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Vegan Yakisoba—Japanese Stir-Fried Noodles

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*Disclosure: This post contains Amazon affiliate links that earn me a small commission, at no additional cost to you.  I only recommend products I personally use and love, or think my readers will find useful. I have been finding some pretty strange things in the trash lately: silverware, cups, a My Little Pony, some magnets […]

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Vegan Japanese Curry Rice + 12 Year Blogiversary

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*Disclosure: This post contains Amazon affiliate links that earn me a small commission, at no additional cost to you.  I only recommend products I personally use and love, or think my readers will find useful. Today is my 12th blogiversary.  It’s hard to believe that I’ve been doing this for that long!  When I started my […]

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Vegan Mapo Nasu (Japanese Eggplant Stir Fry)

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I’ve already extolled the virtues of mapo tofu in the recent past, but did you know that there are variations on mapo tofu?  Although my favorite will always be the classic mapo tofu, the version made with eggplant, called mapo nasu, is seriously delicious!  Eggplant replaces the tofu in this version of the Japanified Chinese […]

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Roasted Root Vegetable Ramen

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January is a cold month in northern Utah.  Looking out my office window right now, seeing the blanket of white on our front lawn, and the icy patches on the road, I am perfectly happy to stay inside where it’s warm and dry.  Can you tell that I don’t love the cold?  One thing I do love […]

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Vegan Mapo Tofu

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A recipe for a Japanified Chinese dish may seem like a strange thing to post right before Christmas, but Christmastime always makes me think of the scene in A Christmas Story where the neighbor’s dogs escape and get into the kitchen on Christmas Day and eat their turkey, so the Parker family has to have […]

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Not Butter Chicken Curry

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We have a deep-rooted love for Indian food in our family.  In fact, it was my last meal when I was in labor with Squirrel before she was born and my last meal the night before Bug was born.  One of our favorites is butter chicken, but since I don’t eat chicken anymore, it’s been […]

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Chickpea Salad Wraps

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Post brought to you by BFree Foods. I recently went out to lunch with a friend and had a delicious chickpea salad (like a chicken salad) and have been craving it ever since.  So when I received a box of goodies from BFree Foods to try out, I decided it was the perfect excuse to […]

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Shiso Goma Shio Onigiri (Shiso and Sesame Salt Rice Balls)

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Onigiri (Japanese rice balls) are a constant on our weekly menus in the Fuji household.  Whether they are for lunch or a snack, we eat them at least once a week.  But if you’ve been reading La Fuji Mama for very long, you already know that!  I am going to start sharing a new onigiri […]

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Red, White & Blue Onigirazu

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¡Hola from Cancún!  We (the Fuji Five!) are in Cancún, México this week for a family vacation.  If you are in the US, I hope you have fun things planned for the 4th of July tomorrow!  I know there will be celebrations at our resort here, so we are all looking forward to that, though hanging out […]

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Instant Pot Red Lentil Dal with Cashew Cream Drizzle

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  I adore lentils.  I grew up eating my Oma’s lentils, so it was only natural that I fell in love with all the other varieties when I was introduced to them.  One of my favorite lentils is red lentils.  I’ve shared a fair number of recipes here on LFM that use red lentils, and I’m […]

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