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    Calvados is a brandy made from apples. It heightens the apple flavor. This recipe is heavier on the spice and lighter on the sugar than average. Adapted from Vegan Planet by Robin Robertson. We use dairy butter instead of a vegan product, and changed up the spices. Note that baking temperature and time are specific to our oven, and may need to be adjusted for yours.

    Recipe #519801

    . . . as in "No sesame is good ganoush with Gary Ganoush". My wife has eliminated sesame from her diet (due to allergies), so we came up with this excellent sesame-free baba ganoush recipe. We use pine nuts instead of sesame. We use kala jeera (an Indian spice, a.k.a. Bunium persicum or black cumin) to enhance the nuttiness of the pine nuts. We add a little more flavor with Herbamare (an herbed salt mix from France). Gary Ganoush has a very delicate flavor, so I would only recommend it if your eggplant is absolutely fresh. Make it a day in advance, and put it in the fridge. The nutty flavor really comes out on day two. Serve with crackers or pita bread.

    Recipe #463603

    This is a good quick way to make a strong, but not too strong, cup of spiced chai. This is lighter than the traditional chai where you boil the spices and tea. I make it with the loose spiced chai sold by Whittard of Chelsea. Other brands of pre-blended chai might not be spicy enough for this to work to your taste.

    Recipe #406921

    These are great biscuits that suit my wife's elimination diet (no wheat, yeast, egg, or dairy). It is adapted from the recipe on the back of "1-2-3 Gluten Free Southern Glory Biscuit Mix". I use lime juice and almond milk to make a non-dairy buttermilk alternative. They need to cook longer than the recipe on the biscuit mix box, probably because almond milk is thicker than other dairy-milk-alternatives, and so more liquid is required to make the dough.

    Recipe #253297

    Quinoa and buckwheat together are delicious. This is a frequent dish at my house, and a great alternative to rice.

    Recipe #253287


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