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101 alternative flours : gluten free multigrain tart shells filled with broccoli coconut salad ; a recipe inspired by Ritu Dalmia

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April 7, 2014
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101 alternative flours : gluten free multigrain tart shells filled with broccoli coconut salad ; a recipe inspired by Ritu Dalmia

Small sized snacks or appetisers can be tricky if you are minding your calories or your overall nutrients. Fried or even baked appetisers come loaded with refined flour and butter mostly, so decadent that you never stop at one. Imagine conserving that decadence in such recipes even when using healthy alternatives and making the...

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Warm Lentil Salad with Celery Root, Apples and Hazelnuts

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April 1, 2014
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Warm Lentil Salad with Celery Root, Apples and Hazelnuts

This is a delicious combination. It makes a great main meal lunch for two or salads for four people. It can also be enjoyed as a side dish, or even over rice as an entrée. Serving Size: 4 (Read more...)

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Buckwheat groats stir fry salad with vegetables | two ways with buckwheat groats for gluten free meals

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April 1, 2014
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Buckwheat groats stir fry salad with vegetables | two ways with buckwheat groats for gluten free meals

Buckwheat is called as the king of healing foods, a gluten free grain that has a fantastic nutrient profile. I use buckwheat a lot for soups, like this tomato buckwheat soup, a spinach buckwheat soup,

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Asparagus and Edamame Salad with Lime-Miso Dressing

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April 1, 2014
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Asparagus and Edamame Salad with Lime-Miso Dressing

With my meals revolving around plant-based whole foods, my mom has referred to my choice as being a vegan on steroids. While I have relaxed slightly, I still try my hardest to cater to others who may have dietary restrictions, for whatever reason. I have a friend with a sulphite allergy, family members with celiac...

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how to make sauerkraut : the pickled sour cabbage, a probiotic supplement for everyone…

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March 11, 2014
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how to make sauerkraut : the pickled sour cabbage, a probiotic supplement for everyone…

Someone asked me how to make sauerkraut recently and I started rummaging through my old pictures from the past years. I have been taking pictures every year I make them with my garden cabbages and forget posting them here. Well, I found the pictures and seeing them I seriously craved for some sour pickled...

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Roasted Broccoli and Quinoa Salad with Quick-Pickled Raisins

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March 6, 2014
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Roasted Broccoli and Quinoa Salad with Quick-Pickled Raisins

Thank you, guys, for pointing out some technical difficulties with my last post. Everything should be working fine now, so don’t miss your chance to win a new cookbooks and try out a fabulous recipe for Cuban beer-infused black beans. Hopefully I haven’t beaten roasted cauliflower to death yet as it is my favourite...

Continue Reading at the taste space 2014-03-06.

Orange-gram salad

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February 19, 2014
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Orange-gram salad

Serves 3 A unique combination of vegetable, fruit and cereal loaded with different flavors. Tangy mandarins/oranges, pungent and spicy radish, sour lime , Crisp Lettuce, and wholesome sprouted black grams along with sweet honey make this salad my favorite. 2 oranges/mandarins 1 raddish 1 cup sprouted black grams 5-6 lettuce leaves torn salt and...

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Stir Fried Garlic Beans

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February 16, 2014
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Stir Fried Vegetables are usually a favorite during cold evenings. They can be served as warm salad or as a side dish.For this recipe the beans used must be fresh. These crunchy-garlicky beans are a good accompaniment for dal-chawal.200g Fresh tender french beans7-8 garlic cloves chopped1 tbsp olive oil

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cape gooseberries, strawberries and black grapes salad with paneer and a cape gooseberry jam with ginger

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February 8, 2014
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cape gooseberries, strawberries and black grapes salad with paneer and a cape gooseberry jam with ginger

Mid way into the winters and we start seeing these gorgeous Cape gooseberries (rasbhari in Hindi)

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Cooking for Really Really Hot Weather: Cauliflower Slow Cooked in Oil with Lime and Spices

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February 4, 2014
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Cooking for Really Really Hot Weather: Cauliflower Slow Cooked in Oil with Lime and Spices

Let’s face it, days and days of 45C (113F) temperatures does not leave a lot of energy for cooking. It is days of cucumber sandwiches (albeit with French butter, celtic sea salt and just-ground pepper), iced coffee and buckets of icecream. If early mornings allow, slow cooking of cauliflower in oil and flavourings is...

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