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meet shane…Chef Shane has a giant passion for preaching to folks about real, nutrient-dense food and the divine effect it can have to help heal the hurting. Shane's mission is to show folks how simple it is to cook with real, whole foods and just how much better they’ll feel after they commit to giving their body what it needs - delicious and nutrient-dense real foods.
I love ratatouille! It is a dish that can be used for everything from sandwiches to top sausages and other meats to filling an omelette and so on. The version I’ve made here is my summery, chunkier version whereas my winter ratatouille is much more labor intensive with many more ingredients…but worth the effort, for sure. But, since it’s summer …
Haochi! Say what? That is “delicious” in Chinese! Remember, I told you in last week’s post on “Collard Greens De-bittered” that I would have a simple recipe for you and this is it! I show you how it’s done in the video and that’s followed by the recipe. So get to par-boiling some collards and whip up these Sesame …
It’s fall and that means collard greens have finally come back into their own after a long hot season of bitterness. If you’re living in the south and buying local you really don’t get fired up about any hearty green until that first cold snap. You’ve probably heard this, but the cold snap helps to bring out the sugars in …
For years and years I was afraid of butternut squash in its whole form. I would look at it and think, “where do I begin with that thing?” Until one day I just took a hold of that winter squash, cut it in half, deseeded it, roasted it and have been enjoying it ever since. I love a good multi-purpose …
Cauliflower is one of the most versatile vegetables around, don’t you think? And, if the jury is still out on cauliflower for you then give this recipe a try and you might be convinced otherwise. Cauliflower is great oven roasted, added to soups and stews, par-boiled for your crudite’ tray, and I love pureed/creamy cauliflower (be sure to check …