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    Delicious, nutritious, simple and light! Great for vegans and vegetarians who are looking for something a little different in the salad department. I buy a small bag of carrots and shred them myself using a food processor for the freshest taste, but you could try using pre-shredded carrots too.

    Recipe #477599

    This is a slight variation of the lentil soup my father has made ever since I can remember. He is from Lebanon and one of the best cooks I know. My version is a combination of his and the red lentil soup served at a Lebanese restaurant in Chicago, the chef of which was kind enough to share his secrets with me. It is healthy, hearty, delicious and easy to make.

    Recipe #343831

    Adapted from a Cooking Light recipe I found years ago. This is QUICK, HEARTY and DELICIOUS, which is great considering it can be made in less than 30 minutes, simmer time included. Pretty much Involves peeling some garlic and opening cans, but of course, you can use fresh tomatoes and pre-soaked beans if you want. The hominy adds a great texture, as does the TVP if you choose to include it. Like most chili it tastes even better the next day and freezes well. Serve with sour cream and sprinkle with a good sharp shredded cheddar.

    Recipe #246803


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