Tag Archives: Gluten Free

Caesar Dressing (v, gf)

Serve One Another with Love

It used to be that when I heard the term Caesar Salad what came to mind was a picture of Julius Caesar reclining on an imperial sofa and eating a, you guessed it, Caesar Salad.  For some reason I always assumed that the Caesar Salad originated with those long dead Roman emperors and funneled down through the ages.

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Eggless Salad

Raw Vegan Egg Salad

Sometimes I hear a phrase and it strikes me as being odd, so I Google it to see where it originated.  Case in point is the phrase “good egg”, as in “he/she’s a good egg”, meaning a good person.  Turns out this phrase became popular around 1900, but has it’s origins dating back to when the phrase “bad egg” was popular in the 1850’s.

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Brown Rice Spring Roll Wraps (v, gf)

IMG_0955When you’re crunched for time one of the easiest things to put together is a wrap.  The tricky part is finding something good to wrap stuff in.  Recently, I’ve been cutting back on wheat, so I’ve started using brown rice wraps instead.  All they need is a minute or so in some warm water to soften, and then they’re ready to roll.

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Kelp Noodle Soup


Often times, it’s best to get things straight from the source, or at least as near to the source as possible.  That’s why locally grown vegetables are more desired than those transported halfway around the world.  Not only do they tend to have less impact on the environment, but they’re often more nutritious and fresher.  Most folks believe that fish is healthiest of meats, but most don’t connect the dots and realize that the source of all that nutrition is the sea veggies those fish eat.

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Strawberry Milk Shake

organically grown strawberries

Whenever I think about strawberries for some reason I’m always reminded of a box of Neapolitan ice cream.  I don’t eat ice cream anymore with the exception of banana ice cream, but when I did, and I got one of those  boxes, it seems like within a minute all the chocolate was gone and you had a choice of vanilla or strawberry.

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Blueberry Scones (v,gf)

blueberry scones (v,gf)

Word association time. When I say “scones”, what’s the first thing that pops into your head? For me, and I think for many Americans, I picture some proper English lady or gentlemen sipping tea and delicately nibbling on a flakey little cake, possibly in either the library of a large home, or while sitting by a window overlooking a garden.

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