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10/6/11 12:29 A

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I better go t bed before I fire up the oven!

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10/6/11 12:17 A

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Sounds great Ellen. We were just discussing on another thread, that curry and lamb would be good. Also, could use salsa for a Mexican twist, or some kind of spicy thai or Asian twist and do something sweet n sour maybe.

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10/6/11 12:05 A

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Yum! Haven't made them in ages. Since I'm part Lebanese, grew up eating lamb stuffed grape leaves in tomato sauce. In the summer, we stuffed squash or eggplant using basically the same ingredients. One reason that I haven't made them lately is because I didn't want to use white rice and brown rice just doesn't cook well with tomatoes at high altitude. Riced cauliflower would work well though.

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10/5/11 11:35 P

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I also like this recipe because it's so simple which makes it so versatile. Add any type of spices you want, substitute different veggies, add some bacon bits or whatever... riced cauliflower (instead of rice), if you wanted to keep it grain free.


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10/5/11 10:21 P

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Oh, that is such a GOOD idea; haven't had cabbage rolls in a coon's age. My mom used to fix those things and I went crazy over them. I don't think she put pork in hers; pork would be an awesome addition. I think i would want to put some herbs in the sauce like oregano, garlic, thyme; stuff like that.

Buckwheat groats, especially soaked and dehydrated might work fine--not exactly "paleo" but still grain-free (buckwheat isn't actually a grain)

Thanks Laura, I think I'll be making these soon--I've got the ingredients!
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Hospitals are terrific for traumatic care; for acute care. They do a really, really good job in saving lives when it’s a sudden bleeding emergency. But in terms of chronic care, they’re terrible; (that is) in terms of the illnesses that most people have, endure, that cost the most money, that last the longest and ultimately die from. -Dr. Andrew Saul


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10/5/11 9:00 P

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Sounds super good. Right up my alley emoticon

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10/5/11 8:47 P

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These have no grain in them, but if you prefer, you can add some brown rice, kasha, quinoa or even barley (Oh! I bet barley would be good)
I always think it's best to make a big batch (got to use up the entire head of cabbage. lol) But this also means I can freeze in single serving containers.
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