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zola
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A shout out to the O secretors: Check out the recipes under Strawberries in a few days for a killer strawberry spinach salad dressing. Others can alter it to their type too!


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that sounds delicious, Zola, thanks!)


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One more vote for "ABOBA" (always in all-caps, of course).

I see the logo written in bold black block letters with the "O" bigger than the others, and the area inside it divided into quadrants colored red, green, gold, and blue (like Dr. D's blood-drop logo).  To most people, it would be just a logo, but it might tip off some BTDers.


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Quoted from Cocky
Spelt as a grain, is even HB for B's!!
and neutral for B-nonnies.
Indeed spelt flour to make bread and pastry is neutral..

As an A I eat loads of spelt... Make my fave bread with spelt flour, chopped walnuts, linseeds, walnutoil, and instead of sugar, veggly...

Most friends and guests who are 'privileged' to taste my speltbread consider it as pastry...  
I finally got the hang of baking this gorgeous bread... Breadmachines are awesome!!
Cannot imagine my life without this machine..!!

Zola, awesome idea to start a BTD-restaurant, but I live in Europe...

Yaman, we talk about a BTD-Restaurant Chain in Europe next year in Samos!!
With all the expertise of the EU BTD-followers this must be realized!!

Take care and stay all of you!!

Cocky


How about sharing your recipe?  I have a bread machine and am dying to have A type recipes that I can bake for me.
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As with many of us, I too dreamed of such a restaurant!  How about naming it "Your TYPE of restaurant"  or "Your TYPE of Great Food!)

You have to have pie!!!  Anyone have a good recipe that come close to the standard flakey pie crust?  PLEASE!!!!
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sorry the one I knew, a real *ABOBA* here in Zürich is now closed since 2,5 years and has changed to an italien restaurant ====== pizza seems to be better then "our* foodies  
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Quoted from atouranjoe
As with many of us, I too dreamed of such a restaurant!  How about naming it "Your TYPE of restaurant"  or "Your TYPE of Great Food!)


I like this "TYPE" of name for a BT restaurant!  



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atouranjoe,
http://www.dadamo.com/columns/begin/ask2.pl?20050705.txt

scroll down to kamut pie crust recipe!
enjoy!! )


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Quoted from atouranjoe
You have to have pie!!!  Anyone have a good recipe that come close to the standard flakey pie crust?  PLEASE!!!!


You Betcha.....I'll find it...

IT HAS BEEN A LITTLE OVER A YEAR SINCE I'VE MADE THIS AND SPELT FLOUR HAS BEEN DRYER THAN IT WAS THEN SO PLEASE NOTE THAT IT WILL PROBABLY TAKE MORE WATER OR LESS SPELT FLOUR THAN LISTED HERE:

Jill's Spelt Pie Crust
3 Tbsps Olive Oil (I use EV-NOT light and it tastes terrific-Dad said it was the best crust he had ever tasted and I take that as a huge compliment cuz mom is a fantastic baker!)
2 Tbsps cool water
1/4 tsp salt
1 Cup + 2 Tbsps SPELT flour

put oil, water & salt together and whisk until well blended.  Stir in flour.  Mix until all is moistened.  Press into a 9 inch pie plate or roll out with a rolling pin.  Fill and bake following filling recipe OR poke holes all over and bake empty shell for 10-12 miinutes at 375 F.  Fill when cooled.

This is a very tasty pie crust.


~jill~A+ + O+ = 2 O-'s!!!

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nice thanks Jill! )


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Jill -- Your recipe looks great -- not all that much oil!  I'll try it next time I want to bake a real pie.  Usually I do cobblers, but that just doesn't work for pumpkin!

Speaking of recipes, I posted a yeast-based "cheese" sauce recipe for you a few days ago on the Nutritional Yeast sticky thread of the Eat Right forum (post #110 on Page 5).  I just now posted an answer to Slyparrot's question (from last October!) on that thread, so it should be on the Recent Threads list for a while.


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Thanks Carol, I'll have to check that out.  Mac and cheese always sounds good to my girls but I never give it to 'em.  And I think we have some spelt noodles that would work just fine in the pantry.  Maybe to go with supper tomorrow night before basketball.


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jill, thank you for the pie crust recipe....I am going to give it a try.
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I've posted my whole lemon meringue pie recipe under lemons on type base.  It might be up by now.  Wish someone would make ME one!


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Mmmmmm that's sounds good. Let's have a potluck, you bring the lemon pie. Wish the BTD restaurant would open soon. I am hungry and I'm not a good cook.

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Salmon Marinade - I made it up on-the-fly to taste.
HB for A, AB, except the vinegar in the horseradish...  
juice of 1 Lime - fresh from the tree
Dill - I had dried, maybe 1 t.
Parsley - ~2t
Curry - 1/2 t. or less, this was a little overwhelming
Nuclear Horseradish (from the web) - ~1t - a little vinegar in this, but I squeezed out most of the juice.

I let the mixture sit for about 15 min., then put the salmon on the barbeque and rubbed the marinade on top of each piece.  Cooked, flipped, cooked until flaky.  UMMMM!

The leftovers were great cold the next day.



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Joe,
thanks for sharing that recipe! )


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How about a restuarant with a different buffet in each corner for each blood type? Would love to go to a btd restaurant, it would also provide new menu inspiration!
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cbrom,
welcome!)
get acquainted with the forum and all features
of this website.
If you go to the top of the page and click on member centre (on the top right hand side of this page) and get yourself a nice avatar (located on the left) then we can all see what blood type you are and you won't have to type it each time you post.
-if you want to add information below your avatar setting, such as Rh +/-, by going to the Profile Information section in the Member Center and typing in the Personal Message box.  You can also create a Signature of any other information you want to share that will go at the bottom of every message you post.
-You can also create a Signature of any other information you want to share that will go at the bottom of every message you post.


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It isn't a BTD restaurant, but my husband and I (both A's) really like Qdoba. Because they offer you choices at each step of assembly, you can make sure your meal is quite BTD friendly and it is filling.
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sunny,
where is that at?
sounds too good to be true!! )


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Lola -- Qdoba is a restaurant chain.  In fact, it's a chain of Mexican restaurants -- so how come you've never heard of 'em?  

But seriously (*ahem!*), you can check 'em out and find the location nearest you (in the U.S., that is) at http://www.qdoba.com.



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lol,
never heard of them, sorry.)

thought it was a new BTD friendly restaurant!!! lol

the name .....OBA.......


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Quoted from cbrom

How about a restuarant with a different buffet in each corner for each blood type?



What a neat concept to dream about!  Each buffet table could be Secretor at one end, Nonnie at the other end, and whatever they have in common goes in the middle.



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thought it was a new BTD friendly restaurant!!! lol

the name .....OBA.......



Ah, yes, Qdoba.  So near and yet so far!  *sigh*



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