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Meatless Mondays: Couscous and French Lentil Salad

by Cassidy Stockton

A simple salad from the Bob’s Red Mill Cookbook combining beautiful petite French Green Lentils and Golden Couscous. Pair this dish with sliced cucumbers, tomatoes, olives, hummus and warm pita bread for a hearty, Mediterranean-themed meal.

To make this gluten free, try cooked quinoa or millet in place of the

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Mo’s Comfy Porridge

by Guest

This recipe for porridge comes from Maura of Mac-n-Mo’s. We met up at a recent conference and she wanted to share this great recipe for a delicious hot cereal with you. Check out her blog, The Morselist for more great recipes. 

Mo’s Comfy Porridge

  • ¼ cup cooked Quinoa
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Couscous with Chicken Sausage and Mixed Veggies

by Guest

Being a busy Mom that works from home, I love making up meals that are a quick fix, but also healthy at the same time. Couscous is just one of those amazing foods that cook up so quickly, that it’s become a regular at the meal table. Recently I’ve gotten

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Whole Wheat Pearl Couscous with Peas and Mint

by Sarah House

Here’s a fairly simple, but delicious recipe featuring our whole wheat pearl couscous from our test kitchen that can be used as a side dish or salad and would make a great addition to any potluck.

Whole Wheat Pearl Couscous with Peas and Mint

  • 2 Tbsp Olive Oil (28g) +
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Chicken & Cranberry Tagine

by Guest

This twist on a traditional tagine comes from Jasanna Czellar of Munch Talk. Munch Talk highlights Jasanna’s love of food, DIY projects and her life. Of her blog, Jasanna writes, “This is a journey on learning to treat my body well, and show you all what I have learned

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Cold Sesame Pearl Couscous

by Guest

My family loves cold sesame noodles. I’ve generally defaulted in the past to making them with spaghetti noodles. My sesame noodle addiction came from a recipe, long lost, from the back of a bag of “salad pasta” for chicken sesame noodles. The salad pasta was like ditalini or tiny straight

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