Here’s an interesting article recently printed in the New York Times that deals with the reality and dilemmas of eating animals raised for human consumption. Whether you’re a vegetarian or not, it’s an interesting read.
Versatile, easy to prepare, and delicious, a pot pie is perfect for any night of the week or for a festive vegetarian holiday meal, served with all the traditional trimmings. We love this with our tart, crisp Fruit Chutney. Using pre-made pie crust makes preparation even easier for stress free entertaining. These individual pot […]
Roasted Pumpkin Bisque Serves 4 This easy, festive soup is a beautiful addition to any holiday meal or served as a warm winter supper over braised hearty greens, with a salad, or a sandwich. Be sure to use fresh ginger as it lends a deep peppery warmth that powdered simply can’t deliver. One 2-3 lb. […]
I just received a question about rehydrating dry TVP (textured vegetable protein). Many stores carry ready to cook TVP in the form of faux “meats” (whether frozen, refrigerated, or canned), but in some areas, these types of products can be difficult to find. In that case, dry TVP may be your only alternative. For people […]
For all those people who have given carbs a bad rap and focused far too much on protein, this is an interesting little bit of news. It’s not earth-shaking, but for the mainstream media, it’s not half bad. A far cry from what we usually read…you’ll notice a general lack of animal products listed (any […]