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Vegetable Dish

Gluten-Free Multibean Soup

Full-flavored, eye-appealing, nutrition in a bowl – Multibean Soup suits an autumn day perfectly! The red, tan and brown colors of this soup match the fall leaves in my yard right now.
I love to start a pot of soup and have it simmer away while I go about other things. Then I know we’ll have a healthy, fiber-rich, gluten-free lunch or supper later on in the day.

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Broiled Salmon Dinner with Baked Acorn Squash and Sauteed Onions, Celery and Tomatoes

With its high nutrition and ease of cooking, salmon is a natural for a quick but elegant dinner, like this combination of salmon, acorn squash and sautéed vegetables.

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Sweet Black Thai Rice with Sunflower Seeds and Veggies, and a Plan

This rice dish is a beautiful change of pace from the usual side dishes we have! Gluten-free Sweet Black Thai Rice has rich, eye-appealing color, includes satisfying whole-grain fiber that doesn’t taste woody, and has a delicious, mild nutty flavor that is good prepared simply with water and salt, or with your favorite additions.

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Garbanzos, Zucchini and Tomatoes Sauteed – Seasoned or Not (Gluten-Free)

During the growing season we enjoy the variety of fresh vegetables, especially the versatile, naturally low-carb, high-nutrient, gluten-free summer squashes and zucchini.

Of course, the garbanzos add some carbs to the dish, but they have good protein, fiber and other nutrients so are well worth it.

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Sauteed Onions and Green Beans – Gluten-Free

When green beans are abundant, fresh from local produce markets, I cook them often. Other times I use frozen green beans.



My family really likes the combination of onions and green beans. We’ve had them recently as a gluten-free side dish with a traditional dinner of meat and potatoes.



It’s just as good with chicken and rice. I’ve even enjoyed it as a side for spaghetti and meat sauce.

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