Gemmotherapy with Lauren Hubele

Posts Tagged ‘Plant-based eating’

An adaption of Jamie Oliver’s Vegan Shepherd’s Pie

We are having some unusually cold and icy days here in Austin and I am pulling from the comfort food recipes I tucked away during the blasting heat of summer. This particular version of Shepherd’s Pie is so worth the effort and absolutely won everyone over. Of course we would expect nothing less from the…

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Lauren’s Kitchen:  It’s a Wrap!

So I am a little obsessed with the best lunch hack ever—swiss chard rolls. I am so into this that I’ve been keeping a steady stock of chard in my fridge—crazy right? Well crazy-good is what I have to say. Chard rolls/wraps have been around for some time on the raw scene but it wasn’t…

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Gemmotherapy Answers: Why Go Plant-Based?

  Wouldn’t you like this to be the year that you resolved your seasonal allergies? Or possibly it’s that painful menses that gets in your way each month or chronic headaches? Whatever the symptom, the very reason you struggle with it is because the organs and systems designed to resolve it are not functioning at…

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Lauren’s Kitchen: Watermelon Gazpacho

This may be called watermelon gazpacho but it tastes exactly like summer. Every bite is absolutely loaded to the brim with summer flavors. Spicy freshly-plucked-from-the-garden Serrano chilies, sweet juicy watermelon that cracks wide open on the first cut, dense fruity tomatoes, and just a hint of fresh mint and basil. The only part of summer…

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Lauren’s Kitchen: Cucumber Corn Salad

So my husband, Joachim, and I share the grocery shopping as well as meal prep at our house. It is a unique divide however. He manages and maintains the fruit inventory because he makes the family morning smoothies and knows what he needs. You will recognize him as the guy at HEB or Whole Foods…

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Lauren’s Kitchen: Zucchini Agrodolce

Its only late June but there are plenty of local choices for zucchini and summer squash, both of which are equally good in this light, flavorful salad. By August you will be happy to have a collection of recipes on hand for this plentiful crop. This salad from 101 Cookbooks can be given a starring…

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