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Mayflowers
Thursday, October 21, 2010, 5:51pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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I keep it around because I'll dump some into smoothies, but I don't care for the flavor.

Re: neutral turkey, it's better to eat that than beef!


Turkey was always my favorite..back in the day when we only had it 3 times a year.. (and stuffing)
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Mmmm, stuffing!

http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/recipedepictor7x.cgi?762

That's the southern version.  One of you Yankees will have to post your version.


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Hey Ribbit, your dressing sounds good, but it turns out that millet is a black dot and corn is an outright avoid. What other grain/seed would work for the "corn" bread recipe? I'm asking you because I know you've done a lot of experimenting...


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try quinoa and or basmati


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I haven't used corn in several years.  It's an old recipe.  You can use rice flour just fine.  Cooked quinoa would work well as a base for the other ingredients (forget the bread, just add the celery, onion and spices), but as a flour quinoa is kind of strong.

Here's something I've done that everybody likes:  I use those "Thanksgiving flavors" of sage, poultry seasoning, onions and celery in a dish with rice, as lola said (forgive my lowercase l---my silly keyboard   ).  If you saute the veggies and seasonings in ghee and then pour in rice and water and cook till the rice is done, you've got a fantastic dish that everybody will rave over and nobody will miss that dressing flavor.  But again, the northern version with raisins and apples and such....well, you'll have to go somewhere else for a recipe.   (DH's family--from NY--always has sweet stuffing and it's not very tasty in my opinion).


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Quoted from Drea
Hey Ribbit, your dressing sounds good, but it turns out that millet is a black dot and corn is an outright avoid. What other grain/seed would work for the "corn" bread recipe? I'm asking you because I know you've done a lot of experimenting...
When we first started the BTD, we converted our cornbread recipe which used wheat and corn to use spelt and brown rice flour...

We haven't made it since stopping using Cream of Tartar, so don't have conversion for that...

Corn Bread sub using Spelt and Rice flour...
1 cup spelt flour
1 cup rice flour - I grind brown rice.
1/4 cup sugar
2 to 4 teaspoons baking powder - 4 is original, but I didn't like the bitter taste.
3/4 teaspoon salt - we always skipped...
2 eggs
1 cup milk
1/4 cup ghee

Mix dry ingredients, then add wet ingredients. Beat until just smooth, don't over beat.  
Turn into greased 9x9 baking dish and bake at 425 F for 20 to 25 minutes.


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Thanks Joe (and Ribbit)!


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Cream of tartar isn't necessary.

To make bread fluff, you need an acid and a base.  If baking soda is your base, use something like a little lemon juice (or vinegar if it's okay for you) to create the fizz needed to make your breading do its thing.  You can also use yogurt or kefir as your acid (although it takes a lot more of it than it does lemon juice).  It helps bread to brown a little.  Most baking powder recipes try to get that acid (cream of tartar) and the base (baking soda) together in one easy mix.  It's just one extra step to have them separate.

Now.  One trick when you're getting breading to fluff.  You have to put the acid in right before you pour it into the baking pan so you don't lose that fluff.  So mix your dry ingredients, mix your moist ingredients, and then stir together quickly and dump it into your prepared pan as it's fizzing.  Otherwise you lose it and you end up with flat bread, which you don't want...unless you do, in which case...there it is.

This is especially crucial for those Explorers who can't have eggs.  I bake gluten-free and egg-free, so it's trickier.


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We have converted our muffin recipe to lime juice and baking soda for the rising agents...  It works well and we get rid of the Teacher avoid...


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Mmmm, stuffing!

http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/recipedepictor7x.cgi?762

That's the southern version.  One of you Yankees will have to post your version.


Well, I don't have a recipe per se.. My mother would buy the Pepperidge Farm Stuffing in the bag and she'd make her own turkey stock from the neck and gizzards..After she made the stock she'd take the meat from the neck and cut up the liver, kidney and heart and put that in the stuffing with butter and stock according to the directions.  Sometimes my favorite was adding chopped chestnuts to it.. if I could get my mother to make it.
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For those who dislike tempeh. I found a way to eat it without gagging...   First steam it 20 mins..(or it gives me a stomach ache) then dip in egg, bread crumbs, fry it and then pour Indian curry sauce all over it and have it with brown rice.. tasty.     Next time I might try it with just steaming it..but I had made it fried first and ate the leftovers with the sauce.  I like everything soy except tempeh.
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I've found a great place for Warriors.  The Asian Market store. Not the Indian one..though I love that one too.... The Chinese, Japanese, Korean store..     Miso.. cheap..  They have all soy and tofu all the time      Instant Miso soup.. just read for avoids to find the right brand. They have seitan. cheap. It's so expensive it the regular stores..for those who eat wheat. Fish...wild caught and farmed.. so you can get freshly killed fish there.. fish heads.. make stock. (I feel a Monty Python song coming on...)   For those who can have nori. They have nori snacks you eat like chips. . Little squares of nori seaweed in a container..I'm addicted.  Plus you can get all the vegetables that are on the SWAMI there that are Asian.  
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For those who dislike tempeh. I found a way to eat it without gagging...   First steam it 20 mins..(or it gives me a stomach ache) then dip in egg, bread crumbs, fry it and then pour Indian curry sauce all over it and have it with brown rice.. tasty.     Next time I might try it with just steaming it..but I had made it fried first and ate the leftovers with the sauce.  I like everything soy except tempeh.


I blogged on Tempeh preparation back in 2006 or 7. Check out Santé's archives. It was called "On Tempeh and Tempi"...I think Mine was a big hit in my restaurant days. I don't make it anymore.


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I blogged on Tempeh preparation back in 2006 or 7. Check out Santé's archives. It was called "On Tempeh and Tempi"...I think Mine was a big hit in my restaurant days. I don't make it anymore.


I can't find it. How about a link?
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I can't find it. How about a link?


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I read ER4YT, then LR4YT then Genotype.  I am A neg secretor, calculated that I was a Teacher so was following that food list. Got Swami and it says I am a Warrior !!!  May explain why I have not lost much weight....did Swami do that to anyone else ?  The Teacher sounded more like me   Swami adjusted my food list to be what seems to me a combo of the two.  So tomorrow I become a full fledged Warrior

Question how do you come up with the percentage of geno type ?  For example I see people that say 42% Teacher etc.

I need to start at the beginning of the Warrior thread and see what is going on, looking forward to getting to know everyone  


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I just saw this..thanks. Since when are you a Nomad? Weren't you a Warrior?
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I read ER4YT, then LR4YT then Genotype.  I am A neg secretor, calculated that I was a Teacher so was following that food list. Got Swami and it says I am a Warrior !!!


I tried Teacher for awhile and gained weight. I went to see Dr. D who genotyped me a Warrior. Can't go wrong with the Doc genotyping you...  
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Mayflowers...are you loosing weight as a Warrior ?  I followed Teacher for about 2 weeks and did not loose anything so maybe this will help  


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I lost weight on the Warrior diet, but I have to be compliant.


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I just saw this..thanks. Since when are you a Nomad? Weren't you a Warrior?
Yes I was Warrior, but got SWAMI for Christmas and had to re-measure due to having dumped the original measurements...  When I remeasured, I realized that the torso to leg ratio was different...  This makes me a Nomad now.  The only explanation I have for this is that the lower spine has healed adequately to allow me to sit taller than I did when I first measured...

I did a tremendous amount of healing on the Warrior diet and it continues on the Nomad diet...


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Mayflowers...are you loosing weight as a Warrior ?  I followed Teacher for about 2 weeks and did not loose anything so maybe this will help  


I have to stick to diamonds and beneficials very strictly because of my age (54). If I was younger, I wouldn't have any problem. Now..I'm even going more strict. More towards vegan. (I have a dairy allergy anyway)
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I did a tremendous amount of healing on the Warrior diet and it continues on the Nomad diet...


I would have thought if a diet isn't right for you, you wouldn't have good results?? Most people were not having any results on the wrong diet.  
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