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    From Susan Albert Wittig's mystery novel, "Indigo Dying".

    Recipe #432497

    From "Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day" by Jeff Hertzberg & Zoe Francois. Makes 3 1-1/2 pound loaves. The recipe is easily doubled or halved.

    Recipe #424342

    From the US Weekend Magazine on Oct.11; have not tried recipe yet.

    Recipe #395308

    From Rachael Ray's Big Orange Book

    Recipe #366544

    Years ago, my husband used to make bread and baked goods for his co-workers. He even won a few cook-offs that they had at work. Here is one of his recipes.

    Recipe #364747

    A nice vegetarian skillet meal. If you can't find vegetarian worchestershire sauce, Bragg's Amino Acids or Soy Sauce can be used.

    Recipe #364673

    Found this on the Betty Crocker website in 2003. Easy to make, tasty, and filling.

    Recipe #364671

    From Vegetarian Times. If you like the top of your lasagna browned, place the warm crockpot in a 400 degree oven for 10 minutes.

    Recipe #353344

    Nice, light version of a torta. Substitute spinach, kale, or beet greens if you can't find (or dislike) Swiss Chard

    Recipe #350103

    Creamy soup; pureed chickpeas replace high-fat cream From Weight Watcher's Versatile Vegetarian

    Recipe #349990

    From Wegman's Menu Magazine. If your store doesn't carry roasted balsamic onions, try a jar of sauteed onions. That would probably work well.

    Recipe #334831

    From Wegman's Menu Magazine; the squash can be purchased already diced at Wegman's

    Recipe #334829

    From "Taste of Home" Thanksgiving 2008 booklet.

    Recipe #332195

    From Taste of Home Thanksgiving booklet, 2008 Haven't tried it, may be a bit heavy on the salt. Posting as published

    Recipe #332191

    Recipe #315147

    From "Vegan with a Vengance". A basic casserole that can be modified with spices, vegan cheese, etc., to make it more flavorful...

    Recipe #315143

    From "Vegan with a Vengance"

    Recipe #315142

    From "Foods Pets Die For" by Anne Martin (originally from People Food for Dogs by Kate Merwick) Note: Cooking for your pet is a great way to provide good quality, safe foods. However, you should consult with your vet and do your research to make sure that your dog is meeting his nutritional needs; amounts and types of foods to be fed vary greatly depending on size, weight, age, and any health issues that your dog has

    Recipe #304442

    From "Foods Pets Die For" by Anne Martin Note: Cooking for your pet is a great way to provide good quality, safe foods. However, you should consult with your vet and do your research to make sure that your dog is meeting his nutritional needs; amounts and types of foods to be fed vary greatly depending on size, weight, age, and any health issues that your dog has.

    Recipe #304441

    From "Foods Pets Die For" by Anne Martin (Originally from Natural Health for Dogs & Cats by Richard Pitcairn) Note: Cooking for your pet is a great way to provide good quality, safe foods. However, you should consult with your vet and do your research to make sure that your dog is meeting his nutritional needs; amounts and types of foods to be fed vary greatly depending on size, weight, age, and any health issues that your dog has

    Recipe #304404

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