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    Herbal Concoctions and Seasonings Too!

    I love using herbs, so I have put together a cookbook with my recipes using them. I have also included recipes using seasonings.
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    This came from CDKitchen and makes a nice gift!

    Recipe #133784

    Adobo is a Caribbean seasoning most often used for meat. This is a homemade version using a pureed mix of fresh onion, garlic, salt, and other seasonings. This recipe is also Spanish inspired.

    Recipe #49991

    Filled with herbs and nuts and grains, this is wonderfully healthy and a pleasure to eat! Africa/Middle East recipe.

    Recipe #172635

    Each apple has it's own personality! Pippins, Gala and Braeburns are favorites. This pairs well with a floral honey vinaigrette. The dressing has been doubled so you can have more for more salad. Adapted from Country Home magazine.

    Recipe #157674

    Avocado is rich in vitamins and proteins that help nourish, repair, and hydrate dull, damaged hair. This was said by the vice president of research and development for Burt's Bees. The oils contain essential fatty acids to strenthen hair and restore shine. This is almost like their Avocado Butter Pre Shampoo Hair Treatment. Enjoy!

    Recipe #369486

    A nice salad adapted from Veggie Ventures. If you have never had hearts of palm, they are very good! The dressing makes more than enough to feed 4.

    Recipe #236961

    This is a basic syrup that can be used to make drinks, granitas, baked goods, etc. I like to pour a little in a glass and add club soda and ice! I found this in Southern Living magazine..

    Recipe #368763

    From Stop and Eat the Flowers by Rachel Sanfordlyn Shreckengast, this is a nice tea to relax with. The common name, Bee Balm, comes from the folk use of the flowers, pounded into a poultice, to ease the pain of bee stings. Bee balm is a member of the mint family, and is also called Bergamot. Bee balm's alternate name "Oswego Tea" was bestowed upon it by pioneer botanist John Bartram (1699-1777) who observed Oswego Indians using it for tea. As a tea, the odor & flavor is a mix of citrus & mint, well worth harvesting from one's garden for this purpose. He sent the seeds to England, where it is cultivated commercially. Bee balm grows in many areas of the United States, including New England, Mid Atlantic, Mid West, Southwest, and the West. Also England.

    Recipe #126171

    I was asked for a recipe for beef style seasoning and found this yummy version. This recipe comes from the Vegan Recipe Box.

    Recipe #486189

    Recipe #513587

    And you thought pansies were just to look at! This is so good over vanilla ice cream, cake, pancakes, even oatmeal! Adapted from David Feys, co-chef, Sookie Harbour House, Sookie, British Columbia.I wasn't able to say pansy flowers, so added it in parentesis.

    Recipe #370080

    Streaks and flecks of color mark this delectable butter. From Deborah Madison's cookbook, Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone.

    Recipe #428487

    This is a classic. Good all around seasoning!

    Recipe #32313

    From the cookbook Vegetables From Amaranth to Zucchini by Elizabeth Schneider.

    Recipe #64236

    Easy, classically Mediterranean, this zucchini emerges from the broiler with a still somewhat firm texture, coated with a lemony glaze and flavored with sweet herbs. This is also good grilled over the coals in good weather. Try cutting this on the diagonal to make elongated oval slices, good for both broiling and grilling techniques. This recipe is from Moosewood Low Fat Favorites!

    Recipe #47755

    All the fresh taste of California! You may use Wehani rice in this recipe, which is a hybrid grown in California. When cooked it turns a deep russet color. The flavors here are earthy and complex. Adapted from The New Basics Cookbook, a great find!.

    Recipe #136999

    Peppermint tea helps indigestion, head colds, headaches, appetite loss, bronchitis, and fever and gall bladder problems. It can be used as a blood and liver tonic. Lemon balm will perk you up in the morning, help bloating, gas, mood disorders, bronchial inflammation, high blood pressure, mild vomiting, toothache, earache and headaches, has anti-bacterial and anti-viral properties. Lemon balm is said to be good for depression and helps relieve cramps. Great to package and give as gifts too! Recipe originated from Europe-England, France, etc.

    Recipe #190700

    Serve these delicious biscuits warm from the oven. The herb and vegetable flavor is a delightful change of pace!

    Recipe #46016

    I spent some time in Guatemala many years ago and we had a lovely vegetarian dinner at a local woman's house on New Year's Eve. Oh, it was so good! There were these tamales with raisins and we were served a tea that tasted of apples and chamomile. Here is my attempt to duplicate that recipe! I wish I could remember more about the tamales.......Outside, the local folk were shooting off sticks of dynamite (for lack of fireworks), but we didn't care, we were in foodie vegetarian heaven!

    Recipe #348910

    This is a great tea to drink after dinner, before bedtime. Chamomile tea has soothing, calming and relaxing properties. It helps digestion, coughs, colds, poor skin, and is used as a liver tonic. Adapted from Herbal Teas.

    Recipe #190742

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