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Eating My Words: Sandwich with Raw “Egg” Salad

[Cookbook Giveaway Alert! Check out Sally’s gluten-free adaptation of my Butterscotch Blondies recipe from Sweet Freedom, and enter for a chance to win the book! Go to Sally’s blog for more information and details.]

[Millet-quinoa bread topped with a smear of Caesar dressing (Clean Food recipe), faux egg salad, […]

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Lucky Comestible 6 (2): Classic Waldorf Salad

[I thought it would be fun to run a little series over here at DDD: I’ll profile one one of my favorite foods, or a food that I’ve recently discovered and enjoyed, over several days. The series is presented on an occasional (and entirely arbitrary) basis, before I move on to the next lucky comestible. […]

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Swamp Thing Smoothie*

* Or, Oddly Alluring Blend of Mudlike Green Vegetables to Clear Your Sinuses

[Don’t you expect a giant, hairy, muddy hand to suddenly lurch from under the surface of that liquid, and grab you?]

I’ve enjoyed green smoothies for several years now, and they’ve always been a staple when I need […]

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Sold on Old: My Mother’s Vegetable-Bread Kugel

Most of us are familiar with George Bernard Shaw’s dictum, “Youth is wasted on the young.” Well, of course I realized that saying was just a bunch of bunk. . . until I hit 40, that is. At that point, I realized, “Oh, woe, why did I waste my youth on […]

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Dr. Ornish, You Stole My Heart: Seven Grain Dirty Rice and Beans

[Totally tangential rant: When I woke up this morning, I was sure my eyes were playing tricks on me–it is snowing outside! Snowing. BIG snow. As in, “little white flakes that fly across your field of vision.” As in, “icy and slushy and boots weather.” As in, “everything is coated with […]

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