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Bobbier
Wednesday, February 16, 2011, 7:47pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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I just opened a can of sardines and placed them on top of a rice cake. It was surprisingly good. I think I will make this a lot more. It is a favorite for right now.  

Also rare to medium rare steak and lamb have been an eye opening and delightful experience this week as well.

I am loving this lifestyle so much. Come to think of it, so is my family (though hubby just found out last night he is an A positive  

What about you BTD family... What are your faves at the moment?


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Hi Bobbier and welcome !
Beans stir fried with zucchini or eggplant (as compliant) and herbs, turkey with mushrooms or peas and sometimes curry, always parsley, compliant noodles with mushroo(plus ghee parsley and parmesan), with rappini  or with pesto and green beans. Ricecakes with nutbutter or melted cheese (I am a A sec teacher), Risotto in may different ways, fish perch, monkfish, red mullet. Compliant pasta with sardines and stir fried spicy fennels.
I have a nearly glutton approach to my meals.  Tofu with mushrooms or artichokes or carrot (plus garlic and parsley  and curry on the carrot dish.
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Lamb kabob, with basmatti rice and saffron butter drizzle.  I love this with a side salad of greens and tomatoes drizzled with olive oil and balsamic vinegar.  YUM could eat every day of the week.


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We had sardines for dinner last night.  I like them on romaine lettuce with a dressing of lemon juice, walnut oil, sea salt, and a smidge of agave for sweetness.  Yum!  DH had his with bread and butter (carb boy - he loves his bread) and I had a rice cake with ghee with mine.  It was a perfect (quick) dinner.

I've been making broth lately, too, using fresh veggies to make soup.  Most recently:  beef broth with shredded carrots, minced onion & celery, fresh grated ginger, a pinch of red pepper flakes, pinto beans, and rice fusilli pasta.  I may have thrown a couple of handfuls of baby spinach in that, too.  I usually do.  I could eat that soup for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.  I think I did.  Using rice or rice-pasta in the soup keeps my rice portions down too, which I need to do.

Other favorites recently (since starting BTD and SWAMI) have been carrot & parsnip latkes (with fresh ginger), lentil patties with curry powder and cilantro, salmon burgers using canned salmon.  I'll use fresh salmon for burgers, too, if I can get wild caught.  And I'm loving how wonderfully paired ginger and carrots are.  I used to dislike cooked carrots, but I love them now.  
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At the moment I am enjoying minced organic beef with steamed (e.g. Kale and cabbage) and stir fry vegetables (like shallots and other onions plus garlic) in olive oil. I also add a number of spices like turmeric and paprika. I am very fussy on meat but have a real liking for the red.

In fact, all these years I have taken omega oils and although they helped to a certain extent with hydration of the skin, it never consistently worked, especially on my hands. Since within one week of eating five to six 4 - 7 ounce portions of red meat per week, the omega 6 fatty acids (I assume) in the meat has totally made my skin so much better. I never thought I'd live to see the day. I don't exfoliate my skin but since eating red meat you'd think I did.


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My favorite new meal is kohlrabi slaw, with hard boiled egg in it and olive oil and 1/2 lemon juiced.  It is delicious.  I vary the herbs and spices.  Had this three times in the last week.

Also, enjoying salmon with olive oil and sea salt, but that is not new

Pink Grapefruits, also being eaten one a day.
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I've been making more homemade soup lately; chicken or turkey with quinoa pasta or brown rice, butternut squash, lentil, vegetable and white bean.
Love snacking on almonds, dates, pineapple, cranberries and blueberries.
Recently discovered kukicha tea...nice.
Favorite dinner is cajun grilled salmon with lime, parmesan risotto, and a romaine, arugula, endive, carrot, red onion, pecan and gorgonzola cheese salad. Simply scrumptious!  


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I tried a new blender drink recently and was surprised how good it was.  Rice milk, protein powder, 1/2 can of pumpkin, cinnamon, ginger and a few ice cubes.  I often make things for myself just because the ingredients are good for me, even though they might not taste the best, but I REALLY enjoyed this.  



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I loooove my superfood , fresh mozzarella.....so good. I ate it for brkfst the other day wrapped in cold cooked collards and loved it!
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Jayneeo,

I love fresh mozzarella too!!!  I have it with roasted peppers, tomotoes, olive oil, balsalmic vinegar and fresh basil.  YUM!!!!


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Figs and nuts and ginger.  Or dates and nuts and ginger.  Or figs and cream cheese and ginger.  Throw in some sea salt and carob powder and you have something heavenly.  

That and pumpkin and nuts and ginger.  With a little cinnamon and honey.  Walnuts, almonds and peanuts.  Macadamia nuts.  

There are actually so many, I can't make up my mind.  But I have to say, I am a ginger lover of the highest order.  I bet I eat more ginger in a day than anyone else on here.  I need to farm my own, except I don't think it grows up here.  Maybe I need to set up something inside.


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breakfast: blueberries, strawberries, raspberries, red grapes in greek yogurt with a bit of raw honey (who needs dessert with foods like this!)

lunch: grilled liver with onions and grilled asparagus with a dash of lemon juice and EEVO with sea salt

dinner: spinach salad (baby spinach leaves, portabella mushrooms), sardines in EEVO, slivers of jarlsberg cheese; dressing: EEVO, lemon juice, and sea salt

snacks: cheese, berries, or fried sweet potato

I am eating diamond beneficials only but had no idea food can be this tasty!


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Lola, oh, definitely!


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I eat very plain food.  There are two meals I do look forward to and one is shoulder cut lamb chop baked in the oven in a glass dish with a lid.  With that I like green beans with basil and carrots with dill.  The other meal that I have once in awhile is rice angel hair pasta with olive oil with topping of ground turkey with Italian seasoning and lots of different color sweet peppers cut up all over this.  I do use a bit of sea salt on top.
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I'll cut up a beef roast into smaller pieces, lay it out in a roasting pan, slather it with lots of onions, some spices, and top with some tomato juice.  Then let it cook in the oven for several hours.  Comes out falling apart.  Hubby & I both like that.   I tried it with lamb pieces too, and it was good also.



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Lamb shank stew with red wine/beef stock, lots of garlic, carrots, parsnips and turnips, slow cooked for three or more hours!  Must be consumed with a hearty red wine!

OR

Rack of lamb with a garlic, rosemary & sea salt paste.  Serve with a sweet potato and broccoli.  Must ALSO be consumed with a hearty red wine!

Bon Apetit'


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Jane
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Sounds really good Patty....agree about the hearty red wine!
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Those sound really good, Patty.  But just to tease, are you sure they don't taste so good because you're consuming that hearty red wine before dinner? .



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