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    Based on a recipe from Carol Alt's cookbook, The Raw 50. She says in its introduction, ".... As Dr. Gonzalez notes in his foreword, germinated almonds may help protect against cancer. (They supposedly have estrogen blockers.) That is why I eat them and include them in every meal I can." Almond milk is a non-dairy milk made out of almonds; you can find ready-made almond milk in your grocer's natural foods section. I have made this with purchased almond milk; recipe #356213 is a delicious homemade almond milk! :)

    Recipe #340071

    A good friend of ours sent us this recipe preprinted with scrumptious photo on a postcard from his visit to Georgia. Of course, we just had to try it! We served it with recipe #322382 and lemon wedges.

    Recipe #337941

    This is based on a recipe from Lydie Marshall's cookbook, Slow-Cooked Comfort. She says of this recipe, "When I have leftover meat from a stew, I grind it and freeze it.... With ground pork, I make a pork and cabbage lasagna: layers of ground meat and cabbage leaves with a white sauce on top. Because the pork is already cooked, this is a relatively quick dish to prepare." I think this is a good cross between lasagne and cabbage rolls with a very appetizing appearance. This dish can be prepared several hours ahead of time before being placed in the oven.

    Recipe #337858

    Based on a recipe from Carol Alt's cookbook, The Raw 50. She says in the intro to the recipe, "Marinating makes all the difference ... and this recipe is no exception. According to Raw Chef Dan Hoyt, in this spiced squash he created, the more you marinate, the better those veggies can absorb the spices and the tastier they will be. If you want a milder flavor, marinate them for less time." Prep time includes marinating time.

    Recipe #335858

    Based on a recipe from Lydie Marshall's cookbook, Slow-Cooked Comfort. In her intro to the recipe she says, "For most of the year I make a chunky tomato sauce for stews and casseroles with canned tomatoes, with excellent results. In September when the Roma (plum) tomatoes are in season, I make batches and freeze them in 1-pint plastic bags." Prep and cooking times reflect choosing the fresh tomatoes option, which take longer than canned tomatoes.

    Recipe #335847

    Based on a recipe from Lydie Marchall's cookbook, Slow-Cooked Comfort. She says of this recipe, "A well-made white sauce (bechamel in French, besciamella in Italian) is a wonderful binder for many...casseroles.... I flavor the sauce with a small onion and nutmeg. For the best result, I prepare the sauce when I need it."

    Recipe #334376

    This is a great soup based on reader Jodee Rushton's recipe in Dana Carpender's cookbook, 500 Low-Carb Recipes. To me, Dana is the low-carb guru! She quotes Jodee in the recipe's introduction, "...this is satisfying as a quick between-meals snack, not to mention versatile: 'In the summer, pour it into a mug and drink it cold. In the winter, you might microwave it.'" Cooking time doesn't include the 4 hours refrigeration before serving.

    Recipe #334220

    This is a fun dish. Based on a recipe from Paula Boyer Roughny's cookbook, Happiness Is A Kitchen In Maine. She warns, "The vinegar is the ingredient that lifts this dish into the stars. Don't overdo it: two tablespoons, not a drop more."

    Recipe #333027

    This is based on a recipe from Eating Well magazine, Sept/Oct 1995. I think these are great. The intro says, "Last spring, I was asked by the Good Morning America producers to create a menu for people to enjoy while watching the Academy Awards. This recipe was inspired by a scene in the Oscar-nominated film Quiz Show. Now that fall is here, serve these mini-sandwiches during the half-time show on football Sundays, or rent the movie, make full-sized sandwiches and have a relaxing Friday night."

    Recipe #331111

    This non-alcoholic beverage is from The Encyclopedia of Creative Cooking. "Frothy and refreshing"!

    Recipe #330838

    This is based on a recipe from BH&G's Bread Machine Bounty. It's delicious and simple and makes a one pound (or 1 1/2 pounds in parens) pizza dough. Cook time does not include bread machine dough cycle. You may optionally freeze the dough, or half the dough, for later use. To freeze: wrap in plastic wrap and transfer to a freezer bag; seal, label, and freeze for up to 3 months; to thaw, let dough stand at room temperature about 2 1/2 hours or till thawed; you may also thaw overnight in the refrigerator. UPDATE: after reading the first reviewer's comments about the cooking method, I have to confess that while I use this recipe for the dough itself, I've never followed these cooking instructions, nor have I tried to freeze the dough; I've included those instructions because they came with the recipe and I wanted to be thorough in adding this recipe to Zaar. I'm intrigued enough to want to try both cooking methods and freezing the dough and will report back! :)

    Recipe #330617

    Based on a recipe from Favorite Brand Name Low-Carb Magic cookbook. If this isn't 5 stars it's because the cookbook title says "eat good food and lose weight" as opposed to "eat great food and lose weight"! You be the judge! I like it; I did swap out the vegetable oil with sesame oil. For a more attractive presentation, leave tails on the shrimp.

    Recipe #330037

    This recipe comes up annually during Oktoberfest at our house. We love it. It is true German comfort food hunter style! Based on a recipe from Bernard Clayton's Cooking Across America. He says, "If wild rabbits are not at hand, try domestic ones. Either way, delicious, especially when served with potato pancakes, rye bread, and beer." It calls for a 5-quart roaster or flameproof casserole with tight-fitting lid; I use my Dutch oven.

    Recipe #329723

    From Sunset's Cookies, cookbook. My DH thinks these are the greatest! I admit that they do make great gifts. From the intro: "Oversized cookies, often best-sellers at fund-raising events, are easy to make at home. [These...] reach a diameter of about 7 inches -- enough cookie to last all day! For variety, you can use butterscotch-flavored chips instead of chocolate."

    Recipe #328433

    This is based on a recipe from Jenny Ridgwell's book, The Book of Cocktails.

    Recipe #326374

    Based on a recipe from The New Basics Cookbook, authors of The Silver Palate Cookbook. The intro says, "One of those American classics, first created in the Puritan era in Boston. No cooking was allowed on the Sabbath, so they served beans Saturday night for dinner, for Sunday breakfast with codfish cakes and Boston Brown Bread, and again for Sunday lunch." Note: the 4 hour cooking time includes a one hour simmer and a 2 1/2 hour baking during which time occasional stirring is required; it does not include the overnight bean soaking time.

    Recipe #326290

    Based on a recipe from The Western Junior League Cookbook, from the Junior League of Los Angeles, California. I think this is fabulous and looks gorgeous!

    Recipe #323358

    Based on a recipe from Lora Brody's cookbook, Pizza, Focaccia, Flat, and Filled Breads From Your Bread Machine - Perfect Every Time. She says, "Just when you thought things couldn't get better bread-wise, along comes a whole new concept: two layers of rosemary-scented dough surrounding a savory filling of oil-cured olives, sun-dried tomatoes, and cream cheese (or goat cheese if you wish). The cream cheese makes a smooth mild filling while the goat cheese has a more assertive flavor. Think of this as a pizza with hidden filling. "The focaccia dough can be made up to three days ahead, placed in a large plastic bag or in an oiled bowl and covered with plastic wrap, and refrigerated. Alternatively, the cooled baked focaccia can be wrapped in plastic and frozen for three months. Defrost the wrapped focaccia at room temperature, then warm it in a 250°F oven for fifteen minutes."

    Recipe #322511

    This is based on a recipe from Best-Loved Slow Cooker Recipes. A friend of mine's teen-aged son who is really into cooking liked this. Serve with tortilla chips, or pita bread that has been cut into triangles and toasted in preheated 400 degree farenheit oven for 5 minutes or until crisp.

    Recipe #321857

    Based on a recipe from The Western Junior League Cookbook. I just love these!

    Recipe #321476

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