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Tuesday, January 31, 2006, 9:12pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Yes, remember his three aphorisms.  But when we have such strong reactions, as PT does, it's so hard to believe that it's not the same for everyone.

But I was going to suggest a pesto based sauce with pasta, olive oil, basil, compliant nut (doesn't have to be pine nuts), maybe there's usually parsley in there too.  That would be great with veggies and/or meat.  A basic butter (ghee) and garlic sauce would also be nice.


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Thursday, February 16, 2006, 5:37am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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Spelt bread bought in the health food store is not that great tasting.  However, making bread, pancakes and deserts from scratch using spelt flower produces very tasty results
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Yes to Berlin White Spelt Bread!  It WAS our favorite until I finally got MY recipe downpat recently.  Now we like homemade white spelt bread the best but we still have Berlin's bread in our freezer at all times.

You B's that asked for something to put on your pasta.....I have a NO TOMATO TOMATO SAUCE recipe in the recipe base...it's the one with fresh steamed carrots and red beats and done in a blender.  It's so easy to make and can be frozen in smaller portions in canning jars to use as needed.  I can't tell that it's NOT real spaghetti sauce and I use it on pizzas too.  It can be used as a chili base as well, but I've not tried that yet.  If you don't find it, PM me....when we unburry from this freakin' ICE STORM here in Michigan, I'll get back on my puter and get it to ya somehow.  

Right now, I'm packin' my bags to get the heck out of Dodge!  Heading towards a town for a night or two since we're out in the middle of the boonies and sure to be burried in ice and snow and with the winds they are predicting, I think we better be nearer to the old people that we love.

Hope to be back on by Saturday at the latest.  Someone please send some sunshine!!!

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Quoted from jillthepilllady
...You B's that asked for something to put on your pasta.....I have a NO TOMATO TOMATO SAUCE recipe in the recipe base...it's the one with fresh steamed carrots and red beats and done in a blender.  It's so easy to make and can be frozen in smaller portions in canning jars to use as needed.  I can't tell that it's NOT real spaghetti sauce and I use it on pizzas too...


Here's the URL.  http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/recipedepictor.cgi?490


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Thanks!  This is great since I gave up tomatoes on the Arthritis program!  But since I also gave up grains, I now need something to put it on lol!



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I'm unable to find "white spelt flour" in my area, Tucson, AZ.  We have Wild Oats Grocer here but no WFS.  Any online distributor (small amount)?  Is it really better for baking than "whole spelt flour", which I have some of?  Being an O (awaiting results of secretor status) I've kept away from grains pretty much, except for rice, which I've always loved.  I am an avid baker, though, and I'm getting frustrated not having any cookies, brownies, cake, etc. that I cook for the family.  I absolutely couldn't resist the lemon meringue pie I made this week, though.  I've had 2 slices without any bad effects at all.  knocking wood


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Quoted from mikendomsmum
I'm unable to find "white spelt flour" in my area, Tucson, AZ.  We have Wild Oats Grocer here but no WFS.  Any online distributor (small amount)?  Is it really better for baking than "whole spelt flour", which I have some of?  Being an O (awaiting results of secretor status) I've kept away from grains pretty much, except for rice, which I've always loved.  I am an avid baker, though, and I'm getting frustrated not having any cookies, brownies, cake, etc. that I cook for the family.  I absolutely couldn't resist the lemon meringue pie I made this week, though.  I've had 2 slices without any bad effects at all.  knocking wood


Someone must sell Vita Spelt White flour.  If no HFS's in your area have it, you might try searching the internet for them.  There's http://www.ferrisorganicfarm.com that sells the flour here in Michigan but I've been told there's no mention of the white flour on their site.  You may have to email or call them.  However, I think they only sell 25 pound bags so you might want to find a friend to share it with if that's too much.


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Berlin Bakery (www.speltbread.com) sells 5 pound bags of white spelt flour.
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