Mango Tomato Red Pepper Soup
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This is the soup I make most often as I find it satisfies my cravings for something sweet and savory at the same time. There are so many twists you can do with tomato soup but this one has been my favorite this winter.

*I buy frozen mango in the winter because it’s such a gamble to buy fresh when they are not in season and don’t ripen properly.

Meatball Sliders
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These are recipes that aren’t in my book, which has my most favorite ones. But these are new ones I’ve learned and want to share with everyone!

When we were at the Woodstock Fruit Festival my mom and dad watched Dr. Doug make meatball sandwiches. We made smaller ones today and my dad said they are called “sliders” when they are small.
We don’t do much dehydrated food (except onion crackers) but this one you only dehydrate for 2 hours so it still has most of its water still in it. The dehydrator just softens the veggies.

Try it. It’s easy and you can just wing it!

Tabbouleh Stuffed Tomatoes
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This recipe is wonderful during any time of the year. If you do not like parsley, you may substitute with your favorite herb or finely chopped baby spinach. You will have a lot of tomato cores left over, don’t waste them! You can make all sorts of soups and dips out of it, such as Gazpacho.

Curried Parsnip Rice with Peas and Scallions
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Curried rice is an essential staple of the Indian diet! It wouldn’t be a meal without it, but this version is much healthier because it’s grain-free. This is perfect to pair with all sorts of other raw vegan dishes. This raw dish tastes better the day after as all the flavors get to mingle together, so i highly suggest you make it before hand. But, if you don’t have time, it’s not essential.