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Hoppin John Salad Hoppin John Salad
Hoppin’ John is a rice and bean salad traditionally served in the southern United States on New Year’s Day to bring a year filled with luck. Eaten any time of year, however, this salad is delicious and loaded with cancer-fighting power-foods.
Hot Eggplant and Seitan Open-face Sandwich Hot Eggplant and Seitan Open-face Sandwich
I was imagining possible ways to use seitan, when this combination came to me. Even my 84-year-old mother liked it. If you have any fresh shiitake mushrooms, they would go well too; slice them and add to the sauce.
Hot Tamari Corn Chips Hot Tamari Corn Chips
Baked corn chips are easier to make at home than you might think. Double or triple this recipe if you're having a party!
How to Can Peaches How to Can Peaches
When the peaches are ripe and full of flavor, it's time to can them for the winter. Check your local farmer's market, grocery stores or U-Pick farms for the best deals. This recipe uses grape juice concentrate instead of sugar.
How to Make and Can Applesauce How to Make and Can Applesauce
If your family loves applesauce and you have an apple tree in your backyard, this is a no-brainer! If your neighbors have extra apples to share, take them up on their offer or look for sales on apples at your local farmer's market or grocery store.
How to Make Dried Okara How to Make Dried Okara
When you finish making Soymilk or Tofu, the remaining pulp is still valuable nutritionally. Here is a way to prepare it for storage.
How To Make Seitan from Wheat Flour How To Make Seitan from Wheat Flour
Seitan is a high-protein food made from wheat gluten.
How to Make Soy Milk How to Make Soy Milk
Making soy milk at home is economical and much tastier than store-bought!
How to Make Tofu How to Make Tofu
Homemade tofu. It takes about an hour and a half to make but tastes so much better than store bought!
How to Make Vegetable Stock How to Make Vegetable Stock
Vegetable stock -- homemade, very tasty and economical! A great base for soup, stew and chili.