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Spicy, chewy, sweet & sour cold noodles (Jjolmyeon: 쫄면) recipe - Korean jjolmyeon are chewy wheat noodles served chilled in a spicy, sweet and sour sauce with vegetables.

Spicy, chewy, sweet & sour cold noodles (Jjolmyeon: 쫄면) recipe -

The word “jjolymyeon” literally translates to “chewy noodles” and refers to both the kind of noodles and this recipe. When you cook jjolymyeon they should be elastic and soft, but not tough or hard. Every brand of noodles is a bit different so I suggest you first cook the noodles for five minutes and take a sample to taste. If they’re soft and chewy with nothing hard inside, they’re well cooked. If not, cook them 1 or 2 minutes longer. Make Your Own Probiotics: DIY, Super Easy Gut Health. Christina Sarich, ContributorWaking Times On a recent foray to my local health food store to find some powerful probiotics I endured a little sticker shock.

Make Your Own Probiotics: DIY, Super Easy Gut Health

A one month supply of probiotics was going to cost me from $30 to $79 dollars. I care a lot about my health, but spending almost $1000 bucks annually on a single food supplement isn’t going to work for me, especially when I can make my own probiotics, which just happen to be way better, for about $2 a month. You can too. The bacteria in our bodies equals the number of cells we have. If bad bacteria take over our guts, we are likely to develop chronic gut inflammation that can lead to depression, heart disease, joint pain, obesity, more frequent colds and flu, and even neurodegenerative diseases. Lentil-Hemp Vegan Burgers with Coconut Oil - Dr Bronner. If you’ve ever tried making your own veggie burgers from scratch, you know that it’s a bit of an art.

Lentil-Hemp Vegan Burgers with Coconut Oil - Dr Bronner

These vegan burgers, a recipe specially created for us by superfood chef Julie Morris, achieve that magical longed-for combination: a well-formed patty that retains its shape when cooked, thanks to oats and coconut oil; a profound umami mouthfeel imparted by the lentils, flaxseed, miso and hemp; and great flavoring from the generous amounts of onion and garlic used for the mix. Here are the ingredients, plus a step-by-step guide with pictures below!

Lentil-Hemp Vegan Burgers Makes 6 ¾ cup dried green lentils 2 tablespoons Dr. ½ cup red onion, finely diced 3 large cloves garlic, minced 1½ cups zucchini, shredded 1/3 cup ground flaxseed powder 1/3 cup rolled oats 2 tablespoons miso paste ½ cup hemp seeds Sea salt and ground black pepper Step by Step Cooking Guide: Fill a medium pot with 2¼ cups water. Warm 2 tablespoons of Dr. Stir in the garlic, and sauté for 30 seconds. My Top 15 Low Carb/Keto Recipes – Mind Lifting Mouthgasms. 9 Delicious Breadless Sandwich Ideas That Will Make You Drool. A growing number of people have given up bread for a good reason.

9 Delicious Breadless Sandwich Ideas That Will Make You Drool

If you are unable to bake it yourself, then your options to eat a loaf of heathy bread are very limited. The good news is that there are ways to enjoy and even enhance your favorite burgers or wraps without having to worry about finding bread that does not harm your body. You will want to save the ideas suggested below because once you try them, you are going to forget all about your packaged bread obsession-you will simply “retire” it! After tasting these, they just might occupy your plate more often than you have originally planned. Don’t complain we didn’t warn you about it! 1. Downright Delicious Lentil Dahl Recipe. Turkish Lentil Balls (Mercimek Köfte) Recipe. This Roasted Vegetable Lasagna (Vegan) Is The Perfect Entree For The Holidays.

Celebrate the holidays with this nourishing and delicious plant-based roasted veggie lasagna.

This Roasted Vegetable Lasagna (Vegan) Is The Perfect Entree For The Holidays

Credit: Move aside, Tofurky, there’s tastier fare in town. 25 Award-Winning Vegan Recipes for Your Emmys Party. Lead image source: Black Bean, Corn and Red Rice Enchiladas from

25 Award-Winning Vegan Recipes for Your Emmys Party

Will it be “Downton Abbey” or “Game of Thrones” that takes home the Emmy award for Outstanding Drama Series this year? Or now that “Orange is the New Black” falls under the drama category instead of comedy (about time), will that show be the winner? Will “Modern Family” bring home yet another statue even if it’s the last chance for “Parks and Recreation?” Yes, it’s time for the 67th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards on September 20th. Whether you care about who is walking down the red carpet wearing what (or whom), are rooting for your favorite shows and actors or just like to watch the celebrity-filled festivities, it’s always fun to watch awards shows with friends and make a party out of it. The best party food is fun, easy to eat and completely appetizing. IBM's Watson has published a cookbook - Apr. 7, 2015.

Raw and Vegan Coconut Whipped Cream Recipe. Vegan Starbucks Caramel Frappuccino Recipe. Carrot & Ginger Wellness Soup – with coconut & lentils. Posted by Trinity on Dec 28, 2014 in Blog, Gluten-free vegan dishes, Recipes for Conscious Eating, Vegan Soups, Wellness | 1 comment There are a myriad of different things in our modern world that act against our health; and that’s before we even begin to look at healthy eating.

Carrot & Ginger Wellness Soup – with coconut & lentils

For optimal wellness, the least that we need to do is ensure that every mouthful of food we eat nourishes and supports our continued health and well-being. Today I am sharing an deliciously easy recipe – that not only leaves you with a well satiated feeling, but is also jam-packed full of high quality nutritional goodness.

As always, I recommend that you use organic produce to give yourself (and the planet) an extra infusion of goodness.