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BuzyBee
Wednesday, September 24, 2008, 2:14pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Any A's have a good black bean soup recipe. I have been craving some. Over the weekend a friend and I went shopping and we stopped in the Panera Bread Cafe for lunch. I got the black bean soup and Asian Salad. The black bean soup was delicious. I would love to make some to taste like that.

Also I have been cooking baby carrots cooked in maple syrup, apple juice, butter, and cinnamon sugar which are delicious. I have to check the rc to see if there is anything such as this and if not add it in. Great way to get those orange veggies in. A's need those orange veg's with Vit A and C.
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f-muse: I haven't tried beef broth, but I have tried a combination of vegetable and mushroom stocks in a 1:1:1 ratio with chicken broth in chicken soup, and it was lush.

If you don't want to use mushroom stock, how about onion broth, like you'd make for french onion soup?

If you're making your own chicken stock or broth and it isn't rich enough, buy a pound or two of chicken wings, brown 'em up and use 'em to make stock. Backs and necks work well also. That's where all the flavor is in a chicken--the bony parts!


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Busybee, chances are that bean soup had MSG, sugar and/or corn syrup in it.


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Posted by: Ribbit Busybee, chances are that bean soup had MSG, sugar and/or corn syrup in it.


Yeah, it probably did but what'da do? Part of the shopping trip is eating out. I picked the best thing I could from the menu.
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Ribbit
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I know, I realize that....but you may not be able to duplicate that flavor at home is all I'm saying.


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funkymuse
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Any A's have a good black bean soup recipe.



You know... I don't know if this is A compatable.. maybe you can adjust, but this soup is fantastic... one of my fav's...

http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/recipedepictor7x.cgi?1050

You can leave out the beef and add chicken, turkey or tofu.  I think A's can eat the Applegate chicken sausage that is included.  As well there are some other great Black Bean Soup recipes at Recipe Central:

http://www.dadamo.com/typebase.....=&mytemplate=tp1
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Mayflowers
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I have a Brazilian black bean soup recipe..so good. I'll add it to the database. It calls for orange juice, but we who don't partake can use pineapple or apple juice..
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I made some Better Biscuits.  They're more of a dessert biscuit consistency, but we like them anyway in place of regular biscuits.

http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/recipedepictor7x.cgi?1068


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I was making something with pineapple this morning and Elizabeth came up and said, "Oh!  Are you making pineapple up-side-down cake?"  "No," I said, distracted with the recipe.  "It's a little different than that."  "Is it a pineapple right-side-up cake?"  I laughed.  "No, it's not that either."  "Oh, I know what it is."  She ran into the living room and told the others, "Mama's making a pineapple sideways cake."


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I'm very excited about this, my newest creation. It could probably be improved, but right now I'm just happy to have tortillas!

http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/recipedepictor7x.cgi?1069

And here's a variation, crepes, which make a nice dessert or breakfast:

http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/recipedepictor7x.cgi?1070


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Quoted from Ribbit
I'm very excited about this, my newest creation. It could probably be improved, but right now I'm just happy to have tortillas!

http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/recipedepictor7x.cgi?1069

And here's a variation, crepes, which make a nice dessert or breakfast:

http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/recipedepictor7x.cgi?1070


Man... EXCELLENT additions!  Thanks so much!  These deserve a reward!
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Hey.  Try it before you start handing out rewards.  What can I do to improve them?  I was hoping to make it like a corn tortilla, but they're more like a flour tortilla which made me happy too.  I did try to double the recipe when I made them again, but it didn't turn out as well---too gummy.  They were hard to flip.


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Try this combo:

Brew in 16 oz water:
1 bag Yerba Mate
1 bag Kukicha or Bancha
(or 2 tea bags of the same or combo of your choice)

Makes two cups.  

To each cup add heaping tsp of Dutch processed cocoa; 1/8 tsp peppermint extract; compliant nut or rice milk; stevia or other compliant sweetener.

Delicious!
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Quoted from Ribbit
"Mama's making a pineapple sideways cake."


. how cute! I miss my sons being babies! My O son loves pineapple sideways cake. I'm partial myself...
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Here is my salmon loaf:
http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/recipedepictor7x.cgi?1071

Lots of superfoods for teachers and gatherers for sure.  I make mine with more grain, less fish, and my O gatherer husband's with double salmon and less grain.  Can be modified in lots of ways.  and VERY easy.

I grew up on my Mom's version of this, it was one of my favourite things she made.  Comfort food at it's best!


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Using halved measurements on the famous & delicious Focaccia recipe, I made the following energy bar:

1/4C freshly ground flaxseed
1/4C freshly ground millet
1/4C freshly ground almonds (did not soak, did not roast)
1/4C whole white sesame seeds
1/2T baking powder
1/2T salt (may be even less)
1/2T compliant sweetner
No eggs
1/4C water
1/4C ghee
dash of freshly ground chilli powder

Mix all the dry ingredients thoroughly.
Add in ghee, coat well.
Add water bit by bit amd mix well. If the dough feels very dry, sprinkle water.
Let it stand for 2-3 minutes. You should be able to make a ball with the dough, that's how much water content there should be.
Spread on a baking sheet and bake for 20 mins @350 F
When the timer goes off, cut into squares and put the tray back into the oven till it cooks in the remaining heat.



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thanks AC!


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Sounds nice AC. As a B I might ditch the sesame seeds and add some dried fruit instead. Worth a try though.
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http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/recipedepictor7x.cgi?1079

Creme Brulee Bread Pudding

You might even make a batch and a half of the brulee mixture. Good eatin'!!
Also, would someone link up Mimic Cream......I forgot.    
http://www.mimiccreme.com/
also would you mention it should be unsweetened. boy, I really dropped the ball on this recipe.  



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Speaking of pudding, does anybody have ideas for a pudding or custard that's dairy and egg free?  I used to make one that was gelatin- and soy-based, but I'd like to avoid that now.


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thanks IB!


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Speaking of pudding, does anybody have ideas for a pudding or custard that's dairy and egg free?  I used to make one that was gelatin- and soy-based, but I'd like to avoid that now.


Go to Mimic Cream and click on their recipes.  

can you have mimic cream?  it's cashew and almonds.

opps.... you did say egg free... sorry!
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Quoted from italybound
http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/recipedepictor7x.cgi?1079

Creme Brulee Bread Pudding

You might even make a batch and a half of the brulee mixture. Good eatin'!!
Also, would someone link up Mimic Cream......I forgot.    
http://www.mimiccreme.com/
also would you mention it should be unsweetened. boy, I really dropped the ball on this recipe.  


oh my gosh... taste buds are drippin' now!  did you make the millet bread?

man... can't wait to try this one!
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Quoted from Ribbit
Speaking of pudding, does anybody have ideas for a pudding or custard that's dairy and egg free?  I used to make one that was gelatin- and soy-based, but I'd like to avoid that now.


Would ricotta whipped up be a good sub for you? I like ricotta whipped with lemon rind & maple syrup or cocoa and agave for example.. you could try whipped ricotta with vanilla and maple/agave or honey? It is more mousse like than custard but still -as Italy would say- 'good eatin'
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