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Recipe of the Week: Lentil SF Seed Spread: Delicious, satisfying, low fat, gf, low glycemic vegan paté, very tasty on any kind of cracker, or as a dip with raw veggies. Makes A LOT, enough for a crowd. If you aren't a crowd, it keeps well in the fridge for a week or more. Freezes well too.
http://www.savvyvegetarian.com/vegetarian-recipes/lentil-sunflower-seed-spread.php #lentilsunflowerseedspread   #veganpaterecipe  
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Thanks for sharing +Alicia Cervantez- Mosholder . Enjoy! :-)
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Dr. Michael Greger: "Heart disease a lifestyle choice like cavities?" It's all about the food folks! Quirky sardonic delivery style and all, this video is a must! Dr. Greger has so much good stuff to say, I hung on every word, and I LOVE his humor. #hownottodie   #drmichaelgreger  
 
Google made my talk into an official Talk@Google! View the presentation I've been giving around the country on my book tour for free at http://bit.ly/googlegreger :)
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Recipe of the Week: Green Goddess Salad Dressing. We use this for various purposes - on salad, steamed veggies, in tacos and burritos, on noodles and grains. It's a bit more limited than Ranch Dressing only because it's green! http://bit.ly/qdej92 #vegansaladdressing   #greengoddessdressing  
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Cream of Celery Soup: Made this for lunch today when my roomie Kathryn was feeling under the weather. First I made stock, throwing in some bean cooking liquid, bay leaf, thyme, coriander & fennel seeds, garlic cloves, and veggie scraps. Strained it, added potato, celery, fennel. Parsley at the end. Didn't have almond milk, so added 1/2 pkg silken tofu + 1 Tbsp olive oil instead of making white sauce. With the potatoes, that made it just thick enough when I blended it with my trusty stick blender. Very tasty! http://bit.ly/h6fKRu #creamofcelerysoup   #vegancreamsouprecipe  
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An excellent oil free soy free vegan mayo recipe from one of my favorite cookbook authors, +Bryanna Clark Grogan 
 
One Green Planet wrote to me today, to say: 
"Hi Bryanna,

Your post "Creamy Low-Fat Vegan Mayonnaise With No Extracted Oil" has hit the stratosphere and gone viral with over 2K shares and counting!"
http://www.onegreenplanet.org/vegan-recipe/creamy-low-fat-vegan-mayonnaise-with-no-extracted-oil/
For those who are allergic to soy, prefer not to use oil, do not like tofu mayonnaise, or the commercial "light" mayos (most are not vegan, anyway), this is a delicious (and inexpensive) solution. I can't stress enough that this recipe is EASY TO MAKE and takes only a few minutes of your time! You will save money and calories. And you can use the type of nondairy milk that suits you. (I've used hemp milk with good result, BTW.)
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Barbecue Roasted Chickpea Snack: Recipe of the Week. From The Abundance Diet cookbook by Somer McCowan  - she was working on a recipe for chickpea bacon, but it turned out to be BBQ Chickpeas instead - absolutely fantastic for snacking on! These are super addictive, so you might want to make a double batch! http://bit.ly/1Ksq8OK #chickpearecipe   #bbqchickpeas   #veganfood  
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Quinoa Red Lentil Stew: Easy crockpot stew, perfect one pot meal - light and easily digested, yet satisfying & nutritious. What really makes this quinoa stew special are the flexible vegetable options, and a generous hand with the seasonings! Love it with cauliflower & kale. http://bit.ly/205hjgW     #quinoaredlentilstew   #vegancrockpotrecipe  
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Lentil Sunflower Seed Spread, or paté if you want to get fancy - either way it's low fat, low glycemic, gluten free, rich, delicious and satisfying. VERY tasty on any kind of cracker, crusty bread, or as a dip with raw veggies. This recipe makes A LOT, enough for a crowd. If you aren't a crowd, it keeps well in the fridge tightly sealed for a week or more. And freezes well too. http://bit.ly/1qbwJUm #lentilsunflowerspread   #lentilpate   #veganspreadrecipe  
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Ranch Dressing: Is there anything more useful? I think not! Especially if it's homemade. The last 3 months in Mexico, this has been my go-to vegan salad dressing/sauce - it makes everything taste divine! We enjoy it on patties, salads, steamed veggies, grains, and in tacos, which we eat daily. It can even stand in as a stir fry, hollandaise or pasta sauce. http://bit.ly/1XRMIlP #ranchdressing   #vegansaladdressing   #veganranchdressing   #saucerecipe  
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Recipe of the Week: Tzatziki Sauce. Sounds exotic, right? Nah! Pronouncing it is a bit tricky, I'll admit, but really it's just a simple yogurt/mayo/shredded cucumber sauce that's divine with Greek gyro sandwiches, Middle Eastern pita bread & falafels, Mexican tacos and tostadas, American french fries... Eat tzatziki sauce in complete bliss wherever, however and with whatever you want! http://bit.ly/1F4GyJG
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Last week, I walked to this organic farm on the outskirts of Lo De Marcos MX, a mile and a bit from our house. It's so beautiful, and the produce is amazing! I wasn't part of the group who went together - I visited a few days latter. Chatted with the owner Britta and loaded up on amazingly tasty string beans, okra, lettuce & kale. There was much more available, but I had to carry it all home so I restrained myself. Very difficult! Photos by Sharon Wallace, author of The Odd Essay blog - lots of good posts on travel in Mexico!
http://theoddessay.blogspot.mx/2016/02/ranchito-del-mar.html      
#travelmexico   #organicfarmingmexico  
Instead of the usual Thursday hike, we all were invited to take a tour of a local organic farm that specializes in greens and fresh vegetables. It's operated by a woman, Britta, who has only 2 regular helpers.. sometimes re...
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Dessert for Dinner PLUS! If you or your family need more than soup and muffins for dinner, break out the hummus and guac and some corn chips. Here's our tried and true hummus recipe! http://bit.ly/opkO4 #hummusrecipe   #slightlygarlickyhummus  
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Long time vegetarian, now vegan, helping the world go veg at savvyvegetarian.com. Loves meditation, yoga, cooking, gardening, reading (everything), music (everything), art (everything), dance (everything), walking, talking, breathing (everything). 
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Of course I survived high school! And the '60s. Otherwise I wouldn't be here. I've also survived drugs, alcohol, extreme macrobiotics, 1 failed marriage, 1 ongoing marriage, 3 children, emigrating from Canada to the U.S., getting an MFA, 2 life-threatening illnesses. I'm an artist, writer, cook, mother of 3 extraordinary women, grandmother of 7, and in love with LIFE!
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  • savvyvegetarian.com
    owner, writer, editor, publisher, 2003 - present
    Judith Kingsbury went vegan in 2009, so now Savvy Vegetarian is vegan. But all are welcome and we don't preach. Savvy Vegetarian supports vegans, vegetarians, semi-veg or anyone moving toward a plant based diet. For that purpose, we (mostly me) write articles, blog, develop recipes, give advice, send out newsletters, hang out on social media, and fret over our stats on a daily basis.
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Everyybody's is my local natural food store, and it makes me really really glad I live in Fairfield IA. I've travelled around the country quite a bit in the last years, and have to say it's the best natural food store I've been in. And that certainly includes Whole Foods. The bulk section is the best! And the staff is knowledgeable, friendly and helpful. They really know the whole foods market. Even though I might be able to get some things cheaper at my local supermarket, they don't know the market and the shopping experience is hit or miss. I can find everything I need at Everybody's, don't have to go to 2 stores and the experience is SO much better! AND they're online!
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