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Old 05-26-2014, 10:31 AM
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Where has renee been? I haven't seen her in a long time!
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Happy Memorial day weekend! Here's a great food combining combo that is a healthy combination that everyone will enjoy!

[B]Barbequed Turkey[/B]

1 12 lb Organic Turkey

Homemade barbeque sauce:

4 cups organic tomatoes in a blender til liquefied
2 tablespoons ground organic garlic
" " " " oregano
" " " " mint
1 cup organic honey
1/2 cup organic soy sauce
1 organic red onion minced

Set washed Turkey in stainless steel kettle with 1/2" water in bottom and set lid on the kettle and cook over coals/wood for 1 hr. And add 1/2" water after 1 hour. After 2 hrs take turkey off pit and apply sauce liberally onto turkey and return kettle to fire and cover the kettle for another 2 hours or whenever the turkey is cooked ALL THE WAY THRU.

Serve with chilled salad.

Enjoy your Memorial Day!
This sounds delicious, and pretty easy to boot! I love putting things on to cook over an outside fire, saves heating up the inside!!!! Thanks for sharing your recipe. Hope you have a fabulous Memorial Day
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Where has renee been? I haven't seen her in a long time!
I know, the last time she posted, she was going on a cruise with her daughter, and we haven't heard from her since. I miss her too!
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Re: Food Combining

Hey everyone I'm back with more good stuff. Wow it's fall already.
Growing up we always had that Sunday afternoon dinner. I recently got a question from someone:

What's a good healthy dinner for Sunday that will fill everyone up but is still good for you.

Ok, here ya go.

Acorn squash.

Yup. What's good about this squash is that you can do so many things with it.

For this example let's just pour a tablespoon of honey on each half after gutting out the seeds and bake in the oven until done.

Add a side of salad with the emphasis on greens (mustard greens and kelp are great) with a garlic rosemary dressing and you've got a tasty, filling and very healthy Sunday dinner.

Enjoy!
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Hey everyone I'm back with more good stuff. Wow it's fall already.
Growing up we always had that Sunday afternoon dinner. I recently got a question from someone:

What's a good healthy dinner for Sunday that will fill everyone up but is still good for you.

Ok, here ya go.

Acorn squash.

Yup. What's good about this squash is that you can do so many things with it.

For this example let's just pour a tablespoon of honey on each half after gutting out the seeds and bake in the oven until done.

Add a side of salad with the emphasis on greens (mustard greens and kelp are great) with a garlic rosemary dressing and you've got a tasty, filling and very healthy Sunday dinner.

Enjoy!
My husband and family would never accept acorn squash and salad for Sunday dinner. I might as well tell them I called them to the table to fast and pray, lol!

Now the acorn squash with honey and a salad does sound good to me, but I would never serve it for a Sunday dinner, unless I also had piled up a huge plate of steaming mashed potatoes, gravy, and some good meat, lol!
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Old 10-02-2014, 10:37 PM
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Re: Food Combining

I started this thread by just stating that folks should research food combining for themselves in order to avoid a long explanation so I could just post good tasty recipes that anyone can make.

Here is a good site that has what food combining is all about in a short article:
http://www.rawfoodexplained.com/dige...ing-rules.html

The basic idea is to eat in healthy combinations so that you actually get the most from the nutrients and vitamins by not eating bad combinations which just sit in the stomach and rot (which is why people feel sluggish and tired after eating meat (protein) and potatoes (starch) for instance).

Believe me, an adult eating a whole acorn squash with a large salad is full.

Here is a typical day's menu for me:

Breakfast:
4 large oranges

Lunch:
Large salad with almond dressing

Dinner:
Large portion of a protein (maybe fish or a nut like almonds)
and a large salad

Drinking typically 2-3 liters of filtered water per day (drinking water in between meals makes your stomach feel full in between meals).

Food Combining is for people looking to get healthy and/or lose weight without "dieting" (which most people end up putting back on the weight anyway because they don't change their eating habits).

Hope that helps...
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