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ETeSelle wrote:I NEVER woulda thunk of putting salsa on a sweet tater. ??? I'll have to try that (with some trepidation!).
Caroveggie wrote:Chard & Black Beans
Chard, Black Beans, and Mushrooms
Same as above, except beforehand cook chopped mushrooms and garlic in the oven at 425 F on parchment paper 15-20 minutes. Add to chard.
This book will save you money by using "everyday" inexpensive ingredients, save you time with easy, no fuss recipes and improve your health with each nutritional bite.
After vegan chef Lindsay S. Nixon wrapped up her popular cookbook The Happy Herbivore Cookbook last year, she went back to her kitchen in her new home of St. Maarten. Island living encouraged Nixon to come up with simpler fare, which led to a follow-up cookbook focusing on recipes that bring tasty back to quick-and-easy.
Now, in Nixon's much-anticipated follow-up cookbook, Everyday Happy Herbivore, readers will see, once again, that just because plant-based eating is optimal for health, it doesn't have to also be expensive or time-consuming.
Everyday Happy Herbivore includes more than 175 doable recipes--recipes that are so quick and easy, you could cook three healthy meals from scratch every day like Nixon does.
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