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wwbailey
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Okra...if you steam or cook it too long it will turn slimy.  I don't mind it at all. Ghee takes care of that.   Also, I don't mind mixing my foods together where as some people do.  Fresh okra is best, but it isn't always available that way, but it is available frozen.  That tends to make it more slimy. It does make a nice thickener.  

Okra and green beans roasted in the oven sounds really good.  Do you roast them like you would the asparagus fries with olive oil and whatever spice you choose?

Debra


That's weird Debra... the longer we cook it, the less slimy it gets  

Yes you roast them slow on low broil with olive oil and whatever spices you like.  I've got the green beans going now.  We do like ours browned.



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....Fruit filled Millet Breakfast Squares http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/recipedepictor7x.cgi?1150


wow, that looks good!!  could you use just regular fruit and cut back on the water?



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the jelly like substance of the fruit helps it stick together.....

I d make a preserve first out of the fresh fruit, then spread in the middle of the bar.


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My typical breakfast is turkey sausage (made from dark meat ground turkey, onions, garlic, apple and various spices), sauteed kale or steamed broccoli, and an egg, sometimes two. This keeps me going right through till lunchtime and keeps me alert too. On weekends I'll sometimes make muffins or pancakes, but the focus is always on good quality protein and vegetables, because that's what works  for me It took about six months for me to get used to eating this way when I first started out. I loved my oatmeal, cereal and/or toast in the morning, and changing was tough. Now I will never go back to starch-based breakfasts on a regular basis.

Having said that, the millet breakfast squares look good! Wonder if my homemade low-sweetener blueberry or peachjam would work in that recipe


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Well i just ate a whole bag of okra oven roasted!  you get goin' on it and you can't stop!  Plus the bag shrinks down to 1/2 of the amount once roasted...

not slimy at all.



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glad you liked it!


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Quoted from wwbailey

That's weird Debra... the longer we cook it, the less slimy it gets  

Yes you roast them slow on low broil with olive oil and whatever spices you like.  I've got the green beans going now.  We do like ours browned.



Is yours fresh or frozen?  Maybe I'm not cooking it long enough.  I don't like to cook my veggies too long.

Had company tonight and we had the roasted green beans...yep...yummilicious.  

Debra


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Wow, thanks for all the okra tips. Now I've just got to find some  

With all the good info maybe you could create a show called "Okra"

Cough, cough (tumble weed rolls slowly by)

......c'mon people, I don't hear anybody laughing.........

I'll just leave by the back door.


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Wow, thanks for all the okra tips. Now I've just got to find some  

With all the good info maybe you could create a show called "Okra"

Cough, cough (tumble weed rolls slowly by)

......c'mon people, I don't hear anybody laughing.........

I'll just leave by the back door.


I love it!  I'll get my wife Sue to wear her hair in pigtails and wear a white and red checked apron... and I'll be chewin' on a piece of straw in the background with my overalls on... HAA!!!

you got my visuals goin!


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You can make your own "Essene Bread" by sprouting wheat berries for about three days, put the sprouts, in their sprouter, in the fridge the 4th day to dry off/soak up any extra moisture, grind the sprouts in one of those short round food mills you can buy for about $15 (in small batches)(this takes more time than any other part of the operation), then mash the ground-up sprouts into small flat loaves, and bake at about 300F for about 2 - 4 hours.  No yeast or raising needed.  Then you wrap in plastic and leave in the fridge about 2 days (to soften any hard bits left in the loaves), though at the beginning of making this bread, I wanted to eat it all the time, regardless of the hard bits.  (Probably was in dire need of carbs.)  I did that quite a lot until a few weeks ago when we had a power outage (10 days with no power) ... that broke the habit.  The Essene Bread has a delicious flavor, but there are usually hard bits of grain that make it through the grinder and have to be chewed up by your teeth.  STILL, better than no bread, or paying about $6 a loaf.


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I enjoy what I call pumpkin pudding.  I take a quarter cup flax seed and pumpkin, one egg and about half a cup of water.  I mix it all together and microwave for one minute.  I take it out stir again and put cinnamon and a little compliant sweetner in it.  I then microwave for 3 more minutes.  It is very good on a cold winter morning.


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I enjoy what I call pumpkin pudding.  I take a quarter cup flax seed and pumpkin, one egg and about half a cup of water.  I mix it all together and microwave for one minute.  I take it out stir again and put cinnamon and a little compliant sweetner in it.  I then microwave for 3 more minutes.  It is very good on a cold winter morning.


this sounds very nice!


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Is it still okra if you take out the seeds? I mean is it still good for the gatherer? I made some for my mother but i was afraid she might choke on the seeds. I tried to take a bite but i gagged because of just the idea of that sticky goo.


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add it to her soup.......grind it into a nice thick consistency.....
seeds are full of beneficial lignams.


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Healthy 4 - Your thread prompted me to write my blog last night on Hydration. It's about what I eat for breakfast, and how that impacts the rest of the day.

http://www.dadamo.com/B2blogs/blogs/blog1.php/SGlifestyle/hydration

Ruthiegirl - No one answered your question about Ezekiel bread.  Yes the ingredient list says wheat.  But it also says that it is 100% sprouted.  The process of sprouting eats up all of the parts of the wheat that are avoid for Os and leaves behind a tiny plant.  Think of the difference between alfalfa seeds and alfalfa sprouts.


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We just finished a breakfast of the following:

Leg of Lamb roasted in the crockpot all night
Sweet Potato with Ghee
Lamb Gravy
Eggs
Oven Roasted Asparagus
Goji Berries
Grapefruit Juice



Thats stunning! (in a good way)


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I enjoy what I call pumpkin pudding.  I take a quarter cup flax seed and pumpkin, one egg and about half a cup of water.  I mix it all together and microwave for one minute.  I take it out stir again and put cinnamon and a little compliant sweetner in it.  I then microwave for 3 more minutes.  It is very good on a cold winter morning.


So do you use, a quarter cup of pumpkin as well?


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