Posts Tagged ‘cabbage’

Un Stuffed Cabbage Casserole in the Pressure Cooker

Stuffed Cabbage Casserole

This Un Stuffed Cabbage Casserole has all of the flavors of traditional Hungarian Stuffed Cabbage made faster, easier and less offensive to the olfactory senses.  My Hungarian mother-in-law makes her mother’s stuffed cabbage recipe every year just before Christmas. It is easy, but a little labor-intensive to fill and roll each piece, and then it simmers for…

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30 Minute Dinners – Healthy Alternatives to Fast Food

30 Minute Dinners

Here are ideas for 30 Minute Dinners recipes. Anyone with school-age children knows that things can get busy. Really busy with school and homework and practices and performances. And they want dinner every night! Grabbing some fast food in between activities is an option, but that can break your bottom line and your waistline pretty…

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10 Low Carb Vegetables and How to Prepare Them

10 Low Carb Vegetables

If you are counting net carbohydrates here are 10 low carb vegetables, packed with nutrients and are delicious too. I use the terms net carbs and digestible carbs interchangeably below. The number is calculated by subtracting the amount of fiber in grams from the total amount of carbohydrates contained in a 1 cup raw serving.…

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Storing Greens – 5 Rules for Lettuce, Cabbage, Other Greens

storing greens

Storing greens, after we purchase or grow is something we’re never taught, and there’s nothing more disheartening than opening the produce drawer of your refrigerator to make a salad and find that your lettuce has turned to a soggy mess. Or maybe you’re craving a green smoothie, and the kale is nothing but a shriveled…

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Baked Avocado and Vegetable Egg Rolls

baked avocado and vegetable egg rolls

This healthy vegetarian baked avocado and vegetable egg rolls recipe can be made with just about anything you happen to have on hand. The creamy avocado mixes nicely with the crunch of the shell and vegetables. But, the avocado does not reheat well, so only make enough to serve immediately. The sambal oelek in the sauce…

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Sauerkraut – Just in Time for Oktoberfest

Sauerkraut

The art of making Sauerkraut has been around a long time. People have been fermenting foods since Neolithic times, and for a good reason. Besides preserving the foods, fermented foods can be great healthy foods. Lacto-fermentation encourages the growth of good bacteria that, when eaten, promotes a healthy digestive system. You can buy a fermenting…

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Kick’n Vegetable Frittata – More Than a Breakfast Meal

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Start your morning right with a vegetable frittata. This one has nutrient-dense kale, purple cabbage, and a kick of red pepper. Just because they’re made with eggs, frittatas don’t need to be relegated only to breakfast. This meal can be enjoyed at any time of the day! Breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Vegetable Frittata Ingredients: 1…

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ABC Juice – Great for Juicing Newbies

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This ABC Juice is a good recipe if you’re new to juicing. It’s very sweet. And since pears apples beets and carrots all have high sugar content so go easy on this one. Even though cabbage isn’t one of the more popular juicing vegetables, it could be. Cabbage packs a nutrient punch! Cabbage is in…

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Carrot Cabbage Spinach Juice – A Major Nutrition Boost

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Try this simple Carrot Cabbage Spinach Juice for a boost of nutrition. It’s the carotenoids (antioxidants) that give carrots their color. One of these, beta carotene brings us the benefits of carrot juice in our bodies. Studies show that beta carotene helps our immune system, and also protects our skin and improves eye health. As…

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