EASY VEGAN INSTANT POT RECIPES (Budget-Friendly)

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Budget-Friendly Easy Vegan Instant Pot Recipes: vegan, gluten-free, and easy to make. Recipes are below!

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RECIPES
*Mexican Rice and Beans:
*Peanut Butter Banana Oatmeal:
*Lentil Cabbage Soup:
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  1. I had chronic fatigue and excessive hair loss 🙁 . I went vegan and all my problems were gone! Now I feel extremely happy and energized! Also, my hair is knee length!❤️ I feel like I'm thriving!😌 I believe it's bc of all the rich vitamins in every food!!🥝🍐🥰 new follower here!!!!!

  2. My instant pot has completely replaced canned beans for me. I used to hate using dried beans because it took so long to soak and deal with them. Now I get dry beans and lentils in 25lb bags and haven't bought a can of beans in 6 months. It's saved me so much money, and I know what's in my food because I made it from scratch – I can control the salt content, and no gross can goo to rinse off either!

    My family and partner said I would use it twice and never touch it again, but now it lives on my kitchen counter and I use it at least twice a week. I mostly use it for beans, since you don't HAVE to soak them, so I don't. If you leave the salt out until the end, they still cook well and get tender.

    Because of it I have dahl or Cuban style black beans for breakfast most days. They're in the fridge ready to go, so why not?m

  3. I love the budget friendly cooking shows due to the fact that the cost of living has secretly skyrocketed and salaries for most have plummeted. Eating healthy for a reasonable price is a must. It is amazing what an instant pot can do in the right hands 😀🙏

  4. I finally figured out why I love your recipes so much. Of course they are delicious, but I too hate bell peppers and I now realise you don't use them as much as other chefs!! Love your tips here too Nisha! Your videos are always a pleasure to watch and I almost always learn something new! 🙂

  5. I have a tip about tinned tomatoes. Apparently it is best to buy plum tomatoes and chop them yourself than buy pre chopped as the quality of the tomatoes are better. Makes sense when you think about it that they throw odd bits of chopped tomatoes together x

  6. All of these recipes are right up my tummy’s alley. I’ve decided to go back to eating healthier more consistently and making a big batch of a recipe that can provide many meals would work to keep me on track. The husband would hate every one, but he can make his Kraft dinner and burgers. He’s a big boy.

  7. I save all my veggie scraps in a bag in my freezer. Once a week I make a homemade veggie stock in my instant pot. I add the frozen veggies and any other veggies that need to get used. Then I use that stock in all my recipes for the week. It's free, saved on waste and it's healthier than the store bought stock or bouillon cubes, in my opinion.

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