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Juliebug
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While one of my smallish skillets was heating to almost medium,I washed the kale. Just before adding the kale, I swiped the bottom of the skillet with a very small amount of olive oil to keep the kale from sticking. Cooked it without the lid for a minute or so on one side, turned it and cooked it the same amount on the other side. Stirred it well, put the lid on and let it rest without heat, but still on the stove, until I got the rest of lunch ready. This was young kale, not the really tiny salad mix kale but the next size up before it gets to the full grown stage. I have another container of this kale in the fridge and can't wait to have it again! Kale is a perfect food for me, and it makes me feel wonderful!


I love to take the kale and pulse it in my food processor until finely chopped. I then add minced fresh garlic, sea salt, fresh lemon juice and EVOO. It makes a wonderful salad and you can keep it in the fridge for a few days-it just keeps getting better. Sometimes I sprinkle chopped walnuts on top for extra crunch-YUM!
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Edamame and turnip greens: originally it was supposed to be soybean meal - but what a great genoharmonic combo! I think this is what has been eliminating underarm odor for me, plus not using flouride toothpaste anymore.....and I still have 2 amalgym fillings.

Any bean that starts out "green" in color for me works well as long as its not dried and toasted later, like so many soybeans are for quick snacks.


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Anyone had their "head in your stars" and your feets on the ground making your meals, lately?   Tell us if you have!


Continuous effort - not strength or intelligence - is the key to unlocking our potential. (Churchill)

Adrenal Fatigue, Hyper-Thyroid, Mercury Amalgam recoverer; 14 year hormonal-imbalance bulimia in remission by nutrition!

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YogurtQueen
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I have some odd combinations.  I see a lot of ways to do lamb and cornish game hen, but what about artichoke flour pasta? Does anyone know of a gluten-free pasta with artichoke flour?


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Quoted from YogurtQueen
I have some odd combinations.  I see a lot of ways to do lamb and cornish game hen, but what about artichoke flour pasta? Does anyone know of a gluten-free pasta with artichoke flour?


Your question re: trying to find100% artichoke pasta has come up many times over the years.  I've
never found a product that didn't also contain wheat.  I've googled this lots of times....

Easier to find artichoke flour.

And here's an old thread on this subject.
http://www.dadamo.com/cgi-bin/Blah/Blah.pl?v-print/m-1310135038/



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YogurtQueen
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Anyone had their "head in your stars" and your feets on the ground making your meals, lately?   Tell us if you have!


Wow! This is my first geo-harmonic meal report:

Geoharmonic combo: Lamb + cauliflower + bok choi + white wine

After that dinner, I woke up this morning feeling inexplicable joy, like I could take over the world!


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Sounds good!


My SWAMI diet is a blend of BTD and GTD Explorer, but I'm not totally compliant.  Also I try to choose foods that have a Low Glycemic index.  DW and DD are A+, probably also Explorer.
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Congratulations on finding a beutiful tuning fork !


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Salad greens with the following:

Dressing: Lemon juice + cranberry juice + honey + sunflower oil
Toppers: Sunflower seeds + Colby cheese + persimmon + anchovies + chopped watermelon seeds
White wine


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Salad greens with the following:

Dressing: Lemon juice + cranberry juice + honey + sunflower oil
Toppers: Sunflower seeds + Colby cheese + persimmon + anchovies + chopped watermelon seeds
White wine


This was nasty.  Turns out the Swami updates changed me to a Teacher (without changing many foods) and the anchovies are a neutral.  Good thing, because it turns out I hate anchovies!


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It takes practise lol.


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It takes practise lol.


At least the dressing was tasty!


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Wow. I am so looking forward to scheduling an appointment with Dr. D. in this new year. Omitting flouride from my drinking water has helped my endocrine issues in some ways, but I am seeing changes in genetic expression as Menopause sets in. I went back to some old - and one NEW genoharmonic combination just the other day. It was just what I needed!

I believe that Genoharmonic combos are real, effective game-changers for people "in flux", and I look forward to a more accurate SWAMI this year. Maybe the same old genoharmonic foods with be in there, but maybe with different combos suggested!

Right now, grapefruit with avocado (not in the genoharmonic list) combined with a genoharmonic fish is DA BOMB. Must be all the good stuff amplified by grapefruit-power! (see this month's forum thread on "grapefruit")

It seems as if grapefruit and avocado (as long as there are no starches added) are telling the ol' Thyroid in the Town Hall Meeting "You can sit down now......it's our turn to speak"..........

And I only have to use 1/2 of each fruit, although - it's pretty hard not to turn away a whole avocado at breakfast.....

Just a question for those using their Genoharmonic Lists: does anyone else seem to have the most healing results starting with combos with fish and their red meats? I am very interested to know.

Dairy and Grains never seem to make it into the combo list.......I guess they could for a B or an AB, but I'm neither.


Continuous effort - not strength or intelligence - is the key to unlocking our potential. (Churchill)

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Seraffa, I had forgotten all about this thread so I started at the beginning and read the whole thing! Lots of good info to encourage us to try more things. I wonder how Dr. D. figured out that we might get bored with SWAMI after a while and want to branch out a little with these Harmonics! Nah, I'm sure he was more interested in pushing foods to the absolute limit of their benefits. There is one thing, though, that is next to impossible for me to really get with it. That is the idea of drinking juices. I have no idea why that is, but the only thing I can come up with is this: Fruits, especially, taste too sweet to me in the form of juice, and I don't even like to think about drinking juice! Once in a while I can enjoy a spoonful or two of watermelon juice when I am actually eating watermelon, but that is about it. I suppose if I were really sick and juice would be especially beneficial during such a time, I would be able to get it down.  

As an example, I had some lengthy testing done and was in the hospital overnight a few years ago. The food was awful because they had nothing I could eat on my diet, and I was weak as could be trying to get through these tests - one of them being the treadmill!  I thought I was going to fall off the thing. (I think the doctor who was assisting thought I was, too, because he had his hand on my back the entire time.) Anyway, afterwards they were offering me something to drink. I don't think there is a drink made in the USA that they didn't have. The guy kept calling names of them on and on and on until he finally got to cranberry juice! (They were not in alphabetical order.)  Ahhh, that sounded so good, and that is what I got. I'm so bad about this that I had rather drink water than just about any juice out there.


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And to finally get around to answering your question, Seraffa, yes, I do notice that about fish. It is already wonderful for me, but these combos really give it a lift.


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I water down my juices, at least half and half.
I didn't grow up drinking juices. I do think they are some more modern concept to market to busy working mothers. The whole fruit is obviously healthIer!


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Thanks, Spring.....
Mrs. T + O  I cut mine (and I don't drink em too often) with bubbly mineral water to make natural soda.


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Just a question for those using their Genoharmonic Lists: does anyone else seem to have the most healing results starting with combos with fish and their red meats? I am very interested to know.

Dairy and Grains never seem to make it into the combo list.......I guess they could for a B or an AB, but I'm neither.


No, Seraffa, most of my GH combos start with vegetables or vegetable proteins such as carob and pecans.  I do have one dairy which is Colby cheese.

I do notice that lamb, my only beneficial red meat is listed as a good combiner with a lot of the main ingredients.


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Quoted from YogurtQueen

Wow! This is my first geo-harmonic meal report:

Geoharmonic combo: Lamb + cauliflower + bok choi + white wine

After that dinner, I woke up this morning feeling inexplicable joy, like I could take over the world!

I feel wonderful after I eat this bread I made with all those starry eyed ingredients!


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No, Seraffa, most of my GH combos start with vegetables or vegetable proteins such as carob and pecans.  I do have one dairy which is Colby cheese.

I do notice that lamb, my only beneficial red meat is listed as a good combiner with a lot of the main ingredients.


Some of my highest rated GH combos contain gouda, green tea, ghee, flax.  Plenty of fish....some species I've never heard of...but mostly I choose the combos I really like... like flax bread with ghee and green tea.
5 stars and very enjoyable!



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Some of my highest rated GH combos contain gouda, green tea, ghee, flax.  Plenty of fish....some species I've never heard of...but mostly I choose the combos I really like... like flax bread with ghee and green tea.
5 stars and very enjoyable!



Yea.  Like green tea and flax is what makes my GH world go round.  😊


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New combo: chlorella + apple juice, eaten with fresh tomatohoney mustard dressing and spring mix.
I feel like dancing down the street - all the neurotransmitters in my brain are rockin' and my sinuses are WHOOSH clear!

I wonder what NEW genoharmonics will be in my SWAMI when my report is run at the Teaching Shift!  


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