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    Real Food Fundamentals

    Getting as close to real, whole food as possible. Not all of the recipes are 100% natural ingredients so use your judgment if you see something that doesn't jive with the overall philosophy.
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    You can use leftover roast beef or steak in this main dish salad! Adapted from Woman's Day magazine (May, 2005) You may use the dressing posted here, or your own! I like this with balsamic dressing, but I pour the dressing posted here first, then the balsamic on top.

    Recipe #161464

    These are so quick and tasty. You can use strips of boneless chicken breast instead of the beef. Feel free to double the marinade. The flavor is so great for such a short marination time. You can can do them up ahead of time and have the meat sit longer if you wish.

    Recipe #63786

    A favorite of mine - one of mom's recipes!

    Recipe #101809

    Tasty and pretty enough for guests. If you don't have raspberry vinegar use a little more balsamico, which has not as much acid. I use a nutty flavored oil, but I think a fruity olive oil should work, too.

    Recipe #127393

    A very simple preparation for this spring time delicacy --from Dorian's Fish Market in Manhattan. Serve it with some crisp bacon or some capers.

    Recipe #162052

    Based on traditional food preparation techniques. From Eat Fat, Lose Fat by Mary Enig and Sally Fallon

    Recipe #435698

    These bacon-wrapped jalapeno poppers are UNBELIEVABLY good! You'll love them!

    Recipe #105670

    I knocked this up yesterday lunchtime and both myself and OH really enjoyed it.

    Recipe #430522

    Alton Brown's technique for delicate, soft, creamy eggs. Does this man have this down to a science? You bet he does.

    Recipe #107476

    This is a great summer salad. Lovely served with fresh fruit and crusty bread. Easy recipe to double. Use more or less shrimp your preference.

    Recipe #87675

    A delightfully refreshing chilled soup -- this recipe is perfect for a hot summer day, a BBQ or even dinner party. The presentation is simple yet elegant, and the soup itself is so good and easy to prepare. There are other avocado/cucumber soup recipes posted here at Zaar, but this one is different and contains an additional ingredient: shrimp! :) This recipe was adapted from a similar one found in HomeBasics magazine. Also note that "Cook Time" is the time required for proper chilling.

    Recipe #312038

    This baba ganoush recipe is from Williams-Sonoma's Small Plates by Joanne Wier, published 1998

    Recipe #67570

    This is by far the most satisfying and physiologically balanced breakfast smoothie ever. Many people are afraid of raw eggs. Be sure to use the highest quality eggs you can find, local free range are best. Wash the eggs before you crack them.

    Recipe #434934

    This is from Nourishing Traditions by Sally Fallon. I combined the recipes for the dressing into this one.

    Recipe #434941

    Thanks to Charlotte Skiles of Eat in Peace Wellness Consulting

    Recipe #435385

    The aren't really rules when it comes to quiche. Use your imagination as you choose ingredients.

    Recipe #435501

    Thanks to Charlotte Skiles of Eat in Peace Wellness Consulting

    Recipe #435504

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