Easy Asian-Spiced Squash & October Unprocessed

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Alisa Fleming ~ Have you heard of October Unprocessed? It is an event created by Andrew of Eating Rules that has grown into a wave of 5000+ people pledging to go an entire month without any processed foods. And you are invited to join in!

October Unprocessed 2012

In honor of the event, I was asked to share an easy, unprocessed recipe. Since it fits the fall season so perfectly, I decided to go with my Asian-Spiced Squash.

Asian 5-Spice Kabocha Squash

In this recipe I use Kabocha winter squash (which is becoming readily available in most stores). Kabocha is sold next to the acorn and butternut varieties, but unlike its hearty cousins, kabocha has a softer skin that can be eaten once cooked. This even allows for stove-top cooking. Yes, this winter squash recipe takes just 15 minutes!

Click for my Asian-Spiced Squash Recipe for October Unprocessed.

About Author

Alisa is the founder of GoDairyFree.org, Senior Editor for Allergic Living magazine, and author of the best-selling dairy-free book, Go Dairy Free: The Guide and Cookbook for Milk Allergies, Lactose Intolerance, and Casein-Free Living. Alisa is also a professional recipe creator and product ambassador for the natural food industry.

4 Comments

  1. Alisa you may like to visit the Web http://www.padhuskitchen.com/. This will provide you a number of South Indian dishes. South of India and as for that matter the north of India most of them are vegetarians/veganish for many thousand years. I am now in the US since 1980. Born vegetarian. Struggled to get a vegetarian food during my days at UC Berkeley. Lukily met a wonderful blue eyed vegetarian girl in the university cafeteria pursuing degree program in chemistry. Since then we are married and she cooks all kinds of vegetarian/vegan food. We and our two grown up boys are also vegetarians. It is the most healthy food. Men like Henry David Thoreau, Einstein, Mahatma Gandhi, Ralph Emerson and many are vegetarians/vegan. Medically it has been found that red meat as one of the causes of the breast cancer. People who consume red meat also suffer from low Emotional Quotient (EQ)

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