A salad spinner works great for washing greens. I have a wonderful water purifier (see my Pure Water section of this site) that’s so inexpensive to use, it makes no sense to wash any food in chlorine-smelling city water. If you don’t have access to enough pure water to wash your veggies, then I suggest … More Rinse Food in Pure Water
Not everything has to be super-healthy, or super-complicated. Today I used two packets of Uncle Ben’s Spanish-style rice for the rice portion of this dish. Now I haven’t read those ingredients in awhile, but I’m sure there’s all manner of ‘less-than-perfect’ stuff in there, like palm and canola products perhaps, and preservatives… whatev!! Thing is, … More Shortcuts for Your Veggie Lifestyle
Here are some pictures of my latest “almost vegan” escarole and beans. It came absolutely delicious. I’d say to get it ‘soupy” enough for me (I like a lot of juice) I added about 80oz of liquid: 32oz veg broth, 32oz bone broth and about 16oz pure water to the 4 heads of escarole. The … More Escarole and Beans like Nonna used to make!
Perc’d COFFEE Recently I added a simple, inexpensive Cuisinart coffee bean grinder to my java routine, which now includes Pure Water, Farberware percolator, Peet’s beansand either organic half-and-half or soy hazelnut or almond or coconut creamers. (Half-and-half is now the only dairy product I still use, and I only use it when I’m in … More Freshly Ground Coffee
A healthy, vegan “baked, not fried” crispy dish! I’m slowly and steadily gaining proven results prepping and baking my own eggplant. In the 4 or 5 months I’ve been doing it I learned from experience, of course, and also some great suggestions by friends, and from the web. I LOVE eggplant, broccoli rabe and Italian … More Eggplant, broccoli rabe & long hots
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