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As we come across interesting recipes, we add them to our list, and hope you can send us your favorites as well!

By the way, those little stickers on fruits and vegetables at the supermarket aren't just for the checkout clerk to find the price. You can use the numbers to figure out how the produce you're buying has been grown. A sticker with four digits means the food was conventionally grown. Five digits starting with an 8 indicates genetically engineered produce (the food's genetic material has been altered), and five digits starting with a 9 means the food was organically grown ( without the use of conventional pesticides or synthetic fertilizers). 

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Belgian Endive Watercress Salad

Boniato with Chayote Slaw

Broccoli Pasta Dish

Caesar Dressing

Cajun Veggie Chili

Chard, Spinach & Escarole Pasta

Chocolate Cupcakes with Peanut Butter Frosting


Cynthia's Summer Quinoa Salad

Dal Maharini

Eggplant Parmesan



Kale and White Bean Soup

Kale Pesto

Lentil and Barley Soup

Miso Dressing

No-Bake Date-Nut Pie Crust

Oat Burgers

Oatmeal Cookies

Pasta Fagioli

Roasted Vegetable Stock

Salads and Dressings

Salsa Fresca

Shepherd’s Pie

Soy Mayonnaise

Sprout Salad

Sweet Potato Kale Soup

Tropical Fruit Salsa

Vanilla Rice Pudding

Walnut Paté