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  • Smoky Eggplant Hummus from mollyscookin in Kentwood, MI.
    I got this recipe from a health cook book. It is addicting! Whether you love hummus, or not, this is an impressive blend. Grilli...
  • Mango Avocado And Tomato Salsa from mollyscookin in Kentwood, MI.
    I found this online and tweeked it. This is such a tasty combination of great things! It is fresh and served best cold. You can...
  • Quinoa Turkey Meatloaf from mollyscookin in Kentwood, MI.
    This recipe comes from Quinoa-Recipes.com. http://www.quinoa-recipes.com/quinoa-pdf/Quinoa_Turkey_Meat_Loaf.pdf I have tweaked so...
  • Quinoa Crepes from mollyscookin in Kentwood, MI.
    This is a recipe taken from The Ancient Harvest Quinoa Box. It sounds good, and different than what most of the recipes in here co...
  • Taco Noodle Bake from mollyscookin in Kentwood, MI.
    This was always one of my favorite chicken recipes growing up. My father tweaked it from a food magazine twenty years ago. You c...
  • Easy Healthy Spinach Lasagna from mollyscookin in Kentwood, MI.
    This is a yummy vegetarian lasagna that is easy to make and tastes great....
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  • BetaG 3 years ago about Quinoa Crepes
    I made quinoa crepes today using quinoa
    flakes, an egg, skim milk & honey. They were delicious with crab salad & rarebit sauce. I think the flakes have a nuttier flavor & texture better for non-sweet fillings.
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  • suzyq181 3 years ago about Easy Healthy Spinach Lasagna
    I’m accustomed to submitting lengthy and detailed reviews so here it is: I kept the recipe the same, save for not finding normal mozzarella; and so I used some sort of rice-cheese substitute (‘rice shreads’ to be exact). I also used pre-washed, pre-packaged baby spinach, cut into tiny pieces. I used three garlic, but they were huge and I also added an additional one or two to my meat sauce--I like to try to at least add a personal touch to my sauces (although there usually isn’t time for 100% homemade)—for that, I sautéed some ground beef, onion and garlic; added a can of whole san marzano tomatoes (not organic, and about $2 a can—I pureed it before adding), and a very little bit of organic tomato sauce (‘Italian Herb’). Also, I added one whole egg for the sake of omega 3s in addition to the egg whites called for. Ah, yes, and organic whole wheat pasta. And I always use coconut oil cooking spray. So, when I went to use my normal-sized casserole glass dish, the sauce was too thick to spread it around, so I decided to make a lasagna pie (I use my pie dish for everything except pie I think). there were 3 layers of noodles of 5 layers of sauce and cheese (I had to break the lasagna up into awkward pieces to make it fit well enough into the pie dish). I kept it in my small apt-sized gas oven for the length and temperature recommended. My husband just came home and we just ate the first pieces. BANGIN’, and DEFINITLEY recommend, with or without tweaking/organic stuff. Happy cooking/eating!!
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  • amanda3 4 years ago about Easy Healthy Spinach Lasagna
    Wat about using fresh leafy spinach instead of frozen think work just the same
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  • scubasuz 4 years ago about Mango Avocado And Tomato Salsa
    yummy!!!!
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  • healthyfoodeater 4 years ago about Quinoa Turkey Meatloaf
    Hello GlutenFree,
    You can also use oats or you can make your own mix of equal parts of Rye flour, Oat Flour, and Barley flour. This mix is a little bit heavier so you would eat a smaller piece :-)
    Denap,
    Adobe is a brand name for a mix of spices.
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  • swamphunter007 5 years ago
    I Have A Boston Terrier Also, His name is Bobo. Keep eating meat, Its the best sorce for protein. Have A Great Day!
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  • bobbijo 6 years ago
    Thanks for the invite and I'd be happy to be one of your foodie pals! Can't wait to share recipes and some good conversation.
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  • maggiehc 6 years ago
    We haven't been to the Meijer Gardens when they've had butterflies but the indoor Christmas trees are really spectacular.
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  • turlak 6 years ago
    Buckwheat groats have kind of a nutty flavor to it. I use it in all kinds of casseroles in the place of rice or pasta, or I just use it as a side dish by itself. A health food store may have it, or they could order it for you. My husband was raised on it, and now my daughter loves it too. It has a distinctive smell when it is cooking, and the family just gets so excited when they can tell I'm cooking buckwheat! Good luck!
    ~Dawn
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  • turlak 6 years ago
    Thanks for the friend invite! I've never used quinoa. I use buckwheat groats, which I think the most uncommon of the grains. I can't even find them in the store, so we buy a 25 pound bag of roasted groats on the internet and split them between my husband's brother and us. I think I could just sub the groats for the quinoa in many of your tasty recipes! Have a great week!
    ~Dawn
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  • waterlily 6 years ago
    Because of how his name is spelled, I MUST pronounce it "OH skar"
    I hope you don't mind! He can never be "Ahs car" for me!!!!!He feels it, he knows deep within his being, he IS OH skar!!!!! There is a Russian male primo ballerino in his soul!!!!
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  • waterlily 6 years ago
    Hi there! Thanks for the friend invite. I recently developed a quinoa food crush, but mostly I just make pilaf with various veggies, so I hope you post lots of recipes. Love the pic of your Boston Terrier, love those pups!
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  • maggiehc 6 years ago
    Thanks for the friend invite! I'm also a lower carb half vegan/vegetarian. Your quinoa recipes look great.

    I had to map Kentwood, I had no idea where it was in MI. We haven't been in awhile but my son loved the Grand Rapids Children's Museum and I love the Meijer Gardens.
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  • tuilelaith 6 years ago
    Thank you for the friend invite! I can hardly wait to try out that spinach lasagna.
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  • mollyscookin 6 years ago
    Hello All- if you like quinoa, or want to know more about it- please join my group "Quinoa is Quool!"

    Thanks for the support and all the yummy possibilities
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