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Cooking vegetarian is easy and healthy. Even if you don’t eat vegetarian all the time, it’s nice to include meatless meals in the mix. We’ve got advice on boosting flavors in vegetarian recipes, whipping up main course salads and hearty entrees, packing vegetarian dishes to-go, and making kid-friendly meatless meals.

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Pies are among America's favorite desserts. With a little practice, you can learn to adapt this basic formula depending on what fruit is in season, and to adjust the amount of sugar and thickeners based on the juiciness of the fruit. Soon, you can say "easy as pie" -- and really mean it!

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Do your French fries come out soggy, limp, and insipid? Try our test kitchen trick for frying them twice which is guaranteed to give you fries with a perfectly crispy, golden brown exterior, and a tender interior.

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These delicate vegetarian meatballs are lighter in texture than standard meatballs, but full of flavor. For best results, form the meatballs and let them sit in the refrigerator overnight -- this helps them firm up and makes them much easier to sear.

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Silken tofu and almond milk give this vegan French toast its creamy, custardy texture. A double dose of bananas makes a sweet start to the day. This recipe works best with day old bread. If using a fresh baguette, let soak in custard for half the time.

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A simple swap is all it takes to reimagine panzanella. This Italian summer salad usually features cubes of day-old rustic bread and tomatoes, tossed with basil leaves and a simple vinaigrette. But slices of ripe, juicy peaches in place of, or in addition to, the tomatoes bring a different (but entirely welcome) sweetness to the mix.

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