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I get a weekly box of vegetables from my CSA, and invented this recipe to use up my carrots and kale. The carrot crust is my invention, adapted from a zucchini crust I found in The Moosewood Cookbook (1977)--the original They Draw and Cook.
A dog ran down a Bronx street. Unfortunately, the dog was run over by a car. As a 14 year old, I was profoundly moved by seeing this. I became an ethical vegetarian that day. Years later, I read “Dick Gregory’s Natural Diet for Folks who Eat: Cookin’ with Mother Nature.” It was the funniest and most inspiring book about politics, food, diet, vegetarianism, fruitarians and breatharians I had ever read! The salad section explains that avocados, peppers, olives, squash, cucumbers and tomatoes are fruits! In Mr. Gregory’s book he emphasized the importance of eating raw fruits and vegetables, especially salad. This most unusual fruit salad is dedicated to Mr. Gregory.
In a pinch: Allergic to peppers? Use zucchini or yellow squash instead.
This recipe started out as a simple smoothie illustration meant to be a personal protest against the decision of the US to withdraw from the 2015 Paris Climate Agreement. I thought I should go to the next step and make a recipe out of it because what better channel to make your voice heard than art? The smoothie contains only green ingredients like cucumber, spinach, mint and lime and it is a very healthy, natural and refreshing drink, perfect for this hot summer...or for the even hotter summers to come. I say the world is green of anger ... my smoothie is too! Because Mother Earth doesn't need us, but we can't survive without her! Peace <3
This breakfast from Iran is a nice all-veg change from the usual stuff, but it can equally be made as a side dish, a dip, or take its place in a mezzeh. Or, half-bake a thin pizza crust, spread kadoo pish gaza on, and pop back into the oven till the dough is fully baked.
If you want to use fresh tomatoes instead of canned, you'll need to start with 200g (8 oz).
Every time I have potatoes in the house, I end up making this. Garlic+lemon+chilli = heaven on a plate! It's also a great way to use leftover baked potatoes. Some notes:
• You can fry the diced potatoes instead of baking them. I just avoid frying, myself.
• Hot pepper paste is perfect for this, but you can get quite close to it by using dried chilli flakes (or even cayenne powder) and tomato paste.
• Feel very free with the quantities! Have as much garlic, lemon and chilli as you like. And don't worry if you don't have cilantro/coriander leaves at hand, either, I do without it most of the time.
One of my own 'garden' salad recipes designed with a 1950s theme. Created after taking Ohn Mar Win's Skillshare class on designing a vintage inspired recipe. Researched colours, fonts as well as book cover and design layouts from the era. Found limited palettes, black lettering and outlines to be prevalent.