Tag Archives: The Organic Gourmet

Cooking Tips to Make Greens in Tahini Sauce

Greens in a Garlic Tahini Sauce with Tofu

Greens in a Garlic Tahini Sauce with Tofu. Umeboshi vinegar adds a delicious lemony and salty flavor to the sauce of this nutritious, quick and easy non dairy, vegan dish. Here I am demonstrating how to push the greens aside in the pot when adding organic tahini to the greens and tofu. Thanks to Pat Antaya6 for coming to my hands on vegetarian cooking class for health and longevity and taking this photo.

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Delicious and Easy Meals for Health and Longevity

Sunday, April 7, 2019; 11:30AM-2:30PM; Amherst, MA; Hands on Organic Farm to Table Cooking Classes

Lentil Stew, vegan, and gluten-free

In this hands-on vegetarian cooking class, gourmet organic chef/teacher and cookbook author Leslie Cerier, presents whole foods that pleasurable, delicious, health-enhancing, easy and fun to prepare. Come learn, cook and feast on exciting vegetarian, vegan, and gluten free dishes that will enhance your immune system, give you energy, rejuvenate your senses, keep your bones strong, calm your nervous system, and help you maintain an active lifestyle.

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Cooking with Cannabis with Leslie Cerier

My today’s guest ‚Äčis Leslie Cerier.  I have chatted with Leslie previously on this podcast about her love for vegetarian cooking and spices.

Leslie is an international renown gourmet farm to table personal chef, educator, cookbook author and recipe developer. She specializes in vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free whole foods and organic cuisine.

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Cooking with Edamame

Leslie Cerier, The Organic Gourmet talks about how to prepare and cook edamame. Simmer, its quick, easy, simple, vegetarian and vegan protein. Great side dish, or enjoy in a salad.

 

Eat The Organic, Seasonal Rainbow Everyday

Leslie Cerier, The Organic Gourmet picking up her autumn weekly organic share of veggies at her CSA. Here’s what’s in my basket this week: lots of salad greens: arugula, red Russian kale, tat soi, and to eat at the rainbow: daikon radish, watermelon radish, also known as rainbow radish, & red bell pepper. Eat your greens and the rainbow. As the week’s change, we can mix and match the local, organic, seasonal harvest to eat the rainbow all year round for our health and happiness.