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Diagnosing the diets: Health professionals urge caution when kids and teens want to restrict what they eat

Have kids who want to go vegetarian, vegan, even paleo? There are cautions around youth wanting to restrict food groups, say Spokane health professionals. While vegetarian can be healthy if …

UPDATED: Thu., Aug. 23, 2018, 3:59 p.m.

There’s no meat, eggs or dairy – but don’t call them vegan

It’s not vegan, it’s “plant-based.” So will carnivores bite?

No Bones About It: Celebrate the end of summer and garden’s bounty with veggie grilled pizza

Pizza on the grill sounds like a feat, but with the right prep work, it’s fairly easy to pull off.

Ellie Krieger perfects the zucchini noodle salad

Using spiralized zucchini gives this simple but scrumptious salad a dose of fun. While the vegetable is served uncooked, it doesn’t taste raw per se — a sprinkle of salt …

UPDATED: Wed., April 26, 2017, 12:11 p.m.

Powered by plants: Celebrate Asian Pacific American Heritage Month in May with vegan Chinese food

Margaret Albaugh shares vegan versions of favorites from her Chinese-American childhood

Chef Spotlight: Aaron Fish, chef de cuisine, Eat Good Group

7 Questions and a Recipe with Aaron Fish of Eat Good Group

No Bones About It: Lemon-cream sauce is both winter rich and light as spring

Add broccoli, tomatoes, and another spring favorite, arugula, and you’ve got a one-dish meal that’s satisfying in any season.

Moist, rich chocolate cake is also vegan and gluten free

Coconut flour, tofu, soy milk and ground flax seeds are the secret ingredients in this decadent dessert.

Go ahead, rub it in: massaged kale salad

Angela Penneylane of Spokane learned the recipe during a 2014 visit to Farm Sanctuary in Watkins Glen, New York, a 175-acre shelter for more than 500 rescued farm animals.

Recuperate from holidays with ‘elixir of life’

Recuperate from overdoing it during December with smoothies in January.

No bananas today: Make rich and flavorful smoothies without them

It’s tough to be a banana-hating smoothie-lover.

In the Kitchen with Margaret Albaugh: Cooking for vegan kids

Vegans and vegetarians make up a small number of Americans. It’s difficult to pin down an exact percentage; recent polls put figures for both at anywhere from 2 to 10 …

From the archives: A simple side dish in Christmas colors

Christmas side dish even comes in the correct colors: green, red and white.

Homemade goodness: Chocolate-hazelnut spread, fresh from your own kitchen

Making your own at home lets you control the ingredients – and maybe even means more nutty flavor

Paul Lindholdt: Instead of feeling threatened by vegetarians, try practicing tolerance

One day you’re likely to find a vegetarian on your porch; it might be a sibling, daughter, grandson, parent, friend or would-be lover. You might complain the diet is a …

Vegans want ‘fat-free’ U.K. 5-pound bank note

The Bank of England’s new plastic 5-pound note is stronger, cleaner and safer – but apparently not suitable for vegetarians.

Raising a vegan baby: Parents say abuse cases give a bad rap

PHILADELPHIA – There’s a right way and a wrong way to raise a baby on vegan food. Those who get it wrong, parents say, give the responsible ones a bad …

Dinner Together: Belly-warming curry satisfies on crisp autumn nights

The Lentil, Chard and Sweet Potato Curry recipe is vegetarian and gluten-free, and it can be vegan if you use a yogurt alternative or leave it out.

Simple sorbet: Luna chef’s frozen fruit dessert both flavorful, refreshing

This frozen fruit dessert is packed with flavor and refreshment.

Dinner Together: Spiral zucchini ‘noodles’ perfect base for summer salad

Raw zucchini “noodles” make the base for this summer salad.

Farm Sanctuary founder Gene Baur encourages people to eat more plants

Baur will share his food philosophy when he speaks at the third annual Vegfest.

Vegan chocolate mousse decadently easy

Coconut cream makes for a rich dessert.

Dinner Together: Vegan tacos don’t have to be full of beans

Taco night is a great way to feed the family or a crowd without too much fuss. Here’s another filling that will help take your vegan and vegetarian offerings beyond …

Cookbook review: ‘Foolproof Preserving’ shows science behind boiling water canning

Preserve summer’s bounty with tips and recipes with this new canning book from America’s Test Kitchen

Fools’ Gold: Celebrate first of April with elegant yet uncomplicated desserts

While there’s not much to them, fools are as elegant as they are uncomplicated. The richness of cream is balanced by acidity and sweetness of seasonal fruit.

Put celery in the spotlight with this simple Irish soup

Pureed and pale green, this celery soup is perfect for celebrating St. Patrick’s Day, whether or not you’re Irish.

Dinner Together: Chinese take-out staple easy to make at home

Joanne Chang’s version of Hot and Sour Soup uses an extra egg for thickening and is easy to prepare

Green rice packs dishes with color, variety, nutrition

Here’s a delicious way to pack a quick dinner full of vitamins and flavor – try green rice. Green rice (arroz verde) is a traditional Mexican dish, but I had …

Cookbook ‘Teff Love’ puts vegan spin on Ethiopian cuisine

Quick look: Ethiopian food can seem intimidating, especially with long names like ye’tshom kwalima kwas, or white-bean sausage dumplings, and ye’denich be’kaysir atakilt, or tender potatoes with pickled beets and …

‘Complete Vegetarian’ brings fresh ideas

Quick look: Eat fresh this summer and beyond with 700 vegetarian recipes. Of them, 250 are vegan and 500 are gluten free. What’s inside: This comprehensive, 463-page, soft-cover cookbook follows …