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April 2017 Share and Inspire Others!

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Our theme for April 2017

Green leafy vegetables 

Feel free to submit any meal or dish as long as you use some or other
Green leafy vegetables in your dish or meal.
It can be a vegetable only dish, or a combination of ingredients with
Green leafy vegetables as part of your meal.

Please check out the How to Participate in our Share and Inspire Others! Monthly Exchange, but please come back
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April 1st
Theme will be announced and published on The Recipe Hunter blog.
April 10thSubmissions need to be received via email @ [email protected]
April 15th – Release of all entries from participants on The Recipe Hunter blog.
April 20thPromote and do a post/reblog on your own blog, linking back to the original post.
Remember, the subject line of your email should be marked as follows:

April 2017 – Green leafy vegetables

The TRIED AND TESTED recipe/s (maximum of 5 per blogger) you wish to submit, can be a previously prepared recipe you already have on your blog.  No need to have made it yesterday, or last week.  As long as it fits the theme of Green leafy vegetables, please email me @ [email protected]

Please message on THIS POST, to let me know to check my email inbox for your APRIL entry.
I am looking forward to each and every Green leafy vegetable entry at your earliest convenience, but by the very latest midnight.jpg April 10th, 2017, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada time.
Cheesy Mushroom and Baby Spinach Quinoa Casserole courtesy of The Recipe Hunter
Cheesy Mushroom and Baby Spinach Quinoa Casserole
Spicy Lamb Stew  courtesy of The Recipe Hunter

Irene_s Spicy Lamb Stew
Braised Cabbage courtesy of The Recipe Hunter

Pamela_s Braised Cabbage
OK, now it’s over to you all to share with us all your Green leafy vegetable dishes


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      • I don’t know about that – we are going into Passover a week from now, and you guys have Easter, so again we are heading for carbs and sugar overload! At least you are bringing a healthy note into this madness!

          • Good for you, and I am guessing that Easter goodies are actually possible to be made GF and sugarless, but Passover is a different story. We are not only obligated to ear matzah, but also to eat a prescribed volume of it, which is quite a bit. Spelt matzah does not have gluten, but still has plenty of carbs. Other than that, all Passover baking is done with potato starch instead of flour, and in terms of sugar, the only substitute sweetener that is kosher for Passover is Sweet-n-low, and I personally don’t want to use it, so it’s sugar for 8 days. After that, it’s green leafy veggies for a couple of months!


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