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Tag Archives: Gluten free

Peanut Curry with Tofu and Chickpeas

By Fredrica Syren: This is a fun curry recipe that has a peanut flavor that comes from peanut butter powder.  It’s has the perfect balance of sweet, spicy and salty and is my kids favorite curry. Since I’m a crockpot fan I make this in my crockpot but off course …

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Plant-Based Chocolate Sea Salt Almond Butter Nice Cream

By Joey Bruno: Have you heard about nice cream? It’s made by blending sliced, frozen bananas into a creamy goodness with the consistency of soft serve ice cream and a neutral flavor profile just waiting for modifications to make all of your dessert dreams come true. It sounds too good …

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Salad Dressing Basics

By Emma Grace Fairchild: Salads and veggies certainly can stand on their own as a source of flavor, but a great dressing can make or break a dish, too! From a basic garden salad to warm salads with roasted veggies, or a dark green salad of kale and wild greens, …

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Healthy Substitutes for Baking

By Fredrica Syren: I love baking … Yes, I love baking cookies, cakes and bread. And … I love eating them. I’m one of those people who bakes when I’m sad or stressed or tired. Baking makes me happy. Unfortunately, eating all these baked goodies is not all good for …

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Plant Based Bean Tostadas

By Fredrica Syren: Living in San Diego, I’ve had my fair share of Mexican food. Unfortunately, most of it contains lots of cheese and tends to be greasy, which is fine if that’s what you like. I, however, favor fresh food made with fresh ingredients. These tacos are something my …

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Gluten-free Chickpea Blondies

By Fredrica Syren: Last week I had a chickpea blondie in a restaurant and fell in love. I have to admit that I have been skeptical about using beans in baking — but no more. Now I can treat my kids to a baked goodie that is lower in calories, …

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Overnight Oats Tips and Recipes

By Fredrica Syren: I think most of us have heard of overnight oats by now, and most of us have tried it. As a busy mom of three whose husband is gone a lot for work, overnight oats has been a lifesaver. I mean, what’s not to love; it’s a …

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Why You Should Eat Seaweed

By Kim Robson: Humans have been harvesting and eating sea vegetables for thousands of years. Archaeological evidence suggests that Japanese cultures have been consuming sea vegetables for more than 10,000 years. In ancient China, sea vegetables were a noted delicacy, reserved particularly for honored guests and royalty. Korea, Vietnam, Malaysia, …

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Zero Waste Kitchen–Nut Milk Pulp Recipe

By Fredrica Syren: We drink only plant-based milk in this house so you can image how many packages of almond milk we (a family of five) were sending to the landfills. Since going zero waste we have been making our own milk.. It’s so easy to make, and you can …

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Noodles and Vegetables In A Spicy Peanut Sauce

By Fredrica a.k.a Green Mom: This dish is one of my kids favorite foods to eat. These stir-fried street noodles are inspired by a dish I once ate in Bangkok, Thailand. I use whatever vegetables I can harvest from the garden, so they will vary from season to season. I …

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