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eh
Monday, November 6, 2006, 12:06am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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hi italy,
I use rice bran oil too!
Can you tell me how your rice bran mayo turns out? I've never used it for mayo. Of course, I mainly use it to deep fry my coke...um just kidding....
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hi italy,I use rice bran oil too! Can you tell me how your rice bran mayo turns out? I've never used it for mayo. Of course, I mainly use it to deep fry my coke...um just kidding....eh


Uh, yeah, right, you're just kidding..........    tell ya what, if you let me know how your deep fried coke turns out, I'll let you know how much mayo turns out, deal?  



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aw....
i'm taking my ball home  


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Replies 25, 26 and 27 are too cute! ROTFL!!!  


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(As BTDers, please substitute your most desirable, delightful bennie for the figurative 'milk and honey'!)
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aw....  i'm taking my ball home  


no, no, madge!! please don't go!     here lemme tell ya like my brother tells my SIL. Have to give you the story first. My other brother was there and their bird kept saying something, but it said it SO fast, he could never get what it was. One day when he wasn't really paying close attention, you DID get what the bird was saying. Here goes.....
"Oh baby I'm so sorry, I didn't mean to hurt your feelings, I'll never do it again"
Do you get the feeling my brother says that a lot?       Maybe he needs to, maybe he doesn't , we just thought it was hilarious!!



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I wanted to use the little yellow circle emoticon (or whatever they're called) that is horizontal and kicking its little feet cracking up laughing up in response to how funny I tho't the reparte between Italy and eh was but we don't have it in the BTD emoti-thingies. Does anyone know where/how I can capture those little critters?


"Some people look out and see a land of giants while others look out and see a land flowing with milk and honey."
(As BTDers, please substitute your most desirable, delightful bennie for the figurative 'milk and honey'!)
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That's priceless irony!



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"Oh baby I'm so sorry, I didn't mean to hurt your feelings, I'll never do it again"


I'm going to consider using that Parrot's fast talking apology as my signature...but I can't type fast enough to make it illegibly intelligible, you know, a written version of something like your parrot's garbled but perfectly sensible sentence. Here goes,

Squarkby, squawko eieimsqurry, iieeeii squidn't eeeeeeen squwar pheeeelinks, eel n8347ndever squdooo eeeeeeeeet arghensquark.

If you read it while you're half asleep after a dinner of one of Brighid's magic mushroom dishes it should look perfectly sensible...of course, in order to write it in the first place you need to have snorted some deep fried coke...




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Quoted from eh
I'm going to consider using that Parrot's fast talking apology as my signature
If you read it while you're half asleep after a dinner of one of Brighid's magic mushroom dishes it should look perfectly sensible...of course, in order to write it in the first place you need to have snorted some deep fried coke...


uhhhhhh, madge, you're not still on the 'shrooms are ya? oh, after rereading guess I shoulda asked about the 'coke, eh? should I just read between the lines here? Hmmmmm???????
anywho, I am gonna try Brig's mushroom pizza. I love portabellas and I can just imagine what that would taste like. (can we get a drooling smiley face? )




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LuHu, just wanted to tell you, that thanks to you, I ordered my very own VitaMix today!!!!  


IB, what model did you buy?


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IB, what model did you buy?


Hi Drea,

IB told me that she got the Vita-Mix Super 5000 in black. She's gonna have FUN!  


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I'm so jealous! But happy at the same time! I'm looking forward to hearing all about her vitamix adventures.


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I'm so jealous! But happy at the same time! I'm looking forward to hearing all about her vitamix adventures.


Drea, I know the feeling! I'm a little jealous, too even though my 6-1/2 year old white Super 5000 performs perfectly and probably will long after parts of me give out! But a brand new black VM---Wow! No, really, I'm very, very happy and excited that she has the VM and I have asked her to tell me about everything she makes with it, too. Hopefully she'll POST about it!  


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Hey LuHu,
you mentioned "salsa rosa, a delicious condiment" in your mayo recipe earlier in this post - could you give more detail, like ingredients & how to make? thanks
I'm going thru so much storebought Norganic mayo, might as well make our own at home, and need some variety anyway (gotta disguise it for hubby, he's not rapt with mayo).

cheers,
carmen
wow she's hot and gusty today (31C in the morning)


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Hi Carmen,

Here is a Salsa Rosa recipe from Michael Chiarello. Tomatoes are an ingredient so it's not BTD approved for every blood type.   Maybe someone can suggest a substitution or with all the flavor of the other ingredients, maybe you won't miss them if you delete them??? . . . heresy!!!  

Salsa Rosa:
12 whole red bell peppers
Extra-virgin olive oil, for coating, plus 2 tablespoons, plus 1/2 cup
2 tablespoons grey salt
4 whole serrano chiles
6 cloves garlic
1/2 cup tomato puree
2 sprigs fresh oregano
3/4 cup red wine vinegar


Preheat oven to 450 degrees F. Coat peppers with olive oil and place on a foil lined baking sheet. Salt liberally. Bake in the oven, turning every 10 minutes until peppers are blistered and black, about 20 to 30 minutes total.

Meanwhile, add 2 tablespoons of olive oil to a hot saute pan. Add the serrano chiles and the garlic. Lower the heat to moderate, and cook, turning occasionally, until the chiles are softened, lightly browned, and blistered on all sides. Remove the pan from the heat and let the chiles cool in the oil for several minutes

When the roasted bell peppers are blistered and blackened, removed them from the oven, place in a glass bowl and cover with plastic wrap. This will steam the skins off and make them easier to remove. After 15 to 20 minutes, remove the peppers and peel. Remove the seeds, stems and ribs. Do not run under water this will just wash the flavor off! You should have about 4 cups.

Note: You can roast the peppers under the broiler or over a gas flame, if you prefer, but I like to do them in a hot oven. It takes a little longer, but you don't have to monitor them as closely.

Chop the garlic finely, then use the side of your knife to mash them to a paste a pinch of grey salt will help this process. Mashing insures that the garlic add just an undercurrent of flavor, with no big pieces to bite into. Add to the blender.

When cool enough to handle, peel the chiles and remove the stems and seeds (or leave some or all of the seeds if you prefer a spicy sauce). Then add the tomato puree and the oregano (no need to chop the oregano because it's going to be blended in). Add to the blender the olive oil used to roast the chilis and garlic. Turn the blender on high until everything is smooth and thick.

Turn a medium saute pan on high for 30 seconds with about 1/4 cup of olive oil. Stand back as you pour the blender mixture into the pan. Be careful, it can splatter. This second heating brings the flavors together. Season with salt and pepper. Whisk in the remaining 1/4 cup olive oil and the red wine vinegar. The vinegar gives it a little sharpness and protects it in the refrigerator for about a week.

Ladle it into canning jars and store in the refrigerator for a week. It can be frozen for 5 months.

Bon appetit!    


"Some people look out and see a land of giants while others look out and see a land flowing with milk and honey."
(As BTDers, please substitute your most desirable, delightful bennie for the figurative 'milk and honey'!)

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LuHu - thanks!
Sounds very spicy & fragrant. I'm gonna take it easy with the chiles & will have to use a locally available variety (hard to find here unless grow own from seed). Had been buying a Polish paprika salsa/paste (no avoids, I think) that has similar ingredients but reckon they use the pepper skins so a little bitter. This is way better! Toms aren't a prob for Osec (me).



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You're very welcome, Carmen.    I had to check Typebase4 about the tomatoes being ok for Os after your post and surely enough, (to my surprise) they are! That's great, because this is a fantastic recipe. Enjoy without guilt or ill effects. What's better than that!


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Hey LuHu, what could we O's sub for that red wine vinegar in the Salsa Rosa recipe?
First thing I made in my VM was a blueberry tofu 'shake'. Recipe in booklet. Was very good. I just made almond milk this morning. Am getting ready to make some soup. Have made several varieties of morning drinks, but am going to have to concentrate more on the veggies than fruit right now w/ the adrenal failure and all.
Pureed up my cow pumpkin last night. Froze and vac sealed that today.
Looked thru the recipe book they include for soups and came up very    for recipes for the DH. Guess I'll have to get creative. If anyone else has recipes for an A for the VM, I'd love to have them. He can't eat onions (even if TB4 says he can  ), so there again limits me. Looking forward to doing many, many things w/ this new machine.
LuHu, have one question.........how in the heck do you get all the stuff from around the blades w/o taking the dang thing apart. I was getting a little aggravated last night when making my pumpkin because I really felt like a lot got left in the blender and we only got one good pumpkin this year.      Frost got 'em. Thanks.  
P.S. Just wanted to add that I really, really love the fact that the recipes that are included in the VM book, have your fat, chol, fiber, protein, carb and some other things listed, plus the exchanges for diabetics. I thought that was really great!!  Off to make my tomato soup. Nice for a dreary cold day like today.  
P.S.S. Soup is done. Very yummy and I'm going to have that w/ a nice chicken/feta/spinach 'sausage'.  I must say it took me all of 5-6 min to make that piping hot soup. Beats standing over the stove for much longer.




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Hey LuHu, what could we O's sub for that red wine vinegar in the Salsa Rosa recipe?

Hi IB,

Thanks for sharing your VM experiences with us! How about grape juice with lemon juice added for the rwv?



Looked thru the recipe book they include for soups and came up very    for recipes for the DH. Guess I'll have to get creative. If anyone else has recipes for an A for the VM, I'd love to have them. He can't eat onions (even if TB4 says he can  ), so there again limits me. Looking forward to doing many, many things w/ this new machine.

Are most recipes in the VM cookbook non-compliant for type As? You can leave out the onions in any recipe, but do you mean there are no recipes in the soup section for him w/o making lots of substitutions?

LuHu, have one question.........how in the heck do you get all the stuff from around the blades w/o taking the dang thing apart. I was getting a little aggravated last night when making my pumpkin because I really felt like a lot got left in the blender and we only got one good pumpkin this year.  

I use good nylon spatulas esp. the thin kind. VM makes a set esp. suited for the machine, but any rigid spatula will work.

P.S.S. Soup is done. Very yummy and I'm going to have that w/ a nice chicken/feta/spinach 'sausage'.  I must say it took me all of 5-6 min to make that piping hot soup. Beats standing over the stove for much longer.

Yes, it does and with absolutely NO SCORCHING or STICKING!!! Your lunch sounds FANTASTIC!  



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Luhu, thanx for the great pepper recipe (perfect for my O man ).eh


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Luhu, thanx for the great pepper recipe (perfect for my O man ).eh


You're very welcome, eh. Wow! What well-cared for men there are here among fellow BTD practicers. Both you and Carmen are working really hard to provide tremendous gustatory experiences for the men at your table. How they could be any less than awed and totally appreciative I can't imagine! What a lovely expression of affection.  


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Made the No Tomato Tomato Sauce today. Didn't care for it as it is, but I think if it had less spices (oregano and basil) and less salt and a tad bit more lemon juice, it might be good. I might make another batch and leave out the spices and mix it all together to see how it comes out.
Made almond/walnut butter. That turned out great. Did have a bit of a time getting it all out (what I hate about blenders), so I dumped my morning veggie 'shake' back in it and whirled it a few seconds. Almond butter all used now!
Made almond milk the other day. That was a breeze, but that's not tough to make in a reg blender.
Now on to the mayo. I'm a bit 'intimidated' about making that.
P.S. Un-intimidated re: making mayo now.      Just got done w/ it. Easy as pie. I used the recipe LuHu provided, but added some lemon juice, rosemary and some dry mustard. Turned out very well.  Again had a hard time getting it all out from around the blades, so threw in some soy milk and blended. Will use it on my salads. Just have to get creative on how to get the last drop out.     I'm not so sure making your own mayo is cost effective unless you use canola. Will have to check that out. Is nice to know what exactly is in it if you make it yourself tho.




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I feel like I'm fairly good at making my own mayo (that I like). I've tried beating it by hand (it turns out perfect every time, although my hands do tend to cramp up), and I've tried it in the blender (no go), but I saved that batch and added it into another batch that I beat by hand. I also tried it with the Braun blender stick (also no go) - I think I added the oil too quickly that time. And lastly, I've tried it using an electric beater (not the stick) and it turned out just ok; not as thick as when I beat by hand.

I'm wondering if it becomes thicker when the speeds of whisking are slower - my hand is slower than the electric blenders; well, that seems to be my experience, anyway.

All in all, I'm so happy that I can now eat mayo that has no avoids and tastes great. One less thing to worry about!


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Oh Drea, I have to give it ta you! I wouldn't have the patience to do it by hand. I don't know how fast the blades were going but I think it was on 4 or 5. Still faster than by hand. Oh, well, doesn't really matter. All that matters is that we have ho'made mayo full of only good stuff!!!!  



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