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Pasta with Portobello Balsamic Cream Sauce | The Gluten Free Vegan

Pasta with Portobello Mushroom Balsamic Cream

This is a quick recipe and so just a quick introduction to the recipe today. Mushrooms in cream sauce seem to be kind of a thing I like. I’ve made a Creamy Mushroom Pasta dish already before on my blog. This one is a bit different. I want to say it’s a bit more refined […]

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Fresh Tomato & Basil Salad | The Gluten Free Vegan

{fast friday} Fresh Tomato & Basil Salad

I’m going to try doing something new here on Fridays. I am going to post a quick and easy dish that either is something I’ve created or point you in the direction of some other great ones I’ve come across in my wandering throughout the internet. The idea is that you’ll get a bit of […]

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Balsamic Roasted Cauliflower #vegan #glutenfree

Balsamic Roasted Cauliflower

Cauliflower kind of has a funny smell. Yes, that is how I choose to start this post. The aroma that is cut cauliflower. As a writer I should be able to come up with all sorts of adjectives to describe what cut cauliflower sitting in the fridge a day later does to the smell … […]

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homemade strawberry jam

Strawberry Jam – Three Ways

I have such a polarized relationship with small-batch canning. I believe there are some awesome reasons to do small-batch canning of produce. Here they are: There’s also the fact that you can experiment more freely because it’s just a batch of 4 tiny jars that you might potentially screw up, not a whole dozen of […]

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sliced red onions

Sweet Onion Jam

A while ago I bought a 10-lb. sack of red onions. It was on a whim. I justified it by saying they were cheap and I use red onions a lot. Both true things. But I’ve been “buying and justifying” a lot more lately and it’s a habit I need to break. I need to […]

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Roasted Beet & Quinoa Salad

Roasted Beet & Quinoa Salad

I’ve been craving fresh beets since the fall. I am seriously thinking I need to move (back) to a climate where the growing seasons are longer so I have better access to the vegetables and fruits I obsess over. The last shopping trip was quite successful with a bunch of beautiful kale for a great […]

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