A nomelet is a savory pancake wrapped around a hearty filling, perfect for breakfast, brunch, or a light meal. This version updates a classic Cook for Good recipe to make it Nutritarian friendly. I took out the oil and added mushrooms. I also switched from yellow onions to red ones for more phytonutrients. Because this […]
Nomelets are not omelets, but they can play one at breakfast, brunch, or a casual dinner. Make easy pancakes from chickpea flour and wrap around your favorite filling. The result has the toothsome tenderness of an omelet without any cholesterol or disturbing uncooked gooey parts. It’s gluten-free too. My classic recipe calls for a filling […]
Make this quick and bright salad in less than ten minutes. It has only four or five ingredients, no added fat, and loads of nutrition. Raisins and balsamic vinegar add sweetness without sugar, so even kids and meat-and-potato men will eat—and enjoy!—their vegetables. Fast enough for a weeknight dinner, festive enough for Easter brunch. The […]
Do you wish you could wave your wand to summon a magical apple strudel like the one Queenie made in the movie Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them? You’ll have to go to Ilvermorny for that, but you can follow my recipe to make your own muggle-style. It’s easier than pie with store-bought filo pastry dough […]
Massage raw kale to make it tender and sweet, then toss with raisins and bell pepper for texture and more sweetness. Vegan and gluten-free. $1.39 a serving using organic ingredients.
Roasted spaghetti squash topped with tomato sauce, squash seeds, and vegan sausage for a hearty main course that makes its own bowl. Gluten free and vegan.