Leslie Cerier’s sweet potato fries are a healthy way to be a little decadent. Sweet potatoes are loaded with beta-carotene and other vitamins and minerals; hemp seeds, a complete protein, are rich in omega-3s, fatty acids, fiber, minerals, and vitamins; and kelp has Vitamin C, calcium, iron, manganese, and magnesium. These are three of Leslie’s favorite foods, and crisp-frying Continue reading →
Mint, oregano, olives, and capers combine to create a fabulous and festive rice salad that’s perfect summertime fare. If you don’t have homemade Marinated Dried Tomatoes on hand, it’s fine to use store-bought. This is a great dish to make with fresh cooked or leftover cooked rice, and have fun choosing varieties of organic rice: basmati, jasmine, brown, red, among other exotic organic varieties available at your local coop or natural food store.
Quick, and colorful, this vegetable stir fry is rich and flavorful. You can use extra virgin coconut oil, extra virgin olive oil, or sesame oil for this delicious vegan and gluten-free side dish. Continue reading →
Slow roasting brings out the natural sweetness of root vegetables- sweet potatoes, parsnips, and beets. You can use extra virgin olive oil, or if you use organic virgin coconut oil, it will add a gorgeous yellow orange color and rich flavor to this vegan and gluten-free side dish everyone will love. Continue reading →
You can make this festive dish with yams or sweet potatoes or a combination of both. Generally speaking, yams are sweeter than sweet potatoes. Serve it for the Thanksgiving holidays or anytime you want to warm up the house with the sweet aromas of cinnamon and nutmeg. Continue reading →