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This thread is for Explorers to post their favorite recipes. Thanks!


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Cilantro Chelation Pesto
This recipe was something a friend (also an Explorer) found on line the original was compiled by Dr. Thomas Stearns Lee, NMD. I have changed a number of ingredients to make it beneficial for Explorers. So I wont make all the claims for it that were made at the source. Cilantro is a Diamond Superfood for Explorers and the detox could be why???

"Heavy-metal poisoning is rampant.  It is a major cause of hormonal imbalances, cancer, thyroid problems, neurological disturbances, learning problems, depression, food allergies, and parasites.

Cilantro, also known as coriander or Chinese parsley, has been proven to chelate toxic metals from our bodies in a relatively short period of time.  (The word chelate comes from the Greek word for claw, and describes a process which acts to engulf and then enable the removal of a highly reactive toxic mineral.)" ---Quote from original source

Cilantro Chelation Pesto (I have included original ingredients and noted where I substituted other things when the original wasnt the best choice)
     4 cloves garlic
     1/3 cup Pecans or Pine Nuts superfood for Explorers
o     (Brazil nuts (selenium source) were in the original recipe but not so good for anyone, especially at first, except G6)
     1/3-2/3 cup other acceptable seeds or nuts as desired
o     /3 cup sunflower seeds (cysteine source) Recipe called for these but not optimal for anyone and a toxin for Explorers1
o     1/3 cup pumpkin seeds (zinc, magnesium sources) ditto here- a toxin for Explorers
     2 cups packed fresh cilantro (coriander, Chinese parsley)  (Vitamin A source) 2/3 cup Olive oil, macadamia nut oil, hemp seed oil or grape seed oil ---all excellent for Explorers
o     flaxseed oil was in the original recipe, and to be avoided for the first 3-6 months by Explorers
     4 tablespoons lemon juice (Vitamin C source) -- good for Explorers
     2 tsp. Dulse powderassuming this is a good choice though Kelp and Wakame were specifically listed  for Explorers
     Sea salt if you need it
o     Bragg's Liquid Aminos were in the recipe but I have always assumed that was the same as soy sauce so I dont include it
Process the cilantro and oil in a blender until the cilantro is chopped.  Add the garlic, nuts, and seeds, dulse and lemon juice and mix until the mixture is finely blended into a paste.  Add sea salt to taste and blend again.  Store in dark glass jars if possible.  
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Not very advanced but anyway.

Breakfast:
Grapefruit
Apple
Raspberry
All chopped to a fruit sallad.
and some pecans on the top.




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Thats it? Okay...Here is a good one.  Cook lentils with lots of onions in there(carrots, too, if your six months is up). Then put in a food mill...uses all the lentil. When done...put about a quarter of a cup of ghee in there and simmer til dissolved.  Add salt to your taste. Its like a thick pea soup. So thats your stock...if too thick when reheating, add a little water. Then add bits of lamb, bits of artichoke hearts, brown rice...rutebega...any explorer leftovers. You can add your cilantro and tumeric later. I fry up the cilantro and tumeric in ghee(they say that herbs sauted in ghee brings out the medicinal qualities of the herbs)and then add that last to the soup before you eat it. I can imagine also throwing some spinach in there tho i've never tried that. Or you can have the soup all alone..its good that way. My grandmother used to make homemade croutons to put in there...maybe explorers could put overly toasted manna bread?


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And top with some sort of beneficial cheese.


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yeh...romanian urdu. yummy yummy.


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yeh...romanian urdu. yummy yummy.



Where can you get that?
I've never seen it.
Can you make it?



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Cooked quinoa with a touch of maple syrup, with sliced kumquats on top... a real waker-upper.


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I've never tried kumquats are they easy to find?
Are they sweet or tart?
How do you prepare them?


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Kumquats are tart on the inside with a sweet peel.  You eat them whole.  It always wakes you up at first then as you chew them they get sweeter.  I like them sliced because the sweet catches up faster to the tart that way, and they're pretty.  They're a bit weird at first, but it didn't take me long to become addicted.  They're convenient too: bite-sized, just wash and eat.

They're in season right now, so they should be easy to find in California.  Not every grocery store has them, but some do.


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They're in season right now, so they should be easy to find in California.  Not every grocery store has them, but some do.


Thanks I'll give them a try  

Baked Cod with Lemon-Thyme Flaky Salt

http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/recipedepictor7x.cgi?1152




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Apple braised lamb shoulder chops (or rabbit)
Great for Explorers - 5 diamonds and 4 superfoods  

http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/recipedepictor7x.cgi?1156


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Kumquats are tart on the inside with a sweet peel.  You eat them whole.  It always wakes you up at first then as you chew them they get sweeter.  I like them sliced because the sweet catches up faster to the tart that way, and they're pretty.  They're a bit weird at first, but it didn't take me long to become addicted.  They're convenient too: bite-sized, just wash and eat.

They're in season right now, so they should be easy to find in California.  Not every grocery store has them, but some do.


Thanks so much!
I tried them and I love them!  
I've tried so many new foods since the GTD.
This is really fun.


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I decided to make some meatloaf last night. But then I remembered I couldn't have eggs. Here's what I came up with:

Explorer Eggless meatloaf

1 carrot
1 celery stick
1 apple - peeled
1/2 onion

1 lb. ground lamb
1 lb. ground turkey
1/2 cup ricotta cheese
1/4 cup apple juice
2 rice cakes chopped up (or 1 cup rice)
1 Tbl ghee
1 Tbl fresh or 1 tsp. dried of each (thyme, oregano, summer savory)
1 tsp salt

Preheat oven 375
Finely chop (or use food processor) on the apple and veggies (sqeeze in some lemon to keep the apples fresh)
Mix with the rest of the ingredients
Coat a meatloaf pan with ghee
Put meat mixture in pan
Cook for 1 to 1 1/2 hours


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I am sure it was delicious!

want to add it to recipe central?


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I just tried and I got an error
I just posted a thread on the help forum


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I like to make smoothies often

smoothie
1 Smoothie Acia packet
1 cup raspberry frozen
1 cup cranberry frozen
2 cup apple frozen
3 chunks of ice
2 heaps of honey
Water as needed for blending to happen

Alkalizer
1 mug of how water
3/4 table spoon of carob powder
1 big table spoon of blackstrap molasses

everyday thing
1-2 cups pre-cooked brown rice
1/2 onion
1 big carrot
3 big leafs Swiss chard
1/2 cup Peas
1/2lb Lamb
Curry
Turmeric
Thyme
Ghee
Garlic

Start by pre-cooking the onion, then add spices. Then I like to throw in swiss chard chopped up. After it wilts a little I toss in rice and lamb, lastly I mix in ghee and peas, cover, let it get nice n warm, eat as much of it as I feel like, come back to it a little later to finish off. I eat some sort of combination like this almost daily.

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what is 'Smoothie Acia packet'?


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Quoted from Lola
what is 'Smoothie Acia packet'?


It is mostly frozen acai.

http://www.sambazon.com/products/smoothiePacks/


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ahhhh!
acia I had not heard of before!


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I get the unsweetened but I am still a bit worried about purchasing something that comes from so far away, business practices, a lot of things.

I am curious what foods Explorers can eat that are alkalizing.
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nowishow,
you can try to submit your recipe again, I ll edit it as soon as I get a chance, and pls add the link to it at
new at recipe central, thanks!
http://www.dadamo.com/cgi-bin/.....cipe+Central/#num246


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Would one of you Explorers check the status of alfalfa please?  I've been giving my little Explorer chlorophyll to help with a possible UTI (to balance pH) and she's got green "D" and stomach cramps.  It never bothered her before.  My book is on loan.


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Alfalfa sprouts are avoid. No mention of anything else.
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