Bragg Liquid Aminos are used as a gluten-free alternative for soy sauce or tamari sauce.
Think of these rolls as noodle-wrapped salads with a dressing for dipping. Fresh rice-paper rolls are easy to make once you get the hang of softening the wrappers with warm water. Serve these rolls as an appetizer or as part of an Asian-themed meal. They make delicious take-along ...read more
Mushroom soup in summer? Try this recipe and you'll be sold on the concept. Ground walnuts provide a creamy, filling soup base that complements the flavors of a marinated mushroom topping. We've called for easy-to-find cremini mushrooms, but feel free to make the recipe with wild ...read more
Blended, soaked sunflower seeds replace cooked rice in these colorful veggie rolls. Collard leaves add firmness and keep the rolls from getting soggy. For the filling, you can substitute your favorite raw veggies, including jicama, radish, daikon, burdock, or even raw pickles! ...read more
To peel mango, hold it with palm of one hand, with seed horizontal to surface of palm. Using sharp knife in other hand, peel skin off one side, starting at stem end. Slice off flesh, down side of seed. Turn over, and repeat process with other side. Cut flesh into squares or ...read more
Try some of the great-tasting, ready-to-use meatless soy products available in natural food or grocery stores. You can also marinate and grill pressed tofu, seitan or even portobello mushrooms. For small quantities, I usually make these appetizers on a small indoor electric ...read more
As Oscar Wilde declared, ||Consistency is the last refuge of the unimaginative.|| Here's a somewhat Indian variation on a somewhat Mexican theme, with the addition of dried tomatoes and mozzarella for a little Italian influence. Toast chopped cashews in a skillet in a little ...read more
This vegetarian version of a popular Chinese dish called Bon Bon Chi is amazingly flavorful. Take care not to overcook the vermicelliwhen it's just tender to the bite, it's ready. If you like your noodles very saucy, use all of the sesame dressing; otherwise, use leftover ...read more