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    Sweet and tangy California take on a Mediterranean classic.

    Recipe #514911

    A crisp, tangy take on a southwestern classic.

    Recipe #514905

    A fresh, protein and fiber packed summer salad.

    Recipe #514883

    Sweet and tangy, nutrient rich salad.

    Recipe #514881

    A sweet and citrusy take on a summer staple.

    Recipe #514871

    Recipe #514870

    Spiced tahini cookies that look adorable and taste divine. High Altitude Note: Cut baking soda to 7/8 tsp, add 2 T more tahini and 2 T milk. Bake at 345°F for only 11-13 minutes. Salt Note: If you use unsalted butter add 1/4 tsp salt to the recipe with the flour. Sesame Seed Note: Use hulled seeds.

    Recipe #462777

    A harmony of sweet and savory roasted vegetables decked in a creamy herb dressing is as delicious warm as it is chilled.

    Recipe #462170

    Raw almonds plus water... that's it folks- absolutely no fuss. Best with organic almonds and filtered water, but in a pinch or regular raw almonds and tap water will do. This nut milk is fresh and creamy, and reminds me of ice cold skim milk but with a beautiful almond flavor. To perk it up and make it a real treat, try adding a tablespoon of dark maple syrup and a splash of almond extract to a cold or warm glass of the stuff. Also great in tea and cocoa.

    Recipe #454539

    Serve with a rustic loaf, whole wheat crackers, or a dollop of chevre on top. It's super healthy, easily adapted to vegetarian or vegan diets, and warms you right up on a chilly day. Did I also mention, it's bloody delicious! This recipe yields about 3 quarts. I filled three large yogurt containers and stuck two of them in the freezer and the other in the fridge. It takes a couple days to thaw in the fridge, but it makes a great soup to take to work or school in a small mason jar.

    Recipe #427297

    a healthy, hybrid version of two classics-- adapted from Sugar Plum's <a href="">Peanut Butter-Honey Oatmeal Cookies</a>

    Recipe #425773

    This is a modified energy bar from Mollie Katzen's Protein Bar recipe, found at {}. I try to steer clear from dairy as often as possible and it was tough finding a granola/energy bar recipe that didn't use milk or yogurt. So I kinda took what I liked from this recipe and left what I didn't and added a few other things. It's a really great tasting bar that is egg-free and dairy free (except for the chocolate chips, use carob chips instead or just omit them altogether if you want a truly vegan bar) and packed with nutrition. They're pretty sweet so if you like a less sweet bar use less sugar, choose a less sweet nut butter, and/or substitute dried fruit and chocolate chips for nuts and carob chips. Eat one fresh out of the oven then freeze the rest in freezer zip-bags. Just make sure to defrost or warm them before eating. They're great for breakfast, gym snacks, workday pick-me-ups, and even after-school snacks (I'd bake them in a cookie shape for the latter purpose).

    Recipe #319871

    This is an excellent and simple pasta dish that is just as delightful warm as it is chilled. You can throw in some sautéed leafy greens to up the veggie (i.e. nutrient) content of this dish as well.

    Recipe #319828

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