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    Perfect for parties, these tasty little appetizers are healthy and easy to prepare! Adapted from Jessica Siegel.

    Recipe #306408

    A recipe from Costa Rica Guide, this is delicious! I love heart of palm.

    Recipe #307292

    Adapted from A Taste of Provence by Leslie Forbes.

    Recipe #315826

    This is a great way to transform leftover risotto! Supplì is an Italian dish consisting of a ball of rice (generally in the form of risotto) and meat with tomato sauce bound together with eggs around a piece of mozzarella; the whole device is surrounded by breadcrumbs and then fried. This is a vegetarian version without the sauce. Adapted from Williams and Sonoma Collection: Risotto cookbook.

    Recipe #315886

    This is a low fat snack and is wonderfully delicious. Serve it at parties or when watching your favorite movies. Adapted from The Ultimate Uncheese Cookbook by Jo Stepaniak. Cook time is estimated time to pop popcorn.

    Recipe #320344

    Flaky pastry(refrigerated crescent rolls!) filled with a savory filling for a dramatic main dish that can be prepared in less than an hour! Adapted from Pampered Chef! Easy enough for family and great presentation for company or holidays! For a demonstration on how to make this go to: http://www.recipezaar.com/bb/viewtopic.zsp?t=247514

    Recipe #321915

    This is a beautiful fruit filled bread, and made so easy using refrigerataed French bread dough! Serve it for breakfast, brunch, snack, anytime! Adapted from Pampered Chef's cookbook, "All The Best"!

    Recipe #324082

    Made with refrigerated French bread dough, this is easy and will impress! Adapted from Pampered Chef "All The Best" cookbook. Enjoy! Make this with vegetarian pepperoni for a vegetarian feast!

    Recipe #324444

    Tangy but mild, orange colored cheez that slices well for sandwiches and snacks. It also makes fantastic grilled cheez sandwiches! If you like, shred it with a light touch and sprinkle it over salads or baked potatoes. Adapted from The Ultimate Uncheese Cookbook by Jo Stepaniak! For more info on uncheez, check out Gooda cheez.

    Recipe #324700

    This is a block cheese that has a creamy texture and pretty golden color! Slice it into wedges for a delicious snack or appetizer. For smoked gooda, add a few drops of liquid smoke or a pinch of hickory salt while blending. Add to gravies, stuffed veggies, soups, sauces, sprinkle over potatoes, slice and melt on veggie burgers, mix with hot grains, well, you get the idea! Adapted from the Ultimate Uncheese Cookbook! A little info on block uncheeses: Block cheeses are among the most challenging to convert to dairy free versions. This is largely because homemade uncheeses are comparatively low in fat-specifically saturated fat, which stays hard and solid at room temperature. Saturated fat is what keeps dairy cheeses firm, sliceable, and easy to great. Consequently, uncheese blocks generally are much softer than their dairy counterparts and require a lighter touch and more gentle handling when being sliced or grated. One way around this is to freeze uncheese blocks and grate them when they are partially thawed. However, once fully thawed, the texture and consisntency may be altered a bit, depending on the particular cheez. For this reason, it's a good idea to freeze only the amount you know you will be grating and using shortly. Melting has been a challenge with uncheeses from the outset. This is why so many maufacturers add dairy derived casein to their uncheese products-it improves meltability and achieves the "stretch" that is characteristic of dairy cheese. Fortunately, homemade, dairty free uncheeses will melt, although you might need to nudge them a bit in the process. Covering uncheeses during cooking or baking keeps in heat and moisture and helps promote more even melting. To brown uncheeses after melting, uncover and place under the broiler. Misting with oil will also help to promote better browning and melting. When simmering agar flakes or powder, be sure the agar is dissolved completely before adding the mixture to the food processor. To soften agar, which will help it dissolve, let it soak in the water for 5-10 minutes before bringing to a boil. For richer tasting cheez, use soymilk instead of water and a tbls. or two of milk vegetable oil while blending.

    Recipe #324732

    This is a creamy cheez, delicious on crackers, sandwiches, great as a snack or dessert served with fresh crisp fruit, such as Asian pears. Try it as a pizza topping! Adapted from the Ultimate Uncheese Cookbook by Jo Stepaniak.

    Recipe #324841

    A tempting tempeh vegetarian tuna salad! The powdered kelp helps give this salad a taste of the sea. Adapted from From the Heart of the Harvest Cafe cookbook and also Vegan Vittles, Second Helpings cookbook. Great in sandwiches, rolled up in tortillas or lettuce leaves with sprouts and vegetables, on crackers, etc. A little information on tempeh from Wickpedia: Tempeh, or Tempe in Javanese, is made by a natural culturing and controlled fermentation process that binds soybeans into a cake form. It is especially popular on the island of Java, where it is a staple source of protein. Like tofu, tempeh is made from soybeans, but tempeh is a whole soybean product with different nutritional characteristics and textural qualities. Tempeh's fermentation process and its retention of the whole bean give it a higher content of protein, dietary fiber and vitamins compared to tofu, as well as firmer texture and stronger flavor. Tofu, however, is thought to be more versatile in dishes. Because of its nutritional value, tempeh is used worldwide in vegetarian cuisine; some consider it to be a meat analogue. Even long before people found and realized its rich nutritional value, tempeh was referred to as “Javanese meat.”

    Recipe #325700

    Finger lickin' good! This recipe is simple to prepare and deliciuos to eat! Adapted from Veg For Life!

    Recipe #326740

    A yummy avocado salad with corn and tomatoes wrapped in lettuce! Healthy and delicious! Adapted from Living and Raw Foods.

    Recipe #327398

    A wonderful snack and good to give as gifts too. Great for on the run! Adapted from the California Almond Board.

    Recipe #332688

    I can just picture President Bush sitting in his office, yelling,"Laura, bring me some of that awesome guacamole your staff makes!" Adapted from CDKitchens.

    Recipe #332724

    These potatoes are not quite as crispy like fries but they're better for you because they're baked. The serving size says 4, but I eat all of them at one sitting! Adapted from Ina Garten's book,"Back to Basics"(Barefoot Contessa). Ina likes to cut them into fairly large wedges, but I like them smaller(like french fries) because I love the crispiness and get more of it with smaller wedges! Sweet potatoes are available year-round, but their prime season is really autumn and winter. Choose potatoes that are smooth and unblemished, and use them fairly soon because they don't keep as well as other potatoes.

    Recipe #333618

    A fun recipe for kids to make and eat! Adapted from the book What's Cooking? A Cookbook for Kids by Disney Press. Who says you can't play with your food?

    Recipe #333710

    Roasting the broccoli with garlic and Parmesan gives this dish great flavor. You may cut all the stem off the broccoli but I like to leave a little on. You may also peel the stems, cut them in julienne strips and use them too, if you wish. Adapted from the ABC news program. From Ina Gartens new book Back to Basics(Barefoot Contessa).

    Recipe #333744

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