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Pinto bean soup

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Vegan Pinto Bean Kale Soup with Fresh Herbs Made at Home Vegan pinto bean kale soup with fresh herbs is a staple in our home. We are in the midst of a new season of life with the presence of coronavirus. We have been home with limited time with the outside world for almost six […]

Apr 26

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Fall In Love With vegan BEETROOT SLIDERS

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Is it hard to fall in love with vegan beet sliders? I don’t think so. In fact, I find vegan beet sliders to be one of the most endearing foods around.  I got the idea to make these vegan burgers from our farm CSA box from Maya’s Farm and picked it up from Ollie Vaugn’s […]

Apr 10

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Probiotic Vinaigrette | Plant-based cooking with Dr. Siri Chand

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Probiotic Vinaigrette is a healthy option for adding bacteria that can benefit gut health via the microbiome. Easy to make and fun to add to cooked veggies.

Feb 1

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Vegan Nori Rolls

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Adapting to a plant-based diet Some foods are slightly more difficult to adapt for plant-based eating however that has not stopped me yet from working on translating foods that I used to enjoy eating! Homemade vegan nori rolls are in my top 5 favorite foods. And when they are homemade, they are much more affordable! […]

Aug 14

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Probiotic Root Vegetable Soup

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Early Food Impressions Beet Soup with sauerkraut or “borscht” is one of my earliest solid food memories (outside of having it relayed to me that I loved chocolate ripple ice cream so much as a 2-year old that I would check the trash bin in the morning for telltale signs of consumption). Making a probiotic […]

Jun 6

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Bitter Greens and Sauerkraut Salad | Cooking with Dr. Siri Chand

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Bitter greens with sauerkraut salad is a staple in our home. When making a new dish, I have found that it is helpful to asses the ingredients that I will be needing in conjunction with the skills that I have. Sometimes, I need to buy a new kitchen gadget (hubby has basically put the ixnay […]

May 13

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Fermentation is amazing. 🌱 About 2-3 years ago when I realized how easy it was to make sauerkraut, we started making small batches to add to our meals. You can ferment virtually any vegetable.*⠀Fresh organic cabbage is sliced thinly, crushed by hand and then put into a container with salt. There are natural lactic acid […]

May 7

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Steamed artichokes with herbs

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Gardens as a Path to Gratitude Have you ever thought about what it takes to make an artichoke? I had not really either until I had one in my garden. Starting with a tiny plant, over time it grew and grew – until now it is a 6×6 full-scale bush. Near the top of the […]

Apr 16

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