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Hello fronds! Have you seen this vegetable before? Fiddleheads are tightly coiled young fern (yes, fern!) fronds which are harvested to eat. Usually they come from the Ostrich Fern. We definitely enjoy them when they’re in season in Quebec! Have you had them before?
This here is a vegan ‘Mac n cheese’ with caramelized onion and leek, fiddleheads and puntarelle, which I discovered a couple weeks ago, topped with smoked paprika and pine nuts.
Tips to eat more veggies: Brighten your plate with vegetables that are red, orange, or dark green. They are full of vitamins and minerals. Try acorn squash, cherry tomatoes, sweet potatoes, beets, or collard greens. Not only do they taste delicious but they are also good for you. Check your local farmers market to find ones that are in season which will taste better 👍
#NaturesPartner is proud to provide this delicious green fruit to @thecado.co for an incredible educational and immersive avocado pop-up experience coming to San Diego this June! Follow @thecado.co for more information.
Checkmate! New recipe for @eatbanza's plant-based recipe contest this month! This Asian-inspired dish contains all of my favorites: @eatbanza pasta, baby bok choy, mix of mushrooms, carrots, onions, and tofu marinated in an Asian soy sauce based marinade!🤤Super easy and delicious. Many people tell me they don't like tofu because it doesn't taste like anything, but that's precisely what makes it great! It takes on whatever flavor you season or marinade it with. Plus, 9grams of protein per 3oz serving? Yes, please! Check out the marinade recipe and pro-tips below.👇🏽
1/3 cup soy sauce
1 1/2 tbsp brown sugar
1/2 tbsp garlic
1 tsp seame oil
2 tsp vinegar
1/2 tsp 5-spice powder
- use firm tofu for stir-fry dishes
- marinate tofu for 30mins
- remove tofu from marinade and cook on hot surface to crisp up the sides and use the marinade as a sauce over the stir fry - cook harder veggies like carrots first and leave the softer veggies like baby bok choy last
- Use the pasta water to thicken up the sauce
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House Fettuccini Pasta, Wild Ramp Top Pesto, Ramp Stem Relish, Sorrel Creme Fraiche, Crispy Ramp Roots, Mustard Greens #springmenu
I purposely wore black to work today because turmeric is unforgiving 😐.
Proof is in the fact it turned my vibrant veggie packed soup into a bowl of yellow overnight. (Delicious yellow though 😉).
Turmeric is a spice which the media caught wind of and it popped up everywhere overnight, with claims it could cure anything from baldness to diabetes. While there are associated health benefits, with moderate evidence suggesting it can assist with pain, inflammation and depression - attributed to the bioactive ingredient curcumin - don’t get caught up in the hype.
Appreciate turmeric as a tasty spice that can flavour healthy meals and can replace excess salt, sugar or fat. 🙌🏽.
Meet Anne @thyme_and_tides from Hastings, England 🏴 “My Grandad inspired me to grow food. He lived with me from the ages of 5 to 22 and we were lucky enough to have a large back garden. Grandad loved growing vegetables and he taught me so much. It was "our" time together that no one else intruded on. He would dig over the ground and then we would plant seeds and tend to the crops together. I learnt so much from him and those days out in the sun together provide some of my happiest childhood memories. He passed away 12 years ago now, but all I have to do is close my eyes and I can see him sitting there on the garden bench (usually smoking a rolled up cigarette!) next to our vegetable beds as if it were yesterday. He is without a doubt my biggest gardening inspiration.
I grow food because I love watching something amazing come from just a tiny seed or plant. It is such a wonderful feeling harvesting something that you have grown yourself and reaping the rewards of months of hard work and effort. As a Mother of two who works full time, it can be difficult to find the time for the plot, but I always make sure that I do! I have combated this by involving my children in growing and trying to get them interested in the allotment.
My inspiring message for the community is definitely tinged with sadness. Unfortunately just before Christmas, my father was diagnosed with terminal cancer. My birthday was in February and knowing it would likely be the last birthday I could share with him, he wanted to select a special gift for me. I suggested a Rose Bush. Dad always loved gardening (though he was more of a flower grower rather than vegetables) and he loves roses. Dad loved the idea and spent a great deal of time selecting the perfect rose bush online. I am going to plant it in the corner of my allotment plot. It will be there to inspire me and remind me that whatever happens, life continues and is beautiful. Every year when that rose blooms I will be reminded of my Dad and his love for me in the most beautiful way possible. Seasons change and life changes but there is always beauty and wonder to be found in this world, often in the smallest of things.”
Cześć! 😉 Powiem Wam, że jestem troszkę z siebie dumna - dziś mija mój 4 dzień bez mięsa w tym tygodniu. Jeszcze niedawno wydawało mi się to niemożliwe, ponieważ uwielbiam dania mięsne, w zasadzie to ciężko było mi sobie wyobrazić dzień bez kurczaka czy indyka pod różnymi postaciami. Oczywiście na ten moment nie mam w planach całkowitej rezygnacji z tych produktów, ale powiedzmy, że zaczynam poszukiwania innych smaków, staram się jeszcze bardziej doceniać wartość warzyw i owoców i to na ich bazie przygotowywać większość z moich dań. Mięso na pewno jeszcze nie raz pojawi się na moim talerzu, a co za tym idzie, zobaczycie je także tutaj 😉 Tymczasem dziś dzielę się z Wami obiadem - góra pieczonych warzyw (cukinia, szparagi, pomidorki, batat oraz pieczarki), do tego nuggetsy z tofu naturalnego (dobrze doprawione, w panierce z mąki ryżowej i sezamu) oraz domowy ostry sos chili. Bardzo jestem ciekawa czy próbowaliście kiedyś tofu i w jakiej postaci lubicie je jeść. Dla mnie to kolejne podejście, tym razem udane i muszę przyznać - te nuggetsy smakują jak kurczak 😂
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