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Miso has been a staple in Chinese and Japanese cultures for thousands of years and can be an important part of a healing diet. When purchasing miso, avoid the pasteurized version and spend your money on the live enzyme-rich product, which is also loaded with beneficial microorganisms.
Easy to make, this recipe tastes like french onion soup!
grain-free, naturally sweetened, ready in 30 minutes
adaptation of traditional Thai recipe
These crackers are rich and "buttery"!
There are a lot of ingredients but this is actually quite simple to prepare. Can be served hot or cold & would make a great lunch box meal.
great on burgers or steak
It's hard to eat local in the winter but you can still eat seasonally!
NO canned broth is used!
serve warm or cold
grain + beans = complementary protein. This wasn't particularly tasty--needs playing with. Next time I will toast the quinoa before cooking. Substituting veggie broth for the water could be good.
even our gluten eaters like this recipe!
adapted from American Heart Assn recipe.
try to find a fat free chicken broth that's low in sodium or make your own! this is delicious on a cold day. this is made in the microwave!
very easy to adapt to whatever leftovers you might have. good and filling. great for meatless Mondays.
low fat, lots of fiber