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Victoria
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Golfchia

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Chiazilla




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It looks like Chia seeds are neutral for both Warrior and Teacher...

I wonder if I could use ground chia as a gluten replacement if I make a yeast based, brown rice bread...?  Has anyone tried it? Or have a recipe for gluten-free brown rice bread?


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http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/recipedepictor7x.cgi?89
add the chia and see if it works for you....substitute wherever necessary


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That is hilarious!!! The visual!!!
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Ground flax has been used for egg replacement in baking.  I don't see any reason why ground chia would not serve that same function.



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Quoted from ABJoe
It looks like Chia seeds are neutral for both Warrior and Teacher...

I wonder if I could use ground chia as a gluten replacement if I make a yeast based, brown rice bread...?  Has anyone tried it? Or have a recipe for gluten-free brown rice bread?


Maybe this recipe for gluten-free brown rice bread would work for your genotype. It comes from the book Good Food, Gluten Free by Hilda Cherry Hills. This recipe doesn't use chia seeds, though.

Rice and Soya Bread

1 pound (2 cups) brown rice
3/4 cup soybeans (I wonder if great northern beans would work here?)
2 tablespoons sunflower seed oil (you might need to substitute this)
1 teaspoon molasses
3 cups warm water
1-2 teaspoons dried yeast

Grind rice and soybeans finely; place in a large bowl.
Stir in oil.
Dissolve molasses in 1 1/4 cups warm water in small bowl.
Sprinkle yeast on surface.
Leave till frothed over.
Add contents to large bowl.
Mix well with wooden spoon adding 1 3/4 cups warm water to make thick batter.
Pour into two 2 pound bread pans.
Cover and leave at average room temperature till loaves almost reach the tops of the pans.
Bake for 30-35 minutes at 400 degrees F.
Turn out on rack to cool.
Do not eat till 12 hours old.
Cut carefully with very sharp knife.
Putting in a warm place to rise often results in the collapse of the middle when put in the oven.



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To make your own soy flour with dried soybeans, you have to "prepare" the beans first before grinding them.  Here are two ways to do that.

http://www.ehow.com/how_5689776_prepare-soy-flour.html


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gelaton might be nutral for o;s but not o gathers. it;s a nonnie thing.


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try finding kosher.....at least you know it is not pork bone based


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i've seen in in vegan too but i am not sure what the differance is to the diet. is gelaten a no becuse it is made from pork? always thought it was made from beef.


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commercial gelatin is pork based....
the vegan one might be agar or similar


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I have both dark and light chia seed.  Make drinks with both of them;  not much difference once they have soaked up liquid.  


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I've heard that chia seeds have a very long shelf life, though I'm not sure how long that means.  Probably similar to dry beans.  

They are a good egg substitute and also make good dehydrator crackers.  I don't think they can stand alone for gluten but, like flax seeds, should improve the results if most gluten free baking.


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Chia seeds, pumpkin seeds, anise seeds, flax seeds, kelp ... they all go into my sourdough sponge these days ... bubbling nicely overnight waiting to be made into sourdough bread loaves in the early morning ...




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Hi Cristina!
Your baking always makes my mouth water!!!

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Chia absorbs water on a one part chia to six parts water ratio.  I soak 1 teaspoon chia in 1 ounce water.  Shake the chia and water in a jar, let sit for 15 minutes, shake again, and then refrigerate.  
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Hello everyone,  I am new here and  was wondering myself about chia seeds for Type B.  I am new and learning so I do not know all the in and outs of the new lifestyle.  
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I am new here and  was wondering myself about chia seeds for Type B.  
welcome to you...  It is good that you ask questions.  Chia seed is not rated per the Blood Type.  You can see the entire list of rated foods here:  http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/typeindexer.htm

Of the Genotypes a B can be - per the book:
Nomad - Chia seed is a Superfood.

Explorer - Chia is Diamond Superfood, which means it is good for weight-loss.

Gatherer - Chia is Diamond Superfood.

Based on the Genotype ratings, I'd say it would be good for a B to eat Chia seeds.





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welcome to you...  It is good that you ask questions.  Chia seed is not rated per the Blood Type.  You can see the entire list of rated foods here:  http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/typeindexer.htm

Of the Genotypes a B can be - per the book:
Nomad - Chia seed is a Superfood.

Explorer - Chia is Diamond Superfood, which means it is good for weight-loss.

Gatherer - Chia is Diamond Superfood.

Based on the Genotype ratings, I'd say it would be good for a B to eat Chia seeds.




Thank you so very much!!  I need to look further in to the blood type.

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look further into swami
http://www.dadamo.com/media/swami.htm
http://www.dadamo.com/clinic/swamigenotype.htm

chia and many more foods are listed

check out the sample swami report given in one of the links

you ll get an idea of all you can include or avoid according to your genetic individuality


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A new years resolution is to try a new superfood a week. This week is Chia Seeds. AWESOME. Works great in smoothies!


A married to an O, with toddlers A daughter and O Son.

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I love to put them in cookies, yogurt and my oatmeal. Glad I discovered these.


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Has Chia seed been checked for its compatibility with the different blood types?
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