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Sweetpotato Tempeh Chili {Recipe Redux}

I received free samples of California sweetpotatoes mentioned in this post. By posting this recipe I am entering a recipe contest sponsored by the California Sweetpotato Council and am eligible to win prizes associated with the contest. I was not compensated for my time. ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ Ok, so my last post was also about these cool, […]

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Sweet Potato Gnocchi

Oh how I love these sweet little potato dumplings. Gnocchi isn’t terribly difficult to make, it just takes some time. A little olive oil (or butter!) and some herbs finishes them off nicely. Working with the dough can get a little sticky; just keep your hands floured and everything will be okay. To be honest, […]

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Tasty Baked Tofu {+ Lemony Kale)

Throw out all your preconceived notions of tofu, and give this guy another chance. Marinated and baked, tofu can be flavorful and seriously satisfying. Baking slightly dries out the tofu pieces giving them a rather meaty and chewy texture. Soy is packed with high quality protein and these tofu pieces are sure to fill you up […]

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Salmon with a Raspberry Balsamic Reduction

Salmon is my favorite fish by far. In addition to its heart healthy fat profile and its beautiful orange color, Salmon is a mighty fish, able to swim hundreds of miles upstream fighting against strong currents. Its strength makes me feel strong. The majority of the Salmon you find at supermarkets and grocery stores is […]

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Olive Tempeh Burgers

Every now and then I love me a good veggie burger. I’m pretty picky with my burgers, as we all should be. MorningStar makes a pretty good burger, as does Monk’s Grill in Tallahassee, FL. Let me rephrase: Monk’s Grill makes a killer veggie burger. You have endless cheese, topping, sauce and bread choices, giving […]

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Mediterranean Quinoa Salad

I love the simplicity of grain salads. They can be made in large quantities ahead of time and eaten throughout the week. It makes lunchtime a little easier and you are still guaranteed a flavorful and nutritious meal. I chose to use quinoa because it cooks up quickly and it has a great protein profile; however, any grain would […]

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Recipe Redux: Butternut Squash and Black Bean Burritos

It’s that time of the month again. Well, recipe time anyway. The Recipe Redux ingredient this month is our choice of any orange antioxidant rich veggie! Right away I thought pumpkin. But I decided to give my pumpkin obsession a rest and let butternut squash take the show this time around. Naturally sweet, butternut squash […]

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Vegetable Coconut Curry

Curry dishes come in many forms and are very common in India as well as in several Southeast Asian countries. Curry powders are typically used in Indian dishes, whereas curry pastes are more Thai, and the two really are not interchangeable when it comes to cooking with a recipe. My favorite curry dish is Thai […]

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