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Mitchie
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Hi Everyone!

I stumbled upon a great combo today and wanted to share it.

I was having some steamed veggies and chicken and couldn't really find anything to "sauce" it with.  I ended up mixing together some wheat-free tamari and ghee, warmed it up and poured it over the veggies.

For me, it was a wonderful combo.  Rich and sweet with  a "deep" flavor.  I think it would be a good base to maybe put other items in that you like (ginger, horseradish, spices).  I believe I used approx 10 shakes of tamari and 2 teaspoons of ghee.

Hope I'm not taking credit for someone else's previous discovery!



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isn't ghee great? and I've always loved tamari (wheat free)! maybe I'd add a bit of nutritional yeast...
oops, that's car 54's spread, almost! (check sticky thread in Cook right)

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isn't ghee great? and I've always loved tamari (wheat free)! maybe I'd add a bit of nutritional yeast...


Ghee rocks!  I was sooo happy when I found out I could have it.  I've been a butter hog since forever.  When I was very little my mom would hide the butter because I would eat an entire stick by itself.

Now that I think about it, I could probably do the same today.


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very nice, thanks for sharing!

next time you can use just about any beneficial or neutral spice, in warm ghee, giving it the flavor you want, to the dish.


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I also made a "sweet, rich and fiberFULL" lunch today

It was a mix of lima beans, brown long grain, broccoli, carrots, red beets and celery


First I cooked the lima beans; about a half hour later I added the brown long grain rice in the same simmering pot and 15 minutes after that 2 cups of chopped up broccoli, carrots, red beets and celery.

Once it was ready, I just added EV olive oil and seasalt ... et voila !!
It didn't even need any spices 'cause to my absolute delight it turned out wonderfully !!

Cheers  


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sounds delicious!


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ISA-MANUELA
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I do this with dried saladherbs & ghee and then as a topic on waterboild veggies...sooo yummi
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Alia Vo
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Thank you for sharing your discovery with us.

Alia.


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Lisalea
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Quoted from lola
sounds delicious!


Thanks for the vote of confidence Lola !!!


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Thank you for sharing your discovery with us.

Alia.


My pleasure Alia_Vo


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Quoted from ISA-MANUELA
I do this with dried saladherbs & ghee and then as a topic on waterboild veggies...sooo yummi


That's a great idea as well Tomatilla ... I  love to experiment !!  


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Quoted from LISALEA
I also made a "sweet, rich and fiberFULL" lunch today

It was a mix of lima beans, brown long grain, broccoli, carrots, red beets and celery


First I cooked the lima beans; about a half hour later I added the brown long grain rice in the same simmering pot and 15 minutes after that 2 cups of chopped up broccoli, carrots, red beets and celery.

Once it was ready, I just added EV olive oil and seasalt ... et voila !!


Thank you for sharing your bean and grain salad/dish/sidedish concoction.

You may want to add it to the Recipe Index.

Alia


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