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Peppermint Twist
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Ricecakes broken into pieces with melted ghee  -best substitute to pop corn and taste really good



I had never tried this until last night - except I used melted butter.  Our Albertsons grocery store rents DVD movies for 99 cents on Monday, so I rented some newly released movies.  Then I bought ricecakes, broke them into pieces with melted butter.  Welch's has 2 new fruit juices:  White Grape and Cherry - and White Grape and Mango.  So I had a glass of fruit juice too.  It was fun.

Thanks for the idea.
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Alia Vo
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It is nice to hear that Henriette Bsec's idea worked for you.

If one had the time and inclination, they could break a few rice cakes in a food process to grind into smaller broken pieces, this could perhaps take on the form of imitation 'popcorn'.

A little nutritional yeast, sea salt, tumeric, garlic powder, onion powder, cayenne, or other compliant spices beneficial for one's blood type could be added to provide extra flavoring.

Alia


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Quoted from lola
for creaminess use silken tofu...makes great dip substitute, if you are a secretor.

mixing lemon juice, olive oil, nutritional yeast and powdered lecithin, also makes a creamy dressing........with added chopped onions and spices.......or anything you want to add.


Sounds yummy!  What does the lecithin do?
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If one had the time and inclination, they could break a few rice cakes in a food process to grind into smaller broken pieces, this could perhaps take on the form of imitation 'popcorn'.

A little nutritional yeast, sea salt, tumeric, garlic powder, onion powder, cayenne, or other compliant spices beneficial for one's blood type could be added to provide extra flavoring.  


Alia, I just tried the rice-cake "popcorn" tonight!  It was pretty darn good!  I have some Lundberg rice cakes on hand that were kind of crumbling anyway, so it didn't take much to break them down into smaller, popcorn-ier chunks.  Heated the rice puffs in a pan with olive oil and added nutritional yeast.  Next time I'll add some salt and turmeric, but still, this time, it was pretty good even without added salt.



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lecithin is a source of phenylalanine....


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These are all good suggestions!  

My only grain food is rice cakes and I eat from 1/2 to one whole one each night.  But I only enjoy rice cakes after they have been lightly toasted.  This makes them crisp and crunchy and brings out the nutty flavor.  Otherwise they feel and taste like styrofoam.

If you can handle a small amount of grain, try 1/2 lightly toasted rice cake, spread with one of these:

*  a blend of 1/2 chopped walnuts and almond butter.  Drizzle with a few drops of blackstrap molasses if you want it a little sweet.

*  ghee, and sprinkled with nutritional yeast


Victoria
I was wondering how u store ur rice cakes ??

I just bought a bag yesterday at the market (Unsalted organic whole grain brown rice)

I just had an interesting meal: 1/2  cup plain yogurt, 1 sliced banana, and 4 chopped up walnuts gently tossed in and two small apricots; afterwards, I ate one rice cake with a tablespoon of blackstrap molasses and I enjoyed it !!

Thank-u  


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I didn't realize that manna bread could be toasted  


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Yes, manna bread can be slightly toasted in the toaster oven or in the regular oven to make the outside 'crisp' and to intensify the flavor.  I have used this toasting method with other various compliant 'A' breads and Ezekiel 4:9 bread.

I usually eat rye manna at room temperature or almost room temperature untoasted, which provides a nice slightly grainy, crumbly, earthy flavor.

Alia



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