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    My new favorite recipe is from Huckleberry bakery in LA.

    Here's the gist:

    Roast some brussels, apples, and beets in olive oil or butter and some salt. In a pan, saute butter, a Tbsp of brined capers, some fresh rosemary, and minced garlic. Toss your roasted vegetables in that mixture. Top with feta cheese and a fried egg (put an egg on it!). It is awesome. I sometimes add some beet kraut to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kbean View Post
    My new favorite recipe is from Huckleberry bakery in LA.

    Here's the gist:

    Roast some brussels, apples, and beets in olive oil or butter and some salt. In a pan, saute butter, a Tbsp of brined capers, some fresh rosemary, and minced garlic. Toss your roasted vegetables in that mixture. Top with feta cheese and a fried egg (put an egg on it!). It is awesome. I sometimes add some beet kraut to it.
    Kbean - I just don't know if I can do the egg part. The rest sounds yummy!
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    Minimalist is what we have to do, so if that's hipster, then we're hipsterish I guess.
    If you put cauliflower in the food processor, dry and raw, and pulse a few times, you get cauliflower bits about the size of rice grains (though not the shape). You can then put that in a saucepan or casserole, season as desired, and cook as if it were rice, sort of. Actually, just boil or steam as you would any veggie. Rice on the stovetop is a different sort of process of high heat followed by low, so this doesn't cook the same as rice.

    But anyway, you can then use it for a base, in place of rice, for chicken, or grilled or fried mushrooms and vegetables.
    Middle-aged mom of 4 kids spanning a 10-year age range, homeschooling since 2009, and a public school mom also, since 2017.

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    Whoever posted a link on some other thread to the onceuponachef site... I dunno whether to love or hate you.

    But I do love the recipe for brussels sprouts au gratin. DS requested seconds of it when I made it earlier this week, and requested it again. Split them in half, roast em, add cream, bake some more. Top with melted butter, bread crumb, and cheese mix, broil for a couple minutes. Way easier than mixing up a white sauce.

    Not fermented, not lighter, but definitely tasty. At least I hit *roasted*.
    http://www.onceuponachef.com/2015/11...ts-gratin.html
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    I love love love my raw recipes! I have a lot of allergies so i have to substitute some stuff. Anyways, here is my recipe for Raw Almond Milk...
    6 oz Almonds soaked over night (rinse before mixing all ingredients)
    20 oz Spring Water
    Pinch of Sea Salt
    Splash of Vanilla
    Short Squeeze of Honey
    After rinsing the Almonds the next morning, put all ingredients in the blender. After blending pour through a strainer. Its good for 3 days.
    The Almond pulp can be used for raw almond bread.
    My fave raw sites are...

    Free Healthy Vegetarian and Vegan Recipes - Raw Food Recipes

    Simple, Satisfying Raw Food Recipes | The Rawtarian
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    I live in a city that is crawling with Hipsters! Best hipster recipes I've had came from Deb Perelman's site smitten kitchen

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    Hah! Im hipster and didnt even know it - Ive been noshing (thats my hipster word for it) on toast+avocado+cream cheese sandwiches for decades!

    I was looking up radish recipes (Im an optimist, and planted really long french breakfast radishes in the garden) and saw one for sauteed radishes, the new replacement for potatoes. Looks good but we will see.
    Homeschooling DS13, DS6.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Artmama View Post
    I live in a city that is crawling with Hipsters! Best hipster recipes I've had came from Deb Perelman's site smitten kitchen
    I do not think I am a 'hipster' (not sure what it is!) but I also love the smitten kitchen site.
    I recently stumbled on this site minimalistbaker. I haven't tried the recipes yet but plan to make several.
    finished 8th grade (our fifth year homeschooling)
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    Well, I am definitely not a hipster, but I just did this cauliflower curry in the slow cooker and it was a huge hit. I've recently discovered red lentils after spending decades eating their green and French cousins. I made it with barley and roasted brussels sprouts (huh, maybe I am an unhip hipster?) and everyone loved it. I use creamed coconut instead of canned coconut milk. Not exactly light, but whatever. The recipe author doesn't look like she has much hipster cred, FWIW:

    Slow Cooker Red Lentil Cauliflower Curry

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