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Vegan Joe
Tuesday, July 19, 2011, 12:17am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Stir fry (electric wok) broccoli, onions, garlic, water chestnuts, celery, carrots, ginger (powdered) over 100% buckwheat noodles, topped with sesame seeds and Braggs.

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Sounds like a delicious side dish! What protein will you have with it?


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Sounds like a delicious side dish! What protein will you have with it?

Broccoli is 33% protein, while buckwheat is 13% protein. As a vegan graciously granted access to an omnivore site, this and other topics I wish to abstain from commenting on. There is plenty of information good, bad, and indifferent out there. Please don't take/think like I am ignoring you, or sloughing you off, as nothing is further from the truth. I just don't wish to get into a debate about issues like this, on this forum. Because in the end everyone will walk away believing as they always have (not excluding me), usually with disdain in their hearts.
Sorry and thanks for the understanding.
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Joe, I just bought a cast iron wok made by Staub and I am thrilled!  Your meal sounds yummy!  I can't eat buckwheat, but I can eat rice noodles.  What are Braggs?


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Braggs Amino Acids; gives the food a salty flavor, though I prefer wheat-free tamari.


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Joe, I just bought a cast iron wok made by Staub and I am thrilled!  Your meal sounds yummy!  I can't eat buckwheat, but I can eat rice noodles.  What are Braggs?


http://bragg.com/products/bragg-liquid-aminos-soy-alternative.html
I have tamari in the fridge but it contains wheat, So next time I have to get the wheat free, unless I discover I'm a Non-Secreator which seems to make sense to me, knowing my reactions to certain foods on the avoid list for O+ NON.


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I know it's not ideal for an O to be vegan, but there are a lot of combinations of non-meat foods that make complete proteins. Homemade hummus, using compliant beans for instance...beans and seeds...I didn't eat meat (turkey) for almost two years up until a couple of months ago, though I do eat eggs, some fish (if it's wild caught), and some dairy...and I'm not an O.


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Joe, I just bought a cast iron wok made by Staub and I am thrilled!  Your meal sounds yummy!  I can't eat buckwheat, but I can eat rice noodles.  What are Braggs?

Sweet!
I keep reading about how it better to use water with a small amount of oil in the wok to reduce fat intake and will get around to this way of doing it sooner or later. Post some pics if you can.




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I cannot have the Braggs.  No soy for me, as I am a nonnie.

Most of the veggies let down water when you cook them.  Does that count?

Do you want pics of the wok or pics of the food in the wok?  Last night I made simple bok choy cooked in sesame oil.  Yum!  


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Quoted from Vegan Joe

Broccoli is 33% protein, while buckwheat is 13% protein. As a vegan graciously granted access to an omnivore site, this and other topics I wish to abstain from commenting on. There is plenty of information good, bad, and indifferent out there. Please don't take/think like I am ignoring you, or sloughing you off, as nothing is further from the truth. I just don't wish to get into a debate about issues like this, on this forum. Because in the end everyone will walk away believing as they always have (not excluding me), usually with disdain in their hearts.
Sorry and thanks for the understanding.
Joe



I do have the occasional meatless meal, but I wouldn't feel satisfied after having all those veggies, PLUS a grain, without some more protein too. This would probably be delicious with cubes of tofu added to the stir fry. Or some beans as an appetizer, side dish, or dessert. It also depends on just how many sesame seeds you toss on top- if it's a little bit for a garnish or a lot for a protein soruce.


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