Roasted Roots & Millet

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This dish is vibrantly beautiful and delectable. It’s made in three separate parts, but don’t be intimidated – it’s very easy! I like to serve it cool as a side dish (wonderful for spring picnics). It’s also lovely warm and … Continued

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Miso Tahini Soup

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This is a wonderful soup for a rainy winter day, or any day for that matter – as it’s fresh and light but warming on the inside.  The bonus is that it only takes about 10-15 minutes to make and … Continued

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Autumn Goodness Bars

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Makes 8 large bars (2″ x 4″) The nourishing oils of the almonds and seeds and the energizing sweetness of the dried fruit and maple syrup are perfect to ground you amidst the wind, cold and dryness of the autumn … Continued

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Citrusy Adzuki Stew

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The fall is associated with the Vata energies of air and ether, as indeed it can be described as windy, cold and dry. Thus, we can all benefit from foods that are grounding, warming and lubricating. This adzuki bean stew … Continued

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Crimson Quinoa & Greens

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I love the combination of quinoa and beets, as the quinoa takes on the bright red color. This dish is a great served on its own, or as a side dish – super for summer picnics and BBQs. Preparation time: … Continued

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Beets, Chards

Beets and Chards are chenopods, a sub family of the amaranthaceae family (which also has spinach, quinoa, and amaranth). (Wikipedia – Amaranthaceae). So I figured I’d group them together here. Beets were first cultivated by the ancient Romans, and were … Continued

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Ground Round Tempeh

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Looks aren’t so deceiving. Tempeh not just looks like meat, but in my opinion has an even better way of taking on the flavors of seasonings.  So you won’t be missing out by substituting this healthy vegan “meat” option for … Continued

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Indian Aromatic Rice

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1 cup Brown Rice 2 cups Water 2 teaspoons Mustard Seeds 2 teaspoons Cumin Seeds 1 tablespoon Olive Oil 1-2 teaspoons Salt Soak rice for 1-2 hours (will help to activate the enzymes and help with digestion). Drain and rinse … Continued

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