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Week 2, Day 6: easiest day w/ Hummus, Pasta, and Chocolate Pudding

Scrumptious meals made from scratch, using healthy ingredients, that don't make you spend all your time in the kitchen? This 13th day of the Cook for Good Challenge will make you feel lucky that this can be true.

broth jar with sponge foods: rice, oatmeal, and noodles

Today, you boil noodles and green beans, then make a marvelous chocolate pudding for dessert. Keep your cool by cooking the pasta in just enough water to get the job done, as shown in the video below. Boil the pasta in water from your broth jar if you have any, and return that water plus the water from boiling green beans back into your broth jar. Use the broth to make any "sponge" foods: rice, oatmeal, or noodles.

Today's Menu

The bold text below shows what you'll be making today. Cut up the tomato and bell pepper to have for lunch if you didn't cut up a double batch yesterday. As snacks today, have the Brighter Popcorn you made on day 4 and some blueberries. Bake the Garlic Flatbread if you decided to not bake it all yesterday. Boil rotini, heat up the Tomato Sauce with Summer Squash, and make Green Beans Vinaigrette for dinner. Make a double batch of Chocolate Coldocado to eat as pudding or sorbet tonight and tomorrow.

breakfast toasted Good Whisk Bread, peanut butter, tea
lunch Hummus with Garlic Flatbread, tomato, bell pepper, and Spicy Cashew-Cream Sauce
snack Brighter Popcorn, blueberries
dinner rotini (page 170) with Tomato Sauce with Summer Squash, two tablespoons nutritional yeast, Green Beans Vinaigrette (page 204), Chocolate Coldocado (page 212)

Key Cook for Good ideas today

  • Collecting free vegetable broth
  • Cook once, enjoy twice or more
  • Getting the pleasure of variety by the same foods at different temperatures

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