Pictured: Fried rice with zucchini, served with Korean BBQ Rib slices from The Herbivorous Butcher.
A Colorado twist on a New Orleans classic.
Fresh, seasonal stone fruit will certainly upgrade your homemade sangria!
Feel like a kid again with this epic summer treat. With sun milk, sun butter, AND sun cups this dessert is a triple threat.
Sprouting your beans instead of cooking them has many health benefits, and locally grown peruano beans are the perfect creamy variety for hummus.
How to sprout peruano beans:
With only three ingredients, this farm fresh recipe is super easy to whip up.
We are so excited to announce Longmont's FIRST EVER Vegan Food Truck Rally, hosted in partnership with Wibby Brewing, Luvin' Arms Animal Sanctuary, and the Wildcatters Network.
Come to our Inaugural Food Truck Rally is this August at Wibby Brewing for amazing local food trucks, vendors, live music, and Wibby brews galore. This event is kid-friendly and FREE! Bringing the same block-party vibes to Wibby on Saturday, August 18th from 4p - 8p.
This event is benefitting Luvin Arms Animal Sanctuary. It’s an evening extravaganza of treats for your bellies, your ears, and your heart!
In addition, we'll be offering some local treasures in the form of a Raffle. Tickets are $2 each, or 3 for $5, all raffle proceeds benefit Luvin Arms!
Options Available: Gluten-free - Paleo - Raw - Vegetarian - Vegan - Food Allergy Friendly
Follow More Green Things to discover more fun recipes and drink concoctions, local innovators and entrepreneurs, and plant-based events in the area!
If you like Irish Cream Liqueur, then you’ll love our version of Colorado Cream made with local ingredients.
For the cream:
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1. Beetroot powder - Beetroot has an intense pinkish-red color that's perfect to use as a natural food dye. A little goes a long way with beetroot powder. Add it to homemade pastas, smoothies, or grains to change the color without compromising on flavor.
2. Apricot - When apricots are in season, you can freeze the extras for nice cream or dehydrate them for snacks. Apricot powder adds a unique kick to marinades, rubs, dressings, and of course, smoothies.
3. Garlic - Pure homemade garlic powder without any additives or cross contamination...add to soups, sautéed veggies, dressings, marinades....anything!
4. Kale - If you don't like eating this powerful superfood, dehydrated kale powder is great for hiding those nutrients and flavor in smoothies, soups, and pastas. Kale and other powdered greens are also great to use as a natural food dye.
5. Potato - Potato flour is so easy to make, just boil, dehydrate, and grind potatoes! Purple majesty potatoes have a rich color that's also great for a natural food coloring. Bake bread or use it to fry veggies.
6. Edible flowers - You'd be surprised how many flowers are edible, and with a variety of bright colors to choose from, they are the perfect natural food coloring. Talk to your farmer or florist before consuming to be sure!
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