How did Eggplant get its name? It has nothing to do with eggs and I wouldn’t water it once a week in a terracotta pot (not that I actually remember to water my plants as it is.) However, it is such a beautiful, majestic, versatile vegetable that is nothing to be scared of.

Much like a mushroom, the eggplant soaks up the flavors surrounding it, but yet still has it’s own distinctive taste. That could also be a description for myself, but that’s another story. P.S.: This delectable recipe is low in fat, just a perk.

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Helene Rodriques is a chef who cares about health she is agraduate of Keiser University Center for Culinary Arts, specializing in healthy foods. She is a teacher, lecturer & consultant on cooking Her kitchen provides traditional family cooking, tips to learn how to cook as well as new twists on recipes to make them healthier.

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