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Disney’s Ratatouille SOS free

When the garden, (or the produce department!), gives zucchini’s, tomatoes and eggplant, it means ratatouille is calling your name!  Of course, we make it salt, oil, and sugar free, but trust me you won’t miss it. Tomatoes, inherently, have a super salty flavor, which helps us rely on spices to help further develop those flavors. By adding smoked sweet paprika and a pinch of heat, you’re sure to enjoy this healthier version, as much, or even more than the original!

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Zucchini Crust Pizza with Pesto Sauce and Colorful Heirloom Potatoes

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Watermelon, Coconut, and Berry Flag "Cake" for Fourth of July

Happy Birthday America! This is the Garden of Eydie way to celebrate the holiday healthfully. You can make this “cake” larger or smaller, depending on the size of your watermelon, and amount of berry toppings you add. It’s easy, healthy, fun to make, and oh so yummy! 

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Hydrating and Healing Green Smoothie

Dr. Brooke Goldner, author of “Goodbye Lupus,” is not only beautiful and inspiring, but a brilliant doctor who healed herself of Lupus.  She was dying, literally, of the disease.  Her doctors told her she wouldn’t live more than a year.  She met the handsome Thomas Tadlock, who asked her to marry him, and she asked him to get her in shape for their wedding.  This Green Smoothie was part of the protocol.

She drank it everyday, got super strong with weights and her Lupus symptoms diminished greatly…a side benefit they didn’t even realize would happen.  Within a few more months, her Lupus was GONE! was doing amazing things for her lupus.  It was healing her.  They drink their smoothie everyday, as well as her patients, flooding their bodies with nutrients and vitamins that fight free radicals and keep your body humming with health, no matter what ails you.

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Zucchini Crust Pizza with Pesto Sauce and Colorful Heirloom Potatoes

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Luck of the Irish Green “Eggs” and Naan

Garden of Eydie loves to celebrate holidays!  It’s especially exciting to come up with fun and delicious, plant based twists on the usual holiday fare. St. Patrick’s day is coming soon and we decided to start the day celebrating Dr. Seuss style, with an ode to the book “ Green Eggs and Ham”, but we made Green “Eggs” and Naan!  A pinch of Black Salt, which has a slight sulfur smell makes the scrambled tofu “eggs” taste like the real thing! It’s really good! 

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Sweet Potato Rosemary Mini Loaves

I love to entertain, and I also love to have something special and unexpected waiting for my guests when they sit down at the dining room table.  Of course flowers and candles are important, but how about a homemade little gift at each person’s place. This is what inspired me to make these mini sweet and savory bread loaves.  Sweet potato, rosemary and garlic are a delicious combination. Suggestion: Wrap the bread up with some parchment paper and a little twine, and write each guest’s name on the paper…making it a fun idea for a place card!

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Quinoa Bread with Raisins & Rosemary

There are many quinoa bread recipes on the Internet that look so good, but might have an ingredient or two that don’t work in the Garden of Eydie. Here’s one that does. We put our own spin on it by adding golden raisins and rosemary, making it a delicious breakfast treat or a very special bread for avocado toast.

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Hi, I’m Eydie!

Welcome to Garden of Eydie where my passion runs deep for helping others.  Here you’ll find inspiration for super healthy, vibrant recipes created to help prevent and/or reverse disease.  We are all about elevating each recipe’s nutritional content, and making it elegant to eat!  You’ll see this theme of elevate and elegance running through all of our information from cooking and entertaining tips to advice on how to curate, for yourself, a joyful, successful and blissful life.

 

 

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