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    Vegetarian, Vegan, Raw Foods, a few with eggs & dairy, most parve.
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    Delicious pudding in minutes, with all natural ingredients! I just started looking into the Raw Food Movement, but I've been trying to avoid highly processed foods for a while now. Standard pudding is on of the worst offenders, where processed foods are concerned. Raw Foodists make pudding using bananas or avocados for base. I've tried both, but I prefer the banana "puddings."

    Recipe #219008

    I'm hoping this is like what is served at one of our favorite restaurants. I found this on the allrecipes site, it was posted by NELLC.

    Recipe #218950

    These stuffed mushrooms caps were a big hit not only among my vegan friends, but among the non-vegetarians. The recipe calls for ground almonds, but you can substitute with the mix of wheat germ and nutritional yeast.

    Recipe #218014

    From Bryanna Grogan. As she states it is her own invention of a gypsy stew [good brown stew]

    Recipe #212784

    Adapted from a blender cookbook. I have a 3hp blender so it makes this wonderfully smooth and velvety.

    Recipe #208845

    Taken directly from Compassion Before Cruelty. Great vegan alternative to the comfort food, mac and cheese.

    Recipe #205443

    It blew my mind how much this tasted like regular sour cream! Yes, it's vegan, pareve, non-dairy and raw... But it's creamy as can be, and you can use it in any recipe that calls for sour cream. My lactose intolerant friend who hadn't eaten sour cream in years was in heaven when I served this to her. It refrigerates well. Try it on black bean soup, burritos, nachos, or tamales. You can also use it to cool down spicy recipes, or put a dab of it on borscht (beet soup).

    Recipe #204512

    This is one of my favorite recipes, full of Mediterranean flavor and high in calcium. It uses pecorino romano, a salty parmesan-like hard cheese made of sheep's milk. I used a goat's milk feta but you can use any type of feta you can find. It calls for lacinato kale (a/k/a dinosaur kale) which is preferable if you can find it - If not, use regular curly-leaf kale. This recipe calls for a tube of pre-made, ready-to-slice polenta which you can find online or at most health food or gourmet food stores and some mainstream groceries. I use the traditional polenta (unflavored) from Food Merchants. If you have the time, you can make polenta from scratch, spread it on a baking sheet in a 1/4" layer while it's still hot, refrigerate it until firm, and use a juice glass to cut small disks out of the polenta. Enjoy!

    Recipe #204257

    'Palya' is a Kannada (a South Indian language) word for a dry side dish made with any vegetable. I am not sure if there are any meat palyas. I was raised a vegetarian, and so I have only seen variants of vegetarian palyas. This particular one is a popular side dish served as part of a traditional Mangalorean Brahmin wedding meal. I altered the original recipe given to me by my mom a little based on other 'palya' recipes found online.

    Recipe #204035

    A Lebanese friend showed me how to make this back in 1996. It's my mother-in-laws favourite salad and I normally make it on request specially for her. I prefer flat leaf fresh parsley (also known as Italian Parsley) as it's better texture but curly leaf is alright. I normally buy the parsley and spring onions from the supper market prepacked bunches so if your measurements are slightly more or less it's alright, it doesn't have to be exact. The bourghul also soaks a lot of the moisture and I like Tabbouli to be moist not dried that's why there is a lot of lemons and olive oil. Like everything we cook it's all about the palate and who we are cooking for so if you choose to put less oil and lemons then it's ok. Salt and black pepper to taste, so feel free to add less but not to much. The secret to good Tabbouli is that everything should be finely chopped. Enjoy

    Recipe #197922

    Disney World has a Polynesian restarant called 'Ohana that is one of our favorite places to eat there. My kids begged me to make 'Ohana Potatoes after we came home from our last trip. It took me a year to find the recipe but I finally did. We usually cut back on the cream and put in more cheese, but any way you make this, it's GREAT!

    Recipe #196614

    This is from the pages of Sunset Magazine. It is usually served at Luas and potlucks in Hawaii. If you love coconut give this a try! Cook time includes chilling time.

    Recipe #196491

    Very, very easy to double for large numbers of people. It can be served with rice or large flat breads for people to tear bits off and scoop up the curry. It can be frozen once cooked and cooled and the vegetables can be subbed 6 chicken breasts if you so desire.

    Recipe #192722

    This is a heathlier version of a chile relleno. This is not a traditional relleno, but it is fast and easy to make in the microwave. Yes, microwave! I got this recipe from a lady that sells chile at the farmers market and I tried and really liked it for a quick chile relleno fix! Hope you like it too. You can use whatever cheese you want and use prepared bread crumbs if you want. I included step by step photos to help make these.

    Recipe #190281

    For roasting peppers, you can follow the oven method (see Peasant'sHearth's Recipe #137169) or stovetop method (see Julesong's Recipe #51522) or substitute commercial bottled roasted peppers (though some of the flavor is lost with the bottled kind). For a lighter version, use half-and-half. Preparation time does NOT include the time for roasting the peppers.

    Recipe #186344

    6 Reviews |  By Bev

    After doing a thorough search for the perfect blueberry sorbet recipe, I discovered this one by Emeril Lagasse. Simple and perfect. I hope you enjoy it! (**Cooking time is approximate cooling and freezing time)

    Recipe #181933

    My mummy always makes the best pizzas with this recipe--topping of your choice. If you put extra cheese around the edges, then roll it up to make the crust. You can get a stuffed-crust which works really well

    Recipe #180117

    Serve with steamed or sauteed vegetables and brown rice

    Recipe #177242

    I am posting this for the Zaar World Tour II. I have not tried this. It is compliments of http://www.food-india.com/recipe/R001_025/R016.htm . Servings are a guess.

    Recipe #172960

    10 Reviews |  By KelBel

    From the Enchanted Broccoli Forest cookbook by Mollie Katzen. Rich and delicious. These are incredible! High in good fats and protein.

    Recipe #160481

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