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19 Copycat Recipes That Taste Better Than The Store-Bought Originals

Convenience need not trump taste.<p>We've all fallen victim to culinary laziness after a long, hard day. It takes close to no effort to pop open a sack of chips, rip open a wrapped Hostess cupcake or make a quick stop for a greasy bagged burger at the drive-thru.<p>But convenience need not trump taste. …

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BUFFALO HAVE BALLS NOT WINGS, so you know this meal is legit. These spicy sons of bitches are high in heat but low in fat because they’re baked not fried. So grab a cold drink and a fist full of celery, YOU’RE GOING TO FUCKING NEED ‘EM. BUFFALO FALAFEL FALAFEL: 1 ½ cups cooked chickpeas or 1- 15 ounce can, rinsed 1/3 pound of cauliflower ¼ cup diced onion (yellow, white, red, whatever) 1-2 cloves of garlic 1 teaspoon olive oil ½ teaspoon all-purpose seasoning blend (The no-salt blends are best because you can add that salt shit later in small amounts) 2 tablespoons breadcrumbs BUFFALO SAUCE: 2 tablespoons olive oil 2 tablespoons flour (Whole-wheat flour works here so does brown rice flour. Use whatever) 1 cup cayenne based hot sauce ¼ cup water 1 tablespoon vinegar (Apple cider vinegar is my favorite here but white vinegar would work too. Use what you got) For the falafel: Heat the oven to 400 degrees. Lightly spray some oil on a baking sheet. Chopped the cauliflower up into small pieces. Throw it in a food processor and run that shit until the pieces of cauliflower kind of look like rice. If you don’t have a food processor then just chop that shit up as small as you can. Mash the fuck out of the chickpeas in a medium bowl until they form a paste. Chop the garlic up into small pieces. Add the cauliflower, onion, garlic, oil, seasoning blend, and breadcrumbs to the chickpeas and mix that shit up. If your seasoning blend didn’t have salt in it, now you can add a pinch of salt to that motherfucker. The mixture should easily form into balls. If it is too fucking dry, add a little water. No stress. Form the mixture into balls a little bigger than a ping pong ball. Throw the balls on the baking sheet and bake them for 20-25 minutes, flipping them sons of bitches half way through. Remember to set a timer so that you don’t burn the shit out of them. Both sides should be nice and golden. While the falafel bake, make the buffalo sauce. For the buffalo sauce: In a small saucepan, heat the oil over a medium-low heat. Add the flour and stir constantly until the flour starts to look golden and smell kinda toasted. A few bubbles are cool but this shouldn’t look like it’s boiling. This shit takes about 4 minutes if you got your heat right. Add half the hot sauce and stir until it is all mixed. The flour should make that shit thicken up a bit. Add the rest of the hot sauce, water, and vinegar and stir until it is all mixed up. Turn off the heat. When the falafel are done cooking, push them gently to the center of the baking sheet and put ¾ of the buffalo sauce on them. Bake that shit for like 5 extra minutes so that the falafel absorbs that sauce. Pour the extra sauce over them when they get out of the oven or whenever you eat them. You can serve these spicy bastards in pita bread, on top of a salad, or howeverthefuck you want. I recommend some celery sticks to cool your ass down. Or fuck it. Go hard. Breathe fire. Frighten the villagers. Makes about 12 falafel

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gluten-free coffee roasted almonds

For years, I’ve tried to treat the seasons with balanced attention. Like a mother who tries to love all her children equally, I work to find the best …

Apricot-Cherry Upside Down Cake (gluten-free, grain-free, nut-free)

Summer's bounty is here and needs to be preserved or used right away! What do you do to preserve the summer harvest of fruits and vegetables? For …

Homemade Fruit Snacks... http://wellnessmama.com/8959/homemade-fruit-snacks/ Healthy homemade fruit snacks packed with nutrients from gelatin, fruit, kombucha, and juice.

Make your own Miracle Balm... http://frugallysustainable.com/2012/03/building-your-medicine-chest-herbal-miracle-salve-recipe-and-a-giveaway-for-you/ The ultimate herbal first-aid ointment!

How To Make Homemade Vanilla Extract... http://www.averiecooks.com/2012/11/homemade-vanilla-extract.html The commercially-prepared vanilla extract you can buy in the stores is super expensive, made with nasty chemicals, and tastes nothing like the homemade version. I'm almost out of some I made 2 years ago! Time to order vanilla beans :) Find out how to make your own using just TWO ingredients at the link above.

Parsley, lemon thyme & pistachio pesto.

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Creating a straw bale garden

<i>A Flea Market Straw Bale Garden? Yes!</i><p><i>Recently I decided to try the technique called straw bale gardening, after an online chat with the author, Joel</i> …

How to treat Migraine Headaches with a homemade medicinal herbal tincture! Here's the recipe: http://frugallysustainable.com/2012/05/how-to-treat-migraines-with-an-herbal-tincture-at-home-a-recipe/ Soothe away headaches of all kinds! From migraines to tension headaches...this is your answer! These herbs are FINALLY flourishing in my garden once again...this tincture is available in a very *limited quantity* in my Esty shop. Here's the listing: https://www.etsy.com/listing/104926721/feverfew-lemon-balm-tincture

Two of Madame Nadia's Beauty Potions

<i>Even among beauties she is a precious pearl,</i><i></i><i><br>A little princess in this sorry world.</i><i></i><i></i><i>She is the inevitable result of true love,</i><i></i><i>And a Zen master is no</i> …

Preparing for Winter...

With the start of school (and cold season) I've finally gotten around to making some lemon-honey tea base for me and the kids. I guess t...

Make your own Vapor Rub with this recipe for an Herbal Decongestant Salve: http://frugallysustainable.com/2012/10/herbal-decongestant-salve/

Do-It-Yourself Tips for Drip Irrigation

As drip irrigation systems become more user-friendly, more individuals are successfully designing and installing systems themselves and saving the …

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Smoothies – 24 of Our Favorite Healthy Recipes

We’re big fans of smoothies and make them for a healthy breakfast, a nutritious snack, an afternoon pick-me up and, after a workout, a recovery drink.<p>…

Low-Carb Coconut Chocolate Chip Ice Cream Recipe | Elana's Pantry

This Coconut Chocolate Chip Ice Cream is the perfect paleo dessert for a hot summer day. Since every child in the neighborhood seems to be at my …

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Gluten-Free Flatbread Recipe made from Soaked Whole Grains (yeast-free, vegan)

<i>I'm very excited to share this super simple gluten-free flatbread recipe with you today. It is made entirely from soaked gluten-free whole</i> …

Get ready to drool. Raw, vegan mini almond joy bars. Inspired by Food52 and Kristin at The Pastry Affair--with a few tweaks and adaptations. So easy, so worth it. http://bit.ly/17UZAw3

Because it's that time of year for supporting the liver in detoxification......so try this delicious Cherry Beet Detox Smoothie recipe! http://www.nourishingmeals.com/2011/01/cherry-beet-detox-smoothie.html

Banana Coconut Cookies (grain-free, sugar-free, vegan)

Using mashed, ripe bananas in recipes is a really simple, nutritious way to replace sugar. I've used it before in my sugar-free, grain-free <b>Carob</b> …

Here's a tutorial for making your own herbal "Better-than-Benadryl" Itch Relief Stick: http://frugallysustainable.com/2012/04/a-recipe-for-homemade-itch-relief-stick-and-a-giveaway-for-you/ or you may purchase them here: https://www.etsy.com/listing/102681331/herbal-outdoors-stick