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purlgirl
Friday, January 25, 2008, 9:21pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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I too love that cabbage is good for us. Your recipes sound wonderful.

How about Cabbage Rolls?  Wouldn't that be grt too?

Mrs. Rogers - so glad your a Teacher too.
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Wow, guys....thanks for recipes! "I think I love you" is what I'm singing about this GTD!
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Hey Y'alll....Okay, I'm sounding like PaulaDeen....If tereare any Southern Teachers ere with some Southern twists to Teacher foods, I would love it! I was eating fried okra yesterday when I downloaded the book, and much to my horror, realized it's an avoid, as are manyother nono's for Teachers,that I had been eating. I need to detox!
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Olerica, I have a problem with stuffiness, too.I would LOVE some smoothie recipes, for breakfast on the go, on the way to work. Thanks, everyoneQ
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Gumby said:I hope more teachers come along soon! I am lonely!
Well, here is anoter LONELY TEACHER-let's gewt together and keep each other company!!
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Teachers: about coconut oil: it has onolauring in it, which is a component of mother's milk, and ery importa for a strong immune system-helps to kill of resistant viruses or protein-coate ones-like even herpes and similar viruses like Epstein-Barr. Will buy some soon!
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There are many more of us now .  In fact, we are the second largest group on here according to Lloyd's survey.  

incidentally, fam...we are the same age .

Not sure how to 'southernize' anything, living in BC...but I do miss my collard greens!  I'm so glad we got bok choy as a superfood though, because between that and chard and kale I keep my greens fetish fed.


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Hi,ya, Gumby! Class of '83, I take it? Glad to meet you! I feel a kinship thing oin' on, here! Well, I live in uch a podunct kind of place, I have never even HAD bok choy, chard, an kale! Am I mising out?
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I just saw-my age says 47??? I'm 42! Guess I need to make some Chchchanges.
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Your age has always said 42...maybe you were looking at your post count?  Yup, class of '83 .  

And yes, you've got to get some of those greens! They are all so good.  I am a veggie person, so I eat a lot of our superfood veggies.  I'm trying to branch out and try some of the new ones that I don't eat as often.  Mustard greens are really good too, but can only get them in season here.  But chard, bok choy, avocado, beets, cabbage, carrots, ginger, kale, mushrooms, onions, squash, pumpkin, zucchine....mmmmm!  I think teachers got a good deal in the veggie department!   I do miss some of the others I was used to on the A diet, but with all these choices it is pretty great.

Must go make some pumkin soup for lunch now.


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Gumby, youre driving me crazy...somehow, those veggies sund really good, even though Ihaven't had too many o them. I LOVE beets! PUPKIN SOUP....I'm LUSTING...........
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My Dear, a warning should precede anything that funny.  I nearly ruined my laptop!  (Spit-take, anyone?)


I hope your laptop has dried out by now. Although O's can be entertaining, B's are funny, other A's (probably teachers) make me belly laugh.  

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Mrs. Rodgers, you crack me up! My hunters are the same "give me meat!" Although my hunter son sure was scarfing down my ground turkey,cabbage and onion mixture for breakfast. He even commented on how good it was. It is just a tasty combo.


I bet my hunter has more hunting toys than yours.  Do you have a bearskin, and various mounted dead animal heads staring at you and scaring young children in you living room?

And, even though I had him making his own separate Kraut burger filling without the kraut, while I was on the computer, he stole some of my shredded cabbage and added it to his venison >: (I guess it's a neutral so he can have it but still, he didn't have to poach it!)
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Quoted from purlgirl
I too love that cabbage is good for us. Your recipes sound wonderful.

How about Cabbage Rolls?  Wouldn't that be grt too?

Mrs. Rogers - so glad your a Teacher too.


Stuffed Cabbage rolls sound great, especially if stuffed with mutton.  I assume that mutton is better than lamb because it's leaner?  

Purlgirl, yep, we're both teachers.  Someday we will meet. (Insider question?  Are you going to work any seldom worked territory?  I'm planning on it, nothing firm yet)

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Mrs Rodgers sent you an email.  

Mutton - I heard that speculation about it being leaner but don't know if thats the reason for sure.  Can't find Mutton here. Is there a season when it is more likely to be offered?  I did buy some Lamb and froze it in patty size amounts. I know it is a black dot avoid - but I was curious about taste. Now what to do with it.
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I don't know Mrs. R, our hunting toy collection probably rivals your hubby's. Although I am a "teacher", my daughter a "gatherer" my son a "hunter", and my hubby isn't measured yet, my whole family hunts.   The deer head in the living room is mine, and we have various critters throughout the premises. Hunting is truly a family afffair here, and it is so nice to have fish, poultry and game with no antibiotics,   or hormones added. I suppose they have some pesticide residue from their enviroment, but all in all, pretty pure meat.


"Be as gentle as  possible, and as firm as necessary".   Tom Dorrance-the 'father' of natural horsemanship

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I like lamb but I never had mutton.  I haven't seen it for sale, unless they are selling under the title, lamb.

I thought the other day, since teachers are to avoid all sorts of vinegars, but saurkraut is acceptable....(here comes another brain storm!)since saurkraut is naturally sour without vinegar,  I could puree saurkraut and use that in place of vinegar in a recipe.       
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This is one teacher who won't be experimenting with any lamb or mutton.  The smell of lamb has always made me...well, let's just say less than enthusiastic lol...don't wanna offend any lamb lovers.  My hubby loves it and cooks it often, so I have learned to tolerate the stench...I mean aroma...but it sure does not make me want to go near it!

I might try goat sometime if the opportunity presents itself, but I won't go looking for it.  I am happy to have a bit of turkey (or emu or ostrich when I can source it) once in a while.  Not often though, my body just does not do well with lots of poultry.  Other than that, I'm very content with fish and the rest of the teacher diet.  


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BTW, Olerica...I tried your idea of cooking ground turkey with onions, garlic, and cabbage.  I tossed in mushrooms too I think.  It was so good!  I needed some new ways to eat cabbage and this was perfect.  Thanks!    


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Gumby: - Why, thank you!  I'm so glad that it worked for you.  Now you just need to source out the Spike spice and it would be like sitting in my kitchen!    I know my food co-op and my regular grocery store cary it.

Dawgmama: Where in cheese-land are you?  I'm in St. Paul, MN and work for a company that has exceptionally close ties with Chippewa Falls, WI.  Wavies from your neighbor to the west!

PurlGirl: Check out Penzey's seasonings for your lamb.  I use their Greek dressing seasoning in my lamb patties for "lamburgers" and often use their lamb seasoning (no salt in it) for leg of, etc.  I do like blending my own, but their blend is so convenient.  http://www.penzeys.com  (I can spend SO much money in their store - I seriously have about 50 different spices and herbs in my pantry)


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Gumby, "great minds think alike", I made the same  ground turkey etc. concoction, mushrooms and all. Yum, I will have to find some Spike and give it a try. My son keeps eating my 'mish-mash' so I have to keep cooking up more batches.

Olerica, I am in New Berlin, Wi., a close suburb of Milwaukee. Waves back to you. I have 2 brothers that live in Rochester, Mn. My daughter and I went to a horse training seminar in the twin cities a few years ago, and camped in one of your county parks right near the city. What a beautiful and affordable place! Too bad I can't remember what it was called, I need more B-12 .

My new "teacher" treat is Suzies puffed spelt and flax  'thin cakes' and almond butter with honey. That is what I call superfood. The bad part is I have to sneak them, cause if my dogs hear me open the jar of almond butter they come running.  


"Be as gentle as  possible, and as firm as necessary".   Tom Dorrance-the 'father' of natural horsemanship

How true, for life, parenting, horse and dog training!
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My new "teacher" treat is Suzies puffed spelt and flax  'thin cakes' and almond butter with honey.


What is this? A brand name? Recipe? Sounds very tasty to me, too!

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Oops! Aren't I supposed to mention brand names? If not I'm sorry, or perhaps I made it sound as if Suzie was a forum member that you could look up on the recipe base? Sorry for the confusion  .

Yep, the package says Suzie's whole grain Thin Cakes, puffed spelt with flax seeds. The ingredients are spelt, flax seeds, and sea salt. However, there is a disclaimer that states the cakes "are made in a facility that also produces products that contain wheat and soy." But I have no allergy to either, so close enough for me. The cakes are like a rice cake kinda,  about 3" square, but thinner and not all crumbly. I found them in the cracker asile at the hfs. They didn't cost 'an arm and a leg' either.

But... Chanur, I wonder if we could make 'em ourselves? Is there a puffed spelt cereal? Hmmm....


"Be as gentle as  possible, and as firm as necessary".   Tom Dorrance-the 'father' of natural horsemanship

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So far, this is the only puffed spelt I can find...and it's in Australia:
http://www.organicsaustraliaonline.com.au/prod149.htm

But, at least now we know it exists and is available to the general public, sort of.

And this is how the puffing is done:
http://www1.umn.edu/umnnews/UMN_home/know/Puffed_grain_and_snacks_have_a_U_tie.html
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Quoted from Gumby

Decided to steal just one thing from the warrior...moving red wine from a neutral to a superfood.


Yes, I second that motion!

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And I admit, I would rather eat maple syrup than honey any day...but again, for my own protection, it is probably just right that honey be better for me.  Self control will never be an issue then lol!


Agreed.  Won't be overindulging on that one.

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Anybody notice that poi and mahimahi are now superfoods?  Perhaps a trip to Hawaii would be in order!  You know, for our health.


Mmm, I'll pack my swim suit!  Although I don't know if I could go to Hawaii without having a few Caramacs - chopped macadamia nuts and caramel covered in chocolate.  Guess I'd have to eat a whole box and THEN go on the diet for real.  



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