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garlic scape pesto

You don't have to wait for your basil or your garlic to make pesto with this recipe. For...

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Crusty bread, fresh tomato, spicy arugula, a drizzle of quality olive oil, a sprinkle of salt...

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Making Home-made Sauerkraut

The German word sauerkraut literally means "sour cabbage" and is the word used most often in the...

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Cherry tomatoes may not be the ones we spend our winters dreaming about, but what they lack in...

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Yes, squash and pumpkin seeds are edible. To prepare them, first clean the stringy flesh off the...

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Who says brussels sprouts are icky? Most likely someone who hasn't had them cooked properly...

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It never fails. You read a recipe for asparagus and no matter what kind of recipe it is: steamed...

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Although this appears at first glance to be quite labor intensive, the labors are spread out...

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A whole range of simple Lebanese vegetarian dishes, referred to as bi zeit in Arabic, are cooked...

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Chimichurri is Argentina's national condiment and a requirement for the famous Argentine...

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