Since 1989, Debra’s Natural Gourmet has been bringing health, deliciousness, and a sense of mission to West Concord and the surrounding communities.
Season 3, Episode 25: Hints of the Far East
Debra and Aya whip up a three-course meal: garlicky radish-avocado salad | snappy chicken (or tofu) with toasted sesame oil + ginger | rich tomato-miso-cashew cream soup with toasty chickpeas | So many colors and flavors, with depth and personality. Hints of the far east.
This soup isn’t a traditional chowder. But we’re going to call it a chowder anyways, because it’s creamy and chunky at the same time. Red lentils (masoor dal) cook quickly and melt into the base of rich coconut milk, bright tomatoes, and gentle spices. Shiitake mushrooms give you something to chew on, and you can
What are mushrooms anyway? They’re not vegetables, they’re not fruits. They don’t grow leaves, roots, flowers or make seeds. They don’t require sunlight to grow, or produce chlorophyll. They live off decomposing plant matter. Well, mushrooms are in fact fungi whose only happiness lies in releasing spores into the air so they can procreate. And
Colleen S. | Customer Service & Bodycare: Your search for baby-smooth skin is over! This is hands-down the BEST exfoliating product I’ve ever used. It’s natural, it doesn’t have any plastic, anywhere in it. It’s the right amount of roughness to invigorate, without scratching.
Adam S | Co-Owner. Exotic enough to tantalize your taste buds, with harissa, capers, and North African spices. Normal “tomato sauce enough” you can still put it on spaghetti. I also like to dump it over steamed broccoli. Or I use it as a base for pizza, with sharp cheddar & Moroccan oil-cured black olives.