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san j
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Bs can eat all four blood types' "Spring Veggies" dishes whose recipes are featured in the April newsletter.
http://www.4yourtype.com/pdfs/April_2013_Recipes.pdf

(The A recipe calls for corn for secretors, red bell pepper for nonnies -- we Bsecs can go for the peppers.)

But that B recipe looks particularly yummy (Twist my arm: Make me eat celeriac and fennel!). Anyone try it?


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Red bell pepper is an avoid on SWAMI for me. I wish I could eat them. I love red bell peppers, and green ones and yellow! Maybe it is an avoid that isn't so bad, but I would think it would be a black dot in that case. They are so easy to grow too. Okay, Dr. D. why can I have peppers in YOUR recipes and not mine?!


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If you do not get peppers, it does not matter whose recipes you use.

Recipes in the April newsletter are for people following blood type diets, if you are following a SWAMI diet you may need to make adjustments to the recipes.


Some As following SWAMI are allowed pimento peppers, that is what I plant in my garden.




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I hear you Spring! Red, yellow, green and orange peppers are black dots on my Swami. Jalapenos are avoid. I dearly love all of these, eat them once in awhile(except green.. burp) and do fine. It was hard enough giving up tomatoes. wah-wah....

BTW...jalapenos on turkey burgers with compliant cheese...yummo!!!!   


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Right there with ya, cajun.  I do get bell peppers as neutral, but man do I feel kinda icky when I eat them, like they just aren't right for me.  So, I stay away from them.  I just love hot peppers, but boy do they burn baby burn.  
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There's a recipe for each of the four blood types through that link.
While B can eat 'em all, the B one really brought a smile!


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Some As following SWAMI are allowed pimento peppers, that is what I plant in my garden.

What a great suggestion! Are they as easy to grow as bell peppers? What do they taste like fresh - I'm all ears!!   - Oh, and, yes, I can have them!


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I hear you Spring! Red, yellow, green and orange peppers are black dots on my Swami. Jalapenos are avoid. I dearly love all of these, eat them once in awhile(except green.. burp) and do fine. It was hard enough giving up tomatoes. wah-wah....

BTW...jalapenos on turkey burgers with compliant cheese...yummo!!!!   


Can't deal with the jalapenos, but that burger sounds good, and maybe I can grow some pimentos to eat on mine as C-Sharp suggested!! Right now I am slowly trying spelt biscuits with my burgers to see if I can tolerate them. Actually, spelt is a superfood for me, but I had too many white lines on my fingers a while back, and I am trying not to take any chances. They are looking great right now so I'm happy! Oh, and recently one of our best groceries has started having organic ground turkey that doesn't break the bank! Can't wait to try it!


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There's a recipe for each of the four blood types through that link.
While B can eat 'em all, the B one really brought a smile!


They all look delicious!


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What a great suggestion! Are they as easy to grow as bell peppers? What do they taste like fresh - I'm all ears!!   - Oh, and, yes, I can have them!


Fresh they taste similar to red bell peppers.

They are a little smaller and a slightly different shape.

Pretty much they are the same amount of work as growing bell peppers.

I feel like I get a slightly smaller crop per plant (mostly because peppers smaller).

Also I am inpatient so I do not always like to wait until they turn red (but I do since I think that may be important in the rating).


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FYI: re the May issue:
The "Meet the Moderators" article features the dadamo forum's C_sharp, Victoria, and yaman.  


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What a great suggestion! Are they as easy to grow as bell peppers? What do they taste like fresh - I'm all ears!!   - Oh, and, yes, I can have them!


They are actually easier to grow in the hot and humid Mississippi climate. I bought my pimento plants at Walmart.
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Thanks, guys, I have them on my list!


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