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I have neglected my project of trying A beneficial/O neutral foods. It is time to get started again. I bought a bag of dried fava beans. The directions said to soak the beans overnight, then cook them 20 minutes in a pressure cooker. I should have been suspicious. I can cook a whole pumpkin in less than 10 minutes. I used to cook potatoes in 7 - 9 minutes. I should have known better than to cook anything for 20 minutes. But I followed the directions.
The fava beans cooked to mush. The ones near the bottom of the pan were scorched. I had a mess. I carefully spooned the beans that were not scorched into a bowl and wondered what to do with them. I added some butter (buttery spread) and a seasoned salt that my daughter likes. Then I cooked a back up vegetable for the As.
When we served dinner, my husband asked what was in the bowl. He had never heard of fava beans, and was suspicious. "They look like potatoes," he said. He took a tentative forkful, and said, "They taste like potatoes." I thought - They do??? He was right, they didâ€¦sort of. As we were clearing the table he said, "Give me more of those in my lunch tomorrow." I may never know what fava beans are supposed to look and taste like, since I'll prepare them like potatoes.
I had also stuffed celery with peanut butter. It is one of my daughter's favorites. As I was digging the celery out of the refrigerator, I found a tub of miso, left from making a casserole. On a whim, I stuffed some of the celery with miso. My daughter & I did not care for the miso stuffed celery, but my husband really liked it. In fact, he ate it all.
A near disaster and an impulse turn into BTD success.
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