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lblackbu
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I love Buffalo Sause and would like a healthy version for O's

When I did a search this is what I came up with anyone have a better receipe?

THE GREATEST BUFFALO CHICKEN WING
SAUCE  

2 cups of dry cayenne peppers (50 grams)
1/2 cup of water
1/3 cup of chopped onion
1 chopped garlic
1/3 cup of chopped tomato
1 cup of white vinegar
1 stick of butter
1 bottle of Lousiana Hot Sauce
1/2 of the juice of 1 lemon
1 teaspoon of honey
1/4 cup of ketchup

This recipe is one of a kind. Ever since I ventured into making my own kind of chicken wing sauce, my wife, my friends and my family won't stop coming over to have some of this delicious finger-licking good special sauce. And here's how you make it:
Start by roasting the cayenne peppers on a pan over a medium high flame. Toss them around inside the pan for a couple of minutes and make sure you don't let these get burned. Add enough water to cover the peppers and bring water to a boil. Let them cook for ten minutes. Drain water and place them in blender. Add 1/2 cup of water, 1/2 cup of vinegar and salt. Blend on high and allow to percolate.

Place butter stick on a pan over a medium flame so that it melts. Add onion, garlic, tomato and the whole bottle of Lousiana Hot Sauce.

Let all cook for about five minutes, stirring occasionally. Immediately pour into blender and add the percolated cayenne pepper sauce. Blend on high for two minutes. Add the lemon juice, honey and ketchup, and blend again for a few seconds. Pour back into the pan where you melted the butter, and let it simmer for a good 20 minutes.

What I usually do, is fry the chicken wings until theyíre golden brown and very crispy and then I dip each one into the sauce. My wife and I love these with celery sticks and Ranch dressing.

Submitted by: by ABRAHAM "THE CHICKEN WING MASTER" DIAZ

*Concerns are ketchup and finding a healthy tabasco sause....


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Quoted from lblackbu
*Concerns are ketchup and finding a healthy tabasco sause....


Also, what is in the Louisiana Crystal Sauce? There are avoids in it for some B/T's I think.  
You can find ketchups made w/ organic sugar or evap cane juice instead of the HFCS. Just takes a little searching.     Why does this have to be so hard, eh?  
I think the main prob in a lot of these hot sauces is the vinegar. Can you replace it w/ lemon juice or apple cider vinegar? I think the lemon juice would prob work the best tho.  
When you get it 'perfected', please add it to the recipe base.  



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Okay, well now you just having me wishing I was a "O" !!    Too bad this post wasn't there when I was spitting into the vial last week for my secretor test!!  


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thanks for sharing the recipe!
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Tomatoes.  I do miss them.  But with my health challenges, (arthritis) I've given them up.  I do remember reading somewhere's, that cooking tomatoes increases the lectin actvity in them.

Tomatoes are downgraded to "infrequent netural" for Type O's in all the health series books.



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Quoted from KimonoKat
Tomatoes are downgraded to "infrequent netural" for Type O's in all the health series books.

Actually, tomatoes are only downgraded to infrequent neutral for type Os in the Allergy and Arthritis Health Library books, and maybe the Menopause book which I don't have.



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Cooking tomatoes increases lectin activity?  Actually I would have thought the opposite, but then, I am not the scientist here.  Is it because they're more concentrated?


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One can substitute fresh pimentos for the tomatoes.  If fresh is not in season, canned pimentos in glass bottles are commonly available--please be cognizant of possible avoids in the glass jar.

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Cooking tomatoes increases the lycopene content as well!


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Now that I had read.  

Today I bought a yellow tomato.  My grandfather used to grow them but I didn't remember what they tasted like.  It was delicious!  It's all the moisture with none of the acid tang that red ones have (and no lycopene, I suppose).


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Quoted from ironwood55

Actually, tomatoes are only downgraded to infrequent neutral for type Os in the Allergy and Arthritis Health Library books, and maybe the Menopause book which I don't have.



In the Menopause book, it's listed as an AVOID, and it's not corrected on the attached sheet of corrections that came with the book.


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