Asian-Style Salty Seeds (and a cookbook giveaway!)

November 29th, 2012 at 8:08 am
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If you’re a regular here at DB, you’ve already heard me sing the praises of Alissa Segersten and Tom Malterre’s first book, The Whole Life Nutrition Cookbook. I’m also an avid reader of their blog. They have a way of turning whole and natural foods into delicious, nutritious, and entirely crowd-pleasing recipes.

And now, Ali and Tom have a brand new book out, Nourishing Meals. Trust me. You don’t want to miss this gem of a resource!

Now, let me be honest for a second. Between writing cookbooks, contributing to magazines, teaching cooking classes, and keeping up with Daily Bites, I cook a lot. I mean, a lot. I usually have very little time for cooking other people’s recipes because I do so much development of my own.

But when it comes to Ali and Tom’s recipes, I somehow always find time to squeeze them in. I love their cooking style and never get tired of seeing a new “Ali recipe” pop up in my inbox. So when I got my copy of Nourishing Meals, I couldn’t wait to tear into it and get cooking.

Nourishing Meals goes beyond gluten-free and dairy-free to include many grain-free, egg-free, vegan, and nut-free recipes, too. Spanning everything from baked goods to soups and salads to desserts, you will literally never need another recipe in your life if you have this book on your shelf! (Unless you’re like me, where there’s no such thing as too many recipes…even if you never make them.)

Geared towards those raising healthy children, Ali and Tom offer not only 300+ recipes in their new book but also tips for creating balanced family meals, key nutrients for different stages of life, information about whole grains and phytic acid, ideas for refined sugar alternatives, ways to preserve the harvest, tips for getting kids to eat healthier, and much more.

In short, Nourishing Meals is an interactive manual that will inspire you to get off the couch and into the kitchen to cook up some nutrient-packed food…whether it’s for your family or just for yourself.

I’ve already made a handful of recipes from the book, including the Apricot Almond Quinoa Muffins, Coconut Flour Flatbreads, Creamed Kale, Wild Rice Stuffing, and Sweet & Spicy Kale Chips. Every one has been delicious.

These Asian-Style Salty Seeds are based on Ali and Tom’s recipe for Toasted Sunflower Seeds with Coconut Aminos. I’ve been snacking on them this week and am officially addicted. I added some extra spices to my seeds and used a blend of pumpkin and sunflower seeds instead of just the sunflower. These seeds make a tasty topping for soups and salads, offering a unique flavor that’s reminiscent of soy…but they’re soy-free!

To give them that soy-like flavor, you’ll need some coconut aminos. Ali and Tom wrote a post about them a while back, which you can read here. You can get them online or at most health food stores.

The Giveaway

UPDATE 12/6/12: This giveaway is now closed.

Since it’s the season of giving, what better time than now to give away a few copies? Ali and Tom have generously provided THREE SIGNED COPIES of Nourishing Meals to give to THREE lucky readers. And you could be one of them!

To enter for your chance to win, simply do one or all of the following:

  • Leave a comment answering this question: What is your favorite nourishing meal to make for yourself or your family?
  • Like Whole Life Nutrition on Facebook and leave a comment saying you did.
  • Like Daily Bites on Facebook and leave a comment saying you did.

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Giveaway is open to residents of the United States until December 6, 2012 at 12:00 pm CST. Three (3) winners will be randomly selected. Winners will be notified via email and asked to respond within 48 hours. If winner does not respond, a new winner will be selected and notified. UPDATE 12/6/12: Winners have been drawn; giveaway is now closed.

Good luck!

Asian-Style Salty Seeds

Adapted from Nourishing Meals by Alissa Segersten & Tom Malterre

Makes about 1 cup

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1/2 cup raw pumpkin seeds

1/2 cup raw sunflower seeds

2 tablespoons coconut aminos

1/2 teaspoon granulated garlic

1/2 teaspoon ground ginger

1/4 teaspoon sea salt

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Place the seeds in a large stainless or cast iron skillet set over medium heat. Cook, stirring occasionally, until lightly browned and toasted, about 5 minutes. Remove from heat and add the coconut aminos, granulated garlic, ginger, and salt. Stir immediately to coat the seeds with the seasonings.

Transfer to a parchment-lined baking sheet and spread out in an even layer to cool. Store the cooled seeds in a glass jar at room temperature.

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  1. One of my most favorite meals to make for my family is elk stew. I love all the fresh vegetables and the nourishing grass fed organic elk we harvest. yum, yum!

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  12. Nancy Rush said on November 29, 2012 at 3:06 pm

    I second Hallie’s opinion – I bought this cookbook and have absolutely loved it. I’ve made a bunch of the recipes and all of them are great. Our household is gluten-free, and we’re working on getting rid of processed foods…this cookbook has helped tremendously!

  13. I love making chicken soup with homemade chicken stock. So yummy and it just feels healthy going down!

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  23. I love making bone broth soup. Soup is one of my favorite things to make, and bone broth soup is so good for you. It’s one of my families favorites too.

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  45. Anita Peoples said on November 29, 2012 at 7:28 pm

    My favorite nourishing comfort meal is gumbo! So yummy and it always hits the spot especially with homemade cornbread or homemade spelt sourdough bread. Delish!

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  61. Swati Worrall said on November 29, 2012 at 8:11 pm

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  64. Kale! By itself with coconut milk and a sprinkle of cinnamon for breakfast (my 2 year-old would eat the whole bunch if I didn’t snag some bites too), on top of homemade sourdough pizza, in soups, sauces, smoothies, etc… And good, old-fashioned, homemade soups. Any kind will do! And I already like you all on FB! Thanks for doing a give-away – fun!

  65. HEATHER BRANDT said on November 29, 2012 at 8:31 pm

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  70. I liked daily bites on fb. My favorite meal is any salad with avocado. My favorite is raw kale with avocado and sunflower seeds.
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  71. I like to make soups from scratch or almost scratch (ex. Pacific Organic Veg. Stock). I just made a kale and white bean soup last night and enjoyed it with homemade Paleo Bread. My husband and son enjoyed it with homemade, whole wheat bread. We all had kombucha!

  72. currently, my favorite nourishing meal to cook for my family is pumpkin and black bean chili….it is such a great one pot meal….and everyone LOVES it!!

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  80. think my favorite healthy meal would have to be a fabulous fresh green salad with lots of “extras” like cucumbers,carrots, tomatoe, seeds, nuts, cranberries….you know what I mean! The family likes it with strips of hot chicken breast and home made oil and vinegar dressing. Yumm

  81. I am a big fan of soups. I especially love soups in the winter time. I really enjoyed the ‘Roasty Toasty Carrot & Squash Soup’ that you posted from Veggies for Carnivores, and I also love Whole Life Nutrition’s ‘Fragrant Lentil Soup’. I also like serving stews.
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  87. Jessica P. said on November 29, 2012 at 9:45 pm

    It’s not a “meal”, but one of my favorite things right now is oven roasted chickpeas!

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  96. I make a warming lemongrass stew with tofu, baby bok choy, ginger, and lots of other veggies. So good and so nourishing

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  104. Karibeth Myers Soto said on November 29, 2012 at 11:56 pm

    My favorite meal to make is stew. I use grass-fed beef and grassfed-beef bone broth that I make at home. We add carrots, turnips, broccoli, celery, zucchini or whatever I have that sounds good :) its yummy, hearty, and nourishing!

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  113. I make a Lentil salad with a ton of organic veggies.

  114. The hearty soup that’s we’ve been making from the CSA late fall/early winter veggies we’re getting now! Filling a big heavy-bottomed pot with onions, leeks, butternut squash, purple turnips, hakuri turnips, garlic, celeraic, potatoes, sweet potatoes, some turkey stock left over from Thanksgiving, and a half jar of preserved summer tomatoes.

  115. One of my favorites would be roasted pastured chicken, a big salad and some roasted/sauteed veggies on the side.

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    My favorite nourishing meals are smooth, but hearty soups. Most any soup I can pack full of veggies, but run through my blender for smoothness. One of my favorites is the Cauliflower soup in the Whole Life cookbook. Another fave is a spicy tomato soup, which I altered to take out the dairy.

  119. Colleen M. said on November 30, 2012 at 4:54 am

    My favorite meal to make for my family is homemade soup. Usually chicken noodle or minestrone!

  120. My favorite nourishing meal…there are so many! A lot of them involve quinoa…like the cheezy (with nutritional yeast) quinoa with arugula casserole i make…i also *love* to make sweets, replacing dairy with cashews and coconut products, especially. so much fun to make and even more fun to eat, particularly when you know you’re feeding your body good stuff and not junk! Love Ali’s recipes and her stuff always inspires me to cook better, more interesting things, especially for my one-year-old…going to do it right for her!!

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  122. Also just “liked” Daily Bites…never saw your blog before and so glad to have found it! lots of inspiration to be found here as well.

  123. Laura Heath said on November 30, 2012 at 8:14 am

    My favorite nourishing meal is homemade soup and bread.

  124. My favorite nourishing meal is the Quinoa Cabbage Soup. It’ so wonderful on cold days!!
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  125. Favorite nourishing means vary with the seasons, but right now, it’s probably soup, soup, and more soup.

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  128. What a quick, easy and super tasty snack. Getting healthy gluten free snacks might be one of the biggest challenges ever. Thank YOU!!!

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  129. I love to make anything with spaghetti squash!

  130. Hi. My favorite nourishing meal now is a sausage and grapes (halved) stir fry in balsamic vinegar and add wilted spinach on top. It doesn’t sound good, but it turns into a delicious hearty stew.

    Unfortunately, I don’t have a FB account :(

  131. By the way, the Asian-style salty seeds sounds YUMMY!!!! Can’t wait to make them.

  132. Our favorite nourishing meal is potato soup. There is nothing more warming on a cold winter’s eve.

  133. My favorite nourishing meal is to make fattoush salad with hummus and whole wheat pita bread. Delicious, satisfying and nourishing!

  134. I love making homemade chicken soup for my family this time of year. So comforting and nourishing!

  135. Susan in Salida said on November 30, 2012 at 8:42 pm

    Chicken and dumplings, GFCF of course. Reminds me of my mom, and so good.

  136. My favorite nourishing meal to make for myself and family is anything with kale. I love to make it by itself, and even incorporate (or hide, when it comes to my younger kids) it in other dishes. The other day we had a delicious gluten-free, vegan quiche, with kale!

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  139. Kristen M. said on December 1, 2012 at 12:16 am

    I like to make chicken and dumplings from scratch. It’s even better with homemade broth.

  140. I went to Bastyr with Ali & Tom!! Love their passion about food and how it provides us with more than just nutrients. I already follow their blog & FB pg, I now follow Daily Bites FB page, and my families fav meal is roasted chicken, brown rice, & seasonal veggies. My girls can’t get enough of this meal.

  141. I like to blend up raw spinach, chicken stock, salt and garlic and have spinach soup. That is when we’re not having butternut squash soup or oven fried root veggies.

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  143. This time of year, I am loving homemade minestrone soup! So nourishing with root vegetables, beans and greens.

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  146. There is really nothing better to me and more nourishing than the Vegan Pumpkin Chili I make. I cook it in the crockpot. Love. Think I will have to make some this week!
    ~Lolly

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  149. I have been making a pumpkin tomato soup that is amazing this time of year :) Yum!

  150. My favorite from Nourishing Meals is Teff Banana Pancakes, the best !!

  151. I love to make lentil soups for a nourishing, delicious meal! I love Ali & Tom’s cookbooks and website. They have great recipes that are to yummy and good for you!

  152. Ann Neumann said on December 2, 2012 at 3:30 pm

    “liked” you both on FB—Thanks for your blog!!

  153. My favorite nourshing meal for my family is chicken soup, with brown rice replacing the noodles. My toddler will eat bowl after bowl, because she loves the taste. And I love that she’s getting veggies, chicken and healing bone broth into her belly.

  154. Patty Calvano said on December 2, 2012 at 10:52 pm

    I liked you on FB. My favorite meal is chicken and broccoli soup with white beans–because my kids eat it every time! Your blog and Ali’s keep my family well-fed!

  155. My favorite dish would be roasted vegetables with fish and rice then topped with a creamy basil yogurt sauce. I love your blog!

  156. I love making chicken soup with popovers (with homemade jam) and kale chips.

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  158. Laura Craig said on December 3, 2012 at 1:41 pm

    Love to prepare a big pot of veggie soup!

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  163. Ours is bibimbop – a korean dish which is is basically rice (brown rice for us) stirred up with protein (either tofu or fish or meat), and lots of veggies like grated carrots, bean sprouts, shredded lettuce/good greens, raw garlic, green onion, raw jalapenos (if you like them), topped with sesame oil, braggs or coconut aminos, and then topped with an egg.

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  172. Brian Heath said on December 6, 2012 at 3:18 am

    My favorite nourishing meal (believe it or not) is, simply, a steaming bowl of fresh homemade steel-cut oatmeal with chopped apples, walnuts, cinnamon, and coconut milk.

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    I love roasting seasonal veggies with lots of herbs and aromatics

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  177. This time of year my favorite food to make is a veggie and chicken soup or chili.

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  179. My favorite nourishing meal to make is this soup, from their website: http://www.nourishingmeals.com/2011/02/healing-chicken-ginger-soup.html

    It truly is the best soup, it makes a wonderful meal and my whole family likes it!
    I would simply love to win this cookbook, it has been on my wish list for so long, what an incredible Christmas gift this would be!
    Ana

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