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Lola
Thursday, October 4, 2007, 3:49pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Caro, thanks for sharing!
and bienvenue!!!


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A B friend told me recently that she figured out how to make meatloaf from ground turkey.  I've been experimenting with a combination of ground turkey and ground grass fed beef, with chopped onions, mustard powder, salt and eggs.  No bread crumbs, no ketchup.  It comes out really good, not too dry.  And it would be great cold with Ezechial bread or just with salad.
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with that basic recipe you can make your own sausages! just add more paprika or other spice!!


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I make ground turkey thigh "burgers" with cumin and basil and they taste kind of like sausage.  They might be good cold too.

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I bet they would!


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I like turkey burgers with apple ,celery, white onion and poultry seasoning. They are very good cold or reheated.
They cook up best on George.
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The little grocery store where I shop most frequently has turkey breast on sale this week for .99/lb, the Shadybrook Farms brand. I bought some to freeze and roasted one in the slow cooker over the weekend. We had plenty of leftovers, so I made turkey salad--just your basic chicken salad recipe with turkey substituted for the chicken. It's delicious! I've been taking it to work with a baby spinach salad and curried walnuts on the side and fresh pears for dessert. My coworkers keep trying to snitch bites of my lunch! Anyway, if you've got leftover chicken or turkey meat, a cold salad is a good way to use it. You can either have it with greens or in a sandwich.


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I do pack bento boxes to work occasionally and usually leftover or food that I cook the night before, so in the morning, I just heat it up in the mircowave (if this is allowed) and bring it to work. If you keep the wet food separate and not mixing, the food will stay good until lunch time.

ie: 2 tier lunch box for today's packed lunch
Top tier - Bean salad with onions and walnut & couple of blue berries
2nd tier- Rice pasta with tomato sauce & beef patty (separated by a wax paper).

For tomorrow my plan is as follows:
Top Tier: small slice Spinach-Feta Cheese Pie & some prunes
2nd Tier: Grilled chicken breast & Rice ball.

I get my bento ideas from http://lunchinabox.net
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seems like you have your lunches under control!


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I usually do sliced roast beef and salad greens.  Who needs bread?


My SWAMI diet is a blend of BTD and GTD Explorer, but I'm not totally compliant.  Also I try to choose foods that have a Low Glycemic index.  DW and DD are A+, probably also Explorer.
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I use escarole or nori wraps!


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For tomorrow my plan is as follows:
Top Tier: small slice Spinach-Feta Cheese Pie & some prunes
2nd Tier: Grilled chicken breast & Rice ball.

I get my bento ideas from http://lunchinabox.net


Here's the bento box, but no grilled chicken but the cheesepie is in



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Im so glad to see all of these ideas.
Now i just need to get off my butt on sunday afternoons and roast some beef!

this is my standby:
mixed greens (mesclun mix, herb salad)
Chicken salad (poached chicken, allow to cool,  stick it in the food processor with olive oil mayo, and herbs du jour- salt pepper, tarragon, curry,  whatever.
add to that grape tomatos and sliced bell peppers.

I also have starkist  tuna creation packs that can go on the salad greens.  Now that im looking at the ingredients list, they aren't completley compliant; but in a pinch can get the job done.

You could make your own tuna salad, using the same instructions as for chicken.  addin red onion and celery.

If you spread out the chicken/tuna salad over the greens real well, no need for a dressing.
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I'm new, and this post has really helped   Does anyone know the best place in England to get the manna or  Ezechial ?

jessegee


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best place in England to get the manna or  Ezechial ?

bread for bloodtype
http://www.artisanbread-abo.com/


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Lola, is there a bread ABO for bloodtype available to us Canadians?  These breads look amazing!


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ask your nearest whole foods store


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Thanks Lola, unfortunetly in Calgary there is nothing available.  I liked the Pea flour bread that was on that website.  Anyway thanks for the responce !


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