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    This is a recipe for making perfect brown rice--not too sticky--not too hard--just right. I normally double this batch. Grapeseed oil is fairly inexpensive and can be found at Trader Joe's and many other grocery stores. It can be used for many other things in place of vegetable or olive oil. Great for high heat cooking.

    Recipe #248605

    This is a super easy granola recipe. It isn't overly sweet and is a real crowd-pleaser. It also makes your house smell fabulous for hours after you bake it. I normally add about 2 Tbsp. wheat germ and a tsp. brewers yeast to my dry ingredients - for nutritional value.

    Recipe #472957

    This is an EASY dessert to make. It can be made with fresh or frozen fruit. It can be made in one dish or among a few, small, individual, oven-safe pots.

    Recipe #363164

    A rich and delicious version of eggs benedict - also happens to be vegetarian. You'll love the sauce. TIPS: Lime juice, instead of lemon, adds a little more complexity to the flavor of your sauce. Do not attempt to half the sauce recipe - all of the boiling water is needed to heat the yolks to the appropriate temperature. If you want to make this for two - or one, just freeze the rest of the hollandaise sauce for future use over asparagus, brussel sprouts or broccoli.

    Recipe #291014

    this is my chili recipe. it won the "people's choice" award last year at a superbowl party. it is a little spicy - but not too hot to enjoy. add cooked ground meat if you like, but i like this without. it is also nice to top it with chopped fresh jalapeno peppers. also - i use all organic ingredients. if you live near a trader joe's market, they sell all of these ingredients in organics for less money than the regular items cost at most grocery stores.

    Recipe #277671

    This is an amazing french toast recipe - can be adapted with any other fruit - blueberry, apricot, etc.

    Recipe #285274

    This is an easy and tasty muffin. There is very little refined sugar in the recipe and no dairy. However - they are so good that no one will ever know how healthy they are.

    Recipe #420120

    this is a rich and chocolatey single layer cake. you can mix it and bake it in the same pan. serve it warm - with real whipped cream and fresh raspberries on the side.

    Recipe #302325

    This is a super easy dinner. It's my "go to" meal on busy nights. And it's tasty enough that I often serve it when company comes. It's also versatile. You can add in any vegetable on hand - or completely omit any of the ingredients and it still works well.

    Recipe #495054

    This is a fantastic and quite healthy muffin. I prefer honey in this - though I know many vegans don't eat honey. It's also fine with agave nectar or turbinado sugar. This muffin is also a great base for adding in other healthy stuff. Try sneaking in some grated zucchini, using a ripe avocado in place of all or some of the oil, or pureed carrots with the mashed banana.

    Recipe #488438

    this is quick, easy and sooooooooooo good. you won't be able to keep your paws out of the bowl!

    Recipe #419961

    My friend Leo taught me how to make these great oven pancakes today. They are out of this world!!

    Recipe #410109

    This is the best oatmeal. Just like our great grandmothers used to make. You'll love it. It's great to add in chia seeds at the end - and/or some ground flaxseeds. My kids also like this with berries.

    Recipe #493257

    This is a variation on a Paula Deen recipe. Very good and quite easy - best one I've ever made. You won't find a better sweet potato pie recipe. I bake the sweet potatoes first double wrapped in foil (with a slit cut through the foil and potato) at 350°F for about an hour - then they easily come out of their skins for this pie recipe.

    Recipe #269539

    this is an awesome cookie recipe. took me a while to get it just right. i use a wheat free flour blend - but you can make it with regular flour just as well. they are pretty healthy too. low in sugar - high in fiber. i recommend using raw turbinado sugar - it really enhances the flavor. another tip: i use raw, chunky almond butter in this recipe - and i like to use high quality, 70% dark chocolate and chop it up myself for the cookies. also, unsweetened flake coconut is best - these cookies are sweet enough.

    Recipe #362500

    This is an excellent sauce for pasta, over vegatables or to use as a hollandaise sauce. The brewer's yeast is optional - but it adds a "cheesy" flavor.

    Recipe #469827


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