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jsgrierson
Monday, October 10, 2005, 3:42am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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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.


Help Zola!  I've just  tried this and it didn't work for me. Maybe the millet was not puffed. It was tiny berries, rather like amaranth berries. The result seemed raw and crumbly. Could you talk me through it again please?
Jenny

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Victoria
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Jenny, it sounds like you used the whole grain millet instead of a packaged cereal, which is puffed and light like rice crispies.  (Well, sort of.  )



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jsgrierson
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Quoted from Victoria
Jenny, it sounds like you used the whole grain millet instead of a packaged cereal, which is puffed and light like rice crispies.  (Well, sort of.  )


Oops, I'll try again. thanks,
Jenny
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helga
Tuesday, October 11, 2005, 4:04am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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The millet needs to be puffed for this one!

I am on another computer so my alias is Helga.

Lola - and everyone else...I am slowly putting my recipes on Type Base 4

it takes awhile for recipes to post. Check out the Dilled Salmon En Papillote (much simpler than it sounds).

If I have left overs from this dish I make salmon cakes with yogurt sauce (coriander, garlic, dill, lemon, etc.)

I'm short on time these days but will post this one when things lighten up.

happy eating!

Zola
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helga
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I remember the first time I made millet - talk about raw and astringent! Whew! It is in need of ghee and mozz for sure!

I'm en route to make Omega-3 chocolate. Anyone tried this one? I discovered macadamia nut butter. Can't go too far astray with this one...
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Omega 3 chocolate?  !!!!!!!!!

Please do tell us more!




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Lola
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helga,
welcome and we ll be looking forward to read some of your recipes, thanks!
if you'll go up to the top right side of the
page,to Member Center, then to Avatar
Settings on the lower left side of that page,
you can select your blood type click the save
button at the base and you won't
have to keep telling us what it is.
.


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Victoria
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Lola,

Surprise!  It's Zola!!



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zola
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Hi - it's me again. In order to have an IP address at my husband's computer I have to sign in as a different user (hence, the Helga alias).

Victoria - check out the Omega-3 Chocolate on Typebase4. I actually ended up using peanutbutter instead of the macadamia nut butter. This made them more stiff and easier to roll into "truffle" like balls. They are soooooooooooo good. I was pleasantly surprised by this recipe. Many thanks to whoever shared it. I used "special dark" cocoa powder and maple syrup for the sweetener (used half what it called for). I love dark chocolate so this was perfect for me.

The recipe uses ground flaxseed, walnuts and (in my case) peanutbutter - all beneficials.  Then your choice of sweetener and the cocoa powder. Seems like pretty much any type could adjust this recipe to fit their "needs."


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Zola,
That looks like my kind of candy!  Thanks for the tip.  I notice that there are no amounts given.  Is that a computer glitch, or is the recipe just giving us the license to experiment with amounts?

Do you have a favorite brand of cocoa?



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Omega-3 Chocolate recipe...

1/2 C butter (I used room temp ghee)
1/2 C nut butter
1/2 C flaxseed meal
1/2C cocoa
1/4 C maple syrup
pinch o' sea salt
3/4C walnuts - chopped

I had Hershey's "special dark" cocoa powder on hand. If given my druthers it'd be Vahlrona or Dagoba.

Enjoy!    


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Helga,thanks for the recipe!!)
oooops sorry......Zola!! thank you both.


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Thanks from me too, Helga/Zola/Helga/Zola!
Can't wait to try it, and have an excuse to buy something from Dagoba!

 



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helga
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Just to keep you all updated...I am seriously entertaining the idea of becoming a personal chef. (as opposed to a private chef). The Blood Type Diet can be one of the menus that clients can choose from.

If you have any questions about what a personal chef is check out:

http://www.personalchef.com

It is a great idea for people who are busy - especially professionals, two income families and those with special dietary needs.
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very nice!

must be a fun and rewarding job!


''Just follow the book, don't look for magic fixes to get you off the hook. Do the work.'' Dr.D.'98
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Lola,
I'm impressed with your spirit of constant adventure and creativity.  As another self-employed woman, I encourage you to keep right on probing until you feel the fit.  Whatever you choose will be your own creation.



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Victoria,
what encouraging words!! thanks! )
specially coming from a creative B as you! xo


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Ya I had an idea to open up a fast-but-healthy-and-BTD-friendly restaurant/cafe here in Ottawa, Canada.. it's still fantasy right now but being a computer geek it would be a very high tech place!

I saw the menu as having a section for each blood type and then recipies neutral to all.  

Some funky down-tempo beats playing in the background live from internet radio.

computerized menu ordering system... you sit down.... read the menu... type in some menu selection numbers on a small kiosk in at your table and your food magically appears!  Maybe something that even summons a waiter to your table!

Free Wi-Fi too!  


And really good food!  IT's possible..... totally... I just need $$$ and time.. and I need to retire.... soon!



It's always better after the second iteration.

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a good reason to go for a visit to Ottawa!!)


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It is awonderful idea,if I lived in the area I would definitely go their,I am always experimenting with recipes  and alot more with  different kinds of flours since I  started
trying  to do the er4yt  diet. But I always have to add some type of gluten flour  to get it to turn out  ok,so I am always  checking out new  recipes and experimenting
Good Luck
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don t forget to update your ERFYT book lists with the typebase here on line.

certain food status have changed, since LRFYT came out.


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Check out the Type Base 4 in a few days.

I put in my recipe for Thai Green Curry (compliant for Type A nonsecretors - not sure about lemongrass). The curry paste is part of the recipe.

My husband says I could sell it. You be the judge.


It is so pleasant to explore nature & oneself at the same time, doing violence neither to her nor to one's own spirit, but bringing both into balance in gentle, mutual interaction.

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Oh, it's listed under Peppers ( made with jalepeno).


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Trying out spelt pizzas with no tomato ("white") sauce...

pretty tasty success with...

Roasted Zucchini & red onion + wilted spinach mixed with cottage cheese + turkey sausage: Pizza #1 (be sure to squeeze the spinach out very well & chop it too)

Pizza #2: The zuke & onion + teriyaki chicken & pinapple

Both had low-fat shredded mozzarella

Before roasting the zuke & onion tossed it with olive oil, oregano & basil

Used white spelt bread recipe from typebase4

Pizza #1 is okay for Type A nonsecretors, Both B and AB types
Pizza #1 is okay for both Type A's and Type O secretors

You can try altering the toppings for those who can have spelt

Anyone have suggestions for a pizza bread base for those with spelt or other allergy issues?


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perhaps with rice and amaranth flour, or millet.


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