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Lentil Tamarind Stew

Tamarind is a tangy, flavorful concentrate that used in Southeast Asian meals. It’s so flavorful that just a few tablespoons will flavor this whole pot of lentils.

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Lemon Pepper Seasoning

This delicious seasoning is even more bright and tasty when made from scratch. It’s super easy, makes use of extra lemon peel and can give potatoes, tofu, and other baked foods a mouth-watering edge.

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Toasted Cumin & Turmeric Mustard

Making mustard is very simple. It’s flavors can be varied by changing the liquid used for the rehydration of the seeds and the flavors added after grinding.

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Home Fries

The secret to good home fries is to bake them at a high heat in a single layer. Some prefer to cook them at a lower temperatures, though, to reduce exposure to acrylamides.

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Vegan Garlic Mayo

Super easy, delicious and simple, this mayo can be flavored to suit.

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Tomato Ketchup

Homemade ketchup is very delicious as well as being free from preservatives, colorings and sugars.

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Pumpkin Pie Smoothie

Indulge in a holiday favorite without the guilt! Pumpkins are full of vitamin A and beta-carotene which are great for your eyesight and can be cancer preventative. Check out our YouTube video to watch this recipe in action!

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Maple Roasted Vegetables

This simple preparation makes the rich flavors of root vegetables shine. Try this recipe with any combination of sweet potatoes, carrots, pumpkins, beets, turnips and more!

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Sun-Dried Tomato and Swiss Chard Soup

Sun-dried tomatoes add a richness to this simple – but super delicious – tomato soup.

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Scallion Pancakes

These savory pancakes are incredibly simple, quick and addicting. This inexpensive recipe not only yields a large amount of servings but can also be made well-ahead of time. The dough can be refrigerated (well-oiled and covered with a damp cloth and plastic wrap) for up to 5 days. You could also roll out the pancakes and stack them between well-oiled layers of parchment paper and keep refrigerated for up to 5 days.