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My husband easily gets bored with food because he does not have either a good sense of taste or smell. He will try a new food and like it. Then after a couple of months he will be tired of it and never want to eat it again. It is a challenge to keep his diet rotating enough that he doesn't reject Type A beneficial foods.
This morning I wanted to fix something new for breakfast. I grabbed "Recipes for a Small Planet" because it has lots of high protein recipes that are usually beneficial for Type As. I found a peanut butter waffle recipe and made a few BTD adjustments.
The reaction was above and beyond my expectations. My daughter said, "These are really good." Then she said, "Can you pack two in my lunch box for an after school snack?" Hmmm. Cold waffles for an after school snack. They really must have been good. Then my husband came into the kitchen with his empty plate asking if there were any more.
Here is my adapted version.:
1 cup rye flour
Â¼ cup soy powder
Â½ tsp salt
2 tsp baking powder
1/3 cup honey
Â½ cup peanut butter
1 Â¼ cup soy milk.
Combine the dry ingredients. Combine the wet ingredients and stir until thoroughly mixed. Pour the wet mixture into the dry and stir enough to moisten. Cook according to your waffle iron instructions.
I didn't eat them because of the peanuts - but this recipe is a Type A keeper.
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