From the category archives:


How to make Kale Chips

March 3, 2010

Kale chips are what dehydrators are for, and dehydrators are what kale is for, and there’s an infinite loop in the works here that actually does have an end, which is IN MY BELLY! Seriously, kale chips are crazy delicious, and we make them with a tahini and nutritional yeast-based coating that also works well […]

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TGIF: Fresh screwdrivers!

February 26, 2010

It’s Friday, which means it’s time to kick back a bit, and if you consume alcohol but don’t incorporate your juicer into your drinking I’m here to assure you that you’re missing out! After my post about the R2D2-ness of my lemon juicer, I noticed that the photo I picked featured oranges, not lemons. Believe […]

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Gear review: 4 ways to juice lemons

February 25, 2010

If you don’t luck out at thrift stores, eBay, or Craigslist, getting started in juicing can be a serious investment.  One easy practice to start with can be adding fresh lemon and water to your morning routine. Method 1: your hands The cheapest and messiest way to do this is to cut a lemon in […]

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How to use a Pressure Cooker

February 23, 2010

We’re back! This week we’re not doing a recipe, but we are going over how to use a valuable piece of the modern kitchen arsenal: the pressure cooker. This thing makes dry beans a real possibility, with 10 minute cooking times instead of the 1-2 hours you’d spend boiling them in a regular pot, which […]

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Tuesday Twofer: Carrot Apple Juice

February 17, 2010

This juice takes me back to Christmas 1992.  Time compresses in interesting ways, but for me, in my memory, 1992 was the glory year for informercials, with Stop the Insanity, Tony Robbins, Tony Little (I think,) and, maybe most useful of all, Juiceman Jay Kordich. Though I wasn’t vegan at the time, my mom was […]

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Tuesday Twofer: Grapefruit Clementine Juice

February 9, 2010

I had some random fruits at the bottom of the bin, so I decided to add a clementine to the grapefruit juice I’d been having in the mornings lately: As you can see, it’s a little more orange… It was also a lot sweeter, so this would be a great juice to try if you […]

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Monday One-Day: Grapefruit Juice

February 8, 2010

Today’s single-ingredient juice is grapefruit. I honestly don’t remember if this was a red, pink, white, or teal* grapefruit, but this is one of my favourite pick-me-up juices for the morning: As with all juices, your throughput will vary according to the size of the fruits used and to a lesser extent your juicer, but […]

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July 25, 2009

Sorry for the delay, but as you can clearly see, I needed to get my hair just right! In this eposide, we go through a raw recipe that could also be used as a spread or sandwich filling if you don’t dehydrate it. Ingredients: 2 cups soaked almonds 4 stalks of celery 1 carrot 1/2 […]

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Everything in a Cookie

July 18, 2009

This is the cookie for people who can’t decide on anything, like your host, for example: peanut butter oatmeal raisin chocolate chip. If we put anything else in, we’d legally have to change the name to trail mix. 3 tbsp ground flax seeds 5 tbsp water 3/4 cup sugar 1/2 cup whole wheat flour 1/2 […]

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Raw Nut Loaf

July 11, 2009

Most raw recipes I see need a lot of planning so you can soak your nuts (heh heh) in advance and whatnot, but this one can be prepared in a hurry. It tastes better after sitting for a few hours, but it’s still pretty good fresh from the pan. From The Complete Book of Raw […]

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