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Spicy Korean Rice Cake Recipe

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The quantities listed make approximately 4 to 5 servings. For more photos of the process, please visit this post: Spicy Korean Rice Cake

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How to Make Rice Porridge

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I know that this post will get some members of the food police upset with me, but I continue to find that in some cases, when taken in moderation, cooked white rice can be a health-enhancing food choice. Read more about How to Make Rice Porridge

 

Coconut Chia Pudding Recipe

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Quantities listed produce approximately 2 substantial servings of coconut chia pudding.

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How to Make Spicy Tofu and Mushroom Stew

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The quantities listed below make approximately 4-6 medium-size servings.

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How to Add Lovely Flavour to Roasted Vegetables

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To elevate roasted broccoli and cauliflower a level or two, try adding two handfuls of small tomatoes in the following fashion:

1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit on bake setting. Read more about How to Add Lovely Flavour to Roasted Vegetables

 

Roasted Tomatoes, Creamy Avocado Slices, and Lightly Scrambled Eggs

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Sautéed or roasted tomatoes add wonderful flavour and substantial nutrient value to any meal, and they’re super simple to make. Read more about Roasted Tomatoes, Creamy Avocado Slices, and Lightly Scrambled Eggs

 

Hearty Vegetarian Winter Stew Recipe

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The quantities listed make a large pot of stew, approximately 12 to 15 servings; feel free to scale down if a smaller batch is preferred.

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Lovely Persimmons

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This might sound a little funny, but persimmons have long held a special place in my heart. As a young boy, I remember my parents picking up a case of heart-shaped Hachiya persimmons from the Korean grocery store in Toronto every winter just before Christmas. We'd gently check them every morning to see if one had ripened enough to eat. It was a true test of patience because if they weren't ripe enough, halfway down the fruit toward its stem, the flesh would make your lips and mouth pucker from its astringency, caused by a high concentration of tannins. Though I didn't understand the science of it as a child, waiting for full ripening meant allowing the naturally occurring tannins to become inert, leaving incredibly sweet and tender fruit. Read more about Lovely Persimmons

 

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