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BluesSinger
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I'm up to getting ideas for healthy dips for like carrots, celery, etc.  

I've been using this spicy mayo that we have but it's got vinegar in it which is a no no for me!

I've used humus before but I would love some ideas besides humus.  

healthy avocado dip ideas or other unusual delicious dips?   we can't have much cheese so that's kind of out...

we eat celery, radishes and carrots with our lunch as a way to get veggies in with our one sandwich per day..  and just looking for a way to spice up these bland chewables!
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make  them in a breeze

follow a mayo recipe using lemon juice.....
add all and make varied.......even mustard, using ground mustard seed powder

etc


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Green Chutney*

Makes 10 servings:

1/2 c cilantro
1 Tbsp peeled & chopped fresh ginger
1 Tbsp chopped fresh hot green chili
1 apple OR avocado, peeled, seeded, & diced
2 Tbsp fresh lemon juice
1/2 tsp salt
Pinch of sweetener of choice (optional)
4 Tbsps water

Put all ingredients in a blender; blend until smooth.

* Recipe supplied by Indira Gupta,
owner of Madrid to Madras Cooking School, Boulder, CO
for Jennifer Workman's book, Stop Your Cravings.
Workman says of this recipe:
"This might be a bit astringent for Vatas, who could combine it with rice and a protein for additional grounding. Pittas may want to cut down on the amount of chili in the recipe, or use a sweet green bell pepper instead."
She supplies this nutritional info:
Per serving (if using apple): 31 calories; 2g fat; 1g protein; 3g carbohydrate.

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I don't know if you're allowed yogurt, BS, but almost anything can be done with a yogurt base. Greek yogurt, in giving up its water, is nice and thick - I think it would be a good base for a dip containing something like the above chutney.


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Fresh horseradish and mayo.  

Dill and mayo

Garlic and mayo

Google aioli. It's just a fancy mayo but works well

Theme...mayo haha


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Quoted from san j
Green Chutney*

Makes 10 servings:

1/2 c cilantro
1 Tbsp peeled & chopped fresh ginger
1 Tbsp chopped fresh hot green chili
1 apple OR avocado, peeled, seeded, & diced
2 Tbsp fresh lemon juice
1/2 tsp salt
Pinch of sweetener of choice (optional)
4 Tbsps water

Put all ingredients in a blender; blend until smooth.

* Recipe supplied by Indira Gupta,
owner of Madrid to Madras Cooking School, Boulder, CO
for Jennifer Workman's book, Stop Your Cravings.
Workman says of this recipe:
"This might be a bit astringent for Vatas, who could combine it with rice and a protein for additional grounding. Pittas may want to cut down on the amount of chili in the recipe, or use a sweet green bell pepper instead."
She supplies this nutritional info:
Per serving (if using apple): 31 calories; 2g fat; 1g protein; 3g carbohydrate.

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I don't know if you're allowed yogurt, BS, but almost anything can be done with a yogurt base. Greek yogurt, in giving up its water, is nice and thick - I think it would be a good base for a dip containing something like the above chutney.


That sounds like it would be great for a turkey taco, maybe with a little crema? I learned how to ferment crema bad in september when I made queso y elote for my parents 60th anniversary. Sometimes we can't avoid all avoids like the citrus vodka in my marinade for spatchcocked turkey, eh it cooks out.
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Cucumber dill onion mayo.

Spinach artichoke onion garlic lemon mayo. Loads of recipes with sour cream or cream cheese can be substituted with mayo.


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thanks everyone!

Mother.. what about a avocado based salad dressing?   or an avocado based dip?     have you experimented?
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I have used avocado for guacamole  of course. Many different ways to make it. I generally just like sea salt but you can add lemon/ lime juice, jalapeño, tomato, cilantro, coriander and cumin or any of those options. The few times I've had avocado salad dressing it was rather boring. However if you made guacamole with all those additions and thinned it and blended it I bet it would be great. When I want a spicy dressing I use mayo and siracha sauce, green dragon sauce and a little lime juice and thin with water to my desired consistency. . EVERYONE loves it
You could find a smoothie recipe you like with avocado and use it as a dressing.
There are actually recipes for avocado chocolate pudding!! Never tried it but I can see where it would be good.


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It's easy to make your own mayonnaise if you have an immersion blender and a jar to fit it in: http://square--peg.blogspot.com/2016/10/easy-homemade-mayonnaise.html


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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Quoted from gulfcoastguy


That sounds like it would be great for a turkey taco, maybe with a little crema? I learned how to ferment crema bad in september when I made queso y elote for my parents 60th anniversary. Sometimes we can't avoid all avoids like the citrus vodka in my marinade for spatchcocked turkey, eh it cooks out.

As ever, gcg (how've you BEEN?), an inspiring contribution: Citrus vodka marinated spatchcocked turkey! Wee-Ha!
Re: Your post, responding to that recipe:
The recipe's ginger would conflict with the usual tacos/crema profile, but I think you could, in a Fusion-mood, pull it off.  


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Quoted from SquarePeg
It's easy to make your own mayonnaise if you have an immersion blender and a jar to fit it in: http://square--peg.blogspot.com/2016/10/easy-homemade-mayonnaise.html


What is an immersion blender?  
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A stick blender. It comes with a tall cup/ plastic jar. https://www.amazon.com/Hand-Blenders/b?ie=UTF8&node=289916

Also great for blending soups


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The stick blender I bought didn't come with a cup or jar. It's intended to be used in your own pot or bowl. I use it to make creamy soups.


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