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Recipes I've Shared:

Yellow Squash Casserole with No Carbs/No Bread

What to do with all the lovely squash your garden grows or your neighbor gives you? Cut ends off, halve and slice into half-circles. Boil a big pot of water, and throw the yellow squash or zuchinni into it. Boil until tender. Drain. Mash it a bit with a potato masher. Mix with other ingredients. Bake for 20 to 30 minutes.

Impossible Zucchini Pie

Everyone loves this! I play with it in lots of ways. Got some frozen spinach, some fresh red peppers, olives, a tomato or two, or a can or mushrooms? Extra cilantro? Chop them up and throw them in! When everyone is giving away their zuchinni, here's what to make. Take this to a POTLUCK!

Vitamix Raw Vegetable Soup

Raw veggies are so excellent! With hot water and boullion, throw all the veggies in whole or halved, and add chicken or cheese, and it's such a treat! Throw in half a bunch of cilantro, with the ends and yellow leaves cut out. YUMMY!


More greens, more grains, more fiber! This is delicious. it takes time to make but lasts for a while as well. I am Lebanese, and this is a variation of the way it is made at home, but with barley instead of bulghur wheat. Find fresh (chopped) or dried MINT and add it as well, please.

Vietnamese Stir-Fry Sauce

Make this up with as much Sriracha Sauce as you can stand! It makes a meal special. Make vegetables and shrimp or chicken pieces, pour on the sauce, and make some RICE too.


This stuff is unbelieveable! And so healthy! And you thought you wouldn't like kale! Nutritional Yeast is such an amazing ingredient.

Chicken Waldorf Salad

Lunch is on! Add a squirt of Schiracha Hot Sauce. Yummy on bread or with lettuce.

Tomato Smoothie from Joy

I've heard of breakfast smoothies, but here's one for now. Add a little Shiracha Hot Red Pepper sauce as well!

Tabbouli with Quinoa

Famous Lebanese salad! But make it with Quinoa. You choose. Chop the parsley and green scallions as much as possible. I cut the scallions lengthwise first. Cut up the tomatoes into tiny chunks. Add a teaspoon of Worchestershire sauce for flavor as well. Use old tabbouli in an omelet!


Let's get things done! Basic food on the stove for the family and for ME. Cook up a pot of brown rice or pasta to go with it!