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How about a nice Ontario ice-wine?   Just teasing!  

BTD restaurant  -  it should (would, could) be possible.  But how? I don't know, but there are many ways that should not be done ...


** Begin Humour (Noir) Section

-- How not to run "In Vein - Blood Type Friendly Restaurant"

What-da-ya-mean the turkey-berry-ezekiel sandwich with a side of romaine-spinach-endive is the only main course?

News Item: Virtually unkown restaurant in financial difficulties after an altercation between regular patrons and some members of a goth-punk gang.  One detective involved cited a "request for a cup of O negative" as being the cause for the incident.

Close paragraph.  Close restaurant.  Close minds.

** End (Supposed) Humour Section


To really get this going we would need some delicious and highly nutritions meals to create interest in this "lectin thingie."  We all know, from being in a anti/non-BTD world, people want a food/suppliment/medicine that alows them to eat anything they want.  They would rather not use self control to eat so that their food is a primary factor promoting good health.  We should call this the "Snow White" delusion.

Food 4 thought:
Would you
               have saliva tests avaliable on-site?
               have 1, 4, 5, 8 or 16 menus?
               have pop-psychological tests?
               collect a customer survey as to exercise habits?
               offer complementary samples of extreme compliance dishes?
               stock difficult to get suppliments / foods?
               put snippits of grade 8-level hematology on the back of the menus?

Marketing self-control is a loosing battle, until some beaurocratic behemoth finds that BTD would reduce malaise and increase healthy, productive outlook in people.  Trouble is that any Big Brother capable of controling people's diets is not really interested in their health.


My weight loss goal: 220 lbs.  A 6'4" dyslexic oddball: the size of a line-backer, the silhouette of Winnie-the-Pooh.
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ROFLAMO- Paul great
yes I think you hit the nail...thatswhy our big restaurant in Zrich was closed.... I think it
took this way for closure  
thisway I told that I'll do the test before with my tester... so no blames or claims possible   yes and the supplements we will give gratuitamente - = only some Deflect ?

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It would be swell if Dr. D  would patent BTD placemats for educational dining!


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wow, i almost missed out on this thread! wonderful idea and lots of good advice. i considered starting some version of the btd restaurant myself, but don't have your chef experience .i did learn to cook and experiment with recipes and ingredients, from my mother. i use this experience and knowledge now to convert recipes to be btd compliant. i have only 2 types, a and o in my home. i am a great fan of spelt flour! using it has allowed me to make familiar foods without wheat. i continue to experiment and learn from my mistakes. probably my mother's best advice in cooking is learn from your mistakes, laugh about it and move on. she made a cake with campbells tomato soup once. i think she got the recipe from the soup company's promotional cookbook. anyway, the cake looked and tasted disgusting. the whole family still laughs about this. she laughs.too. hope we can all encourage you in your dream and in some small way be a part of it. maybe you can start small and as your sucess grows, you might write a gourmet btd cookbook. keep us posted on your progress and let us know if you need any help...diane


Non-secretors have to work twice as hard to get half as far...SusieD

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Awesome! Let me know what you'd like to "eat out" at Zola's kitchen. Your recipe may be famous one day! I'm off to experiment on some salmon cakes and spelt bread....Zola


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or you could start a catering buisness......

dinner parties, buffets.....coctails....marriages...all compliant and btd friendly!!

bet you no one has seen anything like it!!

you ll be so famous, they ll be begging for a restaurant!! )


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That could put a new twist on the "blood test" before you get married...a kind of genetic counseling...only for the couple...not for expectant parents.

lola - I thought about that catering angle...would have to be in a fairly metropolitan place...at least with a good supply of natural and organic products...there is the issue of who I can allow to be suppliers...my health food store draws folks from all over the central part of Washington state in the Grand Coulee corridor and it only has a smattering of organic produce...Safeway has a smidge...I would have to get it from Spokane 2 hours away or from the organic farmers themselves...it would end up being seasonal (not always a bad thing - people expect to get lots of things out of season though. )...this will prove to be educational...

My latest creations...
Puffed millet mozzarella crisps
Date and puffed rice cookies
Salmon cakes with dill, lemon and coriander yogurt sauce

What would you like to order when you go out to eat?

It can be diner, bistro or fine dining fare...


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how about recipes? )

we could all try at home and compare results.


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Hey, I had this idea as soon as I started the diet this past winter. Does this happen to everyone? Of course being in the field gives one the advantage.You that is, not me. My two grains of salt: Have blood type test kits available for the uninitiated that are brought in by the converted. Good luck, I'd like to see it happen! Iemnli.


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hi-hi-hiiiiiiiiiiii *the friendly approach (take-over )of BTD's and society

oooo aallll dearles sing with me..........
hmmmm   hhhhmmmm hmmmmhm hmhmhm .....
low.....*we shall overcome......w  eeee  shaaalll ooooovvveerrrcooommmee

and loud.....WE shal over come one day...yyyyyiiiii   yay.........

and now ouuta of all you can from your heart... Weeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
wil  do it


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Hey Zola,
Ever thought of migrating to Australia? Paul (Taswolf) and Sue tell us that the Victoria Markets in Melbourne are fabulous for good food.
Jenny

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I'm committed to staying here for awhile BUT Australia is not out of the question. My friend Matt said I'd love it there. (He defected to New Zealand). Do you have good sources for lamb too?

There is also the possibility of franchising internationally. It could happen! Gotta start small for now but if people catch on to feeling good on the BTD around the world what a beautiful place this would be...

:) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :)

It's 2:35 in the afternoon here. What time would that be there?


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That could put a new twist on the "blood test" before you get married...a kind of genetic counseling...only for the couple...not for expectant parents.

lola - I thought about that catering angle...would have to be in a fairly metropolitan place...at least with a good supply of natural and organic products...there is the issue of who I can allow to be suppliers...my health food store draws folks from all over the central part of Washington state in the Grand Coulee corridor and it only has a smattering of organic produce...Safeway has a smidge...I would have to get it from Spokane 2 hours away or from the organic farmers themselves...it would end up being seasonal (not always a bad thing - people expect to get lots of things out of season though. )...this will prove to be educational...

My latest creations...
Puffed millet mozzarella crisps
Date and puffed rice cookies
Salmon cakes with dill, lemon and coriander yogurt sauce

What would you like to order when you go out to eat?

It can be diner, bistro or fine dining fare...



OOOOOH, puffed millet mozarella crisps sound wonderful, hope you post the recipe


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puffed millet mozarella crisps !!
ditto cheryl .)


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Here you go Cheryl O Blogger...enjoy!

Puffed Millet Mozzarella Crisps

2 C puffed millet cereal
1 C shredded Mozzarella cheese (Love organic Montzarella - Mozzarella from Montana)
1 T dill weed (thyme or cumin might be good on their own too)
1/2 salt - adjust to your own liking
1/4 C melted ghee (nutty brown and flavorful)
1/2 C compliant flour (I used spelt - rice would probably work well too
                              - go crazy and try it without it maybe more cheese to
                                                                                     create matrix
1 egg (or egg substitute) - used to glue it together so make sure it has this property

Mix everything but the millet together and then fold the millet in with a plastic spatula. Press mixture into a lighlty oiled pie plate or 8" square baking pan. Bake at 350 for 20-25 minutes. I like to cut them into wedges and toast them on the bottom in a lightly oiled cast iron skillet. Enjoy!

P.S. Type O-nonsecretors - you could try this without cheese and try adding another egg plus a little more salt to offset the lack of salty cheese.


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great thanks Zola!


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Additional thought to the Puffed Millet Crisps...
you could add 4 T of Nutritional/Brewer's Yeast for it's "cheesy" quality. yum!


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yes great idea!

and full of Bs!! )


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Thank you, thank you, thank you for the puffed millet mozarella crisp recipe!!!  I also really need to use the nutritional yeast more.  Cheese is one of my most difficult foods to give up.


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I bet you could make the same crisps with puffed amaranth or puffed rice.......


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I'm committed to staying here for awhile BUT Australia is not out of the question. My friend Matt said I'd love it there. (He defected to New Zealand). Do you have good sources for lamb too?



You beccha! Oz was developed on the sheep's back.
Jenny

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Zola....just discovering this thread....absolutely wonderful. How far are you from Boise?? I'm your sales, marketing, accounting, business, customer service front end person. I work for a large corporation in the grocery business....

I am working to start a "life support unit" for BTD in Boise....hoping to generate enough interest to build a group that, I know, will take on a life of its own with the right attention.

So much good advice from everyone...and I LUV "Transfusion"...but agree that the world may not be ready....

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