Side Dish Recipes
Why make your own mayonnaise? While the store bought stuff is a convenient and cheap option, it is filled with such nastiness as soybean or vegetable oil, preservatives and chemicals. This homemade, healthy mayonnaise on the other hand is packed with protein and good fats, and tastes incredible! This Homemade Mayonnaise Recipe is simple to make and is a healthy addition to a tuna or chicken salad.View Recipe >
Our Sautéed Brussels Sprouts with Caramelized Onions uses just a few simple ingredients and quick, easy-to-follow directions. This modest recipe will demonstrate how lovely plant-based ingredients are when they are prepared in a straightforward and pure manner.View Recipe >
Crunchy on the outside and creamy on the inside, these healthy gluten free sweet potato fries are about to rock your world! They're "breaded" using a quinoa loaf and hemp seeds, then baked until golden brown. Sweet potato fries are the perfect alternative to french fries and make a mouthwatering snack, especially served with this White Bean Dip.View Recipe >
Yes you can make your own fermented vegetables at home! It only takes a few basic instruments and ingredients. Basically, most lacto-fermented foods are
nothing more than whole, chopped, sliced or grated vegetables placed in a brine of salt and water for a period of time at room temperature to let the
beneficial bacteria develop. Here is a suggestion for vegetable combination--but feel free to use any vegetables you like!