Monthly Archives: October 2011

The secret

TweetI get asked every day the secret to my diet. What am I eating? How am I cooking it? What is my meal plan… and it really just boils down to one very simple secret that I am only going to share with you. My very special friends. Are you ready for it? I mean …

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Vegan Soy Sauce Substitute (soy-free) & a surprise recipe

TweetOne thing that disappointed me was having a soy allergy, because so many good vegan recipes call for soy sauce – like mushroom lettuce wraps! Mmmmm…. So here is my Soy Sauce substitute: Ingredients: 4 cubes Rapunzel Pure Organic Vegetable Bouillon, No Salt Added 4 teaspoons organic balsamic vinegar 2 teaspoons dark molasses 1/4 teaspoon …

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Basil Cheddar Mushroom Burgers (Vegan)

TweetLove burgers, but don’t love the processed veggie burgers?? Well then this burger is for you! 1 Tablespoon EVOO, plus more for brushing 1 cup finely chopped walla walla onion 1 package (8 oz) cremini mushrooms, finely chopped 1 clove garlic, minced ½ teaspoon oregano several fresh basil leaves, rolled and cut 6 slices of …

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Holiday Spice Cake – Gluten Free for my special friends

TweetI have several friends that have finally gotten the gluten-monkey off their backs so to speak. SO of course going into the holiday season I want to share a little bit of delish with them. This cake is super moist and the original recipe was created by Diane Kittle. I had to do a little …

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Crock Pot Breakfast

TweetWant one of the easiest breakfasts for your next big Saturday or Sunday?? This is going to stick to your kid’s ribs, and they’ll love it!! Seriously, who doesn’t like ‘oatmeal’ for breakfast on a cold winter morning anyway? I got this recipe originally from Tosca Reno, and of course you know me… I have …

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Mirepoix “Chickn” Salad (vegan)

TweetMirepoix is a simple combination of onion, carrot and celery that is used in nearly every traditional French stew and many other dishes. That is where the idea of my Mirepoix came from. Mirepoix, either raw, roasted or sauteed, is the flavor base for a wide number of dishes, such as stocks, soups, and a number of my favorite sauces. So …

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Easy granola breakfast treat

TweetThis is the easiest granola recipe, and once you’ve done it you will never spend $6 on a bag of store bought granola again. I promise that. This can be changed to keep things fresh and exciting by changing up the ingredients, like using nuts instead of chocolate chips. Whatever is your need… and lately …

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