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Yam and black bean enchilada

Since Bella ate sweet potatoes and bean flautas in Disney land I wanted to try to my own version of them. Making flautas without frying them is pretty hard so instead I ended up with yam and black bean enchilada which was so good. “Hiding” beans in things can be …

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Fruity bean and curry casserole

I always thought that curry matches so well with fruit, specially pineapple. this dish is a curry dish with pineapple and other yummy flavors such as my new favorite spice “all seasons salt” from Simply organic, blended into a creamy casserole. It was a huge hit with my family and …

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Orange sand cilantro seitan and noodles

We have a small orange tree growing next to our house and it has produced two oranges which were too tart to eat but not to cook with. The result is orange seitan which taste a little sweet and sour I guess. I do think this would taste great made …

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Strawberry and chocolate jam

I’ve heard about strawberry and chocolate jam and it sounded like something I would like. I mean my two favorite things; chocolate and strawberries in one jar, ready to be spread on a cracker or toast, what’s not to love? In all honesty, I like my mandarin jam better but …

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Raw bean salsa

At my favorite sprout vendor at farmers market, I found sprouted black eyed peas. I had never heard of sprouted black eyed peas but I do loved them cooked. I had no idea what I was going to do with raw ones but after some thinking I came up with …

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Gooey chocolate chip muffins with goji berries

It’s raining today and since we couldn’t go outside, me and Bella baked instead. We made these very gooey chocolate, chocolate chip muffins which also contains goji berries. It was a hit with my chocolate and goji berry loving little girl. They really do taste a lot of the berries …

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Grilled cheese and sweet onion sandwich

Since we been out of town most of this week, today was all about getting things done around the house, after going to a yoga class off course. So dinner was a very simple creamy tomato soup served with an amazing grilled cheese sandwich. In addition to cheese I added …

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An adult fennel and blood orange salad

I was so inspired by the fennel salad and grilled cheese sandwich I ate at Greens so I decided to make my own version. Fennel is a vegetable that has a slight anise taste to it and is very good for you. Fennel bulb is an excellent source of vitamin …

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Stirfry noodles and vegetables with peanut sauce

I’ve been craving peanut butter and Thai food so today’s dinner was stir fry noodles with peanut sauce. The sweet peanut sauce is great for kids and can hide a lot of vegetables. Bella is not crazy for carrots but under a layer of peanut sauce it was OK. I …

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Hazelnut and chocolate tartelette

This was what we had for dessert last night and it was a highlight. The great part is there is no baking involved. I made them individual servings but it can easily be made into a large tarte instead. Tartelette Crust: 1/2 cup hazelnuts 2 tbs sunflower seeds 1/3 cup …

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