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Thanksgiving Recipes and Specials

Weekly Updates from in.gredients Neighborhood Grocer View this email in your browser Giving Thanks Y’all know what we’re grateful for this season? You guessed it: local food, grown sustainably!  And folks like yourself who choose to shop with us or at farmers markets because you know that good food is worth a little extra.  Why not make […]

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Featured Austin Blogger :: Full and Content

Believe us when we say that you’ll want to get to know Lisa from Full and Content.  As a true foodie, Lisa knows what it’s like to be the one at the table who only wants to talk (in detail) about what’s on the plate. With a true passion for good food, her blog is […]

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Featured ATX Food Blog: Sweet Tidbits

We’re always blown away by the creative way folks in this town write about food.  Mary, from Sweet Tidbits, is one of those people. Not only does she give us unique and delicious recipes, she interviews fascinating folks in Austin and takes beautiful photos of all of the above. Her blog is definitely something worth […]

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Featured ATX Food Blogger: Salts Kitchen

To continue with our cookie theme, we are honored to offer up this recipe from Salts Kitchen. Rebecca, one of our beloved ATX food bloggers, is incredible for many reasons. First of all, her blog is full of delicious recipes. Secondly, the girl is gluten-free (GF) and dairy-free. If that doesn’t deserve a round of […]

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ATX Blogger Spotlight: From Maggie’s Farm

A big part of in.gredients is getting to know our community. Austin is filled with people who care about food, sustainability and building community with their neighbors. Meeting Maggie- the writer, photographer and recipe developer for From Maggie’s Farm– was like a breath of fresh air. With a big heart and an even bigger laugh, she […]

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Daily Recipe: Superfood Kale Salad

We’re adding in-house salad to our menu! This week, our lovely TK made a vegan, raw kale salad packed full of super foods. It’s the kind of salad that will probably leave you feeling like a super-hero for the rest of the day. Kale and chia seeds… Need we say more? And at only $.60 an […]

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Daily Recipe: Baked Apples with Walnuts, Honey and Cinnamon

It’s time for a dessert. Having gone a week of daily recipes without offering up a dessert seems down right silly. Our apologies. To make up for it, we bring you a recipe that has Fall written all over it. There’s something about pair ing apples with cinnamon that turns any dish into a perfect […]

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Daily Recipe: World’s Best Hummus

We are big believers in snacking. What is an afternoon without your 15 minute snack break? Having something that is healthy and filling can make all the difference when you have a long day ahead of you. There are a number of choices, but one of our favorites is hummus. This middle-eastern dish is easy […]

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Featured ATX Food Blog: The Kid Can Cook

Austin is blessed to have so many people who care about food. Here at in.gredients we’re all about fostering that community, and with the huge local food blog scene, we think it’s about time to start our own ATX Food Blog Spotlight. This week I had the pleasure of meeting and talking recipes with Michelle […]

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Daily Recipe: Almond Crusted Tilapia with a Beet, Goat Cheese and Arugula Salad

The best kind of meal plans are the ones that leave your family and friends impressed. You want to leave them preferring your cooking over a restaurant. What makes it even better is if the recipe requires simple ingredients and not a lot of time to prepare. We’ve got one of those meal plans for […]

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Daily Recipe: Fettuccine Alfredo with Kale, Zucchini and Italian Pork Sausage

Some days you need a hearty meal. One that sticks to the ribs and leaves you full for hours. The kind of dish that has the family licking the plate clean. A big dish of creamy pasta will hit that hearty-meal-craving. Using local vegetables from the store, you can add a healthy spin on the […]

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Recipe: Honey Nut Energy Cubes

by Colleen Doyle Many people have asked me if I miss eating snack foods like chips, crackers, and granola bars, which are only available in packaging. To my surprise, after nearly a year of working toward zero-waste, I can honestly answer that I don’t crave any packaged food—savory, salty, or sweet. I’ve managed to find […]

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Recipe: Oat Milk

by Colleen Doyle Homemade oat milk’s a wonderful solution to a packaging problem. Store-bought oat milk (and many other boxed liquids) come in a drink cartons comprised of 75% paper, 20% plastic, and 5% aluminium foil. There’s usually a plastic pour spout on the top of the carton. Making your own cuts down on packaging […]

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Recipe: Real Mustard

From: Melody Birdsong Equipment: Blender Yield: About 2 cups 0.5 cups water 0.5 cups apple cider vinegar 0.25 cups yellow mustard seeds 0.25 cups brown mustard seeds 1 tsp turmeric powder 1 tsp Salt 1 tbsp Agave 1. Mix the mustard seeds with the vinegar and water in a glass bowl. Cover and let sit […]

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Recipe: Cheesy Turnips and Carrots

by Lauren Welker This recipe’s meant to feed people who say they “hate turnips”! Serves: 4 3 cups diced peeled turnips 2 cups sliced carrots 0.25 tsp ground ginger 0.75 cup water 1 tsp salt, divided 0.5 cup chopped onion 0.5 cup diced celery 3 tbsp butter or margarine 3 tbsp all-purpose flour 0.25 tsp […]

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Recipe: Ginger Brew

by Janice Marie Foote Ingredients (to taste) measure water out in pitcher/storing bottle minus room for lemon juice and ginger/sediment fresh chopped ginger cinnamon stick fresh-squeezed lemon juice honey Instructions 1. Brew all ingredients in order 1-4 on stove top at low heat 2. Boil in (5) honey last 3-5 minutes 3. Let cool on […]

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Recipe: Oatmeal Chewies

by Janice Marie Foote Ingredients 5 cups oatmeal (moistened with water) 3 cups chopped cashews 3 cups organic raisins 8 oz jar of sorghum or honey of your choice 1 large or 2 small bananas Pre-heating and Mixing Instructions 1. Pre-heat oven at 300-350 (depending on your oven) 2. Pour oatmeal into bowl and moisten […]

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Send us Your Recipes!

Hello friends! We’d like to ask for your help with a special project: in.gredients is crowd-sourcing recipes from our family of followers to build an online recipe book that’ll be accessible to the community via our website. Our goal is to provide healthy, sustainable, and delicious recipes that use pure ingredients! Would you like to help? Do […]

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Recipe: Awesome Waffles

by Brian Nunnery I call these “Awess Waffs” – but called them “Awesome Waffles” in the title to not sound too silly. Yields: 4-5 large, thick waffles Ingredients 1.75 cups flour 2 tsp baking powder 0.5 tsp salt 1 tbsp sugar 3 eggs 1.75 cups milk 0.5 cups canola oil 1.5 tsp vanilla extract 3 […]

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Recipe: Roasted Balsamic Brussels Sprouts

Brussels sprouts: they’re nature’s most miniature cabbages! Some love ’em, some hate ’em. If you’re in the latter category, could you be convinced to give them one more shot? Try them like this if you do, and they may have a better chance with your palate. All you’ll need for this recipe (from La Phemme […]

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“Food Lover’s Cleanse” from Bon Appétit

Beautiful, healthy, and absolutely delicious recipes abound in this two-week “cleanse” from Bon Appétit. Recommended as a way to return to healthy eating patterns for the new year, this plan was designed by a foodie and a nutritionist – and it reconciles both agendas beautifully. What’s more, to make it easy, they’ve put together a […]

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Recipe: Hearty Jumble Cookies

By: Colleen Doyle notrashproject.com Hearty Jumble Cookies made with only 1.5 teaspoons of homegrown stevia powder. These gooey treats are gluten-free, dairy-free, and of course trash-free. All the ingredients were obtained without packaging. As with most of the recipes I post, this one is very simple and pretty loose. There’s plenty of room for experimentation […]

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Recipe: Butternut Squash Soup

From: Andijo Richards at The Traveling Chef Directions: Slice the ends off of the squash, peel the skin off, take out the seeds, and cut the squash into cubes. Place in pot with h20, a few chopped carrots, 1/2 a veggie bouillon, cumin, cinnamon, curry, sea salt, tarragon or rosemary, honey, and spicy peppers–if you […]

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Recipe: Cucumber, String Bean and Olive Salad

From: Beth Jameson Ingredients: Coarse salt 1/2 pound string beans 2 cucumbers (1 1/4 pounds) 1/4 pound oil-cured black olives, pitted, torn in half 1/4 cup fresh flat-leaf parsley leaves 1 teaspoon Dijon mustard 1 tablespoon red-wine vinegar Freshly ground pepper 2 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil Directions: To pit the olives, place them on a […]

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Recipe: Super Easy Chocolate Mousse

From: Janice Esposito, Natural Food Chef Ingredients: 1/2 cup chocolate powder (i prefer organic Black And Green brand) Use more if you like. 1 package silken tofu 3 tbls cacoa nibs 1/4 -1/2 cup agave or maple syrup to taste. Directions: Puree all ingredients in a vitamix and chill in fridge for at least 1 […]

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Recipe: Mango Black Bean Salad and Texraeli Salad

From: Jenny Kutner Notes: Here are two super easy summer salad recipes that can feed someone for lunch for a whole business week. Both taste great served over spinach Ingredients: 2 small-medium ripe mangoes, cubed 15 oz black beans (I usually use 1-2 cans, depending on how much I’m trying to make, un-rinsed) 1/2 c […]

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Recipe: Mexican Hot Cocoa

A tall cup of chocolate with a warm twist of cinnamon and cozy vanilla should get your spirits bright if they’re not already. Mexican hot chocolate’s got what you need! Here’s the know-how for you from Food.com. If a bolder, spicier cup’s your craving, try adding a little pinch of cayenne and some crushed Ancho […]

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Recipe: Homemade Chocolate Syrup

With only five ingredients, there’s just no reason to go out and buy chocolate syrup. Amazingly easy to make, you can have it on ice cream, drizzle over fresh fruit, or swirl a teaspoon or two in milk for a chocolaty drink! Totally easy to store in a reusable container, and keeps well in the […]

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Recipe: Caldo Verde (Kale and Potato Soup)

Caldo Verde is a traditional Portuguese soup with kale, potatoes, and sausage or chorizo. It’s easy to make, relatively quick, and makes a delicious warm meal for a winter day. For this Caldo Verde recipe (from allrecipes.com), you’ll need these veggies from your local farmer: kale, potatoes, onion, and garlic. Aside from farm-fresh veggies, you’ll […]

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A Bark With More Bite

There are lots of holiday barks – peppermint, almond, hazelnut…etc. And it’s pretty hard to go wrong with any of these delectable confections because they’re all delicious! However, if you’re looking for something a little different you might enjoy this one from Gourmand in the Kitchen.  This bark boasts dark, antioxidant-rich chocolate with pumpkin seeds, dried […]

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Recipe: Stove-Top Popcorn

In the age of single-use, disposable containers, the popcorn bag may be a prime example of something we’ve become so used to that we’ve forgotten it’s not even necessary. Here’s a throwback: stove-top popcorn! Ever tried it? It is practically as quick as the microwave variety, and has the great advantage that you can flavor […]

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The Whole Broccoli Plan

The dark green, grainy tops of broccoli (known as “florets”) are a well-known classic at the dinner table, making frequent appearances in soups, salads, casseroles, and various other dishes. But broccoli doesn’t grow solely of florets, just as muffins don’t always bake as caps. Every muffin has a stump, and every broccoli has its stalks […]

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Recipe: Chicken Salad with Persimmon, Pecans, and Thyme

Here’s an interesting (and timely) seasonal twist on a classic favorite: a chicken salad recipe from Healthy Green Kitchen that calls for persimmons and pecans. The beauty of this recipe: if you live in Central Texas, you can get all the “fixins” for this salad locally, because as y’all know, ’tis the season for persimmons […]

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Herbal Body Scrub – Easy to Make, Great Gift!

With only three or four ingredients and so little effort necessary, body scrub may be the easiest of the “luxury cosmetics” to replicate at home. You can pay high dollars for a jar (they average $20.00 to $40.00 a pop), but chances are you already have the ingredients to make a delectable scrub (recipe here) […]

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Tips for a Zero-Food-Waste Thanksgiving

If you’re anything like the average American who celebrates Thanksgiving, you’ll probably have leftovers this Friday. Some will disappear quickly, but if there’s enough of them, there’s a risk some may get pushed to the back of the fridge – only to emerge a week later and go into the trash (or hopefully, the compost […]

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6 Ways to Use Overripe Produce

Before you take those be-speckled bananas to the compost pile think how nice some warm, homemade banana muffins would be. As it turns out, the soft consistency and strong flavor of overripe bananas make them the best to bake with. You probably already knew that about bananas – maybe you asked your mom or your […]

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Like Kale Chips? Make them Yourself!

Kale chips are so tasty, but if you’ve ever bought them at the grocery store you know they aren’t cheap. As it turns out, for the same price as one bag of kale chips you can actually open your own kale chippery – all expenses included. Okay, that’s not quite true. But the good news is […]

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The Zero-Waste Pumpkin

For you ATX folk, this post welcomes tomorrow’s cold front; for the rest of you, welcome to fall! Since we’re all about minimizing waste, we were excited to see this post from Smith and Ratliff: A Pumpkin, Stem to Seed, explaining how to use EVERY PART of your pumpkin, not letting any of it go […]

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Recipe: Spinach Pancakes!

We’re always on the look out for cool recipes. This one caught our eye because…well, they’re green pancakes! Spabettie tells readers how to make Spinach Pancakes with just four ingredients: spinach leaves, chia, water, and rice flour. Try ’em for breakfast with eggs, or with lunch with hummus or a garlic spread! Recipe here. (images: […]

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