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it vegan, it's tasty, 45 g carb and 14 g protein
Tastes like an oat meal cookie
have on hand
a sweet snack that provides loads of soluble fiber must drink a pint of water with it
I use organic ingredients.
Note on beans:
I use this year's organic dry beans obtained from the farmer.
I don't need to soak or pre cook them.
If you are using last year's beans or commercially bought beans, you'll need to soak them at least and maybe pre cook them.
A baked rice pudding made with brown/wild rice mixture, dried apricots, walnuts and a little white wine.
I used part half and half because I had it in the house ... it would lower the calories if I used just 1% milk.
Tasty winter water based soup. A really good way to eat a lot of kale.
A dense baked pudding seasoned with pumpkin pie spice and topped with hulled hemp seed
Have it for breakfast or dessert.
A Sweet Dumpling squash, stuffed with curried, ground beef, pearl onion and brown/wild rice blend
This is delicious room temp. If you gotta have fancy for company a dollop of organic whipped cream or a drizzle of un whipped puts it in the $15 a serving category... but only if there are candles on the table.
Or eat it for breakfast. and drink a pint of milk
A "water" soup. This is the soup that taught me that I don't have to use stock or bullion for a flavorful soup.
There is something about the kale/potato flavor that stands alone just fine.
You may drizzle with balsamic vinegar and olive oil if you like that's in addition to the fresh ground black pepper
this is so much better than what you can get at a restaurant. for one thing it is bright green
Trader Joe's Green Curry Simmer Sauce gussied up with Thai Eggplant/Fresh Kefir Lime leaves/Galangal/coconut milk
Makes 10 large servings
This soup is a beautiful sunny yellow in the bowl with dark green kale and purple potato chunks, and when I entered all the ingredients in the nutrition tracker... it turned out it was practically perfectly balanced too... with lots of potassium.
Like a baked rice pudding but with quinoa.
Good for breakfast or dessert.
A lovely summer fruit combination. Serve as dessert or breakfast fruit.
I like a bit of Cointreau stirred in as well.
I make this in late summer when the garlic is fresh and local.
I use it cooking and as a condiment.
This makes wonderful rolls which go great with navy bean soup. Or served as soppin' bread.
Also baked as loaf and cubed to use as bread in stuffing
I ate this for lunch with 1c short grain rice and 2 poached pastured eggs and Louisiana Hot Sauce
It didn't need any further salt.
This is good hot or cold. Alone or with Red and Purple. I originally intended to mix R&P with G&Y but they are so pretty separate. They are especially lovely side by side in a bowl with a poached egg on top.
Pounds weren't an option so read the manually entered ingredients list.
the salt is kosher
Eat hot or cold alone or with "Yellow and Green"
When eating cold it is good drizzled with balsamic vinegar.
the onions are Red
the salt is Kosher
A yummy veggie stew to eat hot or cold