Category Archives: Sides

Cheesy Cauliflower

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Okay, from what I have read Nutritional Yeast is technically not raw but it seems as though many raw foodist eat it. 1 head of cauliflower grated (or put in food processor and pulse until rice like consistency) juice of … Continue reading

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Corned Walnut and Pecan Pate

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Ingredients: 1 cup raw walnuts (soaked 2 hours) 1/4 raw pecans (soaked 2 hours) 1 small shallot 1 clove garlic 1/2 orange bell pepper 1/8 tsp clove powder 1/4 tsp allspice 1/8 tsp cinnamon 1/4 tsp mustard powder 1/4 tsp … Continue reading

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Stuffed Artichoke

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Poking around on Pinterest looking for something different to do with an artichoke I came across some pictures of stuffed artichokes. Before even looking at any of the recipes spinach artichoke dip came to mind and I thought how great … Continue reading

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Southwestern Quinoa Sweet Potato Casserole

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Yesterday I woke up with a plan…stuffed bell peppers. A series of events took place forcing me to come up with another plan. I have one of those personalities that when something gets in my head I am going to … Continue reading

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Oriental Sweet Potato Fries

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Hi kids, Felipe here making a rare fill in appearance for the vegan master chef here at DFV.  I had an epic haus frau fail in the supply department, we’ve ran out of cashew cream and cashews.  This has thwarted … Continue reading

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Roasted Potatoes Cajun Style

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Until making the Cajun loaf I had never made anything I would consider Cajun before. The original loaf recipe sounded interesting and I wanted to continue with the theme so I did a search for Cajun Style potato recipes. More … Continue reading

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Red Lentils with Green Olives

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My mother in law, Mary, is a pretty outstanding cook. One of my favorite dishes she makes is Gandules (pigeon peas) which she learned to make from her mother, Mama.  While Mama was still alive I was fortunate enough to … Continue reading

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