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This Week in History at Casual Kitchen:
Tomato Lentil Soup with Orzo (April 2011)
A healthy, hearty and easy-to-make soup that costs a laughable 60-70c per serving. An extremely popular recipe from last year.
Food Absolutism (April 2010)
If you enjoy vegetarian cuisine, you're some kind of a crunchy weirdo. If you like eating raw, you must be against electricity. In this post, I tackle several absurd yet suprisingly widely-held notions about food. Thankfully, nothing in the world of food has to be absolute.
Peanut Pineapple Stew (April 2010)
Another extremely popular and laughably cheap recipe. This one combines easy-to-find ingredients in a creative and unusual way, and costs a mere 80c a serving.
Make Your Diet Into a Flexible Tool (April 2009)
Too often we think of our diets as fixed and rigid things. They shouldn't be. Instead, think of your diet as a flexible and powerful tool.
Green Bean Salad: Another Ridiculously Easy Side Dish (April 2008)
When I say ridiculously easy, I mean it. You can get this distinctive side dish on the table in minutes and it will wow your dinner guests. From the excellent cookbook The Healthy Kitchen by Andrew Weill.
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