DATE: CATEGORY: Recipes

Student Spotlight + Recipe: Lavanya Srinivasan

What is your name and in which program are you enrolled? Lavanya Srinivasan, Nutrition Consultant Training Program Where are you from originally and what led you to Bauman College? I moved from South India to the U.S. nearly three decades ago and have lived mostly in the Midwest. About a year and a half ago, … Read More

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DATE: CATEGORY: Gluten-Free

Brown Lentil Miso Spread

Looking for an alternative to hummus for your next dinner party? This Brown Lentil Miso Spread is the perfect umami complement to veggies, crackers, or even sandwiches. Miso is a fermented paste made with soybeans—though chickpea and brown rice varieties are also available—and koji culture (aspergillus oryzae). Miso is a powerful digestive aid and also … Read More

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DATE: CATEGORY: Alumni

Alumni Spotlight + Recipe: Claire McCann

My name is Claire McCann and I am a Natural Chef and the Kitchen Manager at Bauman College. I always dreamt of going to culinary school, but I knew there was more to being a chef than long shifts on nights and weekends, fine dining, and tweezer plating. When I came across Bauman College’s Natural … Read More

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DATE: CATEGORY: Recipes

From “Say What!” to “Aww, Thanks”: The Idli Story

By Lavanya Srinivasan, Nutrition Consultant student Idlis, or savory rice cakes, are made from a combination of soaked lentils and parboiled rice that is ground and then fermented overnight. Growing up, I did not like idlis. Not that they weren’t good after school tiffins (snacks) or tasty additions to Saturday evening dinner, but because helping my mother … Read More

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DATE: CATEGORY: Gluten-Free

Student Spotlight + Recipe: Alana Haldan

My name is Alana Haldan and I am a Natural Chef student with a passion for vegan, plant-based cooking, fermentation, and raw foods. Before diving into the culinary world, I was a graphic designer, spending most of my time behind a computer screen. Despite thinking of myself as a healthy eater, I felt overweight, tired, … Read More

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DATE: CATEGORY: Gluten-Free

Black Bean Brownies

By Nina Johnson, NC, CPT Nina is a recent graduate of Bauman College’s Nutrition Consultant via Distance Learning Training Program, a professional member of National Association of Nutrition Professionals (NANP), and is a certified personal trainer through the National Association of Sports Medicine (NASM). She serves clients in the San Francisco Bay Area as well as … Read More

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DATE: CATEGORY: Gluten-Free

Yam + Seed Spread

An unusual, delicious, and exotic spread that will delight the senses with its savory and sweet notes. Try it on flatbread, crackers, or whole-grain bread, or simply enjoy by the spoonful.   Yam + Seed Spread   Save Print Author: Dr. Ed Bauman + Chef Lizette Marx, Flavors of Health Cookbook Serves: 2 cups Ingredients … Read More

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DATE: CATEGORY: Gluten-Free

Indian-Spiced Socca with Spinach, Mint + Coconut Chutney

At our Open House this month, we’ll be serving up delicious, health-supportive samples of two recipes from our Natural Chef program: Indian-Spiced Socca and Spinach, Mint + Coconut Chutney. Indian-Spiced Socca Socca is a gluten-free flatbread that originates from southern France. This recipe adds a twist to the traditional, simple street food by infusing it with savory … Read More

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DATE: CATEGORY: Alumni

Alumni Spotlight + Recipe: Alicia Brasch

My name is Alicia Brasch and I was born and raised in the Bay Area. After living all over the world, in places such as Los Angeles, Japan, Minneapolis, Switzerland, and Seattle, I moved back to Northern California and now live in Marin County with my husband and three children. I received my B.A. in … Read More

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DATE: CATEGORY: Recipes

Root Vegetable Tagine

A simple and quick vegetarian version of Moroccan tagine. This combination of vegetables with sweet dried apricots and warming exotic spices makes this dish perfect for cold weather. The tagine is served over couscous, a grain dish made from semolina wheat, a staple food of North Africa that was developed by some of the first … Read More

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