Vegetarian Jap Chae – A Guest Recipe by Alice of Savory Sweet Life

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When a friend and well respected blogger like Michael Natkin invites you to guest post for his amazing food blog, .  When I first started Savory Sweet Life, Herbivoracious.com was one of the first blogs I frequently visited …

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Chopped Salad – Revisiting A Classic Recipe

Chopped salad is just exactly what it sounds like: a salad whose ingredients have all been cut down to a fairly uniform size, around 1/2" cubes. It works well as a side dish and it shines as one of the all time great entree salads when you want a lighter meal. It is easy to …

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Mining The Archives – Deliciousness You Might Have Missed

I'm got some commitments that will keep me from posting as many new recipes as usual for the next couple of weeks. I've been writing Herbivoracious for nearly three years now, and we've got lots of readers that weren't around in the early days. So I thought I'd feature a couple of delicious older posts …

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Avocado, Grapefruit, Mango, Yuzu, Cilantro

Apparently these are among my favorite ingredients for late-night culinary experiments, probably because there is so much that can be done with them raw. By playing with different cuts, you can achieve suprising and pleasing textures. The flavors are so automatically compatible, it is hard to do anything wrong. 

This would work great as an appetizer …

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Warm Fava Bean (Ful) Salad with Tamarind Dressing – Recipe

 

Dried fava beans (aka or ) come in several shapes and sizes; the kind you want for this salad are small and round, about the size of a chickpea, not lima bean shaped. The most typical preparation for them is ful mudammas. For today's dish, I used them in a warm salad spiked with …

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Gomashio – Japanese Sesame Seed and Salt Condiment – Recipe

 

I first learned about gomashio when my Mom was on a macrobiotic diet. The diet never stuck with me, but gomashio is simple and delicious whether or not it has any special healing powers.

What is gomashio (also spelled gomasio)? Simply toasted unhulled sesame seeds ground with sea salt in about a 10:1 …

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Pupusas De Queso – Salvadoran Cheese-Filled Tortillas – Recipe

Pupusas are El Salvador’s best known national delicacy. The concept is simple, just corn masa with a savory filling and flattened into a thick disc, then baked on a lightly-greased griddle or in a cast-iron skillet. Essentially like a quesadilla, though there is something different about the taste when the filling is cooked at the …

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