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Category Archive for 'Vegetarianism and Veganism'

Thanks to my friend Sharm for this delicious pumpkin pie recipe! When I tried this recipe out, I substituted the buttermilk with egg nog and omitted the egg. I also didn’t have brown sugar in the house so I substituted white sugar, using about half the measurement (1/4 cup). Finally, I added 2 tbsp white […]

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Subtly sweet and simple to prepare, the jicama root makes for a satisfying, healthy snack. This Mexican tuber looks a bit like a turnip, and is also considered an alternative to water chestnuts in stir fry recipes. If you haven’t already added this delightful little delicacy to your kitchen shelf, why not pick one up the […]

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On my new kick to write about whatever food I may be thinking about rather than trying to churn out new fusion recipes while on my weird “non-aggravating” diet, I offer to you the humble Honeycrisp apple. Raw, whole, and usually organic in my experience, this apple is absolutely, by far, the best apple I […]

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Okay, sorry I couldn’t come up with a better title. Truth is, I haven’t posted in such a long time, I think I am beginning to forget how. So, as those who have followed this blog know, my culinary options have been severely limited since I was diagnosed with a dysfunctional gall bladder. Long story […]

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There is nothing quite like good, ol’ fashioned mac ‘n’ cheese.  Yeah, this is American, and I’m quite okay with that. But, to be fair, there are similar versions of this dish popular in Germany and the UK. So it’s *kind of* international…. Anyways, most people have their own ways of making mac ‘n’ cheese, […]

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While living in the Republic of Georgia, I was introduced to a new way of seasoning meats and vegetables–with walnuts. Eggplant, fish, chicken, pork, and beef are all dressed with absolutely delicious walnut sauce, usually accented with cinnamon and cloves. It’s a completely different experience!! Well, so I had some chicken I needed to get […]

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When I made my third, and last, attempt to go vegetarian, I was living in one of the most difficult places in the world to try this–Armenia.  Things have changed a bit since I lived there, but at that time it was very difficult to keep to a vegetarian diet, especially when the local cuisine […]

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