These five Black women are leading the charge to create healthier alternatives to the soulful meals we love.
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ALKALINE ELECTRIC GLUTEN FREE BREAD NO KNEAD & GRAIN FREE | THE ELECTRIC CUPBOARD Our last Recipe Video: SUBSCRIBE: Alkaline Gluten Free Bread. This dish is vegan and gluten free. Ingredients Needed and links to find them: -Garbanzo Bean Flour -Sea Salt: -Grape Seed Oil: -Agave: -Perrier Water: VITACOST – You can buy many approved […]
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One of my favorite things to do is to go to a restaurant, eat a great meal or dish, and then recreate the dish or meal at home. When I’m served a great dish, I eat it more slowly and try to distinguish each individual flavor comprising the completed dish. Once I figure out what is in the dish, I can go home and experiment with different techniques and recipes.
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I have always believed that I can improve everything I do by finding an easier, quicker, and more effective way. I constantly commit myself to this motto. In this case, the result is an extremely light and healthy Parmigiana recipe, compared to the original. There is no frying involved, it just takes a few simple […]
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The time between now and the end of the year has historically been filled with lots of celebrating. And drinking. So I wanted to share some festive drinks in honor of the season. Now, around this time of year I always go browsing for yummy drink recipes that I want to try. Somehow, I never get to the part where I actually make any of them. However, this time I’m determined to make something between now and the new year. I just haven’t decided what yet. Problem is, Continue reading ‘Tis the Season to Be Tipsy and Merry
Cinnamon, ginger, turmeric and cardamom are just a few spices that instantly conjure up Christmas. I am using them in mulled wine, cakes, cookies, hot chocolate and coffee. I know turmeric and cardamom are not really spices for Christmas, but I think they deserve to be on my spices list for Christmas. Cinnamon is obtained […]
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