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These bean cakes are yummy and great for you. Served with the salsa, it makes a very colorful and festive presentation. I serve these with a lite side salad. Plenty of protein and fiber. Even my meat loving hubby loves this meal.Submitted by BCJL13
I was very intimidated by the concept of making homeade gnocchi; but it was very simple and turned out wonderfully! Pair with your sauce of choice, I used a simple sauce of olive oil, garlic, chili peppers, and diced tomatos. Yum!Submitted by SARAGALE
Cabbage is a good source of Vitamins A & c, and fiber. It helps to prevent cancer and is low in calories. Cabbage tastes best and is most nutritious when eaten raw or cooked for a short period of time in a small amount of water.Submitted by JAMBIST
This simple, nutritious soup can be changed to your liking by making your own broth or switching the types of beans. I used green lentils, but red lentils, and garbanzos are great as well. Submitted by BRANUBODY08
Spicy and very filling vegan dish.Submitted by SHELLEYMCK
Submitted by SPARKLING_WATER
Very Filling and Flavorful Alternative to Hash. Good with a bit of turkey bacon and a low sodium V8 for the start of the day. This can, in theory be doubled to make patties. I would suggest using as little broth as you need if doing that.Submitted by THESPY75
My father's grandparents on both sides were from Austria and he grew up with many traditional German and Austrian dishes and a love for cooked cabbage in various forms. This love he passed on to me and I'm delighted to present his sweet and sour red cabbage recipe.Submitted by KFCOOKE
I've never had hummus before so I looked up a bunch of different recipies and started mixing and matching ingrients and tasting as I went and this is what I ended up with! My whole family loves it!Submitted by MEWIEGELE
I quit eating "things with feet" to get my MD off my back about cholesterol and blood pressure...and, because I married a pretty little thing 12 years younger than me. I mean, do the math: I'm older, so, statistically speaking, I should take a croak, before her. Well, I don't WANNA. But, foods like sausage are the paving stones of the road to hell, from a dietary standpoint. And, one of my favorite foods. So, here's a VERY viable substitute. You're going to need cheesecloth and stout string; dental floss will do.
Try this, and play with the spicing to make your own mouth happy. Trust me, it's darn near indistinguishable from traditional sausage. Except that it won't clog your heart.Submitted by TA24JC