Ramen is a traditional Japanese dish usually made with a base of pork broth. The seaweed kombu brings a brininess and minerality to the dish that is so typical of Japanese cuisine. To get a good, rich, and flavorful broth, be sure to taste-test as you cook and adjust seasoning with salt and pepper to ensure […]

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Thai Green Curry with Tofu and Peppers

Curry is a great way to quickly and easily infuse flavor into dishes. This is a green curry, but you can also use a red or yellow curry paste for a different variation on this dish. Feel free to experiment with any vegetables you want: asparagus, zucchini, yellow squash, broccoli, chili peppers. It all works! […]

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Confused About Essential Oils?

There is so much misinformation online about essential oils! Do they interact with medicines? Are they safe for children? This free ebook answers a few of the most common questions about essential oils. After reading this book. you can separate fact from fiction, and decide for yourself how you choose to use essential oils.


Mushroom, Artichoke, and Red Bell Pepper Paella

This is a vegan makeover of a traditional Spanish favorite. Paella is usually served with mussels, sausage and shrimp, this one includes several varieties of mushrooms, artichokes and red bell pepper. You can be creative with this recipe, adding different vegetables such as peas, carrots, or green beans. This is a great dish for everyone […]

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Steel Cut Oats and Caramelized Bananas

This is, by far, the best steel cut oats recipe I have ever eaten. It takes more time and energy than overnight oats, but the result of boiling the oats in almond milk is well worth it. Caramelized bananas are one potential topping, but you could also choose fresh fruit, dried fruit, or even tropical […]

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