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Dr. Pepper
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Turkey or Chicken Stock

Added this recipe so that folks can either:  make and enjoy it; or, refer to it in recipes that require a compliant stock.


http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/recipedepictor7x.cgi?1321
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nice, thanks

think there is or are compliant bone broth recipes, which to me mean more
or less stock.....
too busy to start a search right now, but just a thought


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nice, thanks

think there is or are compliant bone broth recipes, which to me mean more
or less stock.....
too busy to start a search right now, but just a thought


I agree w/ you Lola.  Bone broth vs. stock:  same animal.  I did a search on Recipe Base looking at all "Soups and Broths."  This brought up 88 hits but no broths of any type other than the "Scotch Broth," at least as far as I could identify.

Have you posted your aspic recipe that uses beef shins?  That would be another good one to put in!

I'll try to add a beef stock when I get a chance.  No reason these basics shouldn't be there.  I've been looking far and wide near me for a store-bought, compliant beef or chicken broth and I can't find one.  Most have lots of additives that are no-no's for most of us.  Caramel coloring, sugar, and all kinds of other junk...

I need an extra freezer if I'm gonna start manufacturing stocks now!   It takes too long to whip up a batch every time I need some...
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I am the worst recipe writer there is!!!!
have never followed a recipe as is.....I simply do it all my way.....

you can come over anytime though and we can together make an aspic, and you write down the ingredients and amounts......we also get to eat it up.....bring the wife and the kids!!!

fish out some bone broth recipes from older threads and you could add those to recipe central if you like, I know they re out there somewhere
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I am the worst recipe writer there is!!!!
have never followed a recipe as is.....I simply do it all my way.....


We have a great deal in common!


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you can come over anytime though and we can together make an aspic, and you write down the ingredients and amounts......we also get to eat it up.....bring the wife and the kids!!!


I've been trying to get my family to Mexico for so long now...I give up...I'll just come down myself and we can cook and eat to our hearts' content!  Even though we're different GT's, I'm sure that two O nonnies can find enough in common to cook up a storm...
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bienvenido!!


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I need an extra freezer if I'm gonna start manufacturing stocks now!


what if we dehydrated all that stock, kept in serving size zl bags in the freezer to reconstitute for whatever recipe we need, whenever we need......

now all we need is a lab.....lol


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Chili recipe needs editing:

http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/recipedepictor7x.cgi?1327

Thanks!

I neglected to include this note from Wholefoodie at the end of the recipe:

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*Note--if the beef is fatty, I skim off the fat as it cooks. It is spicy enough for us with the 1/4 cup chili powder but if you like a lot of heat, add cayenne. You can add toppings be we like it just as is. Great leftovers, freezes well.





MIfHI                            I follow a SWAMI diet.

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np Kent!
thanks for posting the recipe....will include this


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[face=Courier][/face]I've just had nimble whole wheat bread with cathedral city cheese (grated), chopped tomato and onion and fresh chillies - very tasty for an AB blood type - just wondering if fresh chillies are allowed?  I get confused with what type of bread i'm allowed - wheat is allowed but in bread terms not the fresh bakery breads  
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kkarina- fresh bakery breads are fine if all the ingredients are compliant. Ask the bakery what's in the bread- there may be a few varieties that are OK for you.


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Ruthiegirl - thanks for your reply - but what you will find when you shop in these big stores - staff don't even know the ingredients of the bread themselves.  I just looked at the Nimble bread again - even though it stated on the packaging that it was wholemeal - one of the ingredients was 'vinegar'   - to say i was gutted was an understatement.  I think i better bring by breadmaker back out again and make my own bread   but being lazy me - working full time and looking after 2 kids 9 and 16 - i just don't have enough hours in the day.

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New recipe needs an edit  Amaranth Gingerbread Muffin

http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/recipedepictor7x.cgi?1354

I copied and pasted some of it so it has a few extra lines at the bottom that I didn't get cleaned up.

TIA
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Type O Banana Bread

in a large bowl combine :
2 mashed over ripe bananas(room temp)
1 cup unsweetened almond milk(room temp)
1 large egg (whisked and room temp)
1/2 cup maple syrup(room temp)
1/2 cup almond butter (room temp)
slowly add:
1 cup almond flour
1 cup instant oatmeal (Mom's Quick Natural)
* 1/2 cut walnuts
put in:
8x8x2 butter or greased pan
cook at 350 degrees for 45 minutes
let sit for 1/2 hours and cut into 9 pieces
*Eat with:
1/2 a cut up banana and or almond butter topping

*optional

Comes out moist and yummy!!
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http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/recipedepictor7x.cgi?1476

This is the best broccoli soup I've ever had. Give it a try, it's super easy and it's incredibly good for you too!  


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http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/recipedepictor7x.cgi?1476

This is the best broccoli soup I've ever had. Give it a try, it's super easy and it's incredibly good for you too!  


It's almost too incredible to believe that 3 ingredients, two of which are water and sea salt could make
soup taste this good.  Did you season it with anything else?

Probably would work with cauliflower...or a combination of broccoli and cauliflower...

Easy to throw 3 ingredients in the Vitamix, press start and come back when soup is done.  WOW,
thanks for sharing!  


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You're welcome I used a little sprinkle of grated pecorino on top with a drizzle of extra virgin olive oil, but it was mainly broccoli, sea salt and water. The taste is very clean, sweet and smooth. I'm sure it would work with cauliflower as well. In the video Gordon garnished with a few crispy walnuts and a couple of thin slices of goat cheese in the bottom of the soup bowl. He poured the soup around it and drizzled a bit of olive oil on top. I'm sure a dollop of real sour cream or Greek style yogurt would taste good too, or a pinch of smoked paprika or fresh ground pepper. Lots of ways to play with this recipe


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You're welcome I used a little sprinkle of grated pecorino on top with a drizzle of extra virgin olive oil, but it was mainly broccoli, sea salt and water. The taste is very clean, sweet and smooth. I'm sure it would work with cauliflower as well. In the video Gordon garnished with a few crispy walnuts and a couple of thin slices of goat cheese in the bottom of the soup bowl. He poured the soup around it and drizzled a bit of olive oil on top. I'm sure a dollop of real sour cream or Greek style yogurt would taste good too, or a pinch of smoked paprika or fresh ground pepper. Lots of ways to play with this recipe


Ooh, really good suggestions~  Thanks again.   I can't have goat cheese but grated manchego I'm sure would work...and crispy walnuts...yum!  And Greek yogurt.  I'm started to get excited over one of my least favorite vegetables....Imagine that!  



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Excellent Chloe Here's the link for the video on how to make it:

http://gordonramsaysrecipes.com/03/gordon-ramsays-broccoli-soup/


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