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Lola
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very nice, thanks!


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Looks good, Funky.  I'll try that one.  What do you do for protein?


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funkymuse
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Quoted from Ribbit
Looks good, Funky.  I'll try that one.  What do you do for protein?


Well if you noice in the comments I made above the actual recipe, you can use any number of things.  We use steaks!  
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funkymuse
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Kale and Rice Stir Fry - Delectable!  

http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/recipedepictor7x.cgi?1051


Lola... if you would, please add this line to the ingredient list under Note:

Delicious with any type of meat, tofu, eggs, or even alone.


I'm thinking folks won't notice my description and wonder why the meat isn't listed in the ingredient list when I say to add it in the directions!  
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Lola
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done.....also added entree, cause it is no side dish to me!


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Sorry, I didn't read it that carefully.  Plus DH walked in the door from his business dinner (sigh--I wish I could go to a business dinner) right when I was reading it.


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"Everything is permissible for me, but not everything is beneficial..."  I Corinthians 6:12

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funkymuse
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Quoted from Lola
done.....also added entree, cause it is no side dish to me!


Thank you Lola!  

Got it fixed Ribbit so it's clear!    
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funkymuse
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Shrimp Curry

http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/recipedepictor7x.cgi?1052

This one is very delicious but can only be used by Hunters on special occasion as the Coconut Milk is a Black Dot.

For every other GT as far as I could tell by the book, coconut milk is an Avoid.     


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funkymuse
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Shrimp Curry

http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/recipedepictor7x.cgi?1052

This one is very delicious but can only be used by Hunters on special occasion as the Coconut Milk is a Black Dot.

For every other GT as far as I could tell by the book, coconut milk is an Avoid.     




Also you could substitute chicken or tofu in this recipe and this may make it usable by A-Nonnies.  
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Zucchini Pasta

Has anyone tried this before?


I'm onto you, 'euphoria'
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That looks good.  I've made zucchini lasagna that was similar, and it was tasty.  (With lasagna you have to salt the zucchini and let it sweat for a while to avoid getting too soupy when it cooks, but with this, that isn't necessary)


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I have just submitted a flax bread recipe (Multi-grain Flaxseed bread) that my neighbors, and family love. It helps wean them off wheat and gluten.  It isn't completely gluten free, but is a step in that direction.  As an O, I eat maybe 1/5 of a 9x9 pan and that satisfies me, and my B husband eats the rest. We eat about 1 pan a week. So good hot with ghee!  


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Lola
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thanks JoanneO!
mind submitting the link?


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For all of you hard workers, I've added a little recipe for Labor Day..enjoy! Would make great burger buns...




ALMOND/FLAX ROLLS



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funkymuse
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Just looked it up Lola as I was curious.  So what would one substitute for the Spelt Flour?

http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/recipedepictor7x.cgi?1053
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For all of you hard workers, I've added a little recipe for Labor Day..enjoy! Would make great burger buns...




ALMOND/FLAX ROLLS





MF... These look great!  But I've never seen a muffin top pan...    Where would I look for one?

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Mayflowers
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You can find them on Amazon or I bought one at the local homeware (kitchenware)store in the mall..not easy to find. They were sold out and only had silicon ones..I don't know how safe these are but I'm going to get metal ones from Amazon.
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You can find them on Amazon or I bought one at the local homeware (kitchenware)store in the mall..not easy to find. They were sold out and only had silicon ones..I don't know how safe these are but I'm going to get metal ones from Amazon.


So I'm looking through all the muffin pans there... Do they come out flat?  So you would have two flat pieces or is one rounded or now does it all work?!  
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Mayflowers
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Yes they come out pretty flat. They all are the same shape. I used more in my second batch in the oven and they puffed up a little. I would use 2/3 full in the muffin top pan. You'll see when you bake them how you like them. Now I can have a tuna sandwich!  
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Just looked it up Lola as I was curious.  So what would one substitute for the Spelt Flour?

http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/recipedepictor7x.cgi?1053


Try oat flour.


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"Everything is permissible for me, but not everything is beneficial..."  I Corinthians 6:12

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For all of you hard workers, I've added a little recipe for Labor Day..enjoy! Would make great burger buns...




ALMOND/FLAX ROLLS





Mayflours, I would need to make these without eggs.  Do you think they would work with extra flax meal?  I'll try them and see.


ISTJ, BTD since 5/05.  Battling chronic Lyme disease since ~1985.

"Everything is permissible for me, but not everything is beneficial..."  I Corinthians 6:12

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Now I can have a tuna sandwich!  


Speaking of tuna, you can make your own buns using tuna cans.  Just wash them out real good, oil them, set them in a baking pan, and plop the batter into each one.  They're the perfect size for buns or English muffins.


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here's a simple dish I looove! I cook one cup of brown basmati rice with one cup of amaranth. what a dish! After its done I add plenty of butter (or ghee) , chopped garlic, and sea salt.....Heaven!! And everyone else thought so too.I did it in my rice cooker, as if it were all rice. when done it looked like it was gonna be watery, but I just let it sit while DH bar-B- Qed and it soaked it all up and was like risotto!!
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Lola
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try basmati/ quinoa next and go to heaven twice!


''Just follow the book, don't look for magic fixes to get you off the hook. Do the work.'' Dr.D.'98
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Mayflours, I would need to make these without eggs.  Do you think they would work with extra flax meal?  I'll try them and see.


Let me know how they turn out!



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