Mexi-Grain Salad



The Vegan Stoner's Mexi-Grain Salad

28 comments:

Zane said...

adore the illustrations and it sure l9ooks yummy

Shutterbug said...

this would be so yummy with some tortilla chips!

the gardener's cottage said...

sounds yummy!

Anonymous said...

Hello--you should make your site searchable or list the recipes on the sidebar so we can find our favorites!

The Vegan Stoner said...

Hi Anonymous, just last week week we enabled the recipe search. Now you can type in the name of any recipe in the gray search bar (top left). Hope this helps.

Mike @TheIronYou said...

Really like this recipe, will try to make it tonight!

Peace
Mike

One Stiletto At A Time said...

This sounds divine!!

http://onestilettoatatime.blogspot.com

Jessica said...

Looks delish, will definitely be trying this one.

Anonymous said...

I squeezed some lime over the top. so good!

Danielle said...

I've only had the Snack book for about a week now and I've already made 6 of the recipes. All of them have been absolutely excellent! I highly recommend purchasing the book. Vegan Stoner ftw.

Kaye said...

Hi, wondered if 2 cups quinoa is what I have before or after cooking it? Thanks~ getting ready to make :)

lucilla said...

Muy bueno! Just made this and it was delicious!

The Vegan Stoner said...

Hi Kaye — We just changed the recipe to be a little more clear. It should be about 2 cups of quinoa after cooking.

Anja said...

Yum! Cant wait to try that;)

Gina said...

We made this last night (w/ just 1c of uncooked quinoa), and it was delicious! Thank you for making healthy, vegan cooking simple and quick!

Jen @ pretty plate said...

Ouww I have to make this!!! What a lovely website.

: ))
Jen

Eric said...

you guys are so wonderful!

-a guy who might've sold you some of those ingredients

Fotorolletje said...

Looks delicious! :)

mean green mom said...

We made this tonight and it was YUMMY! I was thinking it would be good with nuts too, mmmm.

Nikki Kingery said...

Effff yes! I have all the ingredients for this one!

Bethany @modernhomemakers said...

This looks amazing. These are some of the staples we have in our pantry. I am going to modify by using gf soy sauce (tamari). Looking forward to eating it. LOVE your site design!

Andrea Coolbert said...

Completely obsessed with this blog. Made this recipe and brought some to my night class for dinner. So simple and so delicious. Keep the amazingness coming!!

Anonymous said...

This was hella good! Totally recomend trying it

Anonymous said...

Made this for lunch and it was soo good!! I forgot to buy olives, so I replaced the olive juice with lime juice. The flavors worked great!

Anonymous said...

Is it supposed to be served warm or cold?

The Vegan Stoner said...

Hi Anonymous,

We think the recipe works great both warm or cold, depending on the season.

Anonymous said...

Taste awesome and is easy to get creative with!

Anonymous said...

cool

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