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The Culinary Center

Think of this as Real Food Rehab's Food Network - it's the place to find or add videos on real food preparation, education and all real food related discussions.

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Soaking times

Started by Domenico Brunetti. Last reply by Penni Apr 7. 3 Replies

Any good sushi recipes?

Started by LisseyBear. Last reply by Foekje de Vries Dec 19, 2013. 2 Replies

Seaweed Salad...

Started by DaisyHair. Last reply by Wendi Grant Jun 30, 2013. 10 Replies

Recipes for "Mock" Pizza?

Started by Erin Sue Williamson. Last reply by Erin Sue Williamson Mar 20, 2013. 6 Replies

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Comment by Pumpkin pie on August 14, 2013 at 8:37am
Thank you Penni :-)
That is also where I see the canned young count in a mix of sugar or syrups. Never looked in the frozen section for it, I'll check it out :-)
Comment by Penni on August 14, 2013 at 8:06am

I have never even seen canned coconut meat, but I have found frozen young Thai coconut meat at my local Asian market.

Comment by Pumpkin pie on August 13, 2013 at 9:19pm
Has anyone found "canned young coconut meat" without the added sugar or syrups?
Comment by Jane W Smith on May 20, 2013 at 8:55pm

Thank you, Susan!  Actually, I found it right after I posted my last comment.  I had even saved it.......pardon my old age, but I'm glad to have it.  Take care

Comment by Susan : ) on May 20, 2013 at 8:48pm

Jane, here is the link you are looking for:

Kidney Supporting Green Juice with Karen, Haylee & Penni

Comment by Jane W Smith on May 20, 2013 at 8:38pm

Help!  I thought I saw a video for some kidney support soup made with asparagus, celery, and maybe a couple of other things....a couple of weeks ago....and now I can't find it.  Does anyone have clue??

Comment by Deborah Ward on May 19, 2013 at 11:53am

I am rather new to going somewhat vegetarian & raw. Having to cook for hubby is making it difficult at times.  I would love to know where you purchase truly raw nuts, seeds etc. I've heard that most are advertised raw but aren't.  Also are all nuts & seeds to always be soaked prior to eating? I've seen different suggestions on this

Comment by hilde Bogaerts on January 16, 2013 at 8:02am

i have started to eat raw, about 80 % about two months I have been reading and looking for great recipes because eating just salad and fruit does get boring after a while...I tried the nutpaste (was not really that good)  and just today I tried the nori roll ( I did not like it at all) and dehydrated a bit but so far,but the salads and fruit smoothies are still the I have to look more and try  more in the hope that I can find some great ideas that do taste good.   I never really liked cooking but i am sure I am not the only person here who does not like it...I live in Belgium so when I read recipes and try to make things I can not always get it here. anyway...i will learn, I am sure

Comment by Marty Schumacher on January 6, 2013 at 10:35pm

Hi Kelly, One way to have mushrooms on hand always is to dehydrate them. Just slice or leave whole and clean, dehydrate. Then rehydrate with warm water and/or a marinade to give them some great flavor. Thats how I handle mushrooms I'm not going to get to! Lucky you to get so many, so cheap!!


Comment by kelley etzel on January 6, 2013 at 7:30pm

I just bought 12 still beautiful portabella mushrooms that were marked down to a great price.   I am not sure what to do with that many before they go bad.  Should I dehydrate them?


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