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In the spirit of Cinco de Mayo, today we’ve got some tasty fiesta-inspired treats – and just because you’re partying Mexican-style doesn’t mean you can’t still eat clean and healthy. Ditch all that heavy cheese and sugary margarita mix for vegan taco dip and homemade mango margaritas.  Read more »

AA -Feb 01, 2013, 7:45PM
"just because you’re partying Mexican-style doesn’t mean you can’t still eat clean and healthy." So real mexican food is dirty and greasy? If you seriously believe this, then don't eat our food and/or appropriate it. It's disrespectful. You guys should really think about what you say before you post it up. Thanks.
Alexandra -May 06, 2012, 8:42PM
Thanks so much for the wonderful recipe! Totally made the margarita tonight and it turned out great :)

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Post image for Cool and Fresh Beet Burgers

Since becoming a vegetarian three years ago, I’ve fallen in love with veggie burgers. With so many possible combinations, it’s always a tasting adventure and fun to seek out new ways to reinvent the burger. Read more »

Rachel Siegel -May 05, 2012, 12:25PM
hola
lovemore -Apr 30, 2012, 2:12AM
oh my golly burger! YUMMMMM looks far too tasty. xxx

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Almonds are cholesterol free and rich in vitamin E, protein, and magnesium. Not only are they great for you, but they are also versatile, and delicious in their many forms. You’ve probably bought almond milk, almond butter, and almond meal at the grocery store many times if you enjoy eating clean, healthy, vegan food. Read more »

Dawn -Dec 28, 2012, 12:45PM
Can you use already roasted and salted almonds for almond butter? I use Whole Foods almonds.
schaefs -Jul 03, 2012, 1:06AM
If you're serious about making almond milk, I would highly recommend investing in an actual almond milk making machine. I found a used one for $50 and it works like a charm. Everything is stainless steel, so I expect it to last quite a while. My first attempt at making almond milk in my vitamix and straining it with cheesecloth was dispiriting and messy. It was not something I looked forward to and it quickly fell out of my routine. I've had the almond milk maker for several months and have made a habit out of using it to make delicious almond milk. It's quick, clean-up is easy and I'm making milk more consistently!

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Post image for Guest Post: No Bake Banana Cream Pie by Tasty Yummies

Hey there, I am Beth from Tasty Yummies!

I am so excited to be a guest contributor here on the Free People blog. I stalk this site daily, so when I got the invite to share some recipes with you guys, I both jumped with joy and jumped at the opportunity. Read more »

Aleana -Aug 03, 2012, 12:59AM
I made this recently and decided to make it again but as an ice cream. I did everything the same except I didn't make a crust, I just mixed the filling with blueberries and put it in a bread pan and then into the freezer it went! this pie filling definitely tastes super yummy with blueberries mixed into it.
Ashlae | oh, ladycakes -Apr 20, 2012, 10:31AM
What a great (and simple) recipe, Beth! I love raw recipes - and especially love raw banana cream pie.

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Post image for Baked Eggs and Mexican Hash

This dish began as a desire to make some baked eggs. I knew I had to add something else to the dish, so I turned to my refrigerator for inspiration. As soon as I peered in, I saw mango, and instantly, sweet potatoes, onion, peppers, and cayenne pepper popped into my head. Read more »

payday loans -Feb 22, 2014, 11:40AM
Fantastic website. Lots of helpful info here. I am sending it to some buddies ans also sharing in delicious. And naturally, thanks to your effort!
michelle -Jul 24, 2012, 9:26PM
Looks yummi.Iam going to make it.Thank you for sharing the recipe.

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Post image for A Black Tie Affair

The other weekend I was lucky enough to get invited to a big charity event going on here at the URBN home offices. More than 20 top chefs from around Philadelphia came together to serve up tastings in support of Achievability, Read more »

Post image for Matzo Ball Soup (With a Twist)

Passover has always been a favorite holiday of mine, and I think that is at least 50% due to matzo ball soup. Every year, for days, my mom would have a pot boiling on the stove – preparing her stock for the matzo ball soup that was to come. The light and fluffy balls mixed with her delicious broth made for the perfect comfort food. Read more »

moniquenicole -May 22, 2012, 3:40AM
matzoball
Nicole (colehaber.com) -Apr 08, 2012, 10:24PM
that looks great. i want to try it! chag sameach!! http://colehaber.com

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Post image for Kitchen Confidential: Vegan White Elf & Chia Seed Salad

This week in kitchen confidential we caught up with one of our many talented 543 chefs as he put together a delightful grilled white elf mushroom and chia seed salad. Sprinkled with quinoa and chia seeds, the dish is packed with vitamins, protein, and anti-oxidants. Read more »

kris -Apr 23, 2012, 4:19PM
Looks so good! Check out our website for the best chia prices around!!
Margaret -Apr 07, 2012, 2:22PM
For more information about chia seeds, and some recipe ideas, check out my website: www.chiativity.org

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Every other Wednesday here at the Navy Yard, a couple of local vendors come down and hold a small farmer’s market for URBN employees. I usually try to stop and peruse the goods, grabbing a couple of tasting samples to see what’s good. This week at the Doe Run table, I tried their Hummingbird cheese, and immediately couldn’t resist. Read more »

louis -Mar 26, 2012, 9:04AM
OMG, The food makes my mouth water!!!
Dana -Mar 25, 2012, 5:54PM
Yum

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Post image for Ice Cream Cone Funfetti Cupcakes

Our resident baker was at it again, whipping up some special treats for our coworker’s birthday. She never fails to bring creative ideas, and this one was no exception. Read more »

fp julia -Mar 19, 2012, 10:24AM
hey julia - so sorry to hear this, i will pass along to our retail team.
stazy -Mar 18, 2012, 9:28PM
Exers

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Post image for Kitchen Confidential: Crab Stuffed Zucchini Flowers

This week’s Kitchen Confidential comes from Adrian, a cook at our 543 cafeteria who hails from Harlem, New York. Adrian grew up with a diverse group of friends and neighbors who all taught him a little something about food. This week he’s making a tempura battered zucchini flower, stuffed with crab and laid over a bed of mixed greens with orange and fennel, all dressed in red wine vinaigrette. Read more »

JennyLane -Mar 11, 2012, 1:09PM
Wheeeee! Keep the recipes comin', please! Yummers.
allison -Mar 11, 2012, 10:58AM
thank you for posting step by step photos and serving suggestions

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Post image for Fresh Vegetable, Sage, and Ricotta Flatbread

I’m something of a pizza fanatic. Blame it on my Italian blood. Pizza is a simple idea, with many variations. I love pizza with adventurous combo’s and gourmet touches. A while back on one of my pizza tastings, I tore a bite out of a slice that had been delicately herbed with sage.  Miraculous! I instantly stored the idea in the back of my brain to pull out in the kitchen later on. Read more »

Jocelyn -Mar 25, 2012, 9:08PM
I tried this recipe and absolutely love it!!! Will be experimenting with other ingredients for sure. & it is surprisingly extramely filling; just one is moooore than enough!
alexis -Mar 05, 2012, 2:35PM
delicious!! i will def try this! i am addicted to making flatbread pizzas out of garlic naan....my favourite right now is topped with goat cheese, arugula, and honey-garlic grilled eggplant.

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