Squash Dahl

31 01 2009

Hello all! sorry to be absent for so long.  I have been traveling in Taiwan for the past three weeks, and haven’t had very much time on the internet.  Now I’m back with a new inspiration to learn how to cook vegan Chinese food! In the meantime however, I have turned to some old comfort food.  I found this recipe on Fran’s House of Ayurveda (one of my favorite blogs) and am eating it now at 4 am while I fail at getting over jet lag. Tasted great with fresh spinach leaves, Enjoy!

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4 responses

5 02 2009
Barbara

Hi,

I’m glad to find your blog. There aren’t many of us out here. I’m just getting my own recipe blog going. Your recipe looks like one we should try here, and I’m looking forward to your Chinese food recipes. I am not soy free, but I can live without it, but we do eat a gluten free, plant-based diet.

6 02 2009
Camille

Thanks for your comment, it’s always great to meet more people like me! what’s the website for you’re blog?

6 02 2009
Shoshana

My son’s allergic to wheat, soy, eggs, dairy, and most of green vegetable. I’m looking for blogs that has recipes along those lines. Poor guy’s on meat most of the time.

16 05 2014
peter osborne gluten free diet

• Tapioca Flour – light, white and very smooth flour from cassava roots.
This is confusing to many, but put simply, this person may be Non Celiac Gluten Intolerant (NCGI).
This is also one of the highest rated gluten free cereals on Amazon receiving just short of 5 stars.

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