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Celeriac Salad

Celeriac Salad Author: Jess Gold Serves: 6 Delicious and healthy and fresh! Ingredients 1 whole celeriac Juice of one lemon Juice of one lime 15 dried apricots, chopped 10 sundried tomatoes, chopped 5/6 tablespoons of olive oil Salt and pepper to taste Chopped walnuts to serve Instructions Grate the celeriac and then stir in all […]

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Vegetarian Brisket

This amazing vegetarian version of brisket, a popular Jewish festival dish, uses seitan (a soft ‘meaty’ food made from wheat gluten) which soaks up the flavours and juices of the seasoning and gravy.

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Raw Apple Pie

Raw Apple Pie Author: Taken from Divine Desserts – How To Have Your Cake & Eat It By Juliette Bryant www.julietteskitchen.tv Serves: Makes a large pie I love apples and have planted lots of apple trees over the years. Apples are a fruit of love and health. I created this as my tribute to good […]

Lemon Chocolate Mousse

Lemon Choc Mousse Author: Taken from Divine Desserts – How To Have Your Cake & Eat It By Juliette Bryant www.julietteskitchen.tv Serves: (Makes 12 Portions) The combination of layers of lemon and chocolate really go well together. This creation has been a very popular dessert at my superfood feasts. Ingredients For lemon part: 1 tin […]

Buckwheat Bread

Buckwheat Bread Author: Taken from Divine Desserts – How To Have Your Cake & Eat It By Juliette Bryant www.julietteskitchen.tv Serves: Makes 10 slices This is a wonderful light and fluffy bread, which is a great substitute for wheat bread. This is gluten free and really delicious with some fresh jam or nut butter. Ingredients […]

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Beet Pesto

Beet Pesto Author: pulses.org Serves: 4 Recipe courtesy of International Year of Pulses. In December 2013, the United Nations General Assembly (UN) voted unanimously to declare 2016 the International Year of Pulses (IYP). Since 1959, the UN has dedicated special years and observances to promote international awareness and action on various topics. Throughout 2016 the […]

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Braised Cauliflower and Puy Lentil Tabouleh

Braised Cauliflower and Puy Lentil Tabouleh Cuisine: Middle Eastern Author: Lee Watson Serves: 4-6 Tabouleh is a proper southern Med classic. Combined with great olive oil and sweet roasted cauliflower it makes a substantial salad. I love the spice mix baharat – if you can’t find it, substitute it for ground spices. I like to […]

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Pesach: Vegan matzo ball soup with spring vegetables

Recipe Type: Starter Cuisine: Pesach Author: Nava Atlas This vegan matzo ball soup recipe is chock-full of vegetables, and the perfect prelude to the Passover Seder dinner. But more importantly, it’s vehicle for delicious Vegan Matzo Balls. Recipe adapted from Vegan Holiday Kitchen by Nava Atlas.Photo Ingredients 1 1/2 tablespoons olive oil or other neutral vegetable […]

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Pesach: Sweet Potato Dumplings in Tomato Brazil Nut Sauce

Recipe by Zel Allen, from Veg Paradise             Pesach: Sweet Potato Dumplings in Tomato Brazil Nut Sauce Recipe Type: Main Dish Cuisine: Festival Author: Zel Allen Serves: 28 Dumplings Dumplings are a delightful Passover treat. And made with sweet potatoes, they pack sweetness with every tantalizing bite. Add the savory […]

Jazz apple, carrot, fresh ginger and turmeric soup with kale crisps

Jazz Apple, Carrot fresh Ginger and Turmeric Soup with Kale crisps Author: Jazz Apple Ingredients A little olive ol 1 large white onion – peeled and finely chopped 4 large carrots – scrubbed and finely chopped 2 Jazz apples – peeled, cored and finely chopped 2-3 tablespoons of fresh finger – peeled and finely chopped […]

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