Category Archives: vegan recipes


Beany greens

by KalaLea on July 9, 2011 • Posted in Recipes

Recipe by KalaLea K

Serves 4 growing grandparents-to-be

If asked what food we need a lot more of, I would say GREENS!!! We should be eating them every single day. Packed with mega-loads of Vitamin K, A, and Vitamin C, greens & non-starchy veggies such as mushrooms and green beans combine well with lemons, limes, and tomatoes. Collard greens are also super low in calories and contain NO cholesterol. The leaves and stems
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Colorful Quinoa Salad

by KalaLea on June 17, 2011 • Posted in Recipes

Recipe by KalaLea K

Serves 4-6 quirky keen-wa Kings or Queens

Quinoa (keen-wa) also known as “the mother grain” by the Incas, is generally known to strengthen the entire body. It has more calcium than milk and is superb for new vegetarians who desire nutrient-dense foods. Also a great source of iron, phosophorous, B vitamins, and vitamin E. Prepare it for breakfast with almond milk, cinnamon & raisins or as a yummy side dish as below:
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Sweet potato fennel mash

by KalaLea on May 6, 2011 • Posted in Recipes

Recipe by KalaLea K


Serves 3-4 sweet ladies or gents

Sweet Potato Tip: In addition to removing toxins or metals from the body, you can use sweet potato if a child swallows a coin. Just feed him or her plenty of sweet potato and it will stick to the object and allow it to come out earlier in the bum. This cooling veggie is super rich in Vitamin A. Remember, they are awfully sweet so eating
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Cabbage, carrots, & apples, oh my!!

by KalaLea on January 23, 2011 • Posted in Recipes
Recipe by KalaLea K

Serves 4-6 depending on how greedy the bunch

You will need:
¼ water (tap water will do unless you live in Chernobyl)
2 peeled apples (green, granny smiths, empire, mutsu – the ones for pie baking)
1 small head of green or purple cabbage (if you use purple then your apples with turn pink :)
2-3 carrots (not the baby ones)
1 TBSP of apple cider vinegar or juice from half of
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What’s in Season: Spring

Apricots
Artichoke
Arugula
Asparagus
Avocado
Beets
Carrots
Cherries
Collards
Fennel
Mango
Mint
Pineapple
Radishes
Rhubarb
Snow Peas
Spinach
Strawberries
Sugar Snap Peas
Vidalia Onions


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