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I decided to make Car 54's spread, or what I could remember of it. O-M-G!!!! It was so unbelievably delish.

I took some room temp ghee and to it I added about the same amount of organic olive oil, then I put in nutritional yeast and stirred it up.  I kept adding the yeast until it was about the consistency of peanut butter.  I added some sea salt and that was it.

I cannot begin to tell you how amazing it was.  It was like a really yummy peanut butter but even better.  It has a unique flavor that isn't like anything else I've eaten.

If you haven't tried it yet, you are missing something AWSOME.  I'm not sure if Car adds anything else.  How could it taste any better?

I'm telling you, you've got to make some of this stuff.....


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I decided to make Car 54's spread, or what I could remember of it. O-M-G!!!! It was so unbelievably delish...I cannot begin to tell you how amazing it was...It has a unique flavor that isn't like anything else I've eaten.  If you haven't tried it yet, you are missing something AWSOME.  I'm not sure if Car adds anything else.  How could it taste any better?  I'm telling you, you've got to make some of this stuff.....

Ooooh, Rachel, I'm so glad you loved it!!!  The way you made it sounds wonderful!  What I usually have (or had, past tense, as I never have toast anymore, but this is good spread on other things, too!!!) is as follows:

Car's Spread:
  • 3 parts dark toasted sesame oil
  • splash to 1/2 part lemon juice
  • 1 to 2 parts nutritional yeast flakes (or enough to make a spreadable consistency)
  • Sea salt to taste
  • Optional:  garlic powder or, even better, roasted garlic to taste

Mix all together into spreadable consistency and go wild!  Great on:

100% rye toast
Steamed veggies (carrots, kale, broccoli, etc.)
Brown Rice
Pastariso rice pasta
Sweet potato
Fish

Rachel, I get a kick outta picturing you discovering how FAB this stuff is!  Thanks for making my day!





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OH!!!  Ok - I'll give your version a try, too.  Sounds yummy.

I couldn't believe it.  Put it on a rice cracker and my eyes popped out of my head.  What was really surprising was how nutty (as opposed to somewhat cheesey) the nutritional yeast got using it this way.  Whole 'nother creature.

I'll be making your version today for sure.  Just out of lemons at the moment, darn-it.  Would lime juice work?  I have lots of limes...


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I love, love, love lime juice, but curiously I find that lemon is better in this mixture.  Just use a little for a sort of brightening effect, the amount I listed in the list above may have been a little much, it is more like a "splash of lemon".

I agree with you about the "nutty" flavor.  And, are you with me that, once you taste the full savory potential of nutritional yeast in concoctions like this, you could never picture having it in anything sweet, such as a fruit smoothie?  No, NO!  Stop the madness.  Nutri. yeast should be savory, as God intended it!  Some things should not be trifled with!

Anyway, your way sounds wonderful, as using the butter or ghee is very "traditional", in the sense that, far as I'm concerned, the "traditional" way to have nutri. yeast is as a topping with butter on popcorn.  So the spread for toast, steamed veggies, etc., using butter or ghee is just a variation of that.  Butter (and ghee) marries SO well with nutri. yeast and I love it!!!  But I tend to favor my own signature thaaang of the dark sesame oil, sea salt, and lemon with it and it is just DA BOMB and resonates with that nutty nutri. yeast flavor.

Nutri. yeast fanatic, OUT!


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Note to Rachel et al:  I just corrected the lemon amount in the recipe above to be less.  The whole amounts thing is always a guesstimate in any of my "recipes", one should know that going in *lol*.  It is more like a small dash of lemon just to zest it up, far as this concoction is concerned.

Good thing I'm so thirsty right now, or I'd be jonesing for some of this at this point.

Off to get hot water for my tea!


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Ooooooo..I am all over this...but what are the amounts of ghee/butter to the yeast..etc.?
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I just used equal amounts of room temperature ghee and organic olive oil.  I then mixed in the nutritional yeast until it was the consistency of thick peanut butter and added salt to taste. I can't wait to try Cars recipe.


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Sounds like this is going to be good.  Can't wait to try it.  Thanks Car54 . . .


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Sounds delicious E.  

Why don't you add it to the Recipe Index, so others can try it, who may not see it in this thread.

Enter TYPEbase4, then click on a main ingredient in your recipe, and scroll to 'Would You Like to Add Recipe...'


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This is such a GREAT idea, Edna!!

A favorite snack of mine has always been lightly toasted rice cakes, spread with soft ghee and sprinkled liberally with nutrutional yeast.  It replaced the popcorn quite well.

Your recipe makes the whole thing much easier, although I'll leave out the sesame oil and go with ghee and olive oil.

Thanks again!



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Hi Car and fellow experimentors,

following what Car and the rest of this thread + putting this info with some stuff picked-up = a new way to maximize nutrition.

Oils: ghee + olive oil + hemp oil
Sulphured foods: liquid Kyolic at many HFS or from http://www.shokos.com
NY(nutritional yeast) - enjivita yeast(sp?)
sea salt ........

Stir (not in a blender) together these ingredients as above.

This evening I am having a meal of rice + a little quinoa ... hope this 'spread' will find a happy home!

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Sounds delicious E.  

Why don't you add it to the Recipe Index, so others can try it, who may not see it in this thread...

All righty roo!  I have added it under "Yeast/Brewer's".  It works with nutritional or brewer's yeast (I prefer nutritional).  It apparently will take a day or two to be approved and then it should appear as a recipe if you go to Typebase4 and click on "Yeast/Brewer's".  Yay!



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P.S.!  Whoa, it is already showing up in there!  Check it out under "Delish Nutrish Nutritional Yeast Spread"*, but it is only there if do a search for all recipes containing "nutritional yeast" and scroll down.  In a day or two, it should automatically pop up under "most recent recipes" when you click on "Yeast/Brewer's".

Note:  I also noticed on that page of search results that I have an ancient recipe in there that I forgot all about ever putting in, called "Faux popcorn w/nutritional yeast".  You may wish to check that out, too.

* http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/csvsearch.pl?search=nutritional+yeast
(scroll down to last recipe for the "Delish Nutrish Nutritional Yeast Spread".


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Great and prompt job.  

I was afraid that others on the forum would miss out on your recipe concoction after the 30-day thread life span.


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Car 54,

I tried your recipe but didn't use organic olive oil (I don't know how much of a difference it makes) but I did add some sesame oil.  The mix is not too thick,not too thin, not too buttery, not too bland - I had it with edamame.  I also added some tamari sauce.  So easy to make.  I found the jar of ghee in my refrigerator.It seems to last forever (what a shelf life as they say).

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bump...referred to in another thread.


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Where R U, Car 54???  I saw a post of yours under your new name today and wondered if it was you!  You can't hide with 2000+ posts, you know!!!

I haven't tried making this yet, but want to soon.  My daughters just love the NY, especially the older one that really NEEDS the nutrition!  Thanks again for whoever bumped this up to remind me!

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Two tablespoons KAL nutritional yeast;

One teaspoon + organic wheat-free tamari (San-J makes a readily available one)
One teaspoon + toasted sesame oil. Stir with fork, and spread! While it is
more golden-brown than peaty, it offers a lovely B-punch and is as salty as
any vegemite-lover could desire!
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Now I know what to do with the big jar of nutritional yeast I bought when I meant to buy brewer's yeast.  All the versions sound great!


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Where R U, Car 54???  I saw a post of yours under your new name today and wondered if it was you!  You can't hide with 2000+ posts, you know!!!~jill~

Drat!  No, just kidding.  Was not my intention to hide.  Just wanted to take the word "car" out of my moniker.  I'd rather leap greenly now.


Maybe I'll put a big ole' reference to my fave TV show, "LOST", in my signature line, thus alerting the general populace to my unmistakable me-ness.



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There.  Now there's no doubt!

Dude, I love Hurley.


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P.S.  Further musing:  Ya know...I used to change my moniker all the time, like a fashion accessory...like, hmmm, it is autumn and time for a new fall moniker *lol*!!!  But with you lot I'd better leave myself leaping greenly for the duration, I see, as changing it seems to throw the entire BTD e-community into a state of utter CHAOS!



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Interesting story about ghee (clarified butter).... Jeffrey Duguid (world traveler, writer and baker) was talking to his sherpa (trek guide) before going on a mountain travel. The guide says they'd better get some ghee while they were getting provisions. Jeffrey didn't know ghee yet and the guide thought he was very out of it. Ghee does have an amazing shelf life. Considering how rancid butter can get it's pretty amazing how clarifying it can make it so 'stable' and safe for so long.


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Question - can you all answer this for me?
I am a type A non-secretor and baker's and brewer's yeast are suggested for us. Is baker's yeast the kind you put in bread to make it rise? Is brewer's yeast the same as nutritional yeast? Are Type A nonnies allowed to have nutritional yeast? Does anyone know how to find out how much sodium is in nutritional yeast (hypertension) because it comes in bags without nutrition facts on it. How does one use brewer's yeast. All replies appreciated! By the way it is 10pm in Washington state (not 5am).
Cheers all...

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Zola dearle... do you have the newest encyclop. have a look into the protocols


                             
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