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Post Post Your Veggie Recipes Here
on: March 24, 2013, 09:01
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Hoping to spice up my veggie dishes and cooking ability. I would love to have your favorite veggie recipes: steamed, baked, soups etc....
The recipes cannot have any animal products, soy, wheat, sweeteners of any kind. They can include herbs, olive oil, lemon, and apple cider vinegar.

apazier
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Post Re: Post Your Veggie Recipes Here
on: June 9, 2013, 15:51
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I have converted many a brussel sprout hater into huge fans, by simply roasting them. I cut them in half and then par cook them first. Then I toss them in olive oil and spread them on a cookie sheet with some garlic salt on top. I roast them at 400 until they are crispy, tossing occasionally. If you can't have brussel sprouts, try this with cauliflower or broccoli.
Also, if you love beets, try cutting the tops off, rubbing olive oil on them and wrapping them in foil like baked potatoes. Bake at 400 for an hour. When they are cool enough, the skin will just rub right off. You can slice them and keep them in the fridge to throw onto salads or just snack on like candy.

bsphpro
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Post Re: Post Your Veggie Recipes Here
on: February 7, 2017, 21:42
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Quote from apazier on June 9, 2013, 15:51
I have converted many a brussel sprout hater into huge fans, by simply roasting them. I cut them in half and then par cook them first. Then I toss them in olive oil and spread them on a cookie sheet with some garlic salt on top. I roast them at 400 until they are crispy, tossing occasionally. If you can't have brussel sprouts, try this with cauliflower or broccoli.
Also, if you love beets, try cutting the tops off, rubbing olive oil on them and wrapping them in foil like baked potatoes. Bake at 400 for an hour. When they are cool enough, the skin will just rub right off. You can slice them and keep them in the fridge to throw onto salads or just snack on like candy.

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