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    Want to get more greens into your children? Well this is the perfect cake recipe. Use any leafy green vegetable. This cake is not super-sweet so goes well with various icings. Can be made a mini-loaves or cupcakes. I freeze portions of this for school lunches.Perfect for St Patrick's Day!

    Recipe #502298

    Taro root is a starchy tuber vegetable. It has a hairy outer coating on its surface that is similar to the coating on a coconut. Because of this, when preparing to use a taro root, the root's outer skin must first be removed. This procedure is easy to do. However, some individual's can acquire a skin irritation towards the juices that are secreted by the taro root as its skin is being removed. Therefore, to be on the safe side, when peeling a taro root's skin, use protective rubber gloves. Additionally, because taro root can be toxic in its raw state, always cook it before using.

    Recipe #426104

    From the kitchen of Rose Eliot. Serve with Indian breads or boiled rice.

    Recipe #411292

    From Rose Elliot's kitchen. A kid favourite.

    Recipe #411291

    From the kitchen of Rose Elliot, vegetarian cookery writer. Preparation time includes 40 minutes for cooking the puy lentils. However for those in a hurry, canned green lentils can be used.

    Recipe #411290

    Originally by Allan Campion and Michell Curtis

    Recipe #411174

    Recipe #411173

    Serve with a salad, bread or rice.

    Recipe #411172

    From the kitchen of Rose Elliot, Britain's foremost vegetarian cookery writer.

    Recipe #411171

    This is a variation of the Dorie Greenspan French Yogurt Cake. It is one of the most delicious cakes I have ever made.

    Recipe #392173

    I love pastry and it is excellent when you have vegetables you need to use up.

    Recipe #390994

    A nice easy soup for a quick dinner.

    Recipe #381576

    Recipe #312558

    Adapted from Preserving the Italian Way by Pietro Demaio. Cooking times are guesses.

    Recipe #312480

    Two tablespoons of this supplies your daily requirement of Omega 3 fatty acids and at least 40% of your B12 requirement. From Davis and Melinas Becoming Vegan.

    Recipe #312462

    Adapted from a recipe on ABC Tropical Queensland

    Recipe #312211

    Adapted from the recipe by Lloyd Felsman - Kuranda Rainforest View Restaurant

    Recipe #312210

    Get the freshest fish you can find! 4 kg fish will fill a 2 litre glass jar. Eat on their own with fresh bread with a good glass of white wine, or fillet for a pasta alla Puttanesca.

    Recipe #309375

    The amounts are approximate. Be prepared to add more of everything. They is actually very little preparation to do - it's mostly waiting so don't be put off by the times. The hardest part of the preparation is sterilising the jars.

    Recipe #288127

    A summer delight. Times are a guess.

    Recipe #287462

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