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The mighty coriander seed helps keep blood sugar low - just tried it in my veggie bowl!
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Add some coriander seeds to your sauté pan to temper them, and toss in veggies for a deeply flavo...
Add some coriander seeds to your sauté pan to temper them, and toss in veggies for a deeply flavorful meal. Hope this means I won't hit the 3pm sugar crash :) #nutrition #kitchentips
Brusselsflower Soup
3yr theencyclofeedia.com
Hopefully this soup will ward off any cold I may or may not be getting...
Hopefully this soup will ward off any cold I may or may not be getting...
  • SimplySeema Yum! Sounds delicious. Have you used Turmeric before? It's a spice that may help prevent cold/flu and so colorful.
  • LesleyRozycki @SimplySeema I haven't gotten my hands on any yet, but I'll be sure to try it out! Thanks!
  • SimplySeema @LesleyRozycki it's great and won't disappoint. Be careful though to avoid getting it on your clothes bc it stains everything yellow.
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Afternoon slump got you down? You clearly need a Chocolate Smoothie Shake.
3yr annefood.com
Yummy, vegan, nutritious milkshake recipe is on my blog.
Yummy, vegan, nutritious milkshake recipe is on my blog.
  • Rachna Oats in a smoothie?
  • annefood @Rachna oh yeah for sure!!! Great to give it a little more substance. Flavor works really well with chocolate or autumn smoothies with pumpkin. #kitchentips
  • darkchocolatepeanutbutter I just started putting oats in my smoothie and surprisingly I don't taste them and they keep me satiated.
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For the love of all that is sacred, ALWAYS toss your pasta in its sauce before serving!
3yr Hesperides Organica Coop
Cook your pasta to "al dente," remove from boiling water and throw directly into sauce. Keep sauc...
Cook your pasta to "al dente," remove from boiling water and throw directly into sauce. Keep sauce on simmer and toss your pasta, marrying the two heavenly ingredients. It will continue to slightly...
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Use a combo of rice and chickpea flours for a gluten-free crispy crust when panfrying!
3yr cooking.nytimes.com
Last night I tried this awesome David Tanis recipe for Spicy Fried Shrimp that calls for a coatin...
Last night I tried this awesome David Tanis recipe for Spicy Fried Shrimp that calls for a coating of rice and chickpea flours and it works great! (Note: I didn't fully submerge the shrimp in oil a...
  • gingerandchorizo Looks delicious! I love using a mixture of chickpea flour and potato starch to make batter for fritter or tempura, also just use half deep-fry half pan-fry method in order to use less oil, it...
  • annefood Thanks @gingerandchorizo ! Yes I hate deep frying and this method worked great!
  • MargaretG Love this!! Thanks!!!
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To roast a chicken, cook for 25 minutes at 450, then turn down to 400 for another hour.
3yr annefood.com
The internal temp should read 165 degrees, and the juices should run clear. This recipe is a fant...
The internal temp should read 165 degrees, and the juices should run clear. This recipe is a fantastic way to cook your veggies and meat in one! #kitchentips
I opt for fingerling potatoes when they are available for speedy dinner options #kitchentips #FoodRevolution
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I was feeling pretty sick, but a fresh dinner using fingerling potatoes actually is pretty quick ...
I was feeling pretty sick, but a fresh dinner using fingerling potatoes actually is pretty quick because they don't take as long to cook, and they are easier to cut when you aren't feeling so hot
Kale is rich in calcium! You don't have to drink milk, just eat your leafy greens!
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For delicious kale chips, just toss chopped kale with olive oil, sea salt and pepper, and roast a...
For delicious kale chips, just toss chopped kale with olive oil, sea salt and pepper, and roast at 350 for about 10 minutes, checking often. #kitchentips
Broil shrimp in the oven for a mess-free meal!
3yr annefood.com
This is a great weeknight dish because it doesn't make a mess and it's pretty fast! Perfect for a...
This is a great weeknight dish because it doesn't make a mess and it's pretty fast! Perfect for a potluck too, as it can be assembled ahead, eaten cold and would transport well. Don't the shrimp an...
Change up your risotto game: Switch out arborio rice for toasted buckwheat! Asparagus Buckwheat Risotto on the blog
3yr thelemonapron.com
"Buckwheat. It’s not wheat. It’s not even a grain.  Would you believe, it is actually related to ...
"Buckwheat. It’s not wheat. It’s not even a grain.  Would you believe, it is actually related to rhubarb and sorrel? It is, in fact, a fruit seed and is a suitable substitute for gr…"