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Squash Soup Recipe

By Jane Sherry on Dec 19, 2019

Now that the weather is cooler, warm yourself with a winter squash soup. Make an easy nutritious Squash Soup. This recipe is good with either summer or winter squash, with Vegetarian, Vegan and Sattvic variations.
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Tags: ayurveda, foods for healing, herbs, recipes

Vegetarian Thanksgiving: Indian Spiced Chick Peas on Quinoa with Holy Basil, Brussels Sprouts in Ghee with Maple Syrup and Toasted Walnuts, Creamed Red Swiss Chard, Jicama, Fennel and Apple Salad

By Jane Sherry on Dec 11, 2019

This Veggie Plate Features a Stunning Spice Medley: Black Mustard Seed, Cumin Seed, Asofoetida, Ajowain, Anise Seed, Curry Powder, Star Anise Seed, Cinnamon Stick, whole Nutmeg create a delicious homemade Curry mix!
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Fall Chopped Salad with Walnut Miso Sherry Vinaigrette

By Jane Sherry on Nov 11, 2019

Jicama is an overlooked star of the salad universe. Jicama has a reputation as a great dieter’s food and has a real satisfying crunch. Not only is it a low calorie vegetable but it’s one which really satisfies hunger cravings.
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Tags: organic farming/gardening, recipes

Summer Quinoa Salad with Vegetables served with Tomato, Peach & Corn Relish

By Jane Sherry on Aug 5, 2016

This main course grain & vegetable 'salad' has been the hit dish of this summer season in our household for home or pot luck meals. The cooked quinoa, mixed with roast potatoes or tofu along with the freshest just cooked green vegetables from the farmer's market, lightly seasoned with the tastes of summer, make this dish not only easy to prepare but delicious to eat & filled with protein for someone on a vegetarian diet!
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Yummy Quick & Easy Zucchini Soup

By Jane Sherry on Apr 2, 2016

Summer time staple!! Zucchini Soup, nourishing, fast, simple & one way to use up that preponderance of Zucchinis!
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Saffron Brown Rice with Carrots

By Jane Sherry on Apr 15, 2013

Serve this dish as a main course or side dish. According to Ayurveda, saffron has wonderful healing qualities for all body types especially as a “blood revitalizer”.
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Tags: ayurveda, foods for healing, recipes

Iroquois White Corn

By Jane Sherry on Nov 7, 2012

Irouois white corn is an heirloom variety grown on the reservation in upstate New York. Here's how to get some, plus a tasty recipe for white cornbread that really rocks your tastebuds.
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The Lazy Gardener's Spring Cilantro Pumpkin Seed Pesto

By Jane Sherry on Aug 11, 2012

I am such a lazy gardener that I had the good fortune this spring to discover a veritable emerald forest of 'volunteer' young cilantro seedlings in the vegetable bed! Upon this serendipitous discovery I created a delicious way to make use of this delicious, nutritious & fragrant herb.
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Cucumber Raita or What to Do With Too Many Cucumbers

By Jane Sherry on Jul 10, 2012

When you have too many cucumbers & the heat is blazing, this is the perfect dish to cool you & your family & satisfy your hunger & thirst at the same time!
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Jane's Whole Wheat Orzo Pasta Prima Vera

By Jane Sherry on Sep 10, 2011

Our most recent visit to the farmer's market in Brentwood, California, inspired me to create this local version of a pasta primavera, which after all, is a dish where you get to celebrate the vegetable stars of springtime! This dish of vegetables with a bit of pasta will really shine & deeply satisfy your hunger for nourishment.
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Anti Radiation Main Course Meal of Tofu, Sweet Potato & Collards over Brown Rice

By Jane Sherry on Jun 12, 2011

Japanese researchers studied survivors of the atomic blast in Hiroshima & Nagasaki. Russian researchers after Chernobyl found miso & soy products such as tofu, and with seaweed, specifically kombu or kelp were effective in escorting radiation out of the body. Read More
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Anti-Radiation Salad Medley or Seaweed & Green Salad

By Jane Sherry on Apr 3, 2011

Why not build up your immune system, eat delicious food & escort potential radiation exposure out of your system at the same time! Try this easy way to eat your seaweed & your greens too! Just add a cup of nettles & red clover tea with this meal & you'll double your benefits in protecting your health after exposure to radiation or to prepare your immune system for whatever the future may hold.
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Tags: cancer - tools for healing, environmental crisis/solutions, foods for healing, recipes

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