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I owe you a wrap-up post for October Unprocessed, but the cooking bug caught up with me tonight, and I decided to go for it and share this recipe with you instead. First, let me say this: I’ve always hated … Continue reading
Last week I came across a link on Facebook, posted by Seattle Tilth. A blogger named Andrew Wilder was inviting people to join his challenge, October Unprocessed 2012. The idea is very simple: commit to eating only unprocessed foods in … Continue reading
I recently discovered smoked salt, and it’s been even more revelatory than smoked paprika (Seattleites, you know you can get both in bulk at Big John’s PFI, right?). I’m pretty sure that there are few things in life that aren’t … Continue reading
After a weekend of super-delicious food that was not super-big on fresh fruits or vegetables, I decided tonight called for a dinner centered around salad. Salad: Red leaf lettuce 1/4 Honeycrisp apple, cored and thinly sliced Several shavings from a … Continue reading
A couple weeks ago PCC tweeted this recipe from the Detroit Free Press for “Enchiladas Calabaza.” Here’s my tweaked and veganized version of it, which turned out great. It made a lot (the original recipe calls for WAY more squash … Continue reading