About Author: rgraham33

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Eat well! Eat local! Eat fresh! Vegetarian since August 1975. Trying to eat local, organic fruit and vegetables as much as possible - working to get to 100% organic. Love to cook for friends and family using ingredients from our vegetable and herb gardens. Sharing conventional, constantly good original vegetarian recipes; the majority of which are vegan. See my food blog at valleyvegetarian.blogspot.com.

Posts by rgraham33

  • I was discussing various herbs and grains with my locavore friend Carol the other day. She grows many plants in her vegetable/herb garden including amaranth. She asked me if I […]

    How to Make Gluten-Free Crackers

    I was discussing various herbs and grains with my locavore friend Carol the other day. She grows many plants in her vegetable/herb garden including amaranth. She asked me if I […]

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  • This 274 page book is a collection of the 120 most popular recipes from the first two years of posts to my Valley Vegetarian blog. There’s nothing fancy here, just […]

    Ojai Valley Vegetarian Cookbook

    This 274 page book is a collection of the 120 most popular recipes from the first two years of posts to my Valley Vegetarian blog. There’s nothing fancy here, just […]

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  • Escabeche is typically a Mediterranean cuisine,...

    Jalapeños en Escabeche

    Escabeche is typically a Mediterranean cuisine,...

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  • I was wondering how to fix a healthy burrito that would satisfy my tastes as well as those of my vegan friends. “It would even be better”, I told my […]

    Anatomy of a Wrap

    I was wondering how to fix a healthy burrito that would satisfy my tastes as well as those of my vegan friends. “It would even be better”, I told my […]

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  • What are worm castings and why are they important? Let’s start with a definition. Worm castings are simply undigested material, soil and bacteria deposited by a worm. There’s even a […]

    Worm Castings for Your Garden

    What are worm castings and why are they important? Let’s start with a definition. Worm castings are simply undigested material, soil and bacteria deposited by a worm. There’s even a […]

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  • “We hope that our simple method of making this valuable cultured soy food will lead to both an increased demand for organically grown soybeans and more local and regional food production. This […]

    Tempeh Advocates

    “We hope that our simple method of making this valuable cultured soy food will lead to both an increased demand for organically grown soybeans and more local and regional food production. This […]

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