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    Here's a simple, fresh, delicious and healthy sandwich you might enjoy this summer.

    Recipe #383157

    This is something I ate as a kid, many a Friday evening. Mom would serve it for Shabbat dinner along with some challah from the bakery.

    Recipe #142756

    I found this recipe on another website today, and everyone here liked them so much that I figured I should post it for easy access. This is originally from Gourmet Magazine, July 1990. The recipe calls for the muffins to be sliced in half and served with butter and sliced radish, as a tea sandwich. However, they are tasty with or without radish, so I figured I'd just post it as a muffin recipe and not strictly a tea sandwich. My boyfriend and I ate the sandwiches with some homemade chai tonight, and felt very British. Of course, it would have been more British to eat them at 5PM and not 10, but we silly Americans can never get those things right. Supposedly using mini-muffin tins yields a better tea sandwich, but I used a regular muffin tin and was very satisfied with the result.

    Recipe #142741

    This is a lemonade-based fast prescribed for detoxification and weight loss. I found it when I was looking to detox my body. It was presented to me by a highly regarded holistic nurse, Sandra Duggan, who is one of the co-founders of the Cayce-Reilly School of Massotherapy at the ARE. According to the book she gave me, this is a healthy way to fast because between the lemons and the maple syrup you get all the micronutrients you need to sustain the body. Grade B syrup has higher contents of those macronutrients so use it if you can find it. Also, organic lemons are best. You can leave out the cayenne if you are spice-averse; its role is to help break up toxic deposits within the body. The citrus can do that as well; the cayenne just helps it go faster. It would be well to get a colonic during the time of your fast in order to aid along the detox/weight loss process. I used the fast for 2 days and lost 10 lbs that week (though weight loss was not my goal). Use this fast with spiritual goals in mind and you can achieve great results.

    Recipe #79145

    this recipe was divinely inspired. i threw it together while cooking an impromptu dinner at my house along with two friends. i have been trying to create a delicious spinach or greens dish for a while now, and finally, success!

    Recipe #73708

    i threw this dish together when i wanted to do something extra special with zucchini. i was thinking of the delicious zucchini-feta balls the lady at a moroccan food truck in philly used to have me try with my regular falafel. with the addition of the zatar, the dish is very middle eastern, and the feta grounds and warms everything.

    Recipe #71293

    i developed this recipe when i wanted to find a new way to eat my favorite tuber, the sweet potato. they turned out darn good!

    Recipe #71290

    fast, healthy and delicious. you can't get any better than that.

    Recipe #71033

    this is a healthy and delicious addition to anybody's diet. you can add spices, sugar, fruit, veggies, anything you want. i also use it in recipes, adding it at the end. many indigenous cultures use fresh yogurt, and for good reason.

    Recipe #71032

    ghee is wonderful for baking, frying, even taking straight for ayurvedic medicine. all the good fat is there without the proteinaceous impurities of butter. if you are a vata type like me, eating ghee often is enjoyable and healthful!

    Recipe #71031

    i had a hankering for mom's thanksgiving sweet potatoes, but wanted to make something simple and quick just for me. this is what i dreamed up.

    Recipe #71028

    this is an adaptation of a recipe from a very old edition of "joy of cooking". it was my idea to use the whole sugar cane product and melt it together with the butter. i use chocolate chunks and not chips because you lose some texture when the hot butter/sugar mix melts the chocolate. according to my australian friend (to whom i express mailed these cookies), they are the best chocolate chip cookies in the world :c)

    Recipe #65281

    this is a classic indian masala chai. i would venture to say half a billion people are drinking some version of this every morning. and for good reason -- it is super delicious!

    Recipe #65265

    this is a basic moroccan tea. i was inspired to figure out how to make this when it was served to me by a moroccan friend's mom. i found it so delicious that it spoiled me for plain japanese-style green tea. this tea came in very handy to soothe a recent sore throat.

    Recipe #65264

    This recipe is based roughly on Amadea Morningstar's "Basic Warming Kichadi" from her book on Ayurvedic cooking. I have changed around the herb and spice combination to suit my tastes. You can add any vegetables you like or have in the fridge :c)

    Recipe #63700


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