One of the most surprisingly delicious ferments you’ll ever make is one with under-ripe strawberries. Their firmness holds up well to hungry probiotics during the lacto-fermentation process, and combined with a simple brine, some herbs, and orange zest, they yield a nuanced flavor like no other.
This is an easy alternative to soy-based tofu that can be used in almost any savory dish that would taste great with chickpeas—which is a lot. You can marinate, bake, stir fry, or scramble this chickpea tofu.
Whether you like your potato salad warm or chilled, this combo is a simple, delicious crowd-pleaser—they’ll never know it’s dairy-free.
This is a classic recipe—one of the first our GFCS founder ever shared online a bazillion internet years ago (2009). A version of it also made it into her first book YumUniverse. This updated recipe includes new variations, techniques, and tips with all the same great flavor that has made it a fan favorite for […]
Simple, delicious, and totally next-level if you drizzle with Herby Carrot Top Pesto, these roasted carrots are delicious served as a side dish or the hero of a meal. Toss roasted carrots with salad greens or cooked kale—turn the pesto into a dressing (just whisk some with vinegar and oil) and/or add it all to […]
It’s possible that there’s nothing as simple or as delicious as roasted broccoli—the sweetness, the crunchy bits. Go ahead and try this one on the broccoli phobes at your table and watch them ask for more. This recipe is great as a side dish, added to salads, pastas, and eaten straight off the baking sheet […]
Our combination of aromatics, herbs, and a bit of fruit make this Classic Stuffing a meal in itself! Serve with Miso Gravy, Quick-Seared Green Beans, Roasted Broccoli, and/or Cauliflower Mashed Potatoes to take things to the next level.
Fluffy potatoes and cauliflower mashed up and ready for all the butter and/or Miso Gravy, even though these are so simple and delicious they can shine solo.
A light, herbaceous, and refreshing salad that’s delicious as a main and also as a side dish or starter for a heavy holiday meal.
Braised shallots are kinda like candy. They are something you can serve at a holiday event and guests politely (or not so politely) jockey for second servings. Serve them alongside Cauliflower Mashed Potatoes, Miso Gravy, Blistered Green Beans, Roasted Broccoli, and Classic Stuffing. They are a friend to all side dishes.