Fried Rice

A plate of fried rice with a friend egg on top

Fried rice is a delicious example of what I love to celebrate on Vinegar Home—getting creative with leftovers and whatever you have on hand. And if you don’t want to wait until you have leftover rice (I didn’t), you can cook rice in the morning, store it in the refrigerator, and then make this recipe […]

Nutritional Yeast Sauce Pasta

A white bowl of fettuccine style pasta in a creamy yellow sauce

Much like my recipe for Easy Peanut Noodles, this pasta sauce is a versatile standby in my household. Enjoy it on pasta as-is or top it with whatever fresh, crunchy veggies you have on hand. Some great candidates to try are fresh arugula, sauteed sweet peppers, or stirfried broccoli. If nutritional yeast is new to […]

Two Ways to Roast Butternut Squash

Cubes of butternut squash on a silver backing sheet

There are two common ways to roast butternut squash—peeled and cut in cubes or wedges or simply halved and roasted with the skins on. Peeling squash takes a bit more work, but the roasting time is shorter (20-25 minutes) and you have a lot of serving options. Try peeled and roasted butternut squash as a […]

Mung Bean Sprouts

Canning jar full of sprouted mung beans in a refrigerator

I learned about mung bean sprouts from an old friend who became a natural-food enthusiast in the early seventies. Every time I visited her home, I noticed a jar of sprouts in her dish drainer—so I asked her about them. She explained her simple process, and I’m forever grateful to her. I make them frequently, […]