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30 Jul Raw Shiso Wraps – Two Ways (Vegan, Vegetarian, Gluten Free)

Raw Shiso Wraps - Two Ways When I came across the most gorgeous Shiso leaves I've ever seen at the market last week,  vibrant purple on one side and a deep green on the other, I bought three bunches (having absolutely no idea what to do with them at the time). Shiso is the Japanese name for an annual herb called Perilla, a leaf generally classified in the mint family that has slight citrus and basil notes as well. You can eat it raw or cooked, and I find as a general rule to use it anywhere you would use mint or basil. Since my over-purchase, I've made shiso miso soup, shiso tempura, pickled shiso, shiso cocktails, shiso salads, and more. The most successful of my experiments:  Shiso Wraps. Here are the recipes for two of my favorites, the first has a California market flair with goat cheese, apricots, almonds and jalapenos; the...

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23 Jul Superfoods: The Natural Side of Energy (Vegan, Vegetarian)

I'm really excited to share my first published article and recipe, from the July "Green Energy" issue of Green Living Magazine. Read all about my favorite energy boosting Superfoods and make a delicious and nutritious vegetarian (or vegan!) breakfast with my Superfood granola bowl recipe (and have the fuel to run the stairs a few more cycles!)Enjoy!xo,Stephanie ...

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22 Jul Long Bean & Eggplant Coconut Curry

Long Bean & Eggplant Coconut Curry Yield: 2 ServingsTime: 20 Minutes I have always been obsessed with the Szechwan green beans at Chinese Restaurants. In the pre-online-recipe days, I tried and failed to re-create the dish but never got it quite right. The ah-ha moment finally came when I discovered two things. One, that at the restaurants I was not eating garden variety green beans but actually Long Beans, a type bean that is grown on a climbing vine (instead of on a plant like regular green beans), has more of the flavor and texture of a green bean-asparagus mix, and are usually 1 – 1.5 feet in length (which is why they are also known as Yardlong Beans.) Two, that using the technique of dry frying (where you deep fry the beans without any coating or batter and the high heat sucks out a ton of the interior moisture and breaks...

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