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Recipes can be really complex and full of expensive equipment and tons of ingredients that end up costing you a fortune for a spoonful.
Do you have any tips on how to 'cheat' the higher ticket methods and ingredients? Esp these days, more people are on a budget, right?

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I'm gluten and dairy intolerant. I usually have quinoa, brown rice, and dry lentils, red kidney beans and chick peas in the house. Anyone got new ideas what to do with these?

Recipes can be really complex and full of expensive equipment and tons of ingredients that end up costing you a fortune for a spoonful.
Do you have any tips on how to 'cheat' the higher ticket methods and ingredients? Esp these days, more people are on a budget, right?

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Sweet potato noodles with king oyster mushroom, garlic, shiro miso, macadamia nut milk and cracked black pepper

Strong contender for meal rotation because it can be thrown together in the time it takes to boil water and cook the noodles. This felt really luxurious because I haven't had a creamy pasta dish in forever. I'm going to try again soon with genmai miso and vegetable stock paste! Macadamia nut milk not necessary; it's new to me as a plant based milk and I've been testing it out lately

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Yeung chow fried rice 🥢

Recipe: thewoksoflife.com/young-chow-f

I use chicken instead of shrimp as I don't eat seafood. I also added some carrot that needed using up. It's one of those recipes you can adapt to what you have in the fridge!

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I'm gluten and dairy intolerant. I usually have quinoa, brown rice, and dry lentils, red kidney beans and chick peas in the house. Anyone got new ideas what to do with these?

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