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These savoury morsels are made in a mini muffin tin, so the scale is easy to imagine. They make use of fresh garden broccoli —...

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These savoury morsels are made in a mini muffin tin, so the scale is easy to imagine. They make use of fresh garden broccoli — when it’s ready to pick you have to use it all quick! Broccoli and Cheese...

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When our kohlrabi is ready for harvest, it’s got to come out of the garden before it gets woody on the bottom. So we’re always...

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When our kohlrabi is ready for harvest, it’s got to come out of the garden before it gets woody on the bottom. So we’re always keen for a variety of ways to use it. These Kohlrabi and Potato Cakes make...

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Happy Chinese New Year! If you’re looking for a simple side dish for your Chinese New Year gathering, this is your ticket. This dish needs...

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Happy Chinese New Year! If you’re looking for a simple side dish for your Chinese New Year gathering, this is your ticket. This dish needs only a few ingredients, yet packs a ton of flavour. If you planted pac choi...

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Everything tastes better with bacon – especially home grown asparagus picked fresh from the garden. This Bacon Wrapped Asparagus recipe is quick to prepare, easy...

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Everything tastes better with bacon – especially home grown asparagus picked fresh from the garden. This Bacon Wrapped Asparagus recipe is quick to prepare, easy to produce, and can be prepared ahead of time for a BBQ party or in an oven....

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This Tomatillo Salsa Recipe is a great side dish for any southwestern style meal, and it’s a nice way to use up tomatillos, which seem...

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This Tomatillo Salsa Recipe is a great side dish for any southwestern style meal, and it’s a nice way to use up tomatillos, which seem to ripen all at once at the end of summer. Combining the green tomatillos with...

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Salsa Verde (literally “green sauce”) is the most popular condiment in Mexico, ubiquitous on restaurant tables around the country. Good salsa verde recipes are easy to...

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Salsa Verde (literally “green sauce”) is the most popular condiment in Mexico, ubiquitous on restaurant tables around the country. Good salsa verde recipes are easy to make, and nearly all the ingredients can be grown in the home garden. Ingredients: 15...

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1 bunch kale, washed and dried 1 cup cashews 1/2 red bell pepper, stem and seeds removed, chopped into large pieces 1 clove garlic, peeled...

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1 bunch kale, washed and dried 1 cup cashews 1/2 red bell pepper, stem and seeds removed, chopped into large pieces 1 clove garlic, peeled 1 tablespoon soy sauce 2 tablespoons vegetable oil 1/3 cup nutritional yeast 1 lemon, peeled,...

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Wondering what to do with a mountain of zucchini? Dig into the pile and create a healthy treat to snack on. 125 mL (1/2 cup)...

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Wondering what to do with a mountain of zucchini? Dig into the pile and create a healthy treat to snack on. 125 mL (1/2 cup) white vinegar 125 mL (1/2 cup) water One medium zucchini 7.5 mL (1/2 Tbsp) sea...

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The ingredient list for this Cabbage pakoras recipe may not be immediately familiar to you, but they are all readily available these days. You may...

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The ingredient list for this Cabbage pakoras recipe may not be immediately familiar to you, but they are all readily available these days. You may not use very much ajwain, but it is one of the essential flavours here. When...

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We like to make a batch of this recipe every time we make regular hummus, tabouli, and other Mediterranean salads. This colourful Hummas and beets...

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We like to make a batch of this recipe every time we make regular hummus, tabouli, and other Mediterranean salads. This colourful Hummas and beets recipe adds colour and playful flavour offering a nice contrast to the meal. 540 mL can...

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The end of winter is bittersweet. It spells the end of cold, crisp days, but it’s also the beginning of gardening season, and what could...

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The end of winter is bittersweet. It spells the end of cold, crisp days, but it’s also the beginning of gardening season, and what could be better than that? This Bittersweet winter wrap uses some of the storage vegetables from...

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