Plant-Based Cooking Challenge 👨🏿‍🍳 Week #21 👩‍🍳 Come Join Us!!

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Greetings again my fellow Hivers, it's me @JustinParke with the latest Plant-Based Weekly Cooking Challenge, where I feature last week's winners and provide a new set of ingredients for this week's challenge.

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Plant-Power Cooking Challenge

🥦🌽🍉 WEEK #21 🍈🍅🥜

     Hosting this challenge has become one of my favorite activities on the Hive blockchain, and all of you talented chefs and your creations are the reason why. Each week I am amazed by your culinary creativity and the engagement each of you show.

     It's Thursday again, and that means a new challenge and new ingredients, each of which you may use one or more within your recipe submission. Not only is this challenge published from this account, I also share the link within the Plant Power curation posted every Thursday via the main @NaturalMedicine account.

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Plant Power Cooking Challenge
Week #20 Winner(s)

HIVE rewards sponsored by @shanibeer

Vegan Cassava Bread

by: @journeylife

     "What's better than a cooking video when your Hive eyes are a little tired from reading culinary text?" This awesome post/video by one of our very talented chefs is super easy to follow thanks to the video, and it's quite engaging too. I only missed seeing the piping hot freshly baked cassava mini-breads sliding out of the oven upon completion.

     Congratulations @journeylife! You are the winner of 3 HIVE and a 5% beneficiary of this post.

2nd & 3rd Prize Winners

     Chef @plantstoplanks made some zucchini muffins, but they are from your standard zucchini bread style treats. These bad boys are actually savory, and dare I say a wee bit spicy, so I imagined myself eating them alongside an Indian-style vegetable curry of some sort.

     The rainbow cassava balls prepared by chef @aswita were so beautiful, and caused me to wish I had smell-a-vision for the shredded coconut. The preparation of these sweet snacks requires you have access to agar-agar and cassava, but both are now pretty common ingredients around the world.

     Definitely not to be left out this week is the amazing Blueberry Babka Bread from chef @blackberryskunk. It could've easily won this week's challenge, and I highly recommend you check out this delish treat from our master baker.


Week #21 Ingredients/Styles:

SAVORY
SWEET
PASTA
MATCHA GREEN TEA POWDER
BANANA/PLANTAIN BLOSSOMS
APPLES
BULGUR
SWEET POTATOES

The Rules

  • You can create a dish with all three ingredients, or just one, or even two.
  • You can use any other ingredient you like, but one of the listed vegetables should be the feature of the dish.
  • You can use item(s) from the other column if you'd like to use a sweet in your savory or a savory in your sweet, but you must use at least one ingredient in the recommended flavor style.
  • No animal products can be used
  • Post in the Natural Medicine community and use any other tag such as #vegan, #plantbased, and #foodie, as your secondary tags
  • Please drop the link below this post.
  • Also, don't forget the #naturalmedicine tag if you want to earn LOTUS.

The Prizes

  • Each week I'll choose a winner to be receive part post beneficiary of my curation posts.
  • 1st prize is 3 HIVE + 5% post beneficiary, 2nd prize is 2 HIVE + 3% post beneficiary, and 3rd prize is 2% post beneficiary. HIVE rewards courtesy of @shanibeer.
  • If you'd like to sponsor this challenge, please drop a message below.
  • Great posts may get nominated for OCD support, reblogged, tweeted and even tipped!

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