Recipe: Maitake Vanilla-Almond Frozen Latte

This power-packed latte is a better-for-you alternative to coffee shop frozen drinks. If your blender’s not super-powerful, use 1 cup crushed ice instead of the ice cubes. For extra indulgence, add two tablespoons of cacao nibs before blending, or top with vegan or regular whipped cream. Rev it up with caffeinated espresso, or turn it into breakfast with a scoop of vanilla protein powder. Ingredients 1 1/2 cups vanilla almond milk 2 shots decaf espresso, cooled, or 3 to 4 tsp. instant espresso powder 1 Tbs. maitake or other mushroom powder 1 Tbs. agave or coconut sugar, or to taste 1 tsp. vanilla extract 2 cups ice cubes Chocolate sauce (optional) Preparation In a blender, combine almond mil

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Recipe: Coconut Forbidden Rice Pudding with Cayenne Mango

Servings 2 Cups Author Chef Trudy Schafer, M.A. Ingredients 1/4 cup Forbidden Rice 2 cups Coconut Milk 2 cups Water 4 Tbsp Maple Syrup divided 1 Mango diced 1/16 tsp Cayenne Instructions In medium sauce pan add Forbidden Rice, Coconut Milk, Water and 2 Tbsp Maple Syrup, bring to a boil and then drop down to a simmer. Cook for 30-40 minutes until Forbidden Rice is tender. This will have a soupy consistency. While Forbidden Rice is cooking, dice the mango. Place half of the diced mango into a bowl, take the other half of the diced mango and place it into a blender, add 2 Tbsp Maple Syrup and the cayenne. Blend together until completely smooth. Pour over diced mango. To plate as a parfait, use

Non-GMO Month Spotlight: Do the Rice Thing

Rice is Life! SO LET’S DO THE RICE THING This modest little grain is super important. It starts out looking like a blade of grass. Yet, it provides half the world’s population [over 3.5 billion people!] with 60-70% of their daily calories. And rice is the main source of livelihood for over 2 billion people living in low-income countries. But rice production takes a toll on humans and the environment. Annually it consumes one-quarter to one-third of our planet’s annual renewable fresh water. Hundreds of millions of women must do back-breaking, repetitive tasks in unhygienic conditions of standing water. Flooded rice fields contribute to global warming by emitting methane gas, which is approxi

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