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    Just because you don't eat meat doesn't mean you can't enjoy a delicious, rich, hearty gravy with your mashed potatoes. This is my own version that I've fine tuned over the years. Be sure to cook the onions and garlic until just before they brown to get as much flavour as possible. Browning them too much can make for a bitter, crunchy gravy and under cooking them will make the gravy bland. Vary the amount of liquid depending on how thick you want it. I prefer Knorr vegetable stock pots, and the Worcester sauce is optional. The measurements are approximate

    Recipe #510650

    This is one of my favorite salads, and it's easy and super, super healthy. Measurements are approximate.

    Recipe #504466

    I have a lot of food allergies so I can't eat most commercially-prepared cereals and granola. This is my own recipe that I've put together to tick all my nutritional boxes while still avoiding everything I can't eat. This could easily be modified to suit any preferences/dietary need. I'm posting this mainly for the nutritional info. Honey should be pure and local, and not one of the fake honeys made mostly of corn syrup. Maple syrup could be used instead. The measurements are approximate as I usually just throw everything together. This is delicious sprinkled on yogurt, or eaten as trail mix.

    Recipe #504465

    This is my own recipe combining several of my favourite ingredients. This can be altered in a variety of ways, including adding different vegetables such as cauliflower or white potato, adding grilled chicken, paneer or a tin or two of chickpeas. This makes a substantial batch, which I usually portion out and freeze.

    Recipe #481246

    Rich, crispy and savoury. My personal favourite way to serve this simple vegetable

    Recipe #478374

    These healthy little muffins have no sugar added. They're a great healthy snack but don't expect a sweet cakey treat. They're a great way to get extra fiber and protein into your diet without too many added calories or carbs. To sweeten them you can add some jam or peanut butter when you eat it. You can also add dried cranberries or other fruit or use sweetned yogurt or 1/4 of honey. Because there's no flour these don't rise that much. The cream of tartar and baking soda can be substituted with 1 tablespoon baking powder.

    Recipe #339400

    This is my own recipe that I've been playing around with. There's quite a bit of soy flour in it, so if you're not a fan of the flavour then cut it in half and add more whole wheat flour. You can use whatever fresh, frozen or dried fruit you like. I'm allergic to corn, so I use cream of tartar and baking soda. If you'd prefer to use baking powder just replace the tartar and soda with 1 Tbsp of baking powder. These are a not-too-sweet, healthy muffin with a slightly nutty flavour from the soy and flax. Don't expect a really sweet, cakey muffin.

    Recipe #337487

    I love bran muffins but I have several allergies that keep my from enjoying anything except home made. This is an adaptation of veggie_mama's High Fiber Low Calorie Bran Muffins. They're really healthy, so if you'll looking for a sweet cake-like muffin this isn't the one for you.

    Recipe #337064

    This is my own recipe. How I fill them is a secret, but I'm sure you can use your imagination to figure out your own way! Because I sell these I'm not giving the secret out. I'm posting this here for the nutritional info.

    Recipe #331006

    This is something I just put together based on other bread recipies I have, and as I write this the dough is still rising, so I can't vouch for it yet. Prep time includes rising time.

    Recipe #322789

    Usually I post things to get the nutritional info, but this one is so worth sharing. My husband says this is the best bread he has tasted. It's another recipe by the fabulous Laura Calder on Food TV Canada's 'French Food at Home.' I made this by hand and it was as easy as homemade bread can be. Any dried herbs can be used for this, and it can also be made without any herbs, but it's not as good. I used McCormick's Herbes de Provence, which is a blend of rosemary, marjoram, thyme, savory, basil, lavender and sage. Makes an excellent accompaniment for any French or Italian dish, or serve it toasted and open faced with butter, slices of fresh tomatoes and your favourite cheese. It's so good.

    Recipe #322222

    This recipe comes from Food TV Canada's 'French Food At Home' with Laura Calder. It is definitely labor intensive, but well worth it! Don't take any short cuts at all.This bread is rich and delicious. Excellent for French toast, bread pudding or with home made jam. Makes 2 loaves.

    Recipe #321739

    This is something I just threw together for dinner tonight. My husband and I both loved it so I wanted to share it.

    Recipe #321216

    I saw this recipe on the Food Network. It looks great, so I thought I'd post it. It's from the show 'French Food at Home' with laura Calder

    Recipe #319018

    This is my own recipe and my husband loves it. I make it in my food processor, but a blender should work fine too.

    Recipe #313679

    This is really rich and really good, which makes it really bad for your diet! If you like perogies then you'll love this recipe. My husband says it reminds him of his favourite perogy filling.

    Recipe #313643

    From Company's Coming 'Muffins and more'. If you like carrot cake you'll love these delicious bran muffins.

    Recipe #313642

    From Company's Coming 'Muffins and More'. These are really moist and delicious.

    Recipe #313640

    This is my own version of Udon soup without the noodles or MSG.

    Recipe #288542

    This is my version of a recipe from my Cuisinart food processor. Needless to say, that's what I use to make this.

    Recipe #230679

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