I Tried Cooking Restaurant-Quality Vegan Dinners For A Week

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Creamy Farro With Crispy Mushrooms

Brothy Beans

Oyster Mushroom Steak With Chimichurri Sauce and Crispy Smashed Potatoes

Tofu Tikka Masala

Udon Noodles

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  1. Thank you all so much for watching and for you sweet comments! <3 This food was incredible. I just want to note that I misspoke when I said the vegan chicken tikka masala recipe was inspired by Rainbow Plant Life, I mean to say it IS her recipe (I only swapped out the tofu for daring chicken) but no other changes to her recipe were made. All of the recipes are posted in the description if you'd like to try them!

  2. I'm not American so I want to understand why she uses the word 'MY' before everything? My broccoli, My oil, My onions, My beans etc.

    I'm just used to people saying the name of the ingredients instead of using MY before everything. Is it an American thing?

  3. pro-tip on any indian dish with a gravy. that stuff freezes. Make a large batch, pop it in the freezer. And then whenever you want an indian meal, you can just prep your veg+ protein, and then heat up your sauce.

    We could make dinner every night the "right" way but I'm also realistic.

    -from an Indian

  4. I love this! What a fun idea! I would say that with beans, the point of soaking is not just time, but can be to remove any contaminates or indigestible sugars that can cause discomfort. For me, the dry bean soak is the difference between a happy belly and a gassy evening lol!

  5. One thing I have done is get some spices and spice mixes. I just had elevated hummus toast. I sprinkled some za'atar on top and added a slice of vegan cheese and sliced cucumbers. I've seem hummus toast go for like $15 on menus and I made it in like 5 minutes.

  6. These look really good. And the benefit of a life lesson. We just don't take the time for ourselves that we should. This is what indulging should look like. This was a wonderful video, not just for the delicious food but all the rest of it, thank you.

  7. Sameeee on being a lazy cook for myself (also vegan, a pretty competent cook, don't really follow any recipes, watch a lot of cooking videos)! If not for my omni bf that I try to impress/influence all the time, I wouldn't have tried so many wonderful Rainbow Plant Life's recipes! Highly recommend Avant garde vegan (Gaz) for restaurant-quality vegan food + From my bowl (Caitlin) for somewhat less involved but still interesting dishes 🙂

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