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Hazelnut spread with nuts pieces

Easy Hazelnut Chocolate Spread

Growing up in France, I had my fair share of Nutella! This smooth, rich, sweet hazelnut chocolate spread goes on crepes, bread, “biscotte” a type of brittle bread that crunches in your mouth, on apple slices, and of course, by dipping your finger straight into the jar for instant gratification! Ok, so it was not […]

Vegan Chakchouka

Moroccan Chakchouka with Vegan Fried Egg

In the summer, when tomatoes are abundant in our garden and whenever we are tired of tofu scramble, potato hash, or quiche for brunch, we like to make a vegan Chakchouka. I first tasted this dish in a Moroccan restaurant in France when I was a teenager. It came served bubbling hot in a cast-iron […]

Corn Curry Soup

20-Minute Coconut Curry Corn Soup

This week, we found some really cool fresh corn. It was multi-colored, not something you see very often. It was almost too beautiful to eat but got around to it eventually! While most of the corn produced is yellow, there are many more varieties like red, scarlet, pink, yellow, orange, magenta, bright blue, dark blue, […]

Yuba noodle bowl

15-minute Yuba Noodle Bowl

It is really great to discover new vegan products in our local grocery stores. This week, we found Yuba noodles that were already rehydrated, seasoned, and cooked. Talk about a time saver! In the previous article, I introduced yuba in the form of fresh or frozen sheets that can be stir-fried or added to soups. […]

KALE SALAD WITH BRAISED TOFU

Summer is almost here so it is a good time to increase the amount fresh foods, salads in our diet. I have grown kale for many years and because of its hardiness have enjoyed it all year around. Several of my favorites, Russian Red and Scotch curly kale are great for salads. Dinosaur kale works great steamed […]

Vegetable Stir-fry with Polenta

Vegetable Stew with Polenta

Earth Day Portland What a glorious day today was. Quite appropriate for Earthday. I love Portland. As in most cities accross the US, Portland had its celebration of all good things for the earth, found locally, built sustainably, with respect to the earth and all its inhabitants, in music, artful displays, bringing together young and […]

Seaweed salad with sesame seeds

Nutritious Seaweed Salad

In honor of the people of Japan, I wanted to feature a seaweed salad. It is said that Japanese people have eaten sea vegetables for more than 10,000 years. Most seaweed, because it comes from the ocean offers the broadest spectrum of minerals of any food. It also contains a large range of amino acids […]

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