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Recipes I've Shared:
Grab and go breakfast quiches. Good warm or cold.
Green Matcha Tea is a superfood!
Inspired by a lentil salad at Whole Foods Market
Great as a side dish or a light lunch.
Makes a large pot of soup.
These are vegan, vegetarian, plant-strong, or however you want to label them. But mostly they are easy, quick and delicious!
A great faux tuna salad. Even better than the real thing!
This is a thick and rich, hearty soup. Almost a stew. Very flavorful and satisfying.
This is my conversion chart for weighing whole wheat berries for milling for flour.
From Salad In A Jar: http://bit.ly/fqfw0g I make this all the time and it is great! Wanted to input it so that I could get an accurate calorie count per serving. The next time I make it, I will weigh it out in servings and edit the serving size.
A family favorite snack.
A favorite family snack.
Healthy Bread in 5 Minutes A Day
BR>By Jeff Hertzberg & Zoe Francois http://amzn.to/e5xdcw
Makes enough dough for at least four 1-lb loaves. The recipe is easily doubled or halved. I also use this dough to make focaccia and pizza crusts.
A very healthy and satisfying snack.
This sauce goes with my Homemade Whole Wheat Pizza Crust Recipe. It will cover approx 2-3 pizzas (depending on how much sauce you like on your pizza.
Recipe by Ina Garten, adapted by Sara at Imafoodblog.com
Hearty, Filling and Lowfat
3 1/4 cup prepared batter pancakes = 1 serving
Serve with the MarketPlace Strawberry Spinach Salad
This salad is similar to the one we had in "Morocco" @ Epcot.
from Fix It & Forget It Lightly
variation of Rachael Ray's recipe
This is a beautiful and healthful salad
Recipes I've Rated:
Recipe Collections I've Shared:
|Dips, Dressings, & Sauces
|Plant-Strong Vegan Recipes
|Soups, Chili, Stews
|Bread/Quick Bread Recipes
|Mediterranean & Indian Recipes
|Backyard BBQ & Picnic Recipes
|Miscellaneous Recipes & Tips
|Pasta & Rice Recipes
|5:2 Fast Diet Ideaas
Low Calorie Recipes for Fasting Days | Fast 2 days a Week (500 cals for Women / 600 cals for Men) and eat Normally (2000 cals) the other 5 days a week
|Sauces, Dips, & Spreads