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    This is such an easy recipe. I don't add any food color to this as I've heard it's not good for the little birds. Do not use honey or other types of sugar, the birds cannot digest them. Also if you have trouble with ants you can now get a little item that has ant repellent in it that doesn't harm the birds. I have one on my hummer feeder.

    Recipe #254206

    I've made this several times and it always turns out good. Make sure you knead the dough for the required 5-7 minutes. I have added dried herbs and onion flakes right into the dough as well.

    Recipe #254063

    I got this recipe from Cooks.com. Personally I think I'd like these meatballs a tad spicier. I used a nut oil instead of canola to fry the onion and garlic. I then used olive oil to fry the meatballs.

    Recipe #279954

    I got this recipe from my friend Bethan in Wales. She's a vegetarian and always attends these wonderful meetings that involve very health conscious people. She often shares things with me and I was delighted when she sent me this little brochure with 3 very interesting Herbal Recipes that were put out by the West Wales Herb Group. I thought I'd share them with everyone on Recipezaar. I haven't made any of these as of yet, but if I do, I'll use agave nectar in it instead of sugar.

    Recipe #303321

    My DH is supplementing his diet with more raw foods and he asked me to make him a carrot cake with icing. I found this recipe on the Raw Chef site and tweaked it a little to suit my tastes. Its really good, and a little goes a long way as holds true with most raw foods. The reason raw food goes further then cooked IMHO is that the enzymes in the food are "alive", and because of this the ability for your body to process and digest them is better. You get the full nutritional benefit from the food when its raw. The satisfactory factor goes up when you eat raw. Please use organic where ever possible. NOTE: I didn't include the soaking time for the dates and the setting up time for the cake and icing in this recipe.

    Recipe #323713

    This recipe comes out of the Hare Krishna cookbook, The Higher Taste. I took a short cut and used organic tomato sauce from a jar instead of making my own. Of course home made is best. I also baked the Kofta balls instead of frying them in butter. I am only including the recipe for the Kofta Balls. I have changed some of the ingredients to suit my tastes. I didn't add any binder to this as the mixture was moist enough without it. Traditionally these Kofta balls are put over spaghetti, but I put them over Quinoa for something a little different.

    Recipe #227533

    I got this recipe from www.chow.com. I needed a vegan icing recipe and this one looks very nice.

    Recipe #290487

    I ran out of powdered sugar today and decided to make my own. Since my DD (darling daughter) bought me a Magic Bullet for Christmas I used that to make the sugar. It was fast and so easy and the clean up was a snap. You can use raw cane sugar or plain white sugar for this. I added the extra 1 tablespoon of sugar in this recipe because Zaar wouldn't let me publish this with only one ingredient.

    Recipe #298040

    I got this recipe from epicurious.com. I've been making this recipe for a few years off and on and never tire of it. I have used different berries in it as well. I have also used frozen berries that I've thawed out. Its such a versatile and delicious recipe.

    Recipe #239956

    My DH spent time over the summer and this past weekend helping out the good folks at Ironwood Farm here in Albuquerque. They were harvesting and gave my DH a ton of produce to take home. Since I had a full bag of paste tomatoes and knew we'd never eat them all I decided to dry them. It took a while to do this but it was worth it as we now have a huge jar of dried tomatoes which will probably last a very long time. You can salt the tomatoes if you want and add the herbs but I left them plain.

    Recipe #325795

    I was looking for something different and tasty for breakfast but didn't want to eat eggs. So I came up with this recipe. It's very filling but not overly spicy. If you like more heat add some hot sauce to it. This would be really good wrapped in a tortilla served with some salsa on the side.

    Recipe #245841

    This is the only knish recipe I've made. It always turns out so great and you can alter the filling to suit your tastes. Today I made the dough with yams instead of white potato. I also added some spinach and mushrooms to the filling. I added some dill and thyme to the filling instead of the parsley. The first 6 ingredients are for the dough.

    Recipe #234377

    This recipe is very tasty and I like that it is gluten free. I have tweaked it and made it my own. I always try to buy Organic as I don't want the chemicals and GMO on my plate, which some corn has. Besides, the food just tastes better. I doubled the recipe and I made my own tortillas and cooked the dry beans in my pressure cooker. But you can buy the canned beans and ready made tortillas. It will save you a lot of time if you do. The sauce that goes with this is called Charred Tomato Sauce. You should make this as it really compliments the dish. I even added some Salas to my sauce to kick the flavour up a notch.

    Recipe #375047

    We're having avocado sandwiches for supper tonight and I wanted a nice bread to go with them, so I made a loaf of Pumpernickel. I didn't have any caraway seeds, so added a handful of sesame and sunflower seeds as well as some oat flakes. I did this when the machine beeped 3 times. This will give the bread more fiber and taste. I made a 2 lb. loaf with a medium crust. and followed the recipe for my Bread man Bread Machine. I've listed the ingredients as I put them into the machine. The estimated time on the bread machine might vary for yours, my bread machine sets the time automatically.

    Recipe #302506

    This easy pie crust is delicious. It makes two 9" crusts. I use it for all my pies.

    Recipe #196863

    I made this delicious pie today. It is so tasty with some vegan gravy on top. I did change some of the ingredients to suit my tastes. I made my Easy Spelt Pie Crust for this and the two complimented each other perfectly. I got the recipe from this site: http://www.nikibone.com/recipe/vegan/vegantourtiere.htm

    Recipe #196897

    This recipe was sent to me by a friend from Wales and she said she got it from the Herb Society. Its very spicy and healthy.

    Recipe #233706

    PLEASE READ THE RECIPE THROUGH TO THE END BEFORE MAKING IT AS THERE ARE SOME THINGS YOU CAN DO AHEAD OF TIME My friend Anita from Canada sent me this recipe. I love how easy this recipe is to make. It is utterly delicious on a cold winter day. If you want to make this a vegan recipe you can substitute the butter for vegan margarine, the cheese for soy or almond cheese and leave out the turkey bacon or use soy bacon.

    Recipe #204263

    I have been in search of a recipe for an alternative whipped topping for some time now. I don't want any chemicals or dairy in it. I came across this today from Vegsource.com. but changed a few things to suit my needs. This is creamy and light and absolutely delicious.

    Recipe #219030

    I replaced my regular toaster oven with a convection toaster oven a few years ago and I have to say it was the best thing I could have done. I have used this toaster oven extensively as it does help keep the kitchen cooler then using the big oven. I didn't have any lemons so used limes instead. I used a 5 pound chicken but a 3 1/2-4 pound chicken can also work here.

    Recipe #257638

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