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Green Beans with Roasted Garlic and Mushrooms Green Beans with Roasted Garlic and Mushrooms
Here is a great way to dress up green beans for a gourmet side dish or main course.
Green Curry Salad Green Curry Salad
With its bright tastes and crunchy textures, this is a crowd-pleaser. Just beware: it has to be eaten right away, so whatever you do, don’t add the dressing until just before you’re ready to serve.
Green Goddess Breakfast Drink Green Goddess Breakfast Drink
This is a very tasty way to get leafy greens into your children and spouses!
Green Goodie Smoothie Green Goodie Smoothie
This smoothie includes spirulina, an antioxidant-rich powder made from blue-green algae. It’s highly nutritious and doesn’t change the taste of this delicious fruit smoothie. It does, however, make it a beautiful green color.
Green Tea Smoothie Green Tea Smoothie
Try this unusual combination of berries and green tea for breakfast this morning.
Greta’s Cannellini Salad with Mint Greta’s Cannellini Salad with Mint
As quick and easy as this salad is, it has a sophisticated combination of flavors and textures. Just don’t skimp on the mint! This salad is best served immediately, at room temperature, but it can also be refrigerated and served the following day.
Grilled Italian Zucchini Sandwiches Grilled Italian Zucchini Sandwiches
Grill these all-in-one sandwiches outdoors on warm days or broil in the oven** when it's cold. Use 100% whole grain bread for a hearty meal.
Hazelnut Dip Hazelnut Dip
This is an ideal dip for pita bread, but it’s even better served with raw vegetables, such as celery sticks (or fingers, if you're entertaining an informal crowd). Be sure to use a good, fresh paprika.
Hearty Four Grain Breakfast Hearty Four Grain Breakfast
Whole Oats, Buckwheat, Brown and Black Rice are combined to make this breakfast before you go to bed. Wake up to a hearty flavor.
Hearty Oatmeal Hearty Oatmeal
This is not the instant variety. It will actually take 4 minutes longer to cook, but the hearty flavor with the addition of walnuts, flax and raisins will have you hooked.