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Avocado Ice Cream

In blog posts, Desserts, Ice Cream, Living Joyfully, Quick & Easy, Recipes, Uncategorized On July 23, 2015 0 Comments

Avocados are finally enjoying their well-deserved respect as a source of monounsaturated fats (the “good” kind that help lower cholesterol) as well as B vitamins, vitamins C and… Read More »

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Tabouli Wrap

In blog posts, Cooking, Dinner Salad, Quick & Easy, Recipes, Salad On June 26, 2015 0 Comments

Summer has finally—reliably—come to Colorado, even at my elevation of 7400 feet. Nights are cool, days are still unpredictable, with anything from withering heat to chilly winds to… Read More »

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Strawberry Sorbet with Basil

In blog posts, Desserts, Quick & Easy, Recipes On June 11, 2015 0 Comments

Looking at the image of this sorbet, you might suppose that either it has been Photoshopped to appear very red, or some sort of food dye has been… Read More »

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Zucchini Soup with Chives and Mint

In blog posts, Cooking, Health, I Recommend, Quick & Easy, Recipes, soup On May 21, 2015 0 Comments

Spring has finally come to Colorado—not that anyone living at my elevation would know it by looking at the chilly mist-covered mountains. The nighttime temperatures still occasionally dip… Read More »

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Quickest, Most Delicious Tofu Dish Ever

In blog posts, Cooking, Fundamentals, Health, Healthy Snacks, I Recommend, Quick & Easy, Recipes, Spicy On May 12, 2015 1 Comment

I’ve never really been a great fan of tofu. After I finished writing Extraordinary Vegan,  just out of curiosity, I did a search to see how many recipes… Read More »

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Red Spinach Salad with Pea Shoots

In blog posts, Quick & Easy, Salad On January 29, 2015 0 Comments

Among the things I truly love in life—and especially in cooking—is the way I’m constantly discovering new vegetables, fruits, legumes, nuts and seeds. Of course, they’ve been there… Read More »

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