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I do the same thing with the sauteed veggies, I add all the veggies I have and some beans and it never turns out the same.

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9/5/11 4:38 P

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I've been incorporating the GOMBS in the "vegan bowls" I have posted about before. Unfortunately I don't really use a recipe. It's different every time.

For example: I sautee onions, mushrooms, broccoli, zucchini, kale - or what ever veggies I have. Add some lentils or beans, sprinkle chia or flax seeds over the top. Sometimes I make a kind of gravy with the onions and mushrooms. Sometimes I add stewed tomatoes or salsa. Sometimes I serve it over brown rice or quinoa. Sometimes I line the bowl with fresh spinach before I pour the rest of the stuff in. Sometimes I make it like a soup, most times thick like a stew. Almost forgot - garlic, I add garlic to just about everything I cook. Also, Simply Organic All-Purpose Seasoning makes everything better. Pour it on, during the cooking process, don't be stingy!

Basically the same, but NEVER the same. I'm having so much FUN !! I do this almost every day. Sometimes I have to eat left overs, but I try to keep it to just 2 servings, because I have so much fun in the creation process.

Also, since discovering the GOMBS every time I look at a recipe I think about what I would have to add to make it a complete GOMBS dish!

I'm really having fun with my Vegan Bowls and GOMBS!

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9/5/11 4:35 P

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I like this soup, though it may not be for everybody. It has a rich dark orange base which contrasts with the deep green of the kale. It is packed with flavor, thanks to the carrot, tomato, onion, cashew, and nutritional yeast. It is obviously packed with nutrition, too. I think it will be a nice way to enjoy lots of kale in the next few days. BTW, 1.5 lb. of kale is a large bunch and a half.

The next time I make this, I will cut the kale in smaller pieces, as I only coarsely tore it, thinking that I would be blending the whole soup, but that's not how you make it. Blending all the ingredients together would only turn it all green, and would cover the beautiful color of the blended tomato and carrot juices.

I added 2 TBSP nutritional yeast this time, as 1 TBSP did not taste like enough to me. Yes, it's got a mild cheese taste.

I don't think I would call this "soup," though I'm not sure what I'd called it. It's closer to a creamed spinach concept, but juicier. I think I'm going to present it as a kale dish rather than a soup.

Edited by: BURRITAELITA at: 9/5/2011 (16:36)
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Do you know a recipe that has all of the GOMBS ingredients: greens, onions, mushrooms, and beans? If so, share it here. Here is one I am making today, Cheesy Kale Soup

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It has kale, onion, crimini mushrooms, and yellow split peas, along with carrot juice, tomato juice, raw cashew butter, and nutritional yeast. I'll let you know how it turns out once it's done. Gotta go. Timer's going off.

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Nutrition is the prescription.

You can literally stretch your lifespan by shrinking your waistline.

Nutrition and other lifestyle factors that you can choose are a more significant determinant of your health than genetics.

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