Monthly Archives: July 2010

Cuban-Inspired Black Beans and Rice

This dish has come to be known as a regional standard in Florida due to the popularization of black beans by the Cuban-American community. Once you have your cooked beans on hand, this preparation requires a minimum of effort.

Japanese Sea Vegetable and Noodle Salad

The colorful contrast of the carrots and parsley against the black arame and white noodles gives this Asian-style salad its remarkable beauty. It is also rich in calcium and quick to make. Contributed by Leslie Cerier, adapted from Going Wild in the Kitchen.*

Ginger-Arame Salad

Tofu, garlic, and ginger bring a taste of Asia to this quick and easy salad.

Creative Cooking with Sea Vegetables

I remember my first taste of sushi in Boulder, Colorado, summer of 1978. There I was studying voice, dance, arts in education and theater at the Naropa Institute. New friends invited me for lunch. They served rice and vegetables wrapped in toasted nori with a spicy wasabi dip. As they spoke about their macrobiotic diet, […]

Summer Smoothies

Smoothies are at once soothing and invigorating, luscious yet low in fat. They also offer a concentrated source of nourishment any time of day, and make an especially vibrant way to start a warm day or to enjoy as a refreshing snack. With fresh summer fruit at its peak, smoothies provide a delicious vehicle for […]

Summer Garden Salad Greens

Vegan Express

Featuring 160 Recipes for Quick, Delicious, and Healthy Meals * With a foreword by Neil Barnard, M.D., president, Physician’s Committee for Responsible Medicine Photography by Susan Voisin, Fat Free Vegan Kitchen  

Vegan Soups and Hearty Stews for All Seasons

Vegan Soups and Hearty Stews for All Seasons

In this completely revised and updated edition …