Rice With Vegetables Seaweed And Sprouts Vegan Gluten Free Nut Free Healing Vegetable Soup With Kale And Broccoli Sprouts
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I can not tell you how many times I ve called my mom and said "mom I just have to have your recipe for such and such". It s been a slow accumulation of recipes but she chuckles each time I realize I need yet another recipe from her. Now that I have an adult daughter of my own I really wanted to pass the recipes on to her also. Many of these recipes she s been eating since she was old enough for solids. My daughter also has a recipe book from her aunt on her dad s side. Recipe scrapbooks can be given to aunts uncles cousins children etc. A 6x6 scrapbook works wonderfully. They are large enough to hold a 3x5 index card. You can also use an 8x8 scrapbook and have the recipes on paper instead of index cards. I think it s a great mix to combine photos and recipes.
Most scrapbooks are very expandable so there is room for many pages in one album. All of my cookbooks have measurement charts and converters in them so when making a recipe album it s great to add this information to either the back or the front. During the holidays many people often panic thinking about what side dish recipes to serve. In many cases side dish recipes are almost as important as the actual main course. In most homes during holiday dinners there is at least one serving of some type of vegetable. This would include vegetables like green beans cabbage or corn. Over the years however many families have gotten tired of eating the same old boring vegetables. In order to bring some life to these dishes many people have started spice up their side dish recipes.
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It is also nice to know what you are really eating. For breakfast I believe that fresh fruit is the best way to go. I especially like melon and papaya. For lunch I eat more fruit like apples bananas and perhaps some almonds or walnuts. It s better to eat many little healthy meals during the day. I try to buy only organic fruits however sometimes when I am rushed I purchase "ready to go" containers of mixed fruit at the grocery store. Try to stay away from pineapple as I find it hard to digest. How about starters in the evening? Serving vegetables raw is the ultimate healthy way to present them. Try creating a beautiful platter of crudité (crew di tay) better known as elegant rabbit food. Serve it with a savory tofu dip. Use cauliflower broccoli English cucumbers radishes green & yellow zucchinis Belgium endive carrot sticks whole small mushrooms or whatever appeals to you. Cut the vegetables in bite size pieces for dipping.