Category Archive: Vegetarian

Jun 29

Fresh Fruit Salad With Poppy Seed Dressing

A recipe for a delicious fruit salad covered in a poppy seed dressing. The nice thing about this salad is that you can use what ever fruits you like the best or choose what is in season. At my house we love made with strawberries, blueberries and yellow mango. You can make it with any …

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Jun 24

Vegetarian Spinach Lasagna Roll Ups With Red Bell Pepper Alfredo

Here is a fantastic recipe for vegetarians or anyone who would like to have a meatless dinner. At my house we don’t eat meat every day, we have eggs sometimes for dinner either in an omelet or with pancakes as a topsy turvy day. We also eat beans and lentils so we might have beans …

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Jun 23

Baked Jalapeno Wonton Poppers

If you like jalapeno poppers you will love these jalapeno wonton poppers because the work is so much less. Instead of filling the peppers you just dice them up add them to the cream cheese and make wontons. Then you bake them, at least that is how this recipe reads. I made a couple of …

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Jun 23

How To Cook Your Broccoli Stems Instead Of Tossing Them

When you make broccoli do you throw away the stems? Yeah I always did too unless I had soup planned in the next couple of days, I would keep them in that case to slice and throw some into the soup but mostly then got tossed. Well here are a few ways to use them …

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Jun 21

How To Make Pickled Corn

If you have never eaten pickled corn you really need to make some and try it. When I was growing up in Ohio you could find pickled corn in  most everyone’s pantry. Lots of people pickled corn back then at least they did in that area. For years I have been wanting some pickled corn, …

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Jun 11

How To Make Pickled Spicy Snap Peas

Make you own pickled spicy snap peas that are lacto-fermented so you get all those good probiotics that are so good for out gut flora. Lacto-fermented foods are pickled by using salt and then letting them sort of stew in their own juiced until they are pickled instead of using vinegar. Attainable Sustainable shares the …

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