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(makes 4 servings)
1 small onion, thinly sliced
1 clove garlic, minced
In a saucepan, heat the oil and add the onion and garlic.
Cook about 3 minutes until soft but not browned.
Get creative. Use whichever vegetables and meats you
like? What do you have in your refrigerator? Just throw
4 carrots, sliced
4 stalks of celery, sliced
5 plum tomatoes cut in cubes
1 cup of green beans
1 cup of dried lentils or beans
2 cups of leftover meat, ground beef, pork tenderloin,
turkey meat, etc.
6 cups of broth
Add all the remaining ingredients to the pot of softened
onion and garlic and bring to a boil. Reduce heat to
low, cover, and simmer until the lentils are tender
- about 30 minutes. You may want to add the tomatoes
at the end of the cooking time if you’d like them
to hold their texture.
(from The Yeast Connection
1 cup water
1/8 teaspoon unbuffered, corn-free vitamin C crystals
2 cups flour (amaranth, buckwheat, quinoa, or barley,
millet, oat, teff)
1 teaspoon baking soda
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/3 cup oil ( cold pressed, unrefined: olive, safflower,
sunflower, walnut, or corn)
1-2 tablespoons water, optional
Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Oil and flour a pie plate
or 8 inch baking pan. Combine the 1 cup water with vitamin
C crystals and stir. Set aside to dissolve.
Combine flour, baking soda, and salt in a bowl. Whisk
well to distribute the soda.
Add liquid with dissolved crystals and oil at the same
time. Stir quickly with a few swift strokes, only until
the dry ingredients become moist. The batter should
be heavy but pourable. If necessary, add another 1 or
2 tablespoons of liquid. Scrape batter into the pan
and bake 16 or 20 minutes or until a toothpick thrust
in the center comes out clean and dry.
The Yeast Connection Cookbook
G. Crook M.D.; Marjorie Hurt
100 pages of this book were written by Dr. Crook and include
a discussion of yeast - related problems, diets and the important
role proper diets play in helping people control yeast. The
second part of the book is written by Marjorie Hurt Jones,
R.N., an experienced cook and an authority who has written
a number of other books which deal with diet, including a
popular book, The Allergy Self-Help Cookbook published
by Rodale Press on food allergies, and Baking with Amaranth.
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