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Lloyd
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I'm an Explorer! how do we start this thing up?

I have a couple of recipes I'm experimenting with, one is a seaweed salad salad for people with hypothyroid issues, one is a cilantro pesto for chelating toxic metals.
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I'm an Explorer! how do we start this thing up?

I have a couple of recipes I'm experimenting with, one is a seaweed salad salad for people with hypothyroid issues, one is a cilantro pesto for chelating toxic metals.


Here is a thread for you to post your recipes:

Explorer Recipe Thread


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Thank you! It may not be tonight! I'm still checking out the Genotype stuff...but I will do it...
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Here is a thread for you to post your recipes:

Explorer Recipe Thread


Now linked from the main menu.

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cilantro pesto for chelating toxic metals.

there are quite a few of those, check the search button on home page


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New here, looking for recipes  ... Sardines are a neutral, but easy to find and not expensive so they are good for lunch or light meals. But they get boring!
Something new to try.


In case you have not noticed it, their is a link to recipe central at the top of every page or use this link

Also there is a collection of Explorer recipes on the GenoType Site.

There is a coupon in the back of the GenoType book for a free trial week on the GenoType week which you can use to look at their recipe collection.


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I don't have a recipe for this, but I just bought some of this from a deli.  Its chock full of gatherer diamonds and superfoods... Im pretty sure one could figure out the proportions on your own though.

Great Northern White Bean Salad

ingredients:
great northern white beans
Fennel
mint
basil
lemon juice
garlic
roast red peppers
olive oil

enjoy!
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Hi Everyone,

I just migrated from the Geno Type site because it seems as though it will no longer be having a message board at the end of the month. My name is Jumari and I was on the BT diet for only two weeks before I took on the GT diet. I'm an A- Explorer.

My partner and I just bought a bread maker. Its been great but I've been going past my daily carb limmit. I should slowly get down to 3 pieces a day once I get over how great it tastes. I just noticed though that nutritional yeast is a black dot for Explorers, is there a difference between nutritional yeast and bakers yeast?

Thanks,

Jumari
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Welcome Jumari!!

So glad you decided to join us here.

You can help the other members of the forum help you by choosing a blood type shield (also called an avatar to display beneath your name.

how to
http://www.dadamo.com/cgi-bin/Blah/Blah.pl?b-ref/m-1219018887/

Also since you know your GenoType you can this information in a message displayed beneath the shiled.

Here is how to do that:

http://www.dadamo.com/cgi-bin/Blah/Blah.pl?b-ref/m-1219018887/#num1

Great to have you on the forums here.


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In the breadmaker, you must use baker's yeast to get the bread to rise.

Nutritional yeast is supplement added to food items and pills to boost nutrition. It is rich in B vitamins.


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Hi C-Sharp,

Thanks for the info and the Welcome. I did enter the info as you asked then I wondered about the difference between the A1 abd A2 Blood types. I am currently waiting on the secretor and prop taster kits.

With regards to the Yeast would you say that bakers yeast is different to Nutritional yeast. Or would it al fall under the same umbrella, "Toxin" yes or no?

With that username you have to be a musician. I play guitar and sing.

Thanks again,

Jumari
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Jumari: Bakers yeast is ok

I also recommend adding some blackstrap molasses + carrots to your dough.

wiki: Blackstrap molasses is a source of calcium, magnesium, potassium, and iron;
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