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Dry Curry

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  Dry Curry is a style of Japanese curry that is made with ground meat and does not have a lot of gravy in it. This curry recipe can be made with any ground meat, but also works well with crumbled firm tofu!   INGREDIENTS   14 oz ground beef2 onions, small dice2 garlic cloves, minced1 tbsp grated ginger2 bell peppers, small dice1 celery stalk, small dice1 carrot, small dice1 eggplant, small dice¼ cup raisins1 small can of crushed tomatoes2 cups stock (beef or vegetable, depending on your protein)2 tbsp Organic Curry Powder2 tbsp Organic Garam Masalaoilsaltcooked rice    In...

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Tomato Compote

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  Summer is nearing its end, and you know what that means! Tomato season is going soon too, to make way for winter squashes and hearty root vegetables. If you have an abundance of tomatoes, treat yourself to this sweet treat: put it on a slice of toasted artisan bread, mix it with some mozzarella, or just eat it out of the jar. This also works well with sad winter tomatoes - the slow roasting will caramelize the sugars and bring out tomato-y delicious. INGREDIENTS   4 lbs tomatoes½ cup extra virgin olive oilkosher saltOrganic Coriander, ground   Preheat oven...

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DIY Sauerkraut

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You’ve got your ketchup, your mustard… Now you need some sauerkraut to round out your summer meal! Sauerkraut is considered to be the easiest fermented pickle to make at home. You can customize as much as you want - some people add green apples, some people add fennel shavings, some people turn it into kimchi - and it’s all delicious! Plus, the lacto-fermentation bacteria are oh-so-good for your digestive system. For easy fermentation, check out these wares from our friends at Kraut Source!   DIY Sauerkraut Ingredients 2 medium cabbages, shredded 2 tbsp kosher salt 1 tbsp Organic Caraway Seeds optional:...

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Spiced Ketchup

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Have you ever tried curry ketchup? It’s a sauce in common in Belgian and German cuisine, often served with fries or sausage dishes like currywurst. It’s essentially just ketchup and - you guessed it - curry powder. Our version is a little more involved than the original curry ketchup, but it’s still super simple. This spiced ketchup recipe goes great with anything, but nothing beats fries and sausages!   Spiced Ketchup 1/2 cup ketchup 1 tsp Organic Cumin, ground 1 tsp balsamic vinegar 2 tsp kosher salt 2 tsp Organic Chili Powder Combine in a bowl and mix until well...

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Chicken Shawarma

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Shawarma is traditionally cooked in a rotisserie oven or on a spit, but this home version is much more manageable to do. Serve with feta cheese, pickled red onions, tomato slices, tahini (or hummus), and shredded lettuce for a balanced meal. CHICKEN SHAWARMA INGREDIENTS 2 lemons, juiced ½ cup plus 1 tablespoon olive oil 6 cloves garlic, peeled, smashed and minced 1 teaspoon kosher salt 1 compact Organic Shawarma Seasoning 2 pounds boneless, skinless chicken thighs 1 large red onion, peeled and quartered Prepare the marinade - blitz lemon juice, oil, garlic cloves, salt, and Shawarma seasoning in a blender...

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