America’s most hated vegetable — the one people despise before they even try it — is actually GREAT when you chipify it.
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It’s so easy to unwrap the little foil packages and throw them in boiling water. Vwah-la, ta-da—veggie broth for soup. The vegetarian bouillon cubes I have in my cupboard at the moment say “natural” right on the label, and “convenience without compromise.” Than means unprocessed, right? Not!
Roasting root veggies, like carrots, at a high temperature is a wonderful way to bring out their natural sweetness. This tasty recipe takes less than five minutes of active time to prepare, and can be a perfect addition to for meals or snacktime.
How often do you stand in front of the vegetable section of your market and have no idea what to do with them? Here are three basic techniques based on a healthier approach to cooking with vegetables — so the task of cooking your veggies isn’t so daunting.
When you open your mind to new ways of using food, you also open the possibility to making simple, quick meals. Here are some ideas on how to think about your veggies in new ways…
This stew is to vegetarians what a pot roast might be to those who eat meat. It’s full of rich, deep flavors; it’s incredibly hearty; it fills the whole house with wonderful aromas and it’s a true comfort food dish.
Sukkot is the perfect holiday complement to October Unprocessed, because it’s all about the autumn harvest.
A few months back, I was called out for using a prepared vegetable bouillon in a recipe, rather than making stock from scratch. Reader David wisely pointed out that “Homemade is easy, flavourful, healthy, and sustainable.”