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Recipes I've Shared:
A deep and passionately rich stew that is high in protein and essential fatty acids (lauric acid). You can add any of your favorite vegetables to this basic stew.
An easy, high-iron organ-meat dish that is surprisingly delicious and light.
This sweet and colorful dish is the perfect way to perk up your plain ground beef. I like to add some fresh spinach at the end: optional.
A warm, flavorful, and easy healthy soup.
These can be made as a loaf of bread or as muffins.
This a a healthy, low-fat protein shake that tastes like summer time!
My love affair with amaranth has no end! This is a sweet, simple, and healthy snack. Enjoy it!
This is a versitile and healthy alternative to oatmeal. A delicious hot cereal guarantee to get you off to the best start possible in the morning!
A healthy protein shake with no junk.
These simple muffins are versitile and are flour-free. You can add pumpkin, cocoa, or nuts to make these cuties your own.
This moist, sweet autumn or winter cake dresses up any holiday table.
A healthy and delicious treat! These make great holiday gifts, if cooked as mini loafs!
The health benefits for chicken livers need no explanation, but oftentimes chicken livers are overcooked or undercooked to an desirable texture. This recipe will help you perfect your liver-cooking technique to produce delicious livers in a satisfying sauce that can be poured over orzo, pasta, potatoes, or just eaten plain.
My favorite squash is Hubbard squash. I like to make this easy and delicious curry and serve it over brown rice or just have it plain.
For the late summer months, this mildly sweet and tart chicken dish is a warm, cozy meal. It's a great way to use your rhubarb!
This low-fat, aromatic chicken dish is slow cooked, mildly sweet, and colorful: perfect for the cool late summer evenings in Seattle.
This recipe is very versitile. I am using spinach here but you can use any vegetable you like. The cabbage is optional: I think that wrapping the meatballs in cabbage helps to keep them soft. I call this "cloaking."
This meatball will be saucy and soft. You can melt cheese on them and enjoy in a sandwich, serve over pasta or mashed potatoes, or just enjoy plain. Also, feel free to substitute any ground meats you like. I like a variety of meats.
A delicious and healthy vegetable condiment that can keep for months! Use as a side with meats, salads, soups, and other dishes.
This is a healthy, high-protein salad that has character. The serving size is for one large salad. It can be shared.
According to Nourishing Traditions, "Kiku is a Persian or Arabic dish that has many variations. It came to Spain during the Moorish invasions where it took the form of the Spanish tortilla or Spanish omlet, with potatoes as a filling."
This dish is a great breakfast, lunch, dinner, or snack food!
This lacto-fermented recipe makes about 2 quarts of fresh Kimchi. Kimchi can be used as a condiment for soups, salads, pastas, etc., or can be eaten by itself for breakfast alongside eggs. This recipe requires whey (preferably homemade). If you can't make whey or can't get it, you can substitute a little extra salt.
This recipe is taken from Sally Fallon's Nourishing Traditions. If you are interested in learning how to make your own whey, yougurts, creams, etc....check her out!
This is a quick and delicious meal with a kick that delivers the sweetness of soft eggplant with a kick of jalapeno (optional). I like to make this in bulk and then freeze it. It's a real staple in my diet.
This recipe is courtesy of Sally Fallon in her book Nourishing Traditions. If you like sweet potato pie, I think you will like this!