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La référence des recettes végétariennes et végétaliennes

La référence des recettes végétariennes et végétaliennes

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Be Your Own Dentist! Here are Tricks to Remove Tartar Buildup at Home Mineral deposit on teeth is known as tartar. As time passes by, the amount of tartar increases and if you don’t take care, it can cause periodontitis. Of course, the best way to remove tartar is paying a visit to your dentist, but another way is to remove tartar at home. Image via: © Fotolia 15 Vegan One-Pot Recipes That Guarantee Easy Cleanup Cooking is fun, but I always have a huge mess of pots and pans to look forward to after I am finished with dinner. The one-pot cooking phenomenon used to pose a problem for vegans everywhere because of the lack of recipes. Now there are vegan one-pot recipes everywhere, so vegans can finally rejoice and bring out their inner lazy cook. If you’re anything like me, the lazy cook in you comes and goes. However when it comes, it’s like a screaming banshee banging on the walls, trying to get out and make your life that much easier. Vegan recipes can get pretty drab and boring when it comes to one-pot meals.

30 Creative Toastie Recipes Indulge your guilty pleasure with recipes dedicated to everyone's favourite moreish snack. Whether you want to assemble a toastie in minutes, or spend half an hour creating a toasted cheese, bacon, egg and maple syrup masterpiece, we've got heaps of ideas for you. 1. Lentil Mushroom Spinach Christmas Roulade Mouthwatering Vegan Recipes This is a recipe (originally created for Xmas & Festive times) designed and created for the more ‘purist’ type of vegan palette – those that don’t like fake meat, for whatever reason. Delicious, moist, with a wonderful texture, aroma and flavour packed into one impressive dish, it makes the perfect Sunday Roast (and much loved by non-vegans too, see comments below) – here it is, with a hint of spice (omit if you wish). Enjoy the exotic flavours, and let me know how it goes for you, as and when, folks ! I suggest serving with my “Exotic Xmas Veggies & Trimmings” ( and “Golden Cheddar’d Potatoes” ( 4 Tbsp olive oil 6 large mushrooms, chopped into small pieces

Guess Which Of These Bananas Is Better For You— Ripe Or Unripe? Did you know that the nutritional properties of those bananas hanging in your kitchen change as they grow riper? As they ripen, they become sweeter. Because there are enzymes in the banana that begin to break down starches, which aren’t generally sweet, into sugar. This also makes the banana easier to digest for your gut.

4 Vegan Drought-Friendly Recipes You Have To Try Our meals matter when it comes to saving water: if we choose a tofu dish over a beef dish, for example, we can save about 1,500 gallons of water per pound. Choosing tea over coffee saves about another 900 gallons of water per pound. There are plenty of easy and smart ways to slash water consumption, but it’s easy to miss hidden water usage in the foods we pick. March 22nd is World Water Day, which makes it the perfect opportunity to up our game when it comes to saving water and whip up some low water-footprint dishes. Luckily, celebrity chef Nathan Lyon was willing to share some of his mouth-watering “drought-friendly” recipes. The “Growing a Greener World” host’s goal is to create recipes that use the least amount of water possible.

How to Make a Perfect Olive Oil-Fried Egg - Bon Appétit You know what’s better than a fried egg? A crispy fried egg. I mean, that’s pretty much inarguable, right? Which is why this past year I started frying mine in olive oil. I noticed a lot of hip restaurants in these put-an-egg-on-it times doing this, and it’s a technique that the Spaniards have embraced for, I’m going to say, centuries. 25 Vegan Snacks For Movie Night, Game Night, Your Summer Barbecue or Any Party Who loves snacks? We love snacks? Why? Because snacks are awesome, that’s why — especially party snacks of any kind. For us, there’s little that comes close to the positive feeling you get from spending time with friends and loved ones while enjoying homemade snacks that are so good you’ll wish you had made an entire batch for yourself … but hey, sharing is caring, right? Right.

Vanilla Chia Seed Pudding Lately, I’ve been getting a bunch of questions about how I make my basic chia seed pudding, spurred on by the many photos of chia goodness that pop up on my Instagram feed (hey, have we met on Instagram yet? If not, let’s–you can find me here). I eat a lot of chia seed pudding. A whole lot. It’s probably my favorite breakfast, and I also tend to make a lot of it at once, which means I frequently enjoy it as a snack, too. My ch-ch-ch-chia tab features all of my favorite recipes, but to be honest, the chia pudding I make most often isn’t any of those.

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