Vegan foods are often the only option on a daily basis.

You can go vegan on a regular basis, but you can’t be vegan on every meal.

That’s where vegan cooking comes in.

Here are six vegan dishes you can make with fresh bananas.

I know.

I’m a huge fan of bananas, and I know they’re pretty popular these days.

The good news is they’re not hard to make at all.

They’re simple to prepare, and they’re delicious.

If you want to be able to have delicious vegan meals on a day-to-day basis, you’re going to have to make some vegan food choices.

Here is the list of six vegan recipes you can cook with fresh, raw bananas.

They include a variety of toppings, and you can adjust the ingredients and cooking time to your taste.

These are not just “bananas” and “vegan” in a box, but they’re really good.

They may not be vegan, but their nutrition, flavor and health benefits are worth the effort.

If your favorite banana is not on the list, feel free to make it.

You could easily use a handful of fresh bananas, or you could add them to your own recipe.

Just be sure to check out the list for each ingredient.

I would suggest making these vegan on the weekends, as they make a great main dish or snack, and will help you keep your diet healthy and prevent sugar and refined carbohydrates from dominating your diet.

I love how they taste with my homemade chili sauce and guacamole.

You might even love them with the banana butter and sour cream.

All you need to do is make the sauce and serve them with some guac.

It’s so simple, and it’s delicious!

The ingredients are just a few simple steps: 1.

Wash and peel the bananas.

If they are in the package, just peel them, if they are on the package they will need to be soaked for 15 minutes or more.

2.

Remove the stems and seeds.

3.

Cut the seeds into slices.

If it’s a banana, slice it in half.

4.

Place the slices in a bowl.

5.

Combine the ingredients in a food processor.

6.

Add the shredded bananas and pulse for a few seconds to combine.

Add to a blender.

Blend for a minute or two.

7.

If the bananas are dry, you can use a blender or food processor to combine the remaining ingredients.

Blend on high for a couple of seconds to incorporate the rest of the ingredients.

Add it to the food processor, and blend for a short while until the mixture is smooth.

The mixture should look like this.

If there are large chunks of raw banana, add them and mix for a second or two to incorporate.

If this is too wet, add more water.

8.

Pour into bowls and top with a dollop of sour cream, avocado, and guaico.

Enjoy!

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