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Try a new spin on mac n cheese or "tuna" salad courtesy of Eat Clean with Sarah! Article on salive.com.
Try a new spin on mac n cheese or "tuna" salad courtesy of Eat Clean with Sarah! Article on salive.com.

SAN ANTONIO – Try a new spin on mac n cheese or “tuna” salad courtesy of Eat Clean with Sarah!

Raw cashews replace the milk in this vegan macaroni and cheese. The noodles are gluten-free and the recipe incorporates more vegetables like carrots, chickpeas and tomatoes.

For the “tuna” salad, there’s no tuna involved; instead, Sarah Considine uses chickpeas for the base. Watch the video above to see how to make these recipes.

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- Elder Eats: Miss Chickpea’s Bake Shop

- Fall treats with a vegan twist

- Meatless Mondays with Fat Rabbit Kitchen


About the Authors:

Diana Winters is a San Antonio-area native, Emmy award-winning and GLAAD-nominated journalist and baker who loves the Alamo City. She is the executive producer of SA Live, creator of South Texas PRIDE and co-creator of Texas Eats.

Fiona Gorostiza lights up the airwaves of the Alamo City with her fresh, energetic style, quick wit, and adventurous spirit.