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Cinco de Mayo Fiesta Salad with Creamy Chili Lime Dressing SOS Free

I was inspired to make this Mexican fiesta salad/hors d’oeuvre after attending the Food Revolution Summit, this year.  One of the best goals for eating we can have is to try to count the number of plants in each dish.  Here we have over nine.  This means we are getting tons of nutrition in every bite!

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Spicy Immune Boosting Vegetable Stock with Ginger and Mushrooms

I made this spicy, gingery, garlicky veggie stock for my best friend Gigi. Born in Texas, we both love spicy foods and she asked me for something to give her dishes a “kick”! Here it is! Not only does this stock tickle your tastebuds, it’s full of nutrients to make you feel great. Use this stock whenever a recipe calls for vegetable stock, or add vegetables to the stock and simmer until cooked through for a delicious, spicy vegetable soup. You can also use it in a salad dressing instead of oil or when making hummus!

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Post Holiday, or anytime, Reset Day

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The Best Pressure Cooker Butternut Squash Soup Amuse Bouche

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Roasted Kale, Persimmon & Beet Salad

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Cinco de Mayo Fiesta Salad with Creamy Chili Lime Dressing SOS Free

I was inspired to make this Mexican fiesta salad/hors d’oeuvre after attending the Food Revolution Summit, this year.  One of the best goals for eating we can have is to try to count the number of plants in each dish.  Here we have over nine.  This means we are getting tons of nutrition in every bite!

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Smoky Collard Greens with Poblano

Produce is at its best when it’s eaten just after harvesting. Very fresh and still “alive!” When the garden gifted me fennel, carrots and a bunch of collard green leaves, this special recipe spontaneously appeared in my mind. Smoky, garlicky and fresh, all at the same time, makes for a satisfying side dish. Add cooked beans, sweet potatoes and make it an entrée!

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Celery Root and Caramelized Pear Soup--SOS Free

Have you ever tried Celery Root (Celeriac)? You usually see these ugly duckling looking round gnarly bulbs in the vegetable section. I was curious to see what I could make with them. They are surprisingly sweet, not celery tasting at all! You’ll definitely become a fan after making this warming, satisfying soup!

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Sweet Potato in Tomato, Lime and Cardamom Sauce

This is a show stopping recipe–perfect for entertaining yourself, and your loved ones.  Tomato, lime, cardamom and cumin make for a  brilliant combination.  We make it SOS free and I promise…it does not sacrifice in deliciousness, as we add a lot more lime juice and dill than the recipe calls for.  Serve with a crunchy salad and you’ll be in heaven!  Ottolenghi suggests other options using this flavorful tomato sauce by replacing the sweet potatoes with tofu or chickpeas and served with a side of rice.

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Thanksgiving Tofu(rkey) Mushroom and Sweet Potato Roulade

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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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