I just got this book, which has been on my wishlist for awhile but I can't remember if there was any specific reason I wanted it. Any recipe recommendations?
Ooo, I do love this book. Read the non-recipe sections too! She makes sprouting seem less scary.
Recipes I'd recommend:
Roco's Granola! When I was learning how to make my own granola, I tried a million recipes and this one was the house favorite. I use an additional cup of rolled oats, leave out the wheat bran and germ, add zest from whatever citrus I have lying around...whatever tweaks I make it still turns out yummy.
Blueberry Breakfast Polenta! I mean, what else can I say?
Molasses Cornbread! I replace the applesauce with non-dairy yoghurt (my sweetheart hates applesauce in baked goods). This is crazy good. Even my very omni meat-and-potatoes-y brother-in-law loves this.
Green Tahini Dressing! You can also leave out the green. When I make this I eat it on everything.
Broccoli Creem Soup! But only if chopping up broccoli very small does not make you vexed.
Southern Bowl! Augh. So good. I would eat this every day. You can use red potatoes or something else if you're cooking for a sweet potato hater and it is still delish. I like to serve this with the cornbread above or with cornbread biscuits.
Coconut Cauliflower Chana! It's not traditional Indian food, but it is nice. A little bland, so good for sick days. This doesn't sound like a recommendation, but it is.
Sesame Kale Soba! Yum, and also a good way to get sea veggies into your diet. I use fresh ginger and garlic, and serve with baked tofu.
Cocoa Avocado Mousse! You can use any non-dairy milk you like. If you've never made chocolate avocado pudding this is a good recipe to try.
There's a bunch of recipes I haven't tried yet, so I'll be keeping an eye out for recommendations, too.
Bonus round: Ripe From Around Here has a fantastic strawberry shortcake recipe my family looooooooves.