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I would have never guess it would have taken that long to cook them!
thanks for the info. now I want to crock pot some turkey...
I had just a tad of the turkey left so for breakfast I put some evoo in my frying pan with cooked rice and left over veggie and after it was heated I removed it and scrambled an egg and made me a fried rice breakfast. I gave everything a big squirt of braggs for more punch.
ok now whats for dinner??
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I was shocked it would take that long as well. Especially on high temp. So I will know next time.
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I just went to the typebase list and looked up the rutabaga. I knew it was suitable for A's but I found out it is a neutral for all blood types. This is good news. I am going to play around with this vegatable and find ways to cook it. It is so close to potatoes that it has to be more ways of cooking it. I love potatoes but should not eat them. I am going to try fixing these like mashed potatoes, french fries, and boiled. I keep you updated.
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I just went to the typebase list and looked up the rutabaga. I knew it was suitable for A's but I found out it is a neutral for all blood types. This is good news. I am going to play around with this vegatable and find ways to cook it. It is so close to potatoes that it has to be more ways of cooking it. I love potatoes but should not eat them. I am going to try fixing these like mashed potatoes, french fries, and boiled. I keep you updated.


Try making root vegetable fries. Cut up the root vegetables into french-fry shapes, coat them with evoo and salt, and bake them in a 375F oven until brown, tossing every once in a while to prevent burning. I've tried rutabagas, parsnips, butternut squash, and carrots. Next time I'll try turnips.


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Homemade root vegetable 'fries' are a nice, healthy, and fresh alternative to commercial chips and other root fries on the market.  In addition, one can use the type of culinary oil and seasonings they wish.


BuzyBee- Please let us know how your rutabaga experiment fairs with trying the different culinary methods--this information may prove helpful to others.

Alia


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