Quinoa, Mango & Black Bean Salad – Gluten Free

This colorful quinoa salad features nice big chunks of mango, red pepper, and avocado. It also has black beans, green onions, some seasonings and of course, cilantro… Never forget the cilantro! Then it’s dressed with a tasty lime vinaigrette dressing. It a great salad for parties, and a delicious salad for dinner time.… Read the rest

Wendy’s Chili – Copycat Recipe – Gluten Free

 

Are you a Wendy’s Chili fan?

This Wendy’s Chili recipe clone fits the bill anytime, especially on a cold winter’s night. The original source is from Todd Wilbur’s Top Secret Recipes, and now I’ve adapted it just a bit too.Read the rest

Bean Conversions, How Much: Canned Beans vs. Cooked Beans

Photo: 13 Wonderful Ways To Use Canned Beans

Related Page: How to Cook Beans
  • If you just really want to save TIME, cook with CANNED beans.
  • If you want to save $$$, cook with DRY beans. 
  • If you want better nutrition and less sodium, cook with DRY. 
  • If you want to cook beans in no time, pressure-cook DRY beans.

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Ham & Bean Soup (My Mom’s Recipe) – Reg or Gluten Free

 

Ham & Bean Soup

My mother made the best Ham & Bean Soup! Today, my family and friends love this recipe, as much as I did! Plus, it’s gained several positive reviews on Allrecipes.com.

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Ezekiel Flour Mix & Waffles

This recipe has been our families’ favorite whole-grain waffle mix recipe for decades! 

This recipe originally stems from the Holy Bible:

Ezekiel symbolically illustrates the siege and famine that will befall Jerusalem.

Ezekiel 4:9 Take thou also unto thee wheat, and barley, and beans, and lentiles, and millet, and fitches, and put them in one vessel, and make thee bread thereof, according to the number of the days that thou shalt lie upon thy side, three hundred and ninety days shalt thou eat thereof.Read the rest

Enchilada Chicken Chowder / Soup


My friend Lisa shared this soup recipe and says it’s very similar to the Zupa’s Cafe’s version in Utah: http://cafezupas.com/menu/soups/chicken-enchilada-chili/.


(Note: I have not had the pleasure of tasting that soup; my adaptations may make it a bit different, but I love Lisa’s shared recipe.
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