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When I first discovered daal, I ate it every meal for a week in a row. Then I was so sick of daal I didn't eat it again for several months. Now we have a more stable relationship and I enjoy daal once a week.
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Experiment with bitter sweet parsnips and soft root vegetables. Inspireded by Grover Stock of Iowa (founder of https://sustainablelivingcoalition.org).
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Spicy, sweet and sour Coconut Turmeric Sambar is a spring soup warms your belly on the coldest day. Awaken your senses as you journey to beautiful South India, a landscape palm trees, endless blue skies, and scents of spices greeting your nose. Sambar...
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Warm, pungent and Middle Eastern, tahini might as well be the liquid sands of the sahara. Creamy tahini salad dressing tastes great as a garnish for any leafy greens. This versatile sauce also works well atop vegetables.
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This warm and drying tea blend is a perfect lung tonic on cold, damp winter days.
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The coconut is a delight for the senses and the body, the very symbol of tropical paradise. This idyllic and fun tree nut restores your balance and harmony. Among oils it is light and sweet to cook with, soothing to the skin and nerves, nourishing...
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With literally hundreds of greens to choose from, why limit your pesto to basil? This parsley based pesto is a favorite south of the border, where it's known as chimichurri. I serve it atop Eggs Scrambled in Cumin and Corn. Cilantro & mint based pestos...
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