Peas are good, but these peas are awesome. Serve as an alternative to mashed potatoes. . . Without any added fat!
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Posts Tagged ‘McDougall’
A quick breakfast that’s tasty and healthy: Maple Steel Cut Oats in a Jar. The oats are loaded with chia seeds and flax seeds then topped with frozen berries. –VintageMixer
I use six cloves of garlic because I like things really garlicky. The recipe will taste okay with only three cloves.
Quick and very easy!
This stew was served to some friends while on Fogo Island in Newfoundland. This is the best approximation we could come up with. From member Sule.
*I sometimes use diced tomatoes instead of stewed. Add seasonings if you don’t use a flavored variety.
This recipe was adapted from one in the original 1984 edition of The Vegetarian Times Cookbook. Don’t leave out the allspice! It gives it a great flavor.
Those whose preferences lean toward the spicy will love this salad. Adjust the heat by increasing or decreasing the amount of jalapeño and chipotle chile.
Makes 6-10 tortillas, depending on how much you stuff them
6-8 medium-size red (or Yukon gold) potatoes, cut up
2-3 tablespoons white wine or apple cider vinegar…
1 3/4 c Filtered water or vegetable stock
1 c Couscous, medium size, toasted…
2 lbs. red potatoes, cut into chunks
1 cup frz. corn kernels, thawed…
This hearty colorful salad is a great potluck dish.
This is the one I teach at McDougall program and use all the time -great for potato salad with lots of dijon. Vit C makes it nice and tart – more like a sour cream than a mayo.
This is a great quick meal. To make the sauce richer, use more soy milk and less water.
- Homemade Veggie DogsAf few weeks ago, my family had a craving for hot dogs, and having heard so much about Field Roast Frankfurters*, I decided to give them a try. When I found them in the store and took a look at the package, it took a few minutes to get over my sticker shock, not at […]
- Home on the Electric RangeA long time ago, as my friend Jim was building the masonry stove in the house on Asbury Street, we got into a discussion about whether it’s satisfying to be right all the time. Jim is an intelligent and conscientious craftsman and at the time he was very invested in getting things right. And, “rightly,” […]