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Deep blue dinner

Indigo is a go in 5 recipes that call on our favorite blue ingredients … including some you’ve probably never heard of. Dive in!

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Creamy Wild Vegan Mushroom Toasts

To celebrate this ocean-focused issue of alive, we’ve whipped up dishes that reflect the sea’s ever-shifting shades of blue. Some of the recipes call on pale blues (like the faint stain on the stem of a blue foot mushroom). Others go bold (think the heavily pigmented butterfly pea flower). And some feature pops of familiar dark blue foods (oh hi, blueberries). No matter how saturated or subtle the dish’s final color, every single one benefits from its blue building blocks. (Promise!)

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Creamy Blue Foot Mushroom Toasts

Creamy Wild Vegan Mushroom Toasts

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Roots and Blues Bisque

Vegan Roots and Blues Bisque

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Blueberry Patch Salad with Curry Cashew Dressing

Blueberry Patch Salad with Curry Cashew Dressing

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Roasted Yam Cakes with Blackberry Ginger Salsa

Roasted Jewel Yam Cakes with Blackberry Salsa

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Butterfly Pea Flower Cheesecake Bites

Pea Flower Cheesecake Bites

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