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Melissa_J
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It's good in chocolate (or carob) cake too, it has that interesting sweet flavor.

Do you have a gluten-free egg-free dairy-free pancake recipe?  I haven't yet re-worked mine since removing sweet potato starch from them.


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Just posted a new recipe, hope this one works!!!

http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/recipedepictor7x.cgi?1168


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very nice, thanks!!!


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Melissa, I do regularly make pancakes and waffles, but I just throw them together.  Next time I make them I'll write the recipe down for you.


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I added a new recipe a couple of weeks ago, for chunky salsa or pico de gallo (whatever ya wanna call it).

http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/recipedepictor7x.cgi?1161

It's for Type O & B. My husband loves this salsa (it's actually his recipe), and loved to eat it with corn tortilla chips   or on anything else Mexican. Being Type O, he can't have corn on this diet, but he puts it things like rice, salad (particularly "taco salad" -- some form of spiced beef, with lettuce and salsa), and so forth.


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Katsy, we make something very similar to that without the tomatoes.  I would use pineapple instead.  Yeah, I know, it sounds strange, but it's really good.  And we eat it over rice with meat and toppings (like taco salad minus the chips).


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Made a great loaf of bread last night, turned out the best ever!!

http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/recipedepictor7x.cgi?1171


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thanks for sharing!


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http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/recipedepictor7x.cgi?1181

Baked Spaghetti Squash

Please chang line 9 in the instructions to read "Bake for 1 - 1 1/2 hours at 375 until very soft"
Thanks!


http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/recipedepictor7x.cgi?1182

Explorer Rack of Lamb over apples



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For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against ...spiritual wickedness in high places. Eph 6:12
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Well, I've been wanting to post this recipe for a while. Like Mongolian Hot Pot, it is a good dish for multi-BT/GT housholds.


Basic Congee (Chinese Rice-- or other grain-- Gruel/Soup)

This is one of my comfort foods, now that I no longer eat potatoes or wheat. Especially nice to make a pot in the winter time, as it stores well in the fridge, actually improving in flavor over a few days. We have it often for breakfast, but it is equally good for lunch or dinner.

1/2 cup dry rice (glutinous, white or brown as allowed)
     my husband likes half long-grain brown, half short-grain white
(Congee is also made with millet, barley and other grains, so choose one that is good for you)
1 knob of fresh ginger crushed
2 large cloves garlic peeled
2 quarts water (add more if congee becomes too thick for your taste)
A few drops of sesame oil (if allowed by your type)
A few drops of tamari (if allowed by your type)

Bring to the boil in a covered pot. Cook over low heat until rice dissolves, and congee thickens and climbs the side of the pot (a Chinese saying!).

This recipe alone (little or no meat and some veg)is often used for convalescing patients. Millet, barley and other grains are also traditional, but the creamy consistency of rice congee is a real treat.

Meats, bones, etc are often used to enhance stock; other meats may be cooked separately and added (see below). This is a typical method in Chinese cooking.

This rich thick soup is traditionally served in large flat soup bowls, with accompanying small bowls cvering the table filled with fresh, finely cut vegetables: mushrooms, bok choy, broccoli, cilantro, napa cabbage, bamboo shoots, spinach, seaweeds, etc; tofu (may be cooked,); lightly cooked meats, barbequed meats, chinese sausage; canned quail eggs or straw mushrooms; and slivered garlic, ginger and green onions. Seafood such as shrimp, and small pieces of fish may be poached in the congee before serving, as may fresh chicken, duck or quail eggs. The congee is served hot enough so that the veggies get lightly cooked , this is a meal to be served when everyone is at the table!

Traditionally there are condiments which are also served in small dishes: tamari, fermented tofu, hot oil, hot bean sauces, fermented vegetables etc. Some of these can be made at home (several good books available) or bought at an Oriental grocery. The advantage of home preparation is one can tailor them to blood type.

The best thing about this recipe is that you can easily tailor it to a mixed group of blood types, since just about everyone can tolerate rice, and there are other grains that are multi-type friendly; and you just make sure there is a wide diversity of vegetables and meats on the table.

There are a thousand congee recipes:
Vegetarians start as above. If you can eat tofu it is an excellent addition. Back when we were still eating tofu (not allowed for either of us now), we would cut up in match sticks and fry till crispy to garnish, or barbeque with hoisin sauce. Also we would eat fermeted tofu (called "stinky bean cheese" by some).

Everybody else: BTD/GTD compliant meats, eggs, veggies

Seeweeds are not commonly used but make a nice addition to the basic broth.

Traditional meat congees may have pork, salt pork, or dried preserved ham, chicken or duck added at the beginning, to enrich the stock. These may or may not be removed before serving. Other meats may be prepared and added before serving, or placed on the table in a bowl. Theoretically lamb and beef can be used but aren't commonly found in restaurant versions. We avoid pork now, but often use lamb ribs which make a rich stock as well.

Fish congee can be made with any fish or shellfish (heads and bones and bits are used to enrich and improve the stock and are removed before serving, then other cooked fish added later).

Many meat congees also have Chinese dry shrimp, dry fish and/or dry shellfish added at the beginning.

Congee is considered a medicinal food and the ingredients are composed using the Chinese energetics method of medicinal food preparation (5 element system). The grains used in these congees vary according to the medicinal effect desired.

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Thanks for posting this Bekki Shining Bearheart...sounds yummilicious.   I loooooove rice as a comfort food also.   Helps make the tummy do the happy dance.    

Debra

P.S.  I hope you posted this in the recipebase.  


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Would love to but I don't know how-- don't even know where to start...
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Yum! Sounds so delicious, makes me want to make it very soon.  Thank You for posting it!
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Bekki ....
Sounds wonderfullllllllllllll
I love rice and it so agrees with me.  I will try your recipe soon.




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click on the recipe button here on top, then click on add recipe.....voila!
give us the link to the recipe once done.


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Posted it in the recipes...
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thanks!
got a link?


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Thanks Bekki - This looks great!
Especially for winter.  


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Ghee-licious Rice Cakes -- good for all blood types and all genotypes:

http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/recipedepictor7x.cgi?1191


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thanks for submitting, will get to the edit part as soon as Dr D finds out the cause of the freeze up.....


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I added a recipe for lentil flour pumpkin muffins.
Does not necessarily need to stay I was just testing adding recipes from Firefox 3.5.


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Can I add a recipe for Warriors, or do we want to keep the recipes 'generic' and give the detail of beneficials for the different blood types?




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simply add the recipe as is....
the edit team will take care of the details.

you can say it is meant for warrior GT in the description, no worries.

the recipe base is BT specifically programmed.


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