For my Mother: the first of a series of Quarantine Cabbage recipes. It’s what she has in her larder and these are ideas for her on how to use it!
Recognize hummus not only as a dip or spread – but as a versatile cooking ingredient too.
Old recipes rediscovered and made new!
This post almost got titled “Vegan-Whole-Grain-Whole-Foods-Gluten-Free-Anti-Inflammatory-Turmeric-Beet-Bread” but that was a bit much.
Slow food that rewards you by the quality of its taste and nutrition.
When you want something ready quickly, that satisfies a sweet tooth without the sugar crash.
Because green food makes me happy (and I feel more virtuous eating dessert that way).
Complete Christmas with Kasha, beets and greens!
Start the day off right with a decadent bowl of whole grains: elevated thanks to sweet potato and nut sauce.
Make yesterday’s soup into today’s best savory oats ever!
Buckwheat is truly the herb of versatility. Try it in this awesomesauce!
Job’s tears have to be the strangest grain I’ve had the honour of meeting. It’s time more people met with it.