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Lola
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a crock pot will do just that, while you sleep!
add the basics.....set 8 hrs on low


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Sort of looking for ideas that make good green subs for the celery I'd normally use.  


Your name reminds me that I enjoy fennel in soup, and when I cut the stems it sort of looks like celery.


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Your name reminds me that I enjoy fennel in soup, and when I cut the stems it sort of looks like celery.


*doh!*  Yeah, that touch of anise would probably be wonderful against the slight game taste of turkey.  Maybe some white beans...I'm thinking maybe even a bit of kale might work.  Thanks.  I really like sherry in poultry soups, but I don't even know how that would classify or if it was even tested and I'm afraid to add it.

This morning I had a bit of turkey sausage scrambled with tofu and a smidge of smoked gouda.  It was kind of yummy.  I finally figured out I do better with a bit of heavy protein in the morning before my early morning acting class.  Right now, I'm sipping kukicha after a piece of spelt toast with local honey and a bit of pineapple juice.  I'm realizing that buying the expensive stuff in some ways pays off, because my body feels happier, and I end up eating less -- in that my body feels like it gets what it wants and I don't keep munching, and I don't go into total lapse of appetite, which ALWAYS kills my metabolism.  
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I would use the rating for white wine to determine if sherry was acceptable.


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OK--I have picked up some Kamut flour that happened to be at our discount grocery store (YAY!) and I've been looking for some ideas.  I have spending WAY too much money on brown rice crackers, and came across this

http://www.happytummyblog.com/2009/08/02/kamut-cumin-crackers-spicy-yogurt-dip/

The canola is easily subbed for I'm guessing, and as much as I adore cumin, I am looking to spice it differently to avoid the black dot.  I have such a difficult time cooking where I live just due to my roomie, but I'm trying to put some effort into making this better over winter break.

I also had found a granola that was 99% compliant it turns out (I had posted in a different section).  The only thing was it had soy oil, which I'm assuming is soybean oil way down in the ingredients which is a black dot.  I've been eating it with almond milk or yogurt and frozen cranberries and date nuggets to up the diamond value and I love it.  I kind of want to figure out my own recipe over the break and have it on hand.

Also, I was totally doing agave only, but have rediscovered honey since being a teacher.  At our local open market they have these amazing local selections, and I got one of the last bottles of the season of this particular blend that is just blowing my mind.  

I think part of my main goal this break is to figure out stuff I can stock up on...easy-makes for the future, and make up some stuff that I can freeze for future use. And, somehow, not go into roomie stress in the process All ideas are more than welcome (except snarky ones)
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Substitute for cumin: ground coriander

Other things that might work: caraway seeds, anise/fennel


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Substitute for cumin: ground coriander

Other things that might work: caraway seeds, anise/fennel


oh yum on the coriander.  I was thinking of dehydrated garlic, but that sounds pretty delish.  I think I'm also going to look at Alton Brown's cracker recipe and try subbing the kamut.  I loved his crackers when I made them.  If I recall, he called for clarified butter, so subbing ghee would totally work.  
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I vote heavily for the honey! I buy local stuff, too. Its the only sweetener I use.


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Soooo, What are all you Teachers doing?  

Are you still teaching the rest of us?


Knowledge is power.  SWAMI gives you the diet that will unlock the key to better health, and it's all based on your unique individuality.
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Cheese...loved it all my life, had sinus trouble most of my life...still love cheese!
Honey.....MMMMMMMMMMMMM!
Almonds, peanuts, pecans, walnuts, hazlenuts.....yummo!
Figs, dates, apricots(dried) and pears(fresh).....chewy delights!
My homemade chicken/turkey soup, grilled salmon or tilapia, pinto beans, fresh avacados, carrots, leeks, onions and pineapple.

These are foods that I have been eating ALOT of lately! Ok, now I am hungry and have to go eat!


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Sorry for the newbie question...but what is a nonnie?


Never mind...got it...non-secretor...  Thanks    
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It's been a long time since i was on here, I had a bad issue arise with my blood pressure. I think I was staving my body since I was working out alot. but I am back now, and could use help withthis diet. I also was wondering about the advantage of the swami(sp?)
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Jim SWAMI will just be a diet for you.

It will require you to do the measurements.


A's and over excercise....   


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It's been a long time since i was on here, I had a bad issue arise with my blood pressure. I think I was staving my body since I was working out alot. but I am back now, and could use help withthis diet. I also was wondering about the advantage of the swami(sp?)


If you have health issues, I would recommend a SWAMIx.  Are you positive you're a Teacher?

SWAMI creates a personalized diet for you which is unlike anyone else's diet.

Read about it here:

http://www.4yourtype.com/prodinfo.asp?number=ED070



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I had a bad issue arise with my blood pressure. I think I was staving my body since I was working out alot. but I am back now, and could use help withthis diet


read more about your individuality
exercise is fine, as long as you alternate with calming right for your type stress managing techniques.....it needs to feel right!
http://www.4yourtype.com/TypeA_basic.asp
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mDjMqnxSBF4


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I have no health issues now, but Ihave been eating everything. I have done the measurments seveal times and I keep coming up teacher. Is there a chart showing all the food and what is good and bad about them for each type? If I know why something isn't good for me, it is easier for me to avoid them. I don't know why but the don't eat this isn't really enough for me. I can do it but I like to know why.I generally don't have a lot of cash on hand, so these diets are never easy, seems like everything that is good for you cost an arm and leg. Eating junk food is so much cheaper. My wife woud kill me if I stood in the show and "wasted" that much water for the purifying thing also.
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Is there a chart showing all the food and what is good and bad about them for each type?

No, this table doesn't exist for the Genotype diet because so many different variables in the foods are taken into account.  
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I generally don't have a lot of cash on hand, so these diets are never easy, seems like everything that is good for you cost an arm and leg. Eating junk food is so much cheaper.

I have found that there are ways to economize so that we get good foods and still don't spend a fortune...  It takes some time to readjust the menu and the shopping habits, but it is do-able...
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My wife woud kill me if I stood in the show and "wasted" that much water for the purifying thing also.
I assume you are talking about body brushing...  Do the actual brushing before you get in the shower, then just take the normal time in the shower...  It works very well!



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well maybe if I only do it once a month she want say anything. Any suggestions on how not to stay hungry, seems I am always hungry, oh and I drive a local route fir a living and I am finding it very hard to eat well. No microwave in the truck, any suggestions?
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I found the list I needed here is the link.

http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/typeindexer.htm
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These foods require no heating (should be suitable for truck):

Romaine Lettuce and other raw vegetables.

Walnuts with dates

Blueberries (in season)

Cranberries (I just got some for a $1 per 12 ounce bag)

Almond butter on flax bread

"Sticks and twigs" with a peanut butter dip (or use white bean humus for the dip)

Dried peas

For maximizing diamonds:

Try Flax seed bread coated with peanut butter, followed by a layer of sardines, topped with another slice of flax seed bread with peanut butter.


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I found the list I needed here is the link.

http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/typeindexer.htm


Do you follow a Type A blood type diet or do you follow the Teacher (GenoType) diet?


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I found the list I needed here is the link.

http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/typeindexer.htm

Sorry, I assumed you were using The Genotype Diet...  The Typebase list is for those following the Blood Type Diet...  Some of the reasoning is different under the Genotype diet since there are other factors that take priority...


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I am following the genotype, but I found thatlist and thought it might still apply, as faras whysomething isn't good, but I havebeen going through it and have found several things that don't match up between the diets.
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