After reading Barbara Kingsolver's "Animal, Vegetable, Miracle," I began thinking more about how far my food (and all its ingredients!) had traveled to get to me. I worked out this energy-bar-like recipe as a way to use up the home-grown pecans that my folks in Texas keep mailing me (I'm not complaining!). It has the added benefit of being made with few ingredients, which can be substituted for locally-grown things, or things which are currently in season. I use things native to my home state of California-- feel free to adjust and play with some of your own local flavors! Added bonus-- no flour or dairy!
I created this recipe to take advantage of the bounty of early March farmers markets here in California. The word 'jurassic' comes from the antique and heirloom quality of the main ingredients-- Romanesco cauliflower, dinosaur (Lacinato) kale, and spelt (antique wheat grain). Plus the pointy, pale green Romanesco cauliflower gives this quiche an otherworldly appearance!
This recipe is meat-free, cheese-free, healthy, and low in fat (well, except for the eggs).
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