I’ll bet I forgot to tell you I eat millet before I go to bed. Grain by its own nature is acid. So, watch how you feel. You don’t want to get acid reflux, because it can wear away the Continue reading “Millet: The unknown ‘gluten free’ grain”
As you know, I like my vegetables. And, if you don’t, I sure hope you will give it a chance and try out this new way of eating. But, there must be at least a few fruits and vegetables you might like. So, focus on those. You don’t need a Continue reading “Pan fried oriental vegetables ‘your way’ with basmati rice”
I eat pinto beans all the time. For me, this means every day. Beans, rice and potatoes are all very important when you have made the decision to go ‘Vegetarian’. This is where you get more protein, fiber and don’t still feel hungry after every meal! Beans fill you up!
As you probably figured out if you have read my stuff enough, is that I love potatoes. Lately, I steam my potatoes.
You can get a potato masher or put the steamed potatoes in your Cuisinart® and make great soft mashed potatoes in a snap… Continue reading “Mashed Potato with Tomatillo sauce, sautéed Onion and Mushroom recipe”
I like cabbage and eat it quite often. It’s supposed to be a great cancer fighter. I like tart dressings, so I use seasoned rice vinegar on my cabbage salad with a few pumpkin and sunflower seeds on top.
I usually have this type of Continue reading “Rice Vinegar Cabbage Salad with Pumpkin and Sunflower seeds”
In case you didn’t already know, I love soup. My bean lover’s soup with potato, carrot and celery is a good staple to make and freeze for later in your refrigerator.
Cooking this one is a ‘no brainer’ like most all my recipes I ‘purposely’ make simple and easy to cook and prepare. It’s set and forget. This recipe will satisfy and fill you up… Continue reading “Bean Lover’s Soup with Potato, Carrot & Celery recipe”
If you’ve read enough on my site, you know I like my beans. But, if you happen to want the best homemade from scratch ‘refried beans’ recipe, this one is it. It’s easy to Continue reading “Vegetarian no fat ‘Refried Beans’ recipe”
When I make rice, I want the least arsenic as possible. But, how much arsenic is good? Actually, none at all. But, if we love our rice, I guess we eat it anyway despite the hidden dangers. So, is there anything we can do to offset the arsenic in rice? Yes, there is… Continue reading “How to cook Brown or Basmati Rice the healthiest way”
My curried ‘get your greens’ veggie basmati rice bowl is unique. It’s my first adventure into Indian cooking. If you like curry, you will love this one… Continue reading “Curried ‘Get your Greens’ Veggie Basmati Rice Bowl”
I love Chile and beans, but wanted something else added. I also love eating spaghetti, but found wheat and so-called ‘gluten free’ corn noodles bothered me.
So, I found a spaghetti that was made with something different; Continue reading “Vegetarian chili over ‘Gluten free’ noodles recipe”