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MRW I see cis-scum post something I disagree with on the internet (OC) 20 Smart Uses for Leftover Juice Pulp. One of the questions I get asked most about juicing is “What can I do with the juice pulp?” Tons of things! Read on for 20 of my favorite uses for leftover juice pulp—and get inspired to reduce your food waste and make fantastic use of healthful fiber. 1. Blend pulp into a smoothie to add fiber. 2. Add to a soup to thicken and boost fiber and nutrient density. 3. Use fruit pulp to make frozen “pulpsicles” or fruit pulp ice. 4.

*Please note, the moisture content of your juice pulp can vary depending on your juicer, so you may need to squeeze out excess juice for the best results in some of these recipes. YOUR TURN: What’s your favorite way to use juice pulp? Tess Masters is an Australian actor, presenter, voice-over artist, cook, and writer living in Los Angeles. Changing Wheat-Based Dough Recipes to Gluten-Free. Converting traditional wheat-based recipes to gluten-free recipes isn’t difficult, but you do need knowledge of dough structure, familiarity with alternative flours and starches, and practice with the mechanisms, unique issues, and procedures of gluten-free baking. When you’re converting a traditional wheat recipe into a gluten-free recipe, be sure to read the traditional recipe carefully. Make note of the types of flour used and any other possible gluten products or ingredients called for, and list alternatives you can use.

You can make lots of easy changes to a traditional recipe to convert it to a desired gluten-free treat. Here are some important points to keep in mind when converting a traditional wheat batter or dough to a gluten-free batter or dough: Always weigh your flours. Remember that a cup of all-purpose flour weighs 125 grams. You may have to try several times before you successfully convert your favorite recipe into a gluten-free treat.

Gingerbread-Date Cookies Recipe. Chocolate Pumpkin Pie Brownies. Oh dear. Emily’s and my new home is quickly becoming the “hang out after work” place for a lot of our friends. Maybe it has something to do with the fact that they know we will always have food? In any case, this new trend works out great; it means more taste testers! Today, in preparation for whomever might happen to show up tonight after work, I made brownies. Pumpkin brownies. Chocolate pumpkin brownies. Above, topped with melty Vanilla Ice Milk. Sweet pumpkin, rich chocolate, and creamy vanilla. Chocolate Pumpkin Pie Brownies (can be gluten-free!) Inspired by my favorite recipe. Combine dry ingredients, and mix very well. Or, you can make these into healthy Two-Bite Brownies.

If you want these brownies to taste like brownies from a boxed mix, you’ll need to use dutch cocoa processed with alkali as your cocoa powder. Emily and I have been alone in the house with the brownies all day. I need an excuse to explain all these missing brownies… P.S. It’s still one of my favorite breakfasts. Pumpkin Nut Butter. Once upon a time… Dashing Mr. Skippy met beautiful Ms. Libbys. Nine months later, they welcomed the following into the world: If you want more info as to how exactly such a baby came to be, please go ask your parents.

Or you can read all about it in a seriously disturbing book. About the Baby: This baby came about after my pumpkin-spice latte post last week, when people left such super-awesome ideas on how to use up a can of pumpkin. Pumpkin Peanut Butter (Gluten-free!) Inspired by: this recipe 1/3c pureed pumpkin (or canned)1/2 tsp cinnamon1 tbsp plus 1 tsp nut butter (pb, almond, or even coconut butter! Mix all ingredients together, either with a spoon or in a food processor. View Nutrition Info What would be your dream nut butter flavor? Here’s my dream flavor: Chocolate Naughty Girl Butter. Chocolate Peanut Butter Cup Pie. Imagine a pie that tastes like the filling of a Reeses Peanut Butter Cup and you’ll come pretty close to this no-bake chocolate peanut butter pie. Dark chocolate, creamy peanut butter, and a secret healthy ingredient none of your guests will ever notice. Although there’s another recipe for peanut butter pie already on the blog, this time I wanted to create a pie even banana-haters can enjoy.

You will find no banana, no flour, and no soy in today’s recipe. But you will most definitely find chocolate. And peanut butter. If you like Reeses, this peanut butter pie is a must-try! Blend first 5 ingredients until smooth. View Nutrition Facts Link of the Day: Green Curry Noodles. Frozen Yogurt Recipes. These frozen yogurt recipes are full of protein, calcium, and healthy bacteria. This is a great way to replace ice cream, each serving of frozen yogurt contains only half the calories present in an equal portion of ice cream.

You also avoid the stabilizers, emulsifiers, preservatives and “imitation” ingredients contained in the commercial brands. All that to say…you can’t beat homemade frozen yogurt. Many of the frozen yogurt products on the market contain “dead” rather than viable bacteria, thus reducing the health benefits of the dessert. And because regulations for frozen yogurt have not been standardized, even the amount of yogurt present in commercial brands varies a lot. These frozen yogurt recipes are some of my favorites. Also, because the tartness is part of the charm of frozen yogurt, these frozen yogurt recipes call for a minimal amount of sweetener … and whenever possible, natural sweeteners are used…very healthy.

Our Basic Homemade Frozen Yogurt Recipe Banana Frozen Yogurt. Liza Wallis Margulies | Blog. ZUCCHINI NOODLES with QUICK SUNDRIED TOMATO AND BASIL PESTO - NO COOKING! (DOESN'T IT LOOK LIKE PASTA?) I do not like sundried tomatoes and yet I love this sauce. As you can see, Izzy is looking to get a mouthful of this deliciousness. (she didn't, by the way). The beauty of this dish is that there is no cooking. I guarantee you wont miss the pasta. In fact, I find the zucchini far preferable to pasta with this dish because it brings a sweetness and a brightness to a sauce that is otherwise dense and earthy. 10 – 20 Sundried tomatoes ½ cup – 1 cup fresh basil leaves ½ cup parmesan cheese (more, if you love cheese) ¼ cup extra virgin olive oil 20 capers (optional – they add a note of saltiness) 1 – 2 cloves garlic 3 – 4 tablespoons pine nuts (you can substitute almonds or cashews if you like) 5 - 10 olives, either green, or calamata, your choice. 4 - 8 tablespoons heavy cream or milk or half and half or any other white milk–like liquid you desire (this is a new addition...

Pepper to taste PS…. Sallys Baking Addiction Homemade Whole Wheat Pizza Crust Recipe. Follow these easy instructions for creating a soft & chewy whole wheat pizza crust at home. A few step-by-step photos at the BOTTOM. Whole wheat pizza crust has a bad reputation. If done wrong, it’s often tough, dense, and well… flavorless. Nothing at all like fluffy, chewy, soft, and crispy white pizza crust that we all know and love. I spent about 2 weeks testing and retesting to find that perfectly soft, chewy, crispy whole wheat pizza crust recipe. This lip-smackin’ whole wheat pizza crust is one of the best I’ve ever had. Please read the following because knowing the ins and outs before beginning will help you tremendously. Ingredients. All whole wheat pizza dough recipes are different, but they typically all have the same ingredients: whole wheat flour, yeast, water, salt, oil, and some may have sugar.

Sugar. Yeast. Water. Whole Wheat Flour. 100% whole grain, whole wheat flour is what this recipe was tested with. Oil. Salt. Honey. Cornmeal. Freezing Instructions Thawing Instructions. Drunken1 comments on What are some of your best examples of wines that I could buy at almost any wine store right now that would provide clear examples of some tasting aspects of the deductive process, especially some of the less common/harder to identify.

The physiology of taste, by Brillat-Savarin : part34. If I have been read with the attention I wished, all must have seen that I had a double purpose in view. The first was to establish the theoretical basis of Gastronomy, so as to place it among sciences where it should doubtless be. The second was to define gourmandise, and to separate this social character, as free from gluttony and intemperance, with which it is often confounded. This equivoque has been introduced by intolerant moralists, who, deceived by too much zeal, saw excesses where there was only innocent enjoyment. The treasures of creation were not made to be trodden under the feet. It was afterwards propagated by grammarians who defined it as blind men do, and who swore in verba magistri.

It is time that such an error should cease, for now all the world understand each other. About these two cardinal points, it seems that what I have described should satisfy all those who do not refuse conviction. Varieties. L’omelette Du Cure. She believed that every body dined at six P. 1. 2.

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Healthy Ketchup! Here are THREE good reasons you should try homemade ketchup: Reasons: It’s healthier (No high-fructose corn syrup!) Homemade really does taste so much better.With just 4 basic ingredients, it couldn’t be easier to make! Once you try homemade, you’ll never want to buy ketchup again. Healthy Ketchup Loosely inspired by a recipe in Better Homes and Gardens (Can be sugar-free!) 3 cups grape tomatoes (450g)1/4 cup sliced onion (35g)scant 1 tbsp apple cider vinegar (or white vinegar) (12g)1/4 tsp saltsweetener of choice, to taste, or omit for unsweetened ketchup1/8 tsp powdered ginger (omit if desired)optional: pinch garlic powder or minced garlic Preheat oven to 400 F. View Nutrition Facts Ketchup: do you love it or hate it?

When I was little, my mom joked that we should’ve bought stock in Heinz for how much ketchup I ate. Link of the Day: High-Protein French Fries. Fake-Out Mac 'n Cheese! Have been tumbling out of my kitchen the past few days. I've been seduced, yet again, by those fluffy golden curls of pasta. I've already posted quite a few vegan Mac/Cheez recipes, but this time I was craving a classic bowl. I wanted to put that "blue box" Mac to shame.

So this is my fake-out version of what vegans like me may remember to look, feel, taste and sound like. Sounds Like Mac. I actually hadn't heard that sound in a very long time. But really, this recipe is s much better than my "blue box" memories. Inspired Again by a Memory. I guess I'm trying to re-create my childhood (or actually, veganize my childhood) one dish at a time. Fake-Out Mac 'n Cheesemakes 5-6 cups 3 cups fake-out cheese sauce (see below) 6 cups cooked macaroni pasta 2 Tbsp dried parsley flakes 1/4 cup nutritional yeast 1/3 cup sun-dried tomatoes (optional) To prepare: Cook Pasta. Tossing Process: Fake-Out Cheese Sauce Recipe Below Stretch Your Cheese Sauce - 5 useshere. To Make: 1. Samosa Bites. Little by little I will teach myself how to cook other cuisines. I have been craving Indian food, so I thought to start there. Where to begin? I have been following Kathy Gori of The Colors of Indian Cooking on twitter for a while, and she has mastered all kinds of Indian dishes, a perfect place to start.

I love Samosas, decided to seek her expertise, and start there. Look I already had all the Indian spices, a gift from my friend Bobby, and therefore was ready to begin. One thing to remember about cooking Indian is to have everything chopped, in place, and ready to go. Hot peppers. Kathy’s filling was spot on for the amount of heat, spice, and flavor I was seeking. Mini Samosa Bites- Recipe adapted from Kathy’s SamosasOne large baking potato, about 1 pound3 T. olive oil1 tsp. mustard seeds1/2 tsp. cumin seeds1/3 cup onion, minced1-2 green chilies, chopped fine1 tsp. coriander powder1/2 tsp. Scrub and pierce potato. Happy Anniversary Ma and Dad!

Mini Ham and Cheese Quinoa Cups. Mini Ham and Cheese Quinoa Cups are poppable, gluten-free, and packed with protein. The perfect breakfast or snack! I had this whole spiel ready about how real men do, in fact, eat quiche, as demonstrated by Ben who housed nearly a dozen Mini Ham and Cheese Quinoa Cups that resemble wee baby quiche for dinner, but then I remembered that quiche have crust and Mini Ham and Cheese Quinoa Cups do not, so in reality they’re more like mini frittatas and well, all was tragically lost.

Ok, let me explain. First of all, Mini Ham and Cheese Quinoa Cups might be my new favorite thing on the planet. I may or may not have squealed with delight when they came out of the oven. THEY ARE SO CUTE!!!! They’re basically mini frittatas containing eggs, egg whites, cooked quinoa, shredded zucchini, cheddar cheese, and diced ham, but I couldn’t name them Mini Ham and Cheese Frittatas because Ben won’t knowingly eat frittatas. Are you still reading? Plus, they’re so versatile. Mix. Almost too cute to eat! How To Make Homemade Sauerkraut in a Mason Jar Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn.

When life gives you cabbage, you make sauerkraut — and homemade sauerkraut is a world apart from the stuff that comes from the grocery store. It's crunchy and delightfully sour, perfect for topping a round of beer-braised brats or layering into a big sandwich. Don't worry about needing a special crock or making so much that you'll be eating it for months. Today, we're showing you how to make a small batch of sauerkraut in a mason jar — it's just enough kraut to get you hooked! Sauerkraut is often one of the first fermentation projects recommended to curious DIY-ers, and with good reason: it's beyond easy to make, it requires very little special equipment, and the results are dependably delicious.

All you need to do is combine shredded cabbage with some salt and pack it into a container — a crock if you have one and want to make a lot of sauerkraut, but a mason jar will do just fine for small batches. The cabbage releases liquid, creating its own brining solution. What Can Go Wrong? Vegan Protein Bars. Taking on the dairy-free challenge this week? If you're worried about where you'll get your protein if you're used to snacking on Greek yogurt and cheese sticks, here's a dairy-free noshable that'll offer almost 13 grams of protein per 166-calorie bar. They're totally vegan, made with just five ingredients (plus salt and cinnamon for flavor), and you can whip them up in less than 20 minutes. These satisfyingly chewy bars are the perfect snack before or after a workout, but they taste so sweet and cookie-like, your tastebuds will easily call them dessert.

I'm surprised there were any left to photograph — it's amazing how crazy-good these are! If you're not a fan of chocolate, just leave out the drizzle, and you'll save 19 calories per bar. Ingredients 1 cup raw almonds 1/4 teaspoon sea salt 1 teaspoon cinnamon 1 1/2 cups rolled oats 5 ounces plant-based vanilla protein powder (I like Garden of Life Raw or SunWarrior) 1/3 cup maple syrup 1/4 cup dairy-free chocolate chips (optional) Category. Vegan Peanut Butter Brownies. Vanilla Protein Healthy Microwave Popcorn. Sprouting Seeds: Beetroot Seeds. Mediterranean Pizza for One {gluten free} | Yeah...imma eat thatYeah…imma eat that. Spicy Whole Roasted Cauliflower | National - PureWow. No Sugar Oat Drops. Lunch Recipe: Colorful Lentil Salad with Walnuts & Herbs. Make-Ahead Steel Cut Oatmeal & 4 New Oatmeal Recipes. How to Make a Sourdough StarterDon't Waste the Crumbs!

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