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Category Archive: Salads

Dec 30

Chickpea Salad with Coconut Vinegar Dressing

I am absolutely loving this salad!  In the wintertime I cannot get on board with the typical ice-cold romaine salads.  This beauty of a salad, packed with protein thanks to the chickpeas, is a filling and delicious meal all by itself! P.S.  Coconut vinegar does NOT taste like coconut!  I find coconut vinegar to be less …

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Jul 21

Chinese Fried Rice

We love to use this Chinese fried rice to make a quick stir fry entrée here at the Bro house.  Most of it can be prepped ahead of time which makes putting together a meal really quick during the week. The seasonings can be adjusted to account for your family’s personal tastes (we like ours really …

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Apr 28

Better For You Tuna Salad

I am absolutely loving this Tuna Salad adaptation from The Maker’s Diet book.  My version is a bit quicker, contains less ingredients and more affordable. I ate this slathered in romaine lettuce wraps for dinner in the evening and then as the “cheese” filling in an omelet the next morning.  It would be great on …

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Jan 20

Southwest Dipping Sauce

Oh my gosh!  This southwest dipping sauce is F-A-N-T-A-S-T-I-C!!!  The dipping possibilities are endless!  We enjoyed this on a bed of romaine with a Sunshine Falafel Burger.  I just recently tried the Sunshine burgers for the first time since they were on sale at our local coop.  They have 9 grams of protein and are …

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Dec 24

An Average Day of Food

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Hello!  I receive many questions about what I eat on a regular basis so I would like to share that information with you today.  I have my usual routines with a bit of flexibility usually at dinner time.  I primarily eat raw vegan until dinner and then usually it goes one of three ways: finish the …

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Dec 03

Food for Traveling

Recently we had a weekend road trip to Chicago so I prepped a bunch of healthy, plant-based foods for our cooler.  We always travel with a cooler to avoid getting famished and thereby eating at fast food restaurants.  I bring lots of options which last us for the entire trip period excluding dinner which we usually enjoy out on …

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Dec 01

Greek Salad Dressing

This is my favorite new salad dressing.  I cannot take credit for the recipe; however, I can take credit for the mathematics required to reduce the restaurant yield size (4 quarts!)  to a reasonable amount for a househould. I have been dousing my salads with this dressing and canned tuna for a quick, protein-packed lunch.  …

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Nov 19

Garlic Herb Chicken Breasts

Garlic Herb Chicken Breast with Honey Mustard Dressing

Wow, my hubby loved these garlic herb chicken breasts.  I used the leftovers in salads (with honey mustard dressing) and he used them in quesadillas.  This recipe is quick, has only a few ingredients and tastes like something from a 5-star restaurant! The key to moist, flavorful chicken is in the seasoning and cooking method.  Believe …

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Nov 11

Creamy Dreamy Dressing

This is one of my all-time favorite salad dressings.  It is a raw, whole food, plant-based dressing that tastes out of this world!  No more measuring 2 tablespoons of your fat-free bottled dressing which is filled with un-nourishing and difficult to digest ingredients you can barely pronounce.  This dressing can also be used as a …

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Nov 02

Cheesy Dressing & Kale Salad

Do you think cheese it out of your reach since you’ve committed to a dairy and gluten-free lifestyle?  Guess again, my friend.  This cheesy sauce is rich, creamy and hits the spot. I use it as a salad dressing (such as my kale salad below) or atop brown rice noodles to recreate good old mac …

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