African Cricket Chili – therapeutic too

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AFRICAN CRICKET CHILI – therapeutic too

A ‘Cure Whatever Ails You’ Soup. Or at least you’ll think you’re cured. Hibiscus, lavender, black forbidden rice with lots of veggies, herbs and spice makes the alternative cricket tastes especially nice!

MAKES 24 cups

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AFC Coral Horseradish Sauce

AFC CORAL HORSERADISH SAUCE

Fresh grated horseradish processed with fresh garlic and ginger, extra virgin olive oil and boiled almonds. Preserved with apple cider vinegar, maple syrup and brown sugar, then seasoned with smoked paprika, fennel and coriander. Not your ordinary horseradish sauce!

Makes 4-1/2 cups

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Matzo Chili

Once you try the new way, you never go back to the old…

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MATZO CHILI

FIVE STAR. Do I need to say more? Follow The Recipe. Wouldn’t ya know that the best chili I ever had turned out to be Jewish, says Steve, who practically ate the whole pot! Man is this good…

Makes 13 cups

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Ginger Cranberry Sauce

GINGER CRANBERRY SAUCE

Ah-h-h. I love cranberry sauce. Fresh ginger pops these berries to a new level, while the ruby red grapefruit takes them on a different but delectable texture journey. Serve hot or cold as a condiment for main dishes, a dipping/spreading sauce for horsd’oeuvres, as a preserve on your favorite toasted breads and biscuits, or as a topper for cakes and ice-creams. Versatile is what I call the CRANBERRY! A fruit for all dishes, occasions and seasons! Don’t wait till next year to revisit the CRANBERRY!

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Red Snowy Coleslaw

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RED SNOWY COLESLAW

Who puts vegan parmesan cheese on coleslaw? The Animal-Free Chef. I’m changing the face of coleslaw. Giving it a new face. Hearty enough to be a main dish! Pop. Pop. Pop.

Makes 5-6 servings

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Broiled Tomato Cheese Triscuits

BROILED TOMATO CHEESE TRISCUITS

Hot cheese melting over fresh Roma tomato with the essence of herb permeating your senses making it feel like you’re eating a bite-size crispy mini pizza will delight your guests!  Even when these morsels are no longer hot, your enjoyment won’t diminish! Don’t forget the napkins!

Makes 36 canapes

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Meatless Sausage and Matzo Pate

MEATLESS SAUSAGE AND MATZO PATE

A meaty flavored and textured animal-free pate. This pate served as fried sliders on Jewish rye cocktail bread with mustard, veg mayo and cilantro will have your guests singing at any holiday gathering! 

Makes 4 cups

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FOLLOW HER RECIPE

DAD AND MOM

My mother knew how to follow a recipe. She also knew how to create her own. On one visit to the Homeland – Arthur Street in Springfield, Massachusetts – she made my minestrone soup from the cookbook I sent her. She put it in front of me at the table and watched while I ate. It looked and tasted exactly like mine. I couldn’t believe it. Perfect replication. I was thrilled.

My Dad, who never commented on my mother’s cooking, or anyone’s for that matter, said, “too many mushrooms” as he finished up the soup except for two mushroom slices left in the bowl. He’s the engineer. I could tell by Mom’s face that she liked that Dad said that. I liked it too – that he did that for her.

Another time, Carole made one of my appetizer relishes – only she used California olives instead of Kalamata olives. She told me in advance of me tasting it in front of the whole family. Of course the Kalamata olive was the star contributor to the success of the dish. I asked why did you use the other olive? She said she couldn’t find the Kalamata olives and didn’t even know how to say it. So why in Springfield, Massachusetts can’t you find Kalamata olives in mainstream grocery stores? Maybe because you have to go to a Greek store? Or an Italian store?

I taste.

Silence.

Then the crunch of the cracker.

I could hear the collective holding of the Davies breath for about 5 seconds. My sister’s face I still see up close in front of me wondering what my response would be to altering the recipe. Her eyes dance. Her smile coaxes me. She doesn’t know. At that moment nobody knew.

“YOU LIVE”, I said.

The collective Davies held breath ended in a sigh followed by a huge instantaneous, simultaneous laugh by everybody.

It was still good with the bland California olive. But…next time ask the grocer for the olives. And next time I see her I’m going to bring some of that relish with me, so she can see the difference. Hey, if she likes liver, which she does, then she’ll like Greek olives. Kalamata olives are the biggest blood fruit on the planet. That’s what the Greeks are supposed to eat, instead of the actual lamb.

To get back to Mom, she was always clipping recipes from all the women’s magazines she subscribed to. She read a lot, not just about women stuff. I remember her complaining about the fancy calorie-laden desserts they all had on the covers, then inside they were telling women how much they should weigh and how to diet. It didn’t make any sense to her. Then give us some diet recipes instead of all these high calorie ones.

Anyway, when she tried somebody else’s recipe and it didn’t come out as she trusted it would, then there was a flaw in the recipe, not in my mother’s execution of it. She proved that to me by making my minestrone soup when I went home for a family visit. Maybe someone did what Giada De Laurentiis did with her first cookbook – just pulled the recipes from their minds as the family sat around the table guessing at the actual measurements of the dishes they made, because they didn’t measure back then. They eyeballed.

You know everybody says lose weight (nobody ever said that to Peg Davies, except her), but then all these magazines have pictures of high calorie desserts on the covers. Yeah, and they still do Mom, after all these years.

My mother passed on 14 October 2016, three days before her 90th birthday. Although she was a person short on compliments to her immediate family, she did always say when I called her long distance, “yes, yes, I remember that now. Sharon, you always remember the happy stories for me.” She was right, I did that for her – every single time I called. I wrote happy stories too – just for her.

Now that’s another happy memory Mom. This time I shared it with others, instead of telling just to you.

Perfect timing. It’s all about the timing – in cooking anything.

Thanks.

And thank you too.

And measuring accurately my engineer father pipes in.

Well, I always measured accurately my mother reminds him with a little feigned indignation.

I know you did. I’m reminding her.

On earth as it is in heaven. Mom and Dad still arguing. I love it and love you two.

Go to bed everything’s good. Just follow her recipe.

MAK

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MAK ANTIPASTO RELISH FRO CRACKERS






Diet Coke Coffee Gravy

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BUBBLING GOODNESS. DIET COKE. COFFEE. GRAVY. HAPPY THANKSGIVING.

Makes 5-3/4 cups


3 c. water

2 c. Berry Cherry Blend (dried cherry, cranberry, blueberry by Traverse Bay Fruit Co.)

1 t. pink Himalayan salt

2 c. fresh brewed robust coffee (I used Zack’s Brews Cowell & Hubbard)

2 T. liquid smoke

3 T. unsweetened cocoa powder (use regular not dark cocoa)

2 t. guar gum powder

2 t. ground coriander

2 t. ground rosemary

2 t. garlic powder

zest and strained juice of 1 tangerine

1 T. light brown sugar

2 t. smoked paprika

1 t. Hatch ground chile

1/2 t. ground allspice


2 T. walnut oil

1 c. fine diced celery

2 c. fine dice yellow onion

1 t. pink salt

fresh grind black pepper

1 c. diet COKE


In large saucepan bring the water, dried berries and salt to boil. Reduce heat and cook 1/2 hour or till fruit is plump and tender.

Add coffee, liquid smoke, powdered cocoa. Stir well.

Add guar gum powder through wire mesh strainer and immediately whisk into top of gravy till thoroughly dissolved and no white spots remain.

Add coriander, rosemary, garlic, tangerine zest and juice, brown sugar, smoked paprika, Hatch ground chile and allspice. Stir and salt and pepper to taste.

Add diet COKE. Stir well, then keep on low heat, stirring occasionally, while you saute the veggies.

In large skillet, over medium-low heat, melt oil.

Add celery, onion and salt, then saute till translucent and brown-tinged. Add to gravy.

Stir well and cook on low heat till all is to your liking.

Bring to room temperature, then pack into covered containers and refrigerate overnight to mature and meld the flavors.


Notes: You can go ahead and saute the veggies while the berries cook in water, just be sure you end up cooking the gravy long enough. You want the gravy to develop rich flavor and texture achievements.

Serve over stuffing or veggie meats.






Fig And Yam English Muffin Stuffin’

FIG AND YAM ENGLISH MUFFIN STUFFIN’

This Middle Eastern delicacy, straight from the influence of AFC’s London kitchen, was meant to impress on every level! Make any holiday great! A gift!

Serves 6-9

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AFC Diet Coke Zero Calorie Salad Dressing

 

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AFC DIET COKE ZERO CALORIE SALAD DRESSING ©

Everything you want in a dressing!

This Is the Place! 

Zero Calories!

Makes almost 3 cups

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John Robbins ~ DIET FOR A NEW AMERICA

A powerful wave of awakening is sweeping across the earth today. Everywhere people are realizing that we have been unnecessarily fighting a war against the environment, against animals, and against ourselves. In every part of the world people are now wanting to bring their lives into deeper alignment with more life affirmative values and a respect for Creation and its creatures.

But to many the prospect of becoming vegetarian seems like a deprivation. You may grant that it’s healthier, kinder and lighter on our resource base to avoid animal products, but, you may say, you like the finer things in life, and do not want to survive on brown rice and tofu. You want to be healthy, yes, but perhaps wonder if it’s worth it if it requires a diet of alfalfa sprouts, wheat germ and mashed yeast.

In COOKING WITHOUT ANIMALS Sharon Davies-Tight has come to the rescue, and banished such fears. For her book is a connoisseur’s delight, impeccably designed for the person who enjoys cooking, and considers creating edible delights to be one of lifes worthy achievements. The recipes are clearly thought out, and presented with crystal clear clarity. The detail and variety are impressive, and the result is a book that treats the preparing of meals as a high art.

COOKING WITHOUT ANIMALS may well be the most comprehensive guide to purely vegetarian gourmet cooking yet written.

Sharon obviously loves cooking, and does not cut corners when the price would be a compromise in the final product. Nothing is half-baked, vague or left to your imagination. In fact, the directions could not be easier to understand, and can lead even a rank amateur to the culinary heights of expertise. If you want to expand your repertoire of non-animal fare, she’s your lady. Be advised though, that if you want to go very low-fat, and stay with what are termed as “health foods”, such as whole grain baked goods, this book may not be for you. It’s for people to whom the creation of fine cuisine without the products of animal suffering is the goal, not the elimination of all packaged or refined foods.

With every passing day more and more people are seeing that how we treat other beings says something important about us as people. The treatment of animals in contemporary factory farms is so appallingly cruel that you do not have to be in any way sentimental to find it unacceptable. The vegetarian journey is made easier by books such as COOKING WITHOUT ANIMALS, which yields to none in delights for the palate.

Choosing to no longer swallow the products of pain is an act, not only of compassion for the animals, but of self-respect. As Sharon says, you have every reason to be proud of yourself for taking such a step. She’s proud of you; and so as I.

~ John Robbins, author, DIET FOR A NEW AMERICA


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Saffron Pesto Rotini

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SAFFRON PESTO ROTINI

This is just one of the uses for SAFFRON WALNUT PESTO:

Sauteed celery, red pepper and onion mixed with cooked tri-color rotini pasta, then tossed with Saffron Walnut Pesto that was heated till bubbly with a can of Bush’s Vegetarian Baked Beans! All the more creamy with the beans! You won’t believe how flavorful and textural this dish becomes! Tossed with fresh cut grape tomatoes and topped with a fresh combo of chopped mint, basil and sage!

Makes 9 cups

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Saffron Walnut Pesto

SAFFRON WALNUT PESTO

Made with fresh basil and mint, garlic and mustard, Almond Breeze AlmondMilk, Daiya Pepperjack Style Shredded vegan Cheese and extra virgin olive oil. A powerfully expressed avant-guarde version of pesto!

Makes 4-1/2 cups

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African Tomato Nut Pesto Linguini

AFRICAN TOMATO NUT PESTO

AFRICAN TOMATO NUT PESTO LINGUINI #4

Made with veggie pepperoni, garlic and extra virgin olive oil. Powerful flavors that pack a powerful pasta punch. Serve with red wine, beer or lemonade! This is my Vincent van Gogh of pesto pasta dishes. Rich, filling, satisfies on all levels.

Serves 6-8

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Potato Salad For Two

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POTATO SALAD FOR TWO

Bake up a bunch of potatoes, refrigerate, then make individual potato salads as you want them. This way, the dressing and ingredients don’t get watered down and old-tasting. It’s fresh each time. Thick Lime Cream Sauce is perfect for a mayonnaise substitute. Use your leftover pickle juices to thin the sauce when stirring the salad!

Serves 2

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African Fruit Salad

AFRICAN FRUIT SALAD #2

Yes it’s African. What’s the matter with that? Hey, I researched it after the fact of naming it African.  Africans eat dates, pineapples and bananas – there’s a big history there. That’s all the proof I need, that Africans don’t require animals in their diet. They just think they do. It’s a status symbol. Like with everybody. It’s all about status.

African Fruit Salad is one of the most delicious, easy to make and unique fruit salads of all time! Made with precision! And, it holds up well. And, you now have a way to keep your bananas from discoloring in the salad!

Makes 7 cups salad

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Thick Lime Cream Sauce – how to make

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THICK LIME CREAM SAUCE

A thick soy based citrus and turmeric cream sauce that can be used in both sweet and savory plus hot and cold recipes!

Makes 2-1/3 cups

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Cream Of Tomato Pumpkin Soup

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CREAM OF TOMATO PUMPKIN SOUP

A rich, elegant, powerfully expressed creamy soup! Common ingredients don’t detract from its beauty, in fact, they enhance it!

Makes 9 cups

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Red Miso Balsamic Salad Dressing

FAT-FREE. Concentrated. A great dressing for tossing salads, not drizzling!

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RED MISO BALSAMIC SALAD DRESSING

A concentrated salad dressing that focuses more on taste sensations rather than individual flavors.  Fat-Free! 

Makes about 3 cups

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Bourbon Barbecue Apple Shortcake

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Bourbon Barbecue Apple Shortcake

Red and green apple slices cooked in bourbon whiskey, Guy Fieri Brown Sugar barbecue sauce and Grade A maple syrup. Spooned over toasted English muffin. Topped with veg whipped cream and a sprinkle of cinnamon! A perfect variation to the traditional strawberry shortcake!

Makes 3 servings

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Egg vs Plant

Using an egg squeezed from a hen to bind a cake is a lot weirder than using a gummy substance squeezed from a plant to bind a cake.

~ Chef Sharon Lee Davies-Tight






 

Foreign Foods In Foreign Lands

I don’t like French food in France. I don’t like Russian food in Russia. I don’t like Hawaiian food in Hawaii. I don’t like Asian food in Hawaii. I don’t like Italian food in Italy. I don’t like German food in Germany. I don’t like Mexican food in Mexico. I don’t like English food in Britain. I don’t like Dutch food in Holland (the Netherlands). I don’t like Swiss food in Switzerland. I don’t like Belgian food in Belgium. I don’t like Austrian food in Austria. I don’t like Finnish food in Finland.

I don’t like street food anywhere.

I like everything À la Sharon. My way not your way. My taste buds not yours. In the style and manner of me. Using ingredients I like from everywhere that I want them from, combined and cooked the way I like to combine and cook them, not according to your culture or your dried up used up old never going to work for me method. I don’t give a rat’s ass about your culture and how you dismember an animal dead or alive passed down from generation to generation of serial offenders.

I don’t like your bread unless it’s made in an American bakery – the way I like bread to be made, the way I like bread to taste and texture. I don’t want you to pound the dough on a rock with filthy hands you scratched your ass and the snot from your nose with, then sell it to me as authentic.

The only thing I want authentic is me – not your greasy, slimy, dirty, grown in toilet water garbage that you call authentic foreign food.

I don’t like the animal in anything.

So all you foreigners who eat insects, keep them out of the foods you sell to me, unbeknownst to me, because you made a deal with somebody in the USA government giving you permission to use products I don’t want in my food. We’ll make the people adjust was the plan.

Not this old lady. I don’t adjust to slaughter and filth and allergic reactions to shell insects – yeah that’s right. Shell fish. Shell insects, beetles, whatever the name du jour happens to be in any given year. Keep your allergy producing foods in your own country, in your own pantry. I don’t want them.

It’s about moving forward – not moving backwards, where we all return to the jungle to scrape the dirt with sticks to gouge up worms for snacks. Whose global planning idea was that?

Fire their asses.






 

AFC WILD PUMPKIN SEED SAUSAGE BURGERS

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AFC WILD PUMPKIN SEED SAUSAGE BURGERS 

Okay, this is super easy once you make the rice, and that’s easy too! No-bake burgers. Form the patties, put them between wax paper in a covered container and refrigerate till ready to use. I made 1 batch; next time I’d make 2 batches. Really good texture and flavor. Easy as all get out!

Makes 10 burgers

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CHOCOLATE COVERED STRAWBERRIES

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CHOCOLATE COVERED STRAWBERRIES

A special occasion calls for a special dessert! Animal-free of course! Happy Easter to you and yours. For those who don’t celebrate Easter, then celebrate something else that’s special to you!!

Makes a bunch

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BAKED VEG CHEESE AND VEAL CANNELLONI

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BAKED VEG CHEESE AND VEAL CANNELLONI

We use the other white plant meat for this fine American-Italian casserole. Veg veal! I think I’ve had veal once or twice aside from a luncheon sandwich meat called veal loaf back in the long ago days. I recall it not having much flavor – not the loaf that tasted more like bologna, but the fresh pounded cutlets.

Mild in flavor, soft when ground, which is what we did here. We, meaning me. I figured I must have had some divine or other intervention help on this one, since I nailed it first time. On my birthday too! Had no idea I’d be cooking today. Must be that Alpha Lipoid Acid I’m taking that fixes fatigue. It works.

What a treat. OMGod does this have meat in it? And the sauce!! All so rich, all so wonderful!

Makes 14 stuffed cannelloni

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SHARON’S DIRT BROTH

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SHARON’S DIRT BROTH

The animal-free chef’s answer to Bone Broth! Instead of cannibalizing an animal to cure what ails me, I go to the soil and the salt of the earth! The best feel good broth I’ve ever had. Before – During – After.

Makes 35 cups

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MARINARA MARINARA

MARINARA MARINARA

The perfect sauce for lasagna, manicotti and all other pasta shapes! Also good on hot subs, over rice, mashed potatoes and veggie meats! Or serve it in appetizer bowls with hot toasted bread strips!

Makes 5-1/4 cups

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SHARON’S MANICOTTI

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SHARON’S MANICOTTI

This has been a long time in the planning and waiting stages – mainly to get the filling right absent any animal products. It’s a success I waited three decades to achieve.

Makes 11 stuffed pasta and 5-1/4 cups sauce

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QUINOA VEG CLAM & OYSTER CHOWDER

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QUINOA VEG CLAM & OYSTER CHOWDER

Who would believe it? Sea water, wild mushrooms and saffron give this chowder it’s sea flavor. Tastes like tender clams and oysters, with the toasted quinoa creating a perfect texture extension for the veg sea food. Bold and wonderful!

Makes 9-1/4 cups

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TOASTED QUINOA BREAKFAST PIE

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TOASTED QUINOA BREAKFAST PIE

A pearly Toasted Quinoa Breakfast Pie made pearly by the addition of Minute Tapioca. Cooked in almond milk with brown sugar, raisins and vanilla. Served hot in a bowl drizzled with additional almond milk and topped with a smoky mixed nut crumble, a pat of margarine, light brown sugar, then dusted with cinnamon. 

For an added treat, add to the toppings a tablespoon of Jif Whip Peanut Butter & Chocolate and a dusting of unsweetened dark cocoa!  A true breakfast delight!

Makes 4-1/2 cups

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GLUTEN-FREE VEGGIE NOODLE SOUP

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GLUTEN-FREE VEGGIE NOODLE SOUP

My Fat-Free Fling Soup. OMGod. Off the planet. Thank you for this beautiful gift!

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HIDING BEHIND THE VEGAN LABEL

People on Facebook who comment on vegan recipes using the words ‘puke’, ‘yuck’, ‘ghastly’ or words describing other body functions associated with waste, who also claim to be vegan are hiding their eating disorders and food phobias under the vegan label.

Or worse, they’re terrorist trolls posing as vegans to take real vegans down by associating repulsive words with vegan foods.






 

GYPTIAN RICE

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GYPTIAN RICE

White and wild rices, cashews and raisins seasoned with garlic, saffron and mint. Served with orange zest, and a maple syrup and extra virgin olive oil drizzle! Takes me someplace I haven’t been before and I like it. Steve loves it. Elegant, he remarked. And delicious! Mostly fat-free!

Makes 14 cups

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SPAGHETTI RICE PILAF

SPAGHETTI RICE PILAF

The holidays are gone. That doesn’t mean great tasting food went with them! Enjoying a special rice pilaf made with browned gluten-free spaghetti sticks (Bonta d’Italia Authentic Italian Pasta), curry-coriander rice, sautéed peppers, onions and peas. Tossed with walnut crumbles and served with a drizzle of extra virgin olive oil! Sunday dinner anybody?

Makes 9 cups

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CASHEW PAPRIKASH CHEESE SAUCE

CASHEW PAPRIKASH CHEESE SAUCE

An easy to make, delicious cheese sauce using raw cashews that have been cooked till soft, then blended with flavor enhancing ingredients – carrot juice being one of them! Take a look!

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CAULIFLOWER PUREE

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CAULIFLOWER PUREE

Fresh boiled cauliflower buds processed with margarine and extra virgin olive oil till ultra-smooth. Seasoned with garlic, dry mustard and fresh grind sea salt and black pepper. Served with tomato vinaigrette and fresh steamed peas. Garnished with fresh basil!

Makes 4 cups

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PROGRESSIVE BRAIN DISEASE

High animal diet equals high progressive brain disease probability.

~ Sharon Lee Davies-Tight






ANIMAL – PLANT

You can’t make an animal taste and texture like a plant, but you can make a plant taste and texture like an animal.

~ Sharon Lee Davies-Tight







CHARRED BRUSSEL SPROUTS

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CHARRED BRUSSEL SPROUTS

Fresh steamed brussel sprouts charred in a little extra virgin olive oil. Tossed with garlic, smoked paprika, fresh grind sea salt and black pepper. Served with Ball Park Mustard mixed with a little veggie mayo! Serve as hors d’oeuvre or side dish vegetable. Low fat!

Serves 6

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