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Homemade Falafel

Homemade Falafel

You can create excellent baked or pan-fried falafel using canned chickpeas, but if you want to make the universally loved deep-fried variety, you’ll need to use dried chickpeas, which you soak overnight in water before blitzing with the other ingredients. Dried chickpeas, even when partially hydrated through soaking, are drier and starchier than the canned variety, yielding a batter that will stick together and not disintegrate when deep-fried. This recipe comes from Delish.com and uses many of our veggies and herbs to create!

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Sleepy Lettuce Soup

Sleepy Lettuce Soup

Had enough salad for the season?  You can add your lettuce to a soup.  This recipe is from the book You Are What You Eat by Dr. Gillian McKeith. Serves 4 generously. (more…)

Warm Tatsoi Salad

Warm Tatsoi Salad

This recipe is a twist on warm spinach salad.  It works especially well with tatsoi, or experiment with any of the other tender greens we receive! It is quick and easy, saving you a step by not cooking the greens. (more…)

Fresh Herbs

Fresh Herbs

Everyone knows that a sprinkle of fresh herbs turns that ordinary family dinner into something extraordinary. But did you know that fresh herbs have a high antioxidant activity?  According to a US Department of Agriculture study, fresh herbs, in particular oregano, beat out fruits, vegetables, and even garlic! (more…)

Baba Ganoush

Baba Ganoush

Here’s a traditional baba ganoush recipe that goes great with chips, pita bread, or veggies.  When you get it right, baba ganoush is smooth and luxurious, smoky, and savory. (more…)

Summer Succotash

Summer Succotash

If you’re tired of traditional succotash, try this recipe from the “Simply Organic” by Jesse Ziff Cool.  It deviates from the classic style of succotash by substituting green beans for lima beans, and adding hot peppers, cumin, and lime for a southwestern twist. (more…)