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The recipe below is for a tart and sweet vegan cheesecake that is extremely easy to make and has very few ingredients. Yes, the title says "key lime," but I'll go ahead and fess up that I cheated and used normal limes. You can too. The tartness of the limes, regardless of variety, and the sweetness of the sugar do a good job of blending with the taste of the vegan cream cheese. I've tried many vegan cheesecakes where the flavor of the "cheese" is too strong, but not with this recipe. It's just right.
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Below is a summary of the research done on mortality and disease rates of vegetarians. It does not include cancer rates which can be found on the Cancer, Vegetarianism, and Diet page. In the tables, statistically significant findings are in red type. In order for the rate to be statistically significant, the confidence interval (the numbers in the parentheses) must be either less than or greater than 1.00. If you are not familiar with statistics, click here for a quick explanation of disease rate statistics .
There’s something so wonderfully addictive about Nutella. I’m not sure what it is, really, maybe the aroma of the hazelnuts mixed with the soft texture of the chocolate, and the knowledge that you can spread it on your favorite foods and call it breakfast the way the Europeans do. Clearly, the Europeans are very intelligent when it comes to breakfast. When I saw this recipe for homemade Nutella from Elana’s Pantry , I loved the simplicity of the ingredients that she used. It also, quite honestly, looked good for you!
Directions Blend all ingredients together Secret Recipe Detox Drink will help your body burn fat, lose weight, fight diabetes. Apple Cider Vinegar is full of enzymes and good bacteria. It contains acetic acid which has been shown to lower blood pressure up to 6%.
The following article was written by Liam Cronin. In the name of convenience and good old-fashioned vegan foods, we've put together our favorite recipes that contain easy-to-find ingredients. Raw Zucchini 'Sushi' Rolls You'll be astounded at what can happen when you combine vegetables, a few nuts, and teriyaki sauce. These "sushi" rolls will leave your taste buds wanting for nothing.
I found some kelp noodles at a raw foods store in Chicago recently and thought I’d give them a go since I’m trying to eat more sea veggies these days. And since they are the Whole Food of the Month , I know you are too. The texture of these raw noodles is pretty interesting—they are soft yet wirey and have a bit of a snap to them when you bite them, kinda like cabbage. Mixed with the pad-thai-like sauce and soft, chewy kale “noodles”, I think this could be a new favorite dish. Kelp noodles have an incredibly neutral taste and they are a fantastic source of trace minerals like iodine. Give them a try.
Its funny when many people I know assume I have lots of time to burn, cos I sit and cook so much! Why funny? - you might ask. As long as someone has interest they would find ways and means to do it, is my explanation.
It looks like my smoothies yesterday did the trick. The day turned out to be a beautiful sunny one. Of course I was crazy stressed at work and couldn’t enjoy my normal lunch walk. By the time I got home all I wanted to do was walk my dog, eat some dinner and spend some time alone… with my husband by my side. If I were to give a young woman advice it would be to marry someone you want around when you just want to be alone.
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The following is a guest article written by Alix Radford , of CuteandDelicious.com . When the weather gets cold, I love a rich, creamy bowl of soup. Who doesn't?
Seed and roughly chop the jalapeno. Add it and the garlic cloves to a food processor (or high speed blender) and mince finely. (Alternatively, you could chop them yourselves very finely but it’s just easier at this point to throw them into a food processor.) Add one can of beans to the jalapeno/garlic mixture and pulse to combine. Add cumin and salt and pulse until mixture resembles chunky black bean dip. In a small bowl, mix together the ground flax and water.
Spring is here, which means that here in Atlanta, we are experiencing beautiful 60- and 70-degree weather but with nasty freezing cold mornings still thrown into the mix. Before the heat settles in for good, I decided to get my last fix of a thick, creamy, warm soup—because hot foods will only be making rare appearances on my menu over the next few months. With a quick search, I found several recipes online that use carrots and coconut milk blended into a thick soup, and I decided to give a combination of the recipes a try.
Monday, September 10, 2007 No Knead Bread: so easy a 4-yr old can make it! It’s been almost a year since NY Times unveiled the secret to the revolutionary No-Knead Bread. And while fads come and go, this certainly is a recipe that has transcended the fickleness of foodies.
S imple Roasted potatoes with Cajun spices , the Cajun seasoning gives these great roasted potatoes an extraordinary flavor (you can do it by yourself, the complete recipe is at the end of the article) So these oven roasted potatoes will perfectly accompany your chicken. Preparation time: 20 min – Cooking time: about 1 hour depending on the potatoes. Ingredients list for Roasted Potatoes with Cajun spices 4 persons: 1 3/4 lbs (800 g) potatoes 1 onion 2 tbsp of Cajun spices mix 1/3 cup (8 cl) of vegetable oil Salt and pepper Cooking instructions