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Banana Date Muffins
When your bananas develop brown speckles, they’re ready for action! Freeze them for smoothies or use them to make these delicious banana muffins. With over 5 grams of fiber per muffin, these make a nutritious and filling snack.
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1-2-3-Sunshine Orange Pudding

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African Bean Soup
Sweet potatoes and peanuts are familiar ingredients in many African cuisines. In this colorful soup they are combined with garbanzo beans and other vegetables and served over cooked rice.
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Almost-Instant Black Bean Chili
This is a perfect make-ahead recipe, since this chili is even better the second day.
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Alphabet Soup
Little pasta in alphabet shapes makes this soup fun as well as nourishing.
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Always Great Brown Rice
Brown rice supplies more vitamins, minerals, protein, and fiber than does white rice. This cooking method ensures perfect rice and actually reduces the usual cooking time. Short-grain brown rice tends to be a bit chewy; long-grain brown rice is slightly more tender and fluffy. If brown rice is new to you, you may want to start with the long-grain variety.
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Ambrosia
This colorful fruit salad may be made up to a day in advance if you add the banana just before serving. Fruit-sweetened desserts not only satisfy a sweet tooth, but they’re full of healthy antioxidant-rich foods. In this case, you’re better off opting FOR dessert!
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Antipasto Salad
The vegetables in this salad are steamed until they are just tender, then marinated in a vinaigrette dressing. This salad is delicious hot or cold.
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Any Veggie Coconut Curry
The vegetables listed below are favorites, but any vegetables you have on hand can be used along with the non-dairy milk and spices. If you decide to use coconut milk, it is important to note that this product has a high fat content and should be used in moderation. Try lite coconut milk to get the sweet nutty coconut flavor without all the fat. Cauliflower, squash, and sweet potatoes are other tasty choices. This is a great way to use up “going-bad” fresh or frozen vegetables! Serve over rice or your favorite whole grain.
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Apple

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Apple and Parsnip Soup

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Apple butter
This is a simple pre-packaged food. No recipe is required.
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Apple Chutney
Chutney is a spicy relish that is served as a condiment with Indian meals. This basic chutney is made with apples. It will keep in the refrigerator for several weeks and may be frozen for longer storage.
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Apple Cinnamon Oatmeal

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Apple Cranberry Crisp
This dessert is perfect for autumn, when cranberries are available and apples are fresh, but you can make it at other times of the year if you buy extra bags of cranberries and freeze them. Brown rice syrup is available at health food stores.
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Apple Crisp
Choose a tart variety of apple, such as Pippin or Granny Smith, for an especially tasty dessert. For a special treat, top it with vanilla non-dairy "ice cream".
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Apple Crisp 2

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Apple Crisp 3
Use Pippins, Granny Smiths, or similar tart green applies for this dessert.
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Apple juice

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Apple Oat Muffins

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Apple Salad Cake

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Apple-Maple Fusion Topping
Pure maple syrup is unquestionably delicious, but it's also high in calories and a bit expensive. To reduce the cost to your waistline and your wallet, try this fabulous blend. It is so easy to make, adds a bit of extra nutrition, and extends the maple syrup while retaining all of its magnificent flavor. It's the perfect topping for pancakes, waffles, or French toast.
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Applesauce
Homemade applesauce is quite simple to prepare and full of flavor. It can be served hot or cold, or used as a topping for toast, pancakes, or cereal. Directions are given for cooking it on the stove or in a slow cooker.
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Applesauce Muffins

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Applesauce Muffins 2
These delicious, low-fat muffins take just 30 minutes to assemble and bake. Plus, they don’t use eggs or butter, which eliminates a great deal of unhealthy fat and cholesterol.
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Apricot Confections
Apricots are an excellent source of vitamin A and potassium. These impressive confections are simply wonderful!
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Apricot Smoothie
This is the perfect smoothie for early summer when apricots are ripe. To freeze fresh apricots, cut or break them in half and remove the pits, then layer them loosely in airtight containers or freezer bags. They will keep for six months to a year. You can also drain and freeze water-packed canned apricots for this smoothie. To freeze bananas, peel them, then cut or break into 1-inch pieces. Pack loosely in airtight containers or freezer bags.
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Apricot Tapioca

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Apricot “Chick’n” with Broccoli
Serve this dish over rice or quinoa.
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Apricot-Pineapple Gel

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Armenian Beans with Dill

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Artichoke Heart and Tomato Salad

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Asian Fusion Salad
A meal in itself!
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Asian Guacamole
The ginger, cilantro, sake, and chili give this guacamole an authentic island flair.
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Asian Persuasion Coleslaw
This salad is a rainbow of gorgeous colors, and its flavorful, gingery dressing will keep you coming back for “just one more taste.” The cabbage in this recipe adds numerous nutritional benefits and contains a group of cancer-fighting compounds called indoles that can help fight-off breast cancer cells.
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Asparagus and Almonds over Rice

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Asparagus and Veggie Ham Panini

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Asparagus Risotto
Use a mixture of yellow and red tomatoes in this dish to give it a festive look.
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Asparagus with Garlic and Pecans

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Autumn Stew
This colorful stew is a true celebration of the autumn's abundance. For special occasions, serve it in a pumpkin that has been hollowed-out and baked until just tender.
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Autumn Vegetable Bisque
Simple root vegetables are elevated to the status of royalty in this elegant and creamy soup.
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Aztec Salad
This delicious salad is also a visual feast. It may be made in advance and keeps well for several days.
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Bagel

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Baked Apples
These baked apples contain no added sugar or fat, yet are delicious and satisfying. Cook them the night before for a quick breakfast treat.
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Baked Bananas
For a real treat, top these warm bananas with a scoop of vanilla non-dairy frozen dessert.
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Baked Beans
These beans may be "baked" on the stovetop, in the oven, or in a slow cooker. The longer they cook, the more delicious they become. The optional torula yeast has a distinctive smoky flavor and is sold in natural food stores.
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baked potato

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baked sweet potato

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Baked Tofu
Baking tofu in a marinade is a simple way to infuse it with flavor. Enjoy it as a finger food or snack, or add it to soups, salads, and other prepared dishes. For best results, start with tofu that is firm or extra-firm, and make certain it is fresh by checking the expiration date on the package.
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Baked Tofu Sandwich
Baked tofu makes a wonderful snack or sandwich filling. It is firm and flavorful and comes in a variety of flavors. Look for it in the deli case at your natural food store or supermarket.
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