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Eat your vegetables

Eat your vegetables
curried potato hash with baby spinach Uh, it's cold. Not sure if anyone's mentioned that yet. Had you noticed? If for some insane reason you insist on going outside, might I suggest that you put on a hat? Then...wrap yourself in a ... White Bean Soup I didn't make this soup today. grits ‘n greens ‘n tomatoes Hello all! homemade tomato juice (and gazpacho) Howdy! summer rolls My deadline for posting summer rolls passed last fall, but the opportunity rolled back around just yesterday. harissa Not being much of a condiment-lover, I usually eat my fries plain, and would opt for a dry sandwich rather than one slathered with mayonnaise. black bean and wild rice soup Soup, to me, is something to be thrown together from odds and ends lurking in the fridge and pantry. coconut tofu with ginger and lemongrass Oh, hi there. ratatouille a.k.a. ratatouille, sort of. detox soup "I wonder what Jen's been up to?" pomegranate-chile tofu roasted butternut squash soup Oh, hi there. lentil stew with spinach and potatoes

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10 Vegan Lunches Discover Yahoo! With Your Friends Learn more close 10 Vegan Lunches You Can Take to Work Vegan Recipes from the Vegan Family Kitchen - pure vegetarian dishes The recipes here are our best, the ones that have remained popular with us over the years, and some new favourites. The pictured cheesecake uses the chocolate mousse recipe from the chocolate page on a biscuit and marg base (though a base of food processed nuts and dried fruits is very good as well). Soups Salads 3 Ultra-Satisfying Vegetarian Fall Soup Recipes Image via: Sneakerdog Every year, when it starts getting cold, I crave soups and stews packed with greens and garlic. To me, it’s the ultimate comfort food: hot, healthy, and vegetarian. I love to experiment with seasonal ingredients like apples and butternut squash, and add in favorites like spinach and hot spices.

Zesty Lime Shrimp and Avocado Salad Zesty lime juice and cilantro are the key ingredients to creating this light and refreshing salad, no heavy mayonnaise to weigh it down. Made with the freshest ingredients; jumbo shrimp, avocados, tomatoes, red onion, cilantro and chopped jalapeño tossed with some freshly squeezed lime juice and a touch of olive oil. This will be a huge hit at your Cinco de Mayo fiesta or summer bash! Serve this as is for an appetizer, or over lettuce o tostadas for a lunch or light meal.

Moroccan Bean Soup This is by far my favorite soup, ever. Well at least at this point in my life. I usually call it Moroccan Lentil soup but since I already posted a Lentil Soup on here I did not want to confuse anyone. Natural Insider Recipes 60 ml coconut oil 30 ml maple syrup 60 gr. raw honey, optional 140 gr. almond flour 4 t.s. himalayan salt 1/4 t.s. baking soda 60 gr. crushed walnuts 40 gr. coconut flakes 50 gr. raisins or other dried fruits Blend the dry ingredients in a bowl – almond flour, salt, soda, walnuts, coconut flakes […] Vegan Recipes - Kake's (Vegan) Cookery Site About This Site When I started this site up, in April 1997, I wrote some stuff about why I was doing it. You can still read the original page at the Wayback Machine. Things have changed since then; these days I don't need to print my recipes out, since I have a laptop and a kitchen table.

Good, Holy Heck Portabella Burgers People. I know you’re busy. I know you’ve got things to do and people relying on you. Hogwash. Mexican Style Sweet Potatoes This recipe and photo were created by contributor Aylin Erman of Glow Kitchen. Learn more about Aylin and this recipe by checking out her accompanying post, and check out her Greatist bio on our About Page! Nothing beats a sweet potato in all its simple baked goodness, but they can get old fast if you don't switch it up. This recipe brings some Mexican flavor to the otherwise, well, sweet, sweet potato and offers an extra oomph that will fill you up and excite your palette. Sweet potatoes has a number of killer health benefits. They're high in vitamins B6 (which can boost cognitive and immune function and may help reduce the risk of heart disease), C (thought to lower risk for some types of cancer and famous for its immune-boosting effects), and D (the famous bone density, immunity, and nervous system booster) .

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