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    1 Reviews |  By D Rusak

    I read about this on a website, although there was no name provided and no recipe either. This is from the country of Georgia, whose cuisine is very interesting and diverse, and that I've been much enamoured of lately.

    Recipe #395235

    This is a really refreshing cocktail I just had the other day. Been into some older-style drinks. Now if I could only find St. Germain for a reasonable price....

    Recipe #393193

    Posting this to save it- have not made it yet (but will soon!). From Karina's Kitchen _http://glutenfreegoddess.blogspot.com/2008/03/purple-cabbage-sunbutter-soup.html Looks tasty! I bet you can sub out the sunbutter for peanut butter (I'm going to).

    Recipe #388198

    I was in the latter stages of a cold- the first effort at this soup basically consisted of some spices, water, and a head and a half of garlic. This one is a little more complex, and tasty too- it's definitely got a kick! High in antioxidants, zinc, vit C, and things like allicin.

    Recipe #377876

    Healthy food with the random contents of my fridge. This is good either warm or cold.

    Recipe #374282

    Celeriac (celery root) was on sale at the grocery store. I've always wanted to cook with this, so came up with this recipe using the random things I had in my kitchen. It's cheap and healthy, enjoy!

    Recipe #360332

    A big part of healthy cooking includes the quality of the ingredients you choose. Look for low fat and low sodium items, but above all, look for organic and natural foods. Or, grow your own! This version of fried rice is chock full of nutrients, especially vital minerals.

    Recipe #235636

    What's better than cornbread with chili? Cooking your corn mash IN the chili. A vegan chili as hot as you like it, flavoured with beer. Okay, so I definitely made this up with whatever was left in my fridge, but it's a real winner. I used tofurky sun-dried tomato since that's what I had; I bet soyrizo would be awesome. I sacrificed a bottle of Brooklyn Brown Ale since that's what it takes. Please don't insult your pan (or your mouth) with lousy beer.

    Recipe #234413

    2 Reviews |  By D Rusak

    Vegan Lasagna, or at least dairy-free (depends on whether you use no-cook noodles or not). The "cheese" in this method is more for texture and flavor- I hate a really gooey lasagna.

    Recipe #223033

    2 Reviews |  By D Rusak

    This weekend I am going home to celebrate my mom's birthday. As she has celiac's disease, I wanted to test out my gluten-free recipe before leaving with my coworkers. But then I remembered that one is on a diet, another doesn't eat chocolate, and I'm vegan to boot. So I figured, let's just make a cake that will make everyone happy. Notes: Make sure you have a large beet to shred. Don't worry, you won't taste it. In retrospect I realise that some people could have a soy allergy. Regular milk is easy enough to substitute, or you could just use plain old water. I was using the soymilk to replace a half cup of oil in another recipe. For a thinner batter, reduce the flour by 1/2 cup.

    Recipe #220738

    1 Reviews |  By D Rusak

    I was hungry for a portable Italian snack. I don't eat cheese, so please forgive me. You can put cheese in it if you want. Please use some decent olives for the love of man. If you want to be a real pansy you can bake the pansy-rotti instead of frying it.

    Recipe #189903

    1 Reviews |  By D Rusak

    I had some dumplings at a tasty tea house in West Philly. Sadly, the dumplings were not nearly as good as the tea. I thought I could do better. You could use this as a filling for spring rolls too (definitely include the noodles for this).

    Recipe #189212

    I made this one day when I was running out of food. Surprisingly, it tastes really great! This would probably be good with chicken or chicken substitute as well.

    Recipe #167415


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