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Mexican Caviar Salad

My sister said it was time I posted another recipe.  Something that’s quick and easy.  The sort of thing you can whip up on those nights when you haven’t given dinner that much thought.  Last night was one of those … Continue reading

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Cauli fried rice

What was Rafa eating in the last post?  It was my version cauliflower “rice”. If you read these sort of blogs you’ve probably stumbled across cauliflower rice before.  It’s just cauliflower blended until it looks like rice and it is … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving veggies

I know Thanksgiving was a week ago, but I just think of this dish as Thanksgiving veggies because it has become one of our family traditions for this time of year. The hero of this dish is brussels sprouts and … Continue reading

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H = N / C

Health = nutrients / calories. I stole this equation from Dr Fuhrman, but the concept has been around for a while.  The idea is, that for optimal health we should be eating foods that contain the highest micronutrients per calorie. … Continue reading

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Green eggs

Our beets from our veggie box come with their greens still on top.  I had heard that beet greens can be used just like any other collard greens and are apparently even more nutritious than the roots.  Tonight was their … Continue reading

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Souper

My husband travels frequently and gets to meet a lot of interesting people on planes.  He recently returned home from a trip to Spokane (right up the very, very top of the US at the Canadian border) and he’d spent … Continue reading

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Wonderland veggies

Our last veggie box had one of those crossbred veggies in it.    It was a cauliflower.  But orange.  Fit for Alice to be served at the Mad Hatter’s tea party.  The breeders boast that the orange cauli has 25% … Continue reading

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