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Collard Greens Spinach Tomatoes Ginger Green Smoothie

Collard Greens Spinach Tomatoes Ginger Green Smoothie

Collard Greens Spinach Tomatoes Ginger Green Smoothie is a great vegan recipe way to begin the day. We each have three 12-oz. glasses of a green smoothie for our breakfast, so we usually completely fill the large container of our Vita-Mix high speed blender. We use about 1 to 1-1/2 pounds of greens in the […]

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Ginger Tea

Ginger Tea

Ginger tea is a quick and easy to make enjoyable hot beverage for after a meal or for any time of the day. This recipe will make 1 cup. This ginger tea recipe appears to be one of our own vegan kitchen discoveries, as we have not seen it in any other recipe collection. Preparation […]

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Ginger, Dried Ground

Ginger, Dried Ground

Ground ginger comes from drying and grinding the thickened, pungent, aromatic rhizome (root) of the tropically grown ginger plant, Zingiber officinale Ground ginger comes from drying and grinding the thickened, pungent, aromatic rhizome (root) of the tropically grown ginger plant, Zingiber officinale.  Ginger is widely used in Chinese food and is one of the seasonings […]

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Ginger

Ginger

Ginger is a tuber that is consumed whole as a delicacy, medicine, or spice.  Ginger is a tuber that is consumed whole as a delicacy, medicine, or spice. It is the rhizome of the plant Zingiber officinale.  Fresh ginger can be substituted for ground ginger at a ratio of 6 to 1 (1/4 cup ginger […]

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Apples, Ginger Gold

Apples, Ginger Gold

Ginger gold apples are a relatively new variety of early apples, which are now being sold in supermarkets as well as farm stores. They are sweet and crisp when newly harvested in late summer and early fall.  When they are placed in storage prior to sale, or are left unrefrigerated, some of the crispness may […]

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How to make “seitan” (also known as wheat meat)

Serves 6 This unique and versatile food is made from wheat and water! It’s been around for thousands of years. In Japanese, “sei” means “is” and “tan” means “protein.” Seitan is a complete protein, and with some creativity and imagination, it can easily replace chicken, beef, fish, pork…well, everything, actually! And it’s free of cholesterol, […]

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