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Sweet potato salad

No measurements again...
Boil white sweet potatoes, then cut into cubes. We peeled them and cut into half inch rounds to boil.

Once cool, mix with mayo, and add crumbled bacon and chopped green onions. Season with curry powder, mixing well.

It might help to mix the curry into the mayo, but I sprinkled it finely after everything was mixed to control how much.

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"Greek" pasta salad

Dressing:
1/2 c EVOO
1/2 c lemon juice
1/2 c white wine vinegar
1 T oregano
1 t basil
1 t marjoram
2 cloves garlic, minced
1 1/2 t salt
1/2 t black pepper

Mix all together and let sit for about 1/2 hour.


1 lb rice fusilli, cooked but not entirely cooled
1 red pepper, diced
1 can sliced black olives
1 cup chopped fresh parsley
1 tomato, diced

Pour dressing over pasta and mix in vegetables and parsley. Chill and serve.

"Author's" note: I think it would be better with halved grape or cherry tomatoes and possibly some diced red onion. Everyone liked it anyway.

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I'm anxiously awaiting the recipe for the pinenut ricotta that kathy keeps talking about is it her recipe or did she find it? could someone PLEASE link me to it?!! thanks! excited about the idea of some kind of lasagna for hubby (his old favorite meal-when life was normal
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I'm anxiously awaiting the recipe for the pinenut ricotta that kathy keeps talking about is it her recipe or did she find it? could someone PLEASE link me to it?!! thanks! excited about the idea of some kind of lasagna for hubby (his old favorite meal-when life was normal
I think this is the one?
http://www.bookofyum.com/blog/soy-fr...sagna-366.html

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That's the one and we have crunchy mama to thank for addicting everyone to pine nuts.

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I am looking for a millet/flax bread recipe that is yeast free. ANyone heard of it?
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There is a recipe on kathysrecipebox.com for millet muffins that I've made several times - they are yeast free. I've made the recipe in a pan too, but make sure you bake it quite a bit longer if you make it that way instead of in muffin tins. My whole family loves them, even the pick pants baby and picky pants dh.

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What is

Millet meal?
Maple cream?

I want to try the millet muffins. We're corn free now so a corn muffin sub would be great.

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i used to make this all the time and came across it again--it's normally from zonya's health bites here: http://www.zonya.com/pdf/recipes/Chi...nbread_Pie.pdf

I did subs and it worked great a great quick dinner to throw together..it's pretty forgiving--take out the corn and tomatoes and add other veggies--

Chili millet cornbread pie
Preheat oven to 375°.
2 cans (15 oz each) chili beans (i used a red and a kidney--sometimes I do red and black)
1 can (16 oz) corn, no salt added (I used 2 c forzen organic corn)
1/2 med onion, chopped (opt)
1/4 cup cilantro, chopped (opt)
1 tsp Zippy Zonya Mexi Mix (I guessed-put 1/2 tsp chili powder and 1/2 tsp cayenne) I'll probably put 3/4 chili powder and 1/4 cayenne next time it was a tad hot)
1 can (15 oz) diced tomatoes with chilies (i use fresh tomatoes chopped and 1/2 a jalapeno)
1/2 tsp salt*

1 cup Millet (just grind it fresh in my blentec)
1 cup flour(1/2 sorghum ½ br rice flour)
1 T baking powder
1 T sugar (agave or honey or another)
1/2 tsp salt*
1 cup rice milk
2 T oil (coconut, palm oil, Unrefined canola oil)
Combine in an 9" x 13" baking dish.
Combine in a medium bowl using a fork to be sure baking powder is evenly distributed.
Add to dry ingredients and stir just until blended.
Spoon 9 even spoonfuls of the batter in a 3 x 3 pattern onto the bean mixture.
Place in oven to bake. Set timer for 30 minutes.!

we love to serve this with lots of raw veggies- carrots, brocolli, and celery (though DD can't have carrots or brocolli
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What is

Millet meal?
Maple cream?

I want to try the millet muffins. We're corn free now so a corn muffin sub would be great.
Maple cream is another 100% pure maple syrup product. It's probably just heated to a different temperature. It's only a couple Tbs. in the recipe, so you can probably just sub maple syrup.

I can't remember where I got the millet meal. I only have millet flour at the moment to look at the label. Bob's Red Mill? It's just a coarser grind, like cornmeal.

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What is

Millet meal?
Maple cream?
In the recipe, kathy said she was out of millet flour so used millet meal for some of it. I just use millet flour for all of the millet. And I just use maple syrup or honey for the maple cream. And I've used rice flours for the sorghum sometimes too. They always turn out great! The only time they didn't was when I put them in a big pan but didn't increase the baking time, then they were doughy in the middle.

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I needed mayo for tuna pasta salad, coleslaw, potato salad, dressing, dips, etc. We were using duck eggs whenever we could find them (at the farmers' market or the co-op, not just out in the wild), but they were too few and far between. So, I started googling and came upon this recipe:

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1/2 tsp salt
1/4 tsp dry mustard
2 tsp sugar
1/4 C cooled water
3/4 C boiling water
2 T lemon juice
1 T vinegar
1/2 C oil
salt & pepper to taste

Mix flour, salt, mustard, sugar & 1/4 C cooled water into a paste. Add boiling water and cook until mixture is "clear". Remove from heat and cool to lukewarm. Add lemon juice, vinegar & oil, beating constantly. Salt & pepper to taste.
I don't know if it was just me or what, but I ended up needing almost a full cup of oil. I use an immersion blender (hand-held) so I know it was emulsifying correctly. I also thought it was too sweet (I used honey instead of sugar) but DH said it was fine. I also used water kefir in place of vinegar since I don't like vinegar in my mayo. I also increased the amount of mustard powder to 1/2 tsp.

Next time I think I'm going to up it to 1T flour (I used rice, but I may try fresh ground buckwheat instead next time) and maybe just 1/2 tsp of honey.

It served its purpose for the meal it was intended, but it could use some tweaking. I posted it here as a jumping off point for everyone. Perhaps inspiration will strike and someone can post back a fabulously modified version.

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It served its purpose for the meal it was intended, but it could use some tweaking. I posted it here as a jumping off point for everyone. Perhaps inspiration will strike and someone can post back a fabulously modified version.
Thank you! I've been wanting chicken salad for months! Now I've got to bake some bread to go with it! I think I'll use agave instead of honey, and probably buckwheat flour, and lime instead of lemon, just in case DD2 wants to try it. When you say the mixture is "clear", do you just mean everything is dissolved? Because with mustard and buckwheat, I don't think it's going to be clear...

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yeah, that's why I wrote "clear". i have no idea what the original recipe meant. I just sort of went with it. almost like making gravy, i let it thicken a bit. i think the idea is to cook the flour so you don't have a raw flour sauce. (i found the recipe on a random dietitians' website's FAQ. let's see if i can find the page... here it is!)

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Here is my pine nut cookie recipe.

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Here is my pine nut cookie recipe.
Do you use a kitchen scale?

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Do you use a kitchen scale?
No. I was going by the oz. on the side of the packages I was using.
I don't have EVERY gadget, you know!

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No. I was going by the oz. on the side of the packages I was using.
I don't have EVERY gadget, you know!
Oh thank goodness. I was thinking to myself "Oh dear lord, she's going to start weighing her flours next." I've seen a bunch of blogs that do that and I'm left going.... Uhhh... No scale.

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Oh thank goodness. I was thinking to myself "Oh dear lord, she's going to start weighing her flours next." I've seen a bunch of blogs that do that and I'm left going.... Uhhh... No scale.
My half-brother got a scale when he started baking. I use a Pyrex measuring cup. And my grandmother's wooden spoons. Though I did just get a Cuisinart Nut/Spice Grinder and it's really cool. It's like a bigger version of DH's coffeegrinder (which I used to steal to make confectioners sugar). The sweet potato starch I got was lumpy so I ran it through there to get it finer and it did a really good job. I'm making marshmallows for DD2 now (made the beet sugar version a couple days ago for DS; now it's time for the DD2 version).

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My half-brother got a scale when he started baking. I use a Pyrex measuring cup. And my grandmother's wooden spoons. Though I did just get a Cuisinart Nut/Spice Grinder and it's really cool. It's like a bigger version of DH's coffeegrinder (which I used to steal to make confectioners sugar). The sweet potato starch I got was lumpy so I ran it through there to get it finer and it did a really good job. I'm making marshmallows for DD2 now (made the beet sugar version a couple days ago for DS; now it's time for the DD2 version).
mmmmmm

Do you have a link for the nut grinder. Do you think it would work on small grains? Millet, etc?

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mmmmmm

Do you have a link for the nut grinder. Do you think it would work on small grains? Millet, etc?
Here is the one I got, at Macys. It says "Grinding Suggestions": black peppercorns, nutmeg, whole cinnamon sticks, whole cloves, anise or fennel seeds, flax or sesame seeds, nuts (for chopped nuts), nuts (for nut flour). I have some whole millet.... want me to see if it works?

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Here is the one I got, at Macys. It says "Grinding Suggestions": black peppercorns, nutmeg, whole cinnamon sticks, whole cloves, anise or fennel seeds, flax or sesame seeds, nuts (for chopped nuts), nuts (for nut flour). I have some whole millet.... want me to see if it works?
Man, if it can do peppercorns it should be able to do millet. Give it a whirl!!!

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Here is the one I got, at Macys. It says "Grinding Suggestions": black peppercorns, nutmeg, whole cinnamon sticks, whole cloves, anise or fennel seeds, flax or sesame seeds, nuts (for chopped nuts), nuts (for nut flour). I have some whole millet.... want me to see if it works?
Very cool. Have you noticed if it heats things up like a coffee grinder does?

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looking for dairy free, egg free, nut free recipe for oatmeal bars.
tried one already but came out unformed

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looking for dairy free, egg free, nut free recipe for oatmeal bars.
tried one already but came out unformed

thanks!
This might work as bars. The cookies hold up. 12 min. for soft chewy cookies, longer for crispy.

Oatmeal Raisin Cookies

Mix Well:

¾ c. palm shortening
1 ½ c. sucanat or brown sugar
2 flax eggs (6T water, 2T flax seeds)
¼ c. water
1 Tsp. vanilla

Mix Separately:
3 c. oats
1 c. dried cranberries
3/4 c. rice flour
¼ c. tapioca flour
1 tsp salt
½ tsp. baking soda
½ tsp baking powder
½ tsp cinnamon
1 tsp xanthan gum

With Wooden spoon combine wet and dry ingredients.
Bake at 350 for 12 – 15 min

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Is this going to keep falling off the page because it's not a sticky anymore? How do we get it back to being a sticky.

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thanks Taryn, looks delish! I will give it a whirl. probably bake for twice as long as bars you think?
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Very cool. Have you noticed if it heats things up like a coffee grinder does?
It didn't heat things up as far as I can tell. It made walnut flour (like almond flour -- oops, I ground for too long, since I just wanted chopped nuts). And the millet flour was perfect.

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The grinder looks nice. I might feel more patient about not having a blendtec with something like that.
Did you buy it at the regular store?

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The grinder looks nice. I might feel more patient about not having a blendtec with something like that.
Did you buy it at the regular store?
I got it at Macys. It was $40 I think, on sale. I had sold some of my gold jewelry that I had (rings from old boyfriends and single earrings I couldn't find the match for) and got duplicates of some of my small appliances so I didn't have to move them back and forth every summer. But the grinder was a new one. I really like it. I got tapioca starch and sweet potato starch at the Asian Market last time and it's not as fine as the other stuff I was getting. So I whirl it before I use it so I don't have little clumps.

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