Chronological Recipe Index

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Quinoa Pilaf

A super QUICK and tasty QUINOA side dish Ingredients 1 Cup quinoa (mixed: yellow, black, red) 1 3/4 Cup vegetable broth (if homemade, add 1/4 tsp salt) 1/2 red onion (minced) 1 carrot (shredded) 1 celery stick (diced) 1/4 Teaspoon coriander seeds (ground) 1/4 Teaspoon...

Quinoa Souffl

?Ingredients: 1 Cup quinoa 1/2 Teaspoon sea salt 1/2 Teaspoon dry mustard powder 2 Tablespoon flour (I use brown rice, but you can use any ) 2 Tablespoon butter or coconut oil 6 eggs 3/4 Cup asiago* (or other sharp flavourful cheese) Notes: * If you don't eat dairy,...

Quick Quinoa Tabouli

A refreshing and satisfying summer salad. This is a great way to make ?a high protein, ?high fiber meal out of a traditional cracked wheat (bulgar) version of this Middle Eastern dish. Ingredients: 1 Cup quinoa 2 Cup water 1/3 Cup olive oil 1/2 Cup fresh lemon juice 1...

Mexican Chocolate Chia (Salvia hispanica) Pudding

Use these nutrient dense ancient seeds to make a super simple dessert *Chia seeds (Salvia hispanica) are the ultimate power food tiny wholefood of the legendary marathon running Tarahumara Indians of copper canyon in Mexico. super high in omega 3 fatty acids (great...

Grilled Caesar Salad

This is a great twist for a savoury appetizer perfect for barbeque season Ingredients 2 whole romaine hearts (cut in half (keeping ends on!) and washed) 4 Tablespoon olive oil 1/2 Cup caesar salad dressing Notes Try the Citrusy salad dressing-- it's vegan (no eggs,...

Arame Kale Avocado Salad with Sesame Vinaigrette

Ingredients 1 Bunch kale (I like dinosaur, but any variety works) 1/2 Cup arame (dried seaweed - loose ) 1 avocado 2/3 Cup olive oil 1/4 Cup rice vinegar 1 Tablespoon tamari 1 Tablespoon grainy mustard 2 Clove garlic 1/4 Cup cilantro (optional) 1/4 Cup chives or green...

Hot and Sour Soup

This is a great "warming the insides", immune-boosting soup. Hot spices, chilies (cayenne works too) are excellent for the respiratory system. They help relieve the congestion associated with colds and flus. They also encourage the brain to release endorphins. The...

Asian Vegetable Stock

This stock features many nutritious herbs and ingredients that are anti-inflammatory, immune supportive and carminitive (aid digestion). This is the perfect base for a deliciously warming vegetarian Hot and Sour Soup Ingredients 12 Cup water 1 garlic bulb (skins...

Potato Broth

This is the simplest, easiest broth around! Great for Carrot Ginger Soup Ingredients 6 potatoes (chopped) 12 Cup water (boiling) 2 bay leaves Notes ?Excellent base /broth for Carrot Ginger Soup! Instructions Boil potatoes until tender The broth will reduce as it cooks...

Carrot Ginger Soup

Snowshoe Hare Carrot Soup from Mt. Assiniboine Lodge Ingredients 2 Tablespoon coconut oil 2 Cup onions (finely chopped) 12 carrots ( 2lbs peeled and chopped) 6 Cup broth (potato broth ) 1/2 Cup concentrated frozen orange juice (or 3 fresh oranges, squeezed) 4...

Amaranth Breakfast Porridge

Ingredients 1 Cup Amaranth 3 Cups Water 1 Pinch Cinnamon or Cardamom 1/4 Cup Almond Milk Instructions Cook for 15-20 minutes until the amaranth is chewy, but not gummy. Add spices and milk to taste and texture you like. You now have lots of options to spice things up...

Tamarind Sauce

This is a tart and tangy, sweet and savoury sauce - see below for ideas! Ingredients 1/2 Cup vegetable stock (or water) 1/2 Teaspoon tamarind (concentrate) 1 Teaspoon miso 1/4 Cup coconut (toasted) 1 Tablespoon ginger (peeled, chopped) 1 Tablespoon green onion...

Miang Kham – Lettuce Wraps

Miang Kum, the spicy Thai little bites that consist of butter lettuce leaves (or betel leaves, in Thailand) wrapped around bite sized morsels of powerful flavour savoury sweet , salty , sour and FRESH all in one punchy bite! Ingredients 1/2 Cup smoked tofu (or dried...

Miso Sauce for Roasted Eggplant

Nasu no Dengaku Ingredients 1/4 Cup miso 1/4 Cup tahini (sesame seed paste!) 1/4 Cup konbu dashi (*konbu broth-see link below) 2 Tablespoon mirin 2 Teaspoon (Metric) tamari (or soy sauce, braggs aminos) 2 Teaspoon rice wine vinegar 1 Teaspoon maple syrup Instructions...

Konbu Dashi

Seaweed broth- for miso soup and more! Ingredients 1 konbu (1 stick- about 4 inches long) 4 Cup water Notes ?HEALTH NOTE: Kombu is a high protein sea vegetable! Contains iodine, carotenes, B, C, D, vitamins, calcium, magnesium, potassium, silica, iron and zinc It...

Dukkha Spice Mix

Dukkha- Anti-inlfammatory Spice Mix Dukkah is a delicious Egyptian sesame seed and spice mixture. Its crunchy texture works well as a plant based high protein topping for salads, steamed and adds a dimension of flavor to steamed vegetables, especially greens. Hints of...

Earl Grey Caramel Sauce (Dairy-Free)

This is a dairy free version-- can also substitute agave or maple syrup for the brown sugar Ingredients 1/2 Cup coconut oil 1/2 Cup brown sugar (can substitute agave) 1/2 Cup coconut milk (infused with earl grey tea**) 1 Teaspoon vanilla Notes To make earl grey...

Crunchy Brown Rice Almond Bars

This is a great alternative to regular rice crispy squares with marshmallows and a good vehicle for sneaking in fiber, (chia/flax), omega 3s (hemp /chia/flax) and protein (hemp, almond butter). Ingredients 3/4 Cup almond butter 3/4 Cup honey or brown rice syrup 4 Cup...

Crispy Kale Chips

I like lacinato kale (also goes by many other names: dinosaur kale, black kale, cavolo nero or Tuscan kale), which I find to be the most tender, but any other kale works really well too. Ingredients 1 Bunch kale 2 Tablespoon coconut oil Notes Click to Watch this Video...

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