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Imitation Corned Beef -- And ConsommeAfter starting Eating Right, I missed Corned Beef Brisket on St. Patrick�s Day. I tried to make it by looking up recipes on the Internet, but it took too long and didn�t end up tasting like I wanted it to.One year, I tried a commercial brand that tasted milder than the corned beef I was used to, and it tasted pretty good. One day, by accident, I stumbled onto my own homemade version of a mild tasting imitation corned beef.I was making a salad then using the following ingredients:
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I didn�t want to throw away the juices (even the cooked kamut had a little bit of water), so I threw it in the crock pot with about a 4-pound beef brisket. I added a fresh bay leaf (sometimes I now use 1-3 fresh bay leaves), about 1/4-1/2 tsp. Coriander seeds, about 1/4-1/2 tsp. Fenugreek seeds, about 1/2 tsp. Mustard seeds, about 1/4-1/2 tsp. Dill seeds, about 1/8-14 tsp. Cayenne, about 1 tsp. Sugar, about 1 tsp. Apple cider vinegar. The spices are geared to your taste and can be adjusted up or down. What really makes it is the fresh bay leaf. I grew a Bay Leaf Tree. It was about 8 inches when I planted it. It has now grown to 6 feet (taller if I had let it).
I cooked the brisket in the crock pot until it was tender, about 5-6 hours. It tasted delicious and was good on sandwiches for leftovers. The defatted broth made a great consomme. Later, I discovered that I did not even need to use the juices from the vegetables and grain. I could just use water. The brisket cooked with water also makes a delicious consomme.
BTD Core Ingredients Analysis:
 This recipe uses ingredients which may be high in pesticides.
 This recipe uses ingredients which are high in phytates.
 This recipe uses ingredients that contain gluten.
 This recipe uses ingredients with a high glycemic index.
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