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DETERM1ND's Photo DETERM1ND Posts: 29
8/15/12 12:01 A

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I just tried making the cauliflower rice using the blender and water method and it worked like a charm. I tried roasting some vegetables. I included turnips, parsnips, daikon radish, eggplant, and rutabaga. I discovered rutabaga tastes almost like potato and that I'm allergic to parsnips. I bet curry would be good on that. I love Japanese curry (surly not paleo) and have not yet tried a paleo version like Thai green curry. Good luck.

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8/12/12 1:50 P

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Yeah, I definitely second the cauliflower "rice" idea, but I've also eat curries over steamed broccoli.

You could also check out shirataki noodles (I think that's how you spell them). They're made from yam starch, and you should be able to find them in an Asian market. Randomly I saw them in our local supermarket in the "natural foods" refrigerated section (isn't it sad they have to name the section "natural foods"?).

There are also kelp noodles, but I don't know if they're purely made from kelp (or if they have some other type of binding agent that's not paleo-friendly). I've never had them but intend to try sometime.

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4/6/12 12:17 P

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hmn, sounds interesting, i'ma try the califlower first i think, turnups may be to strong a flavor for the curry

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4/6/12 9:58 A

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I was going to suggest the same thing! Cauliflower rice is yummy. How about some turnip mash? It's not rice, but soaks up sauce pretty nicely.

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4/5/12 4:05 P

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no but that sounds perfect!

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4/5/12 2:21 P

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Have you tried cauliflower rice? Grate raw cauliflower with a cheesegrater or pulse in food processor, then steam or saute for 1-2 min. It's great fried in a little coconut oil :) mmmm http://lowcarbdiets.about.com/od/lowcarbsi
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4/4/12 11:30 P

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I wanna make chicken curry with green curry, its good over rice, but I"m not eating rice, any ideas?

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