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Lola
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all you need to do is submit it and give us the link to the recipe....


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I haven't tried this recipe, but it seems like it would be good for Gatherers, minus the French bread.

http://simplyrecipes.com/recipes/tuna_salad_sandwich


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Quoted from md
I haven't tried this recipe, but it seems like it would be good for Gatherers, minus the French bread.

http://simplyrecipes.com/recipes/tuna_salad_sandwich


And bring on the lightly grilled portobello mushrooms.  Yeeeeaaahhhh...


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Does anyone know a good casserole recipe? I want to make something to bring to a potluck.
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Quoted from lakes-lady68
Hi, me again  

I made this a few weeks ago, it's now mine and Jake's new addiction.  I used ghee, flax meal, cocoa powder, almond butter, agave syrup, chopped walnuts and missed out the puffed grains.      It's delicious, even though my flax seeds didn't grind too well in my mixer, its dark, chocolatey and even I can only eat a small piece at a time.

http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/recipedepictor7x.cgi?515
Kate's Walnutty Chocolate

Try it, you'll love it

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Hi guys,

I tried this recipe and it is great!  Just be careful not to add to much ghee, like I did
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Ground Buffalo/Sloppy Joes

Saute some diced yellow onion with olive oil, sea salt, fresh garlic, and bell pepper (I prefer red or yellow)

Mix in some ground buffalo

Add some curry spice and tomato sauce (pureed tomatoes, sea salt, agave nectar, and a little bit of white vinegar)

Drain off some of the extra juice/fat onto a paper towel on a plate if desired

Voila!  You have sloppy joes ( I usually just eat it without the bread)
  
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Had to add to this thread. I cooked an awesome dish last night for gatherers:

bag of frozen turnip greens
pound of turkey Italian sausage
big chopped onion
about 10 cloves roasted garlic, minced
2 or more cubes homemade turkey broth (maybe about 1/4 cup or more of store bought?)
about 1 Tbls each of:
evoo
apple cider vinegar
Sazon seasoning for meat (local to FL; seasoned salt would do, also)
onion powder
garlic powder



Brown sausage in evoo. Add onion and saute. Drain oil and add rest of ingredients. Cover and turn to low. Try not to eat it all in one sitting.
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thanks for the add

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Something I made the Gatherer hubby for dinner -

Turkey burger using kale leaves as bread, a fried egg (in olive oil) in place of cheese, and pesto sauce in place of mayonnaise (can also use avocado if you're feeling daring - I know it's a black dot).

To make the turkey burger - I chop up some yellow onion, crush two cloves of garlic, chop up a mushroom or two.  Add some sea salt and basil. Use a little bit of ground turkey meat and mold it all together into a patty. Now place it on a cutting board. Grab a spatula and use it to transfer the patty from the cooking board to the pan (so it holds it's shape).

While that is cooking, fry the egg.

For pesto sauce, it's just basil leaves, olive oil, sea salt, garlic cloves and walnuts. You can actually leave the garlic cloves out of the turkey burger if it's too much garlic for you. Spread that over the kale leaves and some on the burger and egg once it's all done (placing the egg on top of the burger). Might be too messy to eat with hands. Add some lemon or lime juice if you wish or a slice of fresh tomato (hubby doesn't digest cooked tomatoes well). Can also add chopped zucchini to the burger as well.

Edit: I just realized kale is a black dot. Woops.  Sorry, I'm all mixed up. You can use another compliant lettuce in place of the kale of course.

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Baked Yam Fries I tried these even though they're an avoid for me and they're really good - sweet and salty.

Cut 1 yam into strips.
Coat in olive oil.
Spray a cooking sheet.
Space yam slices apart and sprinkle with curry and sea salt.
Bake on 425 for 25 minutes.
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Spaghetti and Meatballs

Fresh Tomato Sauce

-1 tomato
-1-2 garlic cloves
-1/4 cup fresh basil leaves
-olive oil
-sea salt
-1 packet stevia (if you like your sauce some what sweet)

Puree in food processor.  If you like a thinner consistancy add a little bit of water. Transfer to glass jar and place in fridge either all day or all night so the flavors have a chance to combine.


Meatballs

-Some ground turkey
-oats (optional)
-chopped mushrooms
-cinnamon
-sea salt
-chopped onion
-curry
-basil
-olive oil

Combine into balls and cook.  Cook spaghetti, drain.  Pour your raw tomato sauce and meatballs over your pasta and enjoy.

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Does anyone know a good casserole recipe? I want to make something to bring to a potluck.


   Hi, would you like to try this recipes. Of course you can use another compliant for your type.

http://www.downtoearth.org/search/node/casserole%20type%3Arecipe



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Maybe all these aren't super approved foods, but I'm new to this so I;m trying to head in the right direction. I could really use some yummy satisfying meal ideas. Especially something to pack for lunch to a physically demanding job. I want to start making my own bread and meals. Getting away from preservatives, hormones in milk or meat, and avoiding wheat and corn are my main targets right now. Also cutting way back on refined sugar and flour.

Here's some foods I've come up with.

Breakfast:
Rice Cereal with almond or Rice milk
Oatmeal/Scottish Oats are really good too
Eggs and Toast are really good, but I usually like them for a quick meal if I'm hungry don't have time in the morning to cook.
Coffee or Black Tea with Rice milk or Almond milk with sugar or honey(for the tea).
Toast and Jam(yes I have been using 12 grain bread for now but it makes me achy the next day I think)

I've Been thinking about bread and maybe an oat recipe would be heavenly. I have a recipe but it's for white flour so I'm going to try a different approved flour and let you know how it turns out.

Tomato soup
Turkey Lunchmeat sandwich(not crazy about lunch meat but I can't find Turkey this time of year or any of the approved meats where I live )
Natural fruit rollups (at Aldi's)
Chocolate is nice( I figure a that little bit of milk isn't going to kill me compared to a glass)
Tomato sandwich with salt pepper and mayonnaise(I know it's bad)(farm raised, yellow, orange, or heirloom are delicious)
Fried and Breaded mushrooms, Wild ones if you know what you're are doing are really good, but you have to be super careful about that I don't pick any that have poisonous look alikes, and only ones that don't remotely look like anything else)

I really like "gathering" wild edibles as it turns out, I also like hunting and fishing as long as I get food out of it. Dandelion or Endive gravy is amazing. Wild berries are always enjoyable to pick. I also am really into growing my own food, gardening, or berry bushes. Just seems more natural and healthy, and cost-effecient to eat straight from the vine.

I have been thinking a good Turkey and maybe Barley dish would be good.
Fried Green Tomatoes plain or a sandwich
Fried and Breaded Zucchinni and Marinara
Spaghetti with Rice noodles or spelt whatever grain you like
Fried Fish
Anything in a pie is my favorite! Meat pies, Fruit pies you name it! I still am working on the dough to be 100% beneficial
Onions, onions, onions anything with onions is always better wouldn't you agree?
Chicken rice soup

I'm enjoying this diet, how about you guys? I feel if I enjoy what I'm eating I will digest it properly, eat it slower, and isn't that one of the aims? To digest better? Of course, only if it's not toxins :p What is your thoughts?







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Are you an O or a B gatherer? Which diet are you following?

I can't find what you said about barley, just letting you know it's barley wheat.

My family really likes meatloaf, I mix ground lamb, and ground turkey half and half, 2eggs, grate carrots, chopped onion, garlic even spinach, spices and herbs to your liking. I also use either oats, or rice to glue it together. You could use ground beef alone are mixed with the turkey.  Sweet Potatoes and a green salad, and I love dandelion greens as well, the flowers make a lovely salad.

We also like salmon patties. (canned salmon) I mix with spices, onion, herbs, eggs, peppers and usually rice here as well. I'm starting to make my rice once a week, and I just refrigerate it.

Turkey soup, is also great. Just use whatever vegetables you have on hand. I also add a few compliant beans.  Usually I start with beans in the slow pot and add meat, and vegetables the second night.


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casseroles- use any chicken and rice recipe you like, exchange the chicken for turkey, and spelt or sweet rice flour as a thickener, I've found that nutritional yeast also will thicken, but don't get carried away with it just add some with the sweet rice flour I think it add a buttery flavor.

  


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