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Draginvry
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I'm FULL.  You know, like that guy on that Taco Bell commercial.

But I'm not full because I ate Taco Bell.  I'm full because I ate...

VeryGnawty's Meal Replacement Cookie v1.08
fully type O compliant (Now with more hype!)

Ingredients
2 large eggs
2 cups mashed bananas
1/4 tsp. baking soda
1/4 tsp. sea salt
1 tsp. baking powder
1/2 cup ground flaxseeds (or walnuts)
2 cups brown rice flour
1/4 cup olive oil

Directions:

Mix ingredients together thoroughly.  Place the dough on a lightly-oiled cookie sheet.  Form the dough into desired shape.

Bake at 300 degrees Fahrenheit for about 10-15 minutes.

Enjoy!



DISCLAIMER:  The above information is garnered from personal experience.  This advice is not intended to replace that of a trained medical professional.  Although, personally, I wouldn't trust most trained medical professionals to have the knowledge or know-how to trim my toenails.
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If you look up 'collards' in typebase you should find a recipe I posted for Garlic Greens, which is at least all-O friendly, and probably okay for the other types as well, both nonnie and secretor.

Although I'm a secretor I eat pretty much like a nonnie, except for secretor-specific bennies and avoids. If I come across any good recipes that nonnies can use without having to sub ingredients, I'll post them without hesitation.

Thanks for reposting your cookie recipe, VG. Dude, I LOVE those things. They are the best invention since sliced bread.



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Today dinner is cooking in the crock pot at home. Two lamb shanks with a red onion, thai peppers, fresh ground black pepper, a sprig of fresh rosemary from the "flower bed", celery, carrots, parsnips, mushrooms, and a half a bottle of Shiraz(red wine). Boy is the dog going to be ticked at me after having to smell that all day long!
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GCG, I can smell that cooking all the way up here in Pennsy. MMMMM!!

Btw fellow gardener in their 2006 catalog, Territorial Seeds is offering a rosemary variety that you can use as kebab skewers. Is that cool or what?

VG, I made a batch of your cookies this afternoon and added some organic dried black currants to the dough. I had to put the cookies in the cupboard to keep from eating the entire batch. Yum! And the best thing is, I feel satisfied but not bloated. Excellent!


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And the best thing is, I feel satisfied but not bloated.


That was my original motivation for making the recipe.  I wanted something filling, that was easily portable.  The theory is that during holiday feasts, I would have a backup plan in a world of avoids.

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Thanks for reposting your cookie recipe, VG. Dude, I LOVE those things. They are the best invention since sliced bread.


Funny you should mention that.  They practically replaced sliced bread in my diet.  In fact, they are significantly better than sliced bread, because they have bananas with nuts/seeds.  Any time you combine bananas with nuts/seeds, the result is an instant winner.

I've tried making them different ways, but I much prefer the flax.  It is tasty, and very filling.



DISCLAIMER:  The above information is garnered from personal experience.  This advice is not intended to replace that of a trained medical professional.  Although, personally, I wouldn't trust most trained medical professionals to have the knowledge or know-how to trim my toenails.
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Forgot this one:

Sweet Potato Muffins


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Kate!!

Thanks for your recipes... I just have to surf more on other threads..

As far as I am concerned my new thread can be deleted!!!
I will dig into the Nonnies Recipes..

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The omega 3 chocolate is great!  I used almond meal for the flax and almond butter for the nut butter with the optional walnuts.  Yum!  Makes me wanna eat more chocolate now and I have been craving it for some reason.

Vegetable glycerine is some weird stuff.  OK for cooking I guess.  


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The almond cookies did not turn out well for me.  Really cake like, no cookie taste or texture.  

Once again, the omega 3 chocolate was great!  


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Watch out for that Omega 3 chocolate, it is too good and I eat it way too much!  

The almond cookies are definitely not like regular cookies, but its been so long since I had a regular cookie that I'm not even sure anymore...    I like them as a snack, especially the cocoa ones.  I think I crave both butter and cocoa too much...

The sweet potato brownies, however are JUST like regular brownies and all the "normal" people that have them LOVE them!  The trick is to find sweet potato flour.  I'm sure you could use another type of flour, but I haven't tried.  The sweet potato flour is very light and fine, not coarse like many other compliant flours (kamut, amaranth, brown rice, quinoa, etc).


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Where have you found sweet potato flour ?



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Check out the A nonnie compliant mustard recipes (dijon especially )

Try making homemade soymilk. A nonnies can sweeten with fructose or blackstrap molasses. Very tasty.


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Laura,

I ordered it from Arizona, actually!  I suspect I could find it somewhere in Toronto (Hispanic groceries or whatever), but it was easier to order.  Depending on where you live, you might be able to find some. Or you can try using a different flour, it just needs to be light and very fine - white rice flour perhaps?


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The almond cookies are definitely not like regular cookies, but its been so long since I had a regular cookie that I'm not even sure anymore... I like them as a snack, especially the cocoa ones. I think I crave both butter and cocoa too much...


We loved the almond cookies!  If I can just figure out how to stop the glycerine from smoking up the kitchen....

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Nonnie yeast bread, anyone?

I was wondering if anyone has a good basic recipe for a nonnie yeast bread?  I think I'm going to try to make some, but if anyone's had some luck, I'd like to start from your recipe rather than building from scratch, which usually means a lot of wasted ingredients.  As an O nonnie, I may go with a blend containing rye, which would be bennie for A and AB, neutral for O, and avoid for B.

I'll let you know how it goes...


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Where have you found sweet potato flour ?


I got sweet potato flour, harina de camote, from http://www.elmercadogrande.com/hadecaspofl.html in Mesa, AZ.

From the labeling on the package I discovered it was packaged and I assumed imported by: AMAZONAS IMPORTS, INC., Sun Valley, CA http://www.amazonasnaturalfoods.com/


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Fruit Jam Dressing

Ingredients:
cup all fruit jam (raspberry, blueberry, peach, etc)
1 tsp lemon juice
1 Tbsp extra virgin olive oil
Pinch of salt

Directions:
1)     Put jam and juice in a bowl and stir with a fork.  
2)     Add olive oil until dressing is liquid enough to pour.
3)     Add pinch of salt to taste.


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Creole Steak Rub

Ingredients:
tsp garlic powder
tsp onion powder
tsp dried oregano
tsp dried thyme
tsp salt
tsp black pepper
1/8 tsp cayenne pepper
1/8 tsp paprika

Directions:
1)     Combine all ingredients thoroughly.  
2)     Rub on all sides of meat, and let sit in refrigerator for at least 30 minutes before cooking.  

WARNING: This can be very HOT!


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BBQ Chicken Rub

Ingredients:
tsp garlic powder
tsp onion powder
tsp cayenne pepper
tsp fresh ground black pepper
tsp sea salt

Directions:
1)     Combine ingredients thoroughly.
2)     Rub on all sides of meat, and let sit in refrigerator for at least 30 minutes before cooking.


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Turkey Nuggets (or chicken for As and Os)

almond flour
crushed fresh garlic
basil, oregano, paprika, salt
eggs

Combine nut flour with spices.
Dip bite-sized pieces of turkey breasts in beaten egg, then roll in the nut-flour mixture.
Fry in ghee on both sides until coating is golden.

 


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Sneaky smoothie (for getting in veggies without noticing):

NOTE:  measurements relatively LOOSE:
1/2 cup fresh or frozen berries (my favorites: an even mix of blueberries and raspberries, though cherries are nice too)
1/4 c. pomegranate juice (or another tart compliant juice)
1/4 c. green tea (to melt the frozen berries)
1 T. oil (light olive or flax)
1/2 c. fresh or frozen veggies (my favorites:  an even mix of broccoli and spinach, though fresh chard, carrots and squash also work without affecting taste)
OPTIONAL:
1 banana (not necessary, but excellent for veggie camouflage, esp for kids or grumpy significant others)
slice of fresh ginger (I like ginger for variety now and again!)

Blend until smooth.  Drink fresh!  Enjoy!  I drink one almost every day.


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plhartless,

I love your Sneaky Smoothie idea!  I'm working on eating more veggies, so I think I'll try to "sneak" some spinach or collards into my fruit smoothie...


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