Ginger Rogers Ale (parsnip, beet, & bell pepper juice)

Ginger Rogers Ale by Danielle Omar from Skinny Juices

This healthy and delicious take on ginger ale will help heal the digestive tract and support liver function, as it warms your body from the inside out. From Skinny Juices by Danielle Omar, MS, RD. Reprinted with permission from Da Capo Lifelong, © 2014. more→

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How to Freeze Garden Vegetables and Fruits

Peaches on table

A Q&A with Margaret Roach of A Way to Garden
In our household, my husband is the gardener, and I’m the cook. As gardeners know, each crop usually comes up within a short time span, and often in ridiculous quantities! The first year my husband did a vegetable garden, I called it “The Summer of the Chard Explosion.” The next year was “The Great Tomato Debacle,” during which we actually had to give away tomatoes to our CSA. I did try to freeze some of these overabundant garden goods, but didn’t feel confident that I was doing it right. The greens, especially, did not thaw out particularly well. more→

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New Potato Gratin with Tomatoes and Olives

new potatoes in basket

Made with summer’s new potatoes and garden tomatoes, this late-harvest dish is fragrant with herbs and olives. Serve warm or at room temperature, with a wedge of lemon and vegan mayonnaise.  Reprinted with permission from The New Vegetarian Cooking For Everyone  by Deborah Madison,copyright © 2014. Published by Ten Speed Press, an imprint of Random House LLC.

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Pico de Gallo

Pico De Gallo Salsa

Also known as salsa Mexicana and salsa cruda, this is what comes with the chips in Mexican restaurants. (Cruda means raw, not crude.) For best results, chop very finely; large chunks of tomato are hard to catch on a chip. Reprinted with permission from The New Vegetarian Cooking For Everyone  by Deborah Madison,copyright © 2014. Published by Ten Speed Press, an imprint of Random House LLC. more→

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