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category "Favorite Recipes"

Food choices are an important part of the yogic path. We love sattvic recipes that support our practice. Please submit your favorites!

Meatless Monday: Black Bean Quinoa Soup

posted by Charlotte Bell on February 8, 2016 |

meatless mondayMeatless Monday: Black Bean Quinoa Soup I love soup in the wintertime. Slow cooking a pot of soup on the stove seems to warm my drafty, old house. The fragrance lingers for hours afterward. A pot of soup makes more than one meal, relieving the cook of the responsibility of planning and cooking at least one meal later in the week. And the best part: leftovers are even better than

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Meatless Monday: Red Velvet Soup

posted by Charlotte Bell on January 25, 2016 |

Red Velvet Soup for Meatless Monday The sense of smell is said to be the sense most closely linked to memory. The fragrance of certain foods, along with the taste, can sometimes catapult me to another time and place. Such is the case with today’s recipe. I first tasted Red Velvet Soup a few weeks into a 30-day silent Insight Meditation retreat at The Last Resort in Duck Creek, Utah,

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Meatless Monday: Vegan Raspberry-Almond “Torte” Cookies

posted by Charlotte Bell on January 18, 2016 |

meatless mondayMeatless Monday: Vegan Sweets! I’ve been sharing meatless recipes on this blog for a little over a year now. I just realized that in all that time, I’ve shared only one dessert. That definitely needs to be rectified. Last weekend I made some cookies for a gathering of friends. The recipe is an old favorite of mine that I’ve been making for decades. It comes from a cookbook I’ve used

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Meatless Monday: Tuscan Kale and White Bean Stew with Breadcrumb Topping

posted by Charlotte Bell on January 11, 2016 |

meatless mondayMeatless Monday: Savory Kale, Mushroom and White Bean Stew Soups and stews are my wintertime go-tos. I love being able to make a meal and enjoy it again later after the flavors have integrated. Soups and stews fit that bill perfectly. Today’s recipe, Tuscan White Bean Stew with Breadcrumb Topping, is warm and savory, but I especially enjoyed the crunch of the breadcrumb topping. I used Great Harvest Multigrain Sourdough

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Meatless Monday: Chickpea Lentil Quinoa Spinach Stew

posted by Charlotte Bell on January 4, 2016 |

meatless mondayMake a Protein-Rich One-Pot Meal for Meatless Monday After a somewhat chaotic, unpredictable holiday schedule, I’m enjoying settling back into “normal” life. One of my favorite relaxation activities—besides practicing asana—is to read cookbooks. I inherited this from my maternal grandmother, who always had a stack of Gourmet magazines on a stool in her kitchen. That same stool now occupies a spot in my own kitchen. It turns out that my

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Meatless Monday: Hearty Vegan Shepherd’s Pie

posted by Charlotte Bell on December 28, 2015 |

meatless mondayMeatless Monday: Vegan Shepherd’s Pie Temperatures here in Northern Utah have been well below freezing for the past week. Because I live in a drafty old house, I’ve been enjoying adding a little extra heat to my environment by using my oven. In addition, I’ve been enjoying warming my insides eating foods that help create internal heat. Think root veggies and wintry Brussels sprouts. For my Christmas dinner contribution I

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Meatless Monday: Chewy Sautéed Tofu

posted by Charlotte Bell on December 21, 2015 |

meatless mondayMeatless Monday: Simple Tofu Preparation for Stir Fries and Beyond In 1986, not long after Great Basin National Park was designated as a national park, I traveled there to visit its ancient Bristlecone Pine forest. In order to get there, we had to travel through Utah’s vast west desert. There’s not a whole lot of civilization out there, so when we stopped at a little gas station/convenience store, we decided

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Meatless Monday: Get Your Kale On

posted by Charlotte Bell on December 14, 2015 |

meatless mondayMeatless Monday: Pizza with Kale and Caramelized Onions When I was in college at Indiana University, I paid my tuition, housing and expenses from the salary and tips I earned serving at a well-known Bloomington haunt, Mother Bear’s Pizza Barn. Needless to say, I ate a lot of pizza back then. I ate pizza on my shifts, and when I came home, my roommate’s dog would follow me around because

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Meatless Monday: Pappardelle Pasta with Roasted Butternut Squash

posted by Charlotte Bell on December 7, 2015 |

mindful eatingMeatless Monday: Butternut Squash and Pappardelle Pasta I’ll admit I’m a cookbook junkie. I probably inherited this trait from my maternal grandmother, who kept a tall stack of Gourmet magazines on a little bench that I inherited some years ago. She just enjoyed reading them. I’m the same way. I love to read cookbooks, even though I may never get around to making the recipes I read. So even with

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Meatless Monday: Garlicky Kale with Tahini Dressing

posted by Charlotte Bell on November 30, 2015 |

meatless mondayMeatless Monday: A Kale Preparation to Die For Okay. I admit it. I love kale. I don’t just love it because it’s oh-so-trendy. I’ve grown it and eaten it since the mid-1980s. Maybe I’m just imagining it, but I feel sharper and more alive after I’ve eaten it. I also love growing it. It’s a truly sustainable vegetable. A half dozen plants supply me with more then enough kale for

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