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Just some recipes of mine. I will state if they are my own, adapted, or ones I found. 

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Tomato pastry

So this is an unnamed pastry creation of mine, I didn’t quite write down measurements so allow me to just explain. I made a shortcrust pastry, which is just cutting some butter into flour and adding water until it comes together. Then I tossed that in the fridge to rest while I made the filling, I cut some cherry tomatoes in half and squeezed out the seeds because they’re too watery, then I cut some onions and put them in a pan with the tomatoes and let the tomatoes blister and the onions go tra

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Pesto-a basic guide

Pesto is simple. Fill up your food processor eith an herb. What herb is up to you, basil and parsley is popular, but more unconventional options are there like carrot greens, dandelion greens, and chickweed! Those last two are foraged, so be sure of what you’re picking please. Be creative! Then add a scarce handful of walnuts or pine nuts, break em up a little please, then add a glug of olive oil, maybe three and a half tablespoons, and maybe two and little of lemon juice. Also, don’t forget to

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Healthy breakfast muffins

So these are muffins that are nutritionally balanced enough to actually be eaten for breakfast, they’re super soft and moist, and they’re a family favorite.     1/2 cups of 3 different fruits tossed in flour 1/2 cup avocado oil 1/2 mashed banana (you can replace a fourth of the banana with an egg if you want.) 1 4oz cup of applesauce 3/4 cup+2 tbsp sugar 1 cup oat flour (used for protein, may be substituted, I just whizzed some rolled oats in the food proc

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fried rice

A a prerequisite, please note that all of my recipes are vegetarian because I am too. You may add meat as you please.   okay, so this one is kind of just something you eyeball. The rice needs to be made and fluffed up the previous day, then left to dry out. It's great for leftover rice! Then what you do is chop up your desired veggies, I like purple cabbage, bok choy, carrots, and green beens, and then get the pan nice and hot. Throw in a splash of oil in the pan. Remember that the amo

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