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Tea Rose
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Thanks....whew!

Here I was trying to make a meal out of all of the foods on the list to match the one on the left....Yikes  ..... That was not easy!


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Several of my Geno Harmonic meat choices list baking soda as a good combo. Does anyone have any idea how this should be combined? Do I dredge the meat in baking soda before cooking? Or do I mix it in water & sip along with the meal?

Also, horseradish is listed frequently. I can only find it mixed with vinegar which is an avoid for me. If I put some in a strainer & rinse it would that be sufficient to remove the harmful qualities of the vinegar?

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Hi Saraj and welcome to the forum.

You might be thinking of prepared horseradish but you can buy the root fresh...
and instead of grating and mixing it with vinegar, use lemon juice instead.

http://www.globalgourmet.com/food/egg/egg1296/prephors.html

I think the purpose of the baking soda is to reduce excess acidity and I'm sure it
would be fine to add it to water and drink it with or after a meal, but I honestly don't
know how it would work to dredge meat.  



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Thanks for the kind welcome, Chloe, as well as the link & info on making your own horseradish. I'm definitely going to try making it with the lemon juice. It's mentioned frequently in my Geno harmonic food lists so I do need to learn to use it more.
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How about Sushi Sonic 100% wasabi powder?  It has no additives, and you just add a little liquid to reconstitute.

It is by Great Eastern Sun, and should be available in any natural food store that carries their teas.



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Thanks, Victoria. I've never used wasabi so I didn't even realize that it was horseradish! I'll look for that, too, to see which I prefer.
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Yes, thanks from me too, Victoria..I had completely forgotten that wasabi is also
horseradish and I have this product in my pantry which I will again start using.  But I've also read that real wasabi is expensive and difficult to cultivate, so many of the wasabi pastes you see served with sushi is really just cheaper prepared horseradish mixed with
green food dyes.

Saraj, make sure if you're buying the Sushi Sonic wasabi powder to notice that it says 100% wasabi on the label.  There make different kinds that contain less wasabi.


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Prickly Pear grows for us in Ohio (zone 6). My dad gave me a cutting from his plant.

We also eat not just pumpkin flowers but all kinds of squash blossoms (hope it is not an avoid for me). There are both male and female blossoms, the females are the ones that make the squashes, so we just eat the males. They are great dipped in raw scrambled egg and sauteed-- my husband stuffs them with a little cheese and fresh herbs before cooking.
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Sushi Sonic actually makes two different wasabi products.  One is 100% wasabi and the other is 46% wasabi and 60% horseradish and mustard.  CLICK



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