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Maybe none of you share the same issue... But for me sometimes I want to eat a decent amount of food. But the Warrior diet is a starvation diet.

*Low carb, low glycemic
*Basically no meat
*Lack of flavoring with no nightshades
*Proteins that are acceptable tend to have huge calorie counts, such as peanut butter, nearly all are fatty
*No one can eat tons of tofu without making it warrior unfriendly with fats from frying or something

But I found something that has not enough carbs to count, low calorie, high water, high fiber, and decent protein along with diamond qualities from the other benefits. Unfortunately I got it at Costco so they'll probably stop carrying it for the great price, but even so at normal price it's not too spendy.



I'm going to try the Adzuki bean ones sometime soon. The Edamame spaghetti is great. It's a bit annoying having to avoid putting anything on it since pesto is just lots of oil (maybe I'm wrong here, and Olive is ok to consume at much higher amounts than listed for oils?), and nightshades are out. However even just some tarami sauce is fairly good, maybe some teriyaki would work (if I ever seen any wheat free). But the best point is a big plateful of it is good for a warrior, there's no drawbacks! I can just eat some of it if I want to and I've got no reason not to!

*They do have a blackbean one, which if it's not black edamame, would be good for Gatherer's not looking to eat high carbs. Not that I feel bad for anyone that can eat just lots of meat and veggies with lots of flavor options...
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blackbean one, is not black edamame


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I've got several packages of the black bean ones and they are just organic black bean. They are really good.


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I love the black bean version.......Generally I find it tastes good with a little EVOO, or ghee and some nutritional yeast.  Veggies on the side or even mixed in.... and it can be a very satisfying lunch.


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I've been eating the organic edamame spaghetti for awhile. Good stuff. Have to try the others.
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Quoted from DoS
Maybe none of you share the same issue... But for me sometimes I want to eat a decent amount of food. But the Warrior diet is a starvation diet.

*Low carb, low glycemic
*Basically no meat
*Lack of flavoring with no nightshades
*Proteins that are acceptable tend to have huge calorie counts, such as peanut butter, nearly all are fatty
*No one can eat tons of tofu without making it warrior unfriendly with fats from frying or something

But I found something that has not enough carbs to count, low calorie, high water, high fiber, and decent protein along with diamond qualities from the other benefits. Unfortunately I got it at Costco so they'll probably stop carrying it for the great price, but even so at normal price it's not too spendy... [bean-noodle package images]

I'm going to try the Adzuki bean ones sometime soon. The Edamame spaghetti is great. It's a bit annoying having to avoid putting anything on it since pesto is just lots of oil (maybe I'm wrong here, and Olive is ok to consume at much higher amounts than listed for oils?), and nightshades are out. However even just some tarami sauce is fairly good, maybe some teriyaki would work (if I ever seen any wheat free). But the best point is a big plateful of it is good for a warrior, there's no drawbacks! I can just eat some of it if I want to and I've got no reason not to!

*They do have a blackbean one, which if it's not black edamame, would be good for Gatherer's not looking to eat high carbs. Not that I feel bad for anyone that can eat just lots of meat and veggies with lots of flavor options...

Glad you found something you like. I just wish you didn't blend with your delight a false picture of the Warrior Diet as one of Starvation.

My Genotype Book shows that the Warrior gets over a page of fish that are Superfoods.
It also shows that eggs are superfoods and that Paneer (cheese), which serves as a Protein, is also a Superfood, and turkey is a Neutral. Within that universe, however, you see only Tofu?

When you say "Proteins that are acceptable tend to have huge calorie counts, such as peanut butter, nearly all are fatty." I truly don't know what you mean.

The beans made into the pastas you love are all available to the Warrior as beans.
Wonderful dishes can be made with them - including soups and - esp. in the case of adukis - even desserts.
Fruits, veggies, and - yes - the Tamari you like - all are largely yours to enjoy.

And "no nightshades" certainly does NOT mean "Lack of flavoring" -- This one, too, really stumped me, familiar as I am with thousands of flavors from all over the world, most of which have nothing to do with nightshades.

My Intent:
When readers of Dr. D'Adamo's book and of this website find that they are Warriors - as is Peter D'Adamo himself - it is definitely not the misery-sentence (or nothing-but-Tofu sentence)  you describe.


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I had the black bean pasta once when a friend bought it for us. Delicious, and a much healthier choice than rice pasta for Os. But it's pricy, and I can't justify the expense when plain black beans are so inexpensive


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You know what flavors this bean pasta really well?  Cooking it with some veggies in the same pot....like thinly sliced onions, fresh garlic, fresh mushrooms. I don't use a lot of water....so by the time the pasta is cooked, it's cooked out most of the water and the veggies have softened....and then I use a slotted spoon to take out the pasta and veggies. put it into my bowl..... barely having to strain because most of the liquid is gone......Whatever amount of nutritional yeast I use, (usually a few T) I just throw it in and mix with the pasta and whatever water is left in the dish...the yeast becomes saucy and tastes kind of cheese-y....I add a little sea salt...a few dribbles of EVOO, a few T of chopped parsley, and it's ready to eat.  I had this for lunch today....made me feel super full for hours and hours!

I sometimes make this with pesto sauce....using nutritional yeast instead of cheese
(although I am allowed parmesan)  I only need a few T for one serving.

PESTO USING NUTRITIONAL YEAST

It's PESTO made without cheese and probably could be made with half spinach, half basil or all spinach

2 cups tightly packed fresh basil
1/2 cup walnuts or pine nuts
1 to 2 cloves garlic, roughly chopped (to taste)
1/2 cup extra-virgin olive oil

sea salt/pepper to taste
Sea salt and freshly ground pepper, to taste
1 tablespoon lemon juice
3 tablespoons nutritional yeast

Place the basil, walnuts or pine nuts, and garlic in a food processor fitted with the S blade. Pulse to combine, until the mixture is coarsely ground.Turn the motor on and drizzle the olive oil in a thin stream. Add the sea salt, pepper, lemon, and nutritional yeast, and pulse a few more times to combine.


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I eat these, but I cannot eat a "pile" of them without gaining weight.


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Quoted from Drea
I eat these, but I cannot eat a "pile" of them without gaining weight.


I agree....My SWAMI bean portion would be 1/4 cup....and that would be 9 servings per week....A serving
of this bean pasta is 2 oz....I still would be measuring my bean pasta portions according to SWAMI recommendations for beans.


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Quoted from Chloe
You know what flavors this bean pasta really well?  Cooking it with some veggies in the same pot

Stands to reason, as the same is true for cooking beans - making bean soups...
Share some tips from The Flavor Bible!  


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I don't fret over portions. I certainly eat much more oil that recommended.
Relax about the portions for a while & get used to enjoying the food.
Warriors gets lots of fish. There are ways to bake fish as well as fry in olive oil breaded with rice flour.

Glad you found those noodles. They sound good!


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Quoted from Drea
I eat these, but I cannot eat a "pile" of them without gaining weight.


A serving of peanut butter is the same amount of calories with more fat, than a pile of those noodles. It's also about the same amount of calories as the recommended bean serving. BTW I'm pretty sure the bean serving size is more than 1/4 cup, found in other books. 1/4 cup is listing not nuts and seeds that are 10x more dense in calories and such than beans.
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All I know is when I eat over the recommended portion size of the delicious bean pastas, the number increases on the scale.


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I find bean and lentil pasta much more filling than rice pasta. I eat considerably less to counter the calorie problem.

Anyone tried Uddo's red lentil penne? Wow, it's good!
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All I know is when I eat over the recommended portion size of the delicious bean pastas, the number increases on the scale.


Well that would be a lot of noodles. The box I have says there is 16 servings, and all said and done I'll probably be close to that in how many I've had, and those servings are big.

Man, lentil pasta? I'll look for that... I love lentils and my servings for them are big sense they're on two lists.
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Red lentils themselves are so tasty and so quick-cooking that it almost doesn't pay to convert them to pasta before eating them. Wonderful the way they soak up flavors -- simply splendid in soups - I used to make a winter squash soup with them that was a major hit.
I think I might choose the pasta-form (on a regular basis) for beans that have less to offer in their natural form or that are nowhere near as easy/quick to cook.


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Costco has edamame spaghetti noodles.
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Quoted from Munchkin76
I've got several packages of the black bean ones and they are just organic black bean. They are really good.

Yeah, these are the ones that would appeal to me, I think.
Anyone use them?
Tell us what you've done with 'em.




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Costco has edamame spaghetti noodles.


I have these occasionally. Not bad at all!
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Great product especially because of the high protien to carb ratio. However I have never seen any plan product that has given me such instant and voluminous gas. It's crazy. Does the same thing to my type A daughter. I have found it at bulk barn on Canada but have not seen it in Costco
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Great product especially because of the high protien to carb ratio. However I have never seen any plan product that has given me such instant and voluminous gas. It's crazy. Does the same thing to my type A daughter. I have found it at bulk barn on Canada but have not seen it in Costco

Beans.  
Try dropping some kombu into the cooking water.
If there's a sauce, likewise,
or an asafoetida sprinkle early in the sautéing.



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If you like bean noodles, you'll probably also like bean chips, bean breads and other bean flour products. The lentils you like can be processed into/ bought as Flour.

Also, as Mrs. T says, don't forget all the fishies Warriors may enjoy!


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New discovery along these lines:
http://www.eatbanza.com/


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Quoted from san j
New discovery along these lines:
http://www.eatbanza.com/


Only the pea protein- third of the four listed ingredients- is healthy for this Warrior.  

Chickpeas, tapioca starch and xanthan gum are all problematic.
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