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  • #91
    I chop a tomato, mash an avocado and blend with a can of tuna...AMAZING!

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    • #92
      This thread is awesome!

      Here are some things I have eaten while my boyfriend has been away.

      MANGO SALSA
      Diced mango, red bell pepper, heirloom tomato, cilantro, onion. Squeeze lime over it. Add salt and pepper and for added flavor either a little Sriracha sauce, some Embasa Chiles in Adobo salsa or both. Make a big batch and serve it with everything.

      MEAT OF THE DAY BOWL
      Fry up in a pan some vegetables and some meat. I've done salmon, chicken, pork and even beef liver. Add Chiles in Adobo salsa if you have it. Smother the end result with mango salsa if you have it. If not, find something to put on top: Sriracha sauce, salsa, avocado, whatever. Serve over one of the bottom layer options below.


      BOWL BOTTOM LAYER
      - Steam up some cauliflower and pulverize it to the consistency of cous-cous in a food processor. Optionally add some olive oil or butter.
      - Cook up a sweet potato or yam and put that in the bottom of the bowl
      - Cook up any kind of random vegetables. Add some kind of seasoning to make it tastier.
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      • #93
        Originally posted by jammies View Post
        I like to take dried dates, stuff them with a cube of cold kerrygold butter and eat them for dessert - I swear they taste just like chocolate chip cookie dough!
        I like dates with cheese stuffed in them.

        Originally posted by JoanieL View Post
        That looks really good. I've never had fried green tomatoes, but I have had green tomatoes in Chinese food. So delicious!
        Female, 5'3", 50, Max squat: 202.5lbs. Max deadlift: 225 x 3.

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        • #94
          Tonight I destroyed a cup of assorted stuffed olives with my wand blender and used it as omelet filling.
          And I blended oregano, tomato paste, and baking powder into the eggs...

          Ended up very fluffy and gooey from the feta cheese.
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          • #95
            thai red curry.
            brown some meat chunks in some coconut oil or butter. you can throw in some chopped garlic and onions if you like. add a few tbsp red curry paste. fry for a little while longer. stir in a can of coconut milk, approx a cup of broth ( opt ) and a tbsp of fish sauce ( opt ) or a bit of coconut sugar to sweeten. simmer till the meat is done. you can add things like chopped cilantro, different spices like some cinnamon. sweet potatoes and peas. serve over steamed veges or mashed potatoes. or add in some pinapple chunks and eat like soup. you can make this with fish or shellfish. prob even eggs. make it green or yellow curry etc. add in beanshoots and water chestnuts and other veges etc.

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            • #96
              2 very simple delicious things i did yesterday:

              can of tuna mixed with avocado and sprinkled spring onoin over. Bit of pepper and beautiful breakfast. Other one was steamed brocholli and brussel sprouts and bit of pepper and drizzle little ghee and apple cider vinegar on top.

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              • #97
                Chicken and avocado go really well together, IMO.

                My new favorite throw-together meal is to take an avocado, cubed, add about a handful of cubed cooked chicken and throw it in a bowl with lemon juice, olive oil, minced garlic, salt, pepper, and cilantro. Sometime I'm gonna try adding chopped onion, and chopped green olives might be good too.

                It's a lot more filling than it sounds.
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                • #98
                  IMNSHO, avocado makes everything better.

                  sb, mango salsa has to be one of the greatest inventions ever!
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                  • #99
                    Yes, it is. I made a quart of mango salsa last night. I had a sweet potato, cubed chicken and mango salsa for breakfast and lunch today.
                    Female, 5'3", 50, Max squat: 202.5lbs. Max deadlift: 225 x 3.

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                    • I've taken to dumping a can of smoked oysters into a tub of cottage cheese. Kind of poor man's Oyster Rockefeller.
                      Last edited by Rojo; 04-29-2013, 10:27 PM.

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                      • i quite like mixing up avocado and cultured cream and dumping shucked fresh oysters on the top. hadnt thought of trying cottage cheese but that will be my next attempt. it would prob be nice with toroi as well which is essentially just shucked chopped raw mussels in vinegar.

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                          Cucumbers with goat cheese, basil and smoked salmon.
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                          • Salmon & Spaghetti Squash is literally the BEST combination on the face of the planet.

                            Roasted green beans in the oven with salt, pepper and olive oil - FRIGGIN' delicious "French Fries"!

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                            • I roasted some veggies this weekend; over a pound of broccoli, a pound of brussels sprouts (quartered, to be more bite size and also to increase the surface area for browning); coated in 2 or 3 T olive oil + 1 T sesame oil + 1 T Worcestershire + 2 T apple cider vinegar + 2 T Tamari + juice of 1 lime; 400 F for 30 minutes; the upper surfaces were a little too dark, I should have stirred them around at 15 min mark, but they were still quite good and still with some crunch but plenty of dark brown roasted edges and seemed a near perfect amount of oil/acid coating. I think the lime juice gave them a nice tanginess so will maybe try juice of two limes next time... and I really like the brussels sprouts this way; never had them as a kid but love them little cabbages now.
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                              • 1=cocoa powder with coconut oil mix together with little honey
                                2=shredded coconut with butter and a bit more than the honey in first bowel
                                3=put second bowel in microwave for 30 sec until butter melts and mix it when its out
                                4=pour the "chocolate" on top and put in freezer for quick or fridge for slow. and there u have it primal bounty

                                my ingredients for one serving
                                2tbsp cocoa powder with tbsp coconut oil and tsp honey< 1/4 cup shredded coconut with tbsp butter and 3/4 tbsp honey and thats it , if u want u can add some coconut cream and any other topping very very filling "dessert"

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