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Sounds delicious! I am going to try the brussel sprouts.
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4/15/12 6:29 P

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Today I sauteed Brussels Sprouts in a fry pan (rinsed, and cut in half) with coconut oil. Delicious!

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That sounds tasty LILYBELLE8. I think i might cook that up with some other sweetening and/or flavors that are more natural. I wouldn't want to ingest Splenda which is the sweetening ingredient in all those DaVinci syrups.

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4/11/12 2:20 P

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I've been experimenting with ways to prepare veggies and discovered the following: Take fresh green beans, or any other veggie, snap into bite size pieces, put in a fry pan with tablespoon or so of coconut oil - sautee until almost not crunchy - add some sugar-free DaVinci flavoring and steam a little more - then eat! Delicious

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Hmmm... you could try that.
I make up a simple trail mix using ribboned coconut, pecans and dried fruit.

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4/12/11 11:33 A

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Has anyone tried something like: Shredded coconut, sauteed and added to scrambled eggs? or used as an omelet filling?

I"m looking for more simple things, and wonder how that would be.

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Nice! I added the recipe to our team cookbook. emoticon

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Ok, they turned out pretty decent. I will be playing with the veggies, maybe adding more. They were easy to make too.

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I just made a frittata, second time trying this, and I used coconut oil. I will post the link if they turn out any good.

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You have to eat those whole coconuts. They are the soft green ones you see in island pictures with a straw tucked into them. They have soft,tender,creamy flesh. Yes ...I wont give them up ...not even in the name of low carb. Wish I could send you some !! Also they are real food. ancient food. But that doesnt stop me feeling guilty about the carbs.LOL

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Oh. Do you eat the entire coconut at one sitting? I wish I could get fresh ones here.
Still, even 30 carbs for an antire coconut doesn't seem that hefty to me. Considering a banana and an apple have about 30 carbs also...
Coconut=Bigger Bang for your buck! lol

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It is 12gms for shredded,but I like to have a whole fresh green coconut. It runs up close to 30. So its a restricted treat now. I still tend to do those because they are fresh and natural and healthy.

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I looked up the carb content of coconut. It's actually VERY low. A cup of fresh shredded coconut only has 12 carbs.

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OMG.....I am soooo going to try to make those truffles.. They sound seriously yummmmm.

My absolutely favourite way to eat coconut is on its own. Fresh. But I sometimes worry about the carbs in it. Is it better to just have the oil ?? Also love all those coconutty Thai curries. Do those all the time.

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Excellent! I added this to our team cookbook. emoticon

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I made a new recipe that turned out tastey.

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coconut milk
nourishedkitchen.com/how-to-make-coc
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Coconut butter:
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and
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Poke 3 holes in the end, let the "water" out (save and use) whack the coconut with a hammer to break it open, eat the white part. Or shred it to top anything...almost.

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3/31/11 8:38 P

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My husband brought me home a coconut. So what all can i do with it. Drink the milk, eat the flesh...anything good to make with fresh coconut??



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Now salmon does sound good!

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Thanks CrazyDog, sounds great!
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It look great for those who are tuna fans. lol I have to admit I don't LOVE tuna. I don't hate it... I think that recipe would be MARVELOUS with a piece of sockeye salmon. YUM! I was looking for a good salmon/coconut recipe. I'm going to costco in a few minutes and will pick some up.

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Laura, here is another recipe. I haven't tried it yet, but it sounds good.

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Glad to hear it! Ive added the recipe to our cookbook.
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Good morning all! I tried out my kale idea and it worked very well. I made my scrambled egg and kale recipe this am with it and I was very impressed. Here is the recipe if anyone is interested:

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I am also going to try to make the oven crisps.

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Good idea, I will try it if the other way doesn't work, thanks.

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I like to experiment too. I wonder how it would go if you tossed the kale in some warmed (liquified) coconut oil and then put it on a sheet and baked it...just wondering.

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I will give it a try and let you know. I am a bit of a experimenter in the kitchen.

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Gee. I'm not sure. I looked around on the internet and all I could find was crispy kale recipes where the kale was baked in the oven.
Sorry I couldn't be of more help.

* I am sort of having doubts that coconut oil would produce crispy kale. BUT, you never know. Maybe deep fry? I have deep fried in coconut oil before. It worked great with fish.

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Laura, I have a question. I like to cook some kale in oil till crispy, do you think coconut oil will work with this? I use the kale as my lettuce on tacos.

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YUM! I have all the ingredients except for an orange for the zest. I will have to try this while my step son is here. lol

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It's okay by me. Here's where I got that recipe:
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there are great pics there!

Edited by: ANIDUCK at: 3/26/2011 (20:21)
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OMG ANi! I will make these for sure! Is ok if I put in the Spark database?

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Here it is:

Mayan Chocolate Truffles
From The Nourished Kitchen

Mayan chocolate with orange, cinnamon, chili and vanilla
This recipe for Mayan chocolate truffles calls for chocolate with an 85% cocoa content, bitterly and wonderfully dark; you’ll find that the addition of other flavors such as orange, cinnamon, vanilla and even chipotle chili powder enhance the complexity of the chocolate’s inherent flavor and aroma. You won’t miss that sugar one bit. Further, these Mayan chocolate truffles are more simplistic and rustic – they require no hand molding; rather, simply chill the chocolate in the refrigerator and cut away at it to form beautifully imperfect bite-sized pieces. Beauty lies in imperfection.

10 ounces chocolate with 85% cocoa content, chopped coarsely
zest of 1 orange
1 teaspoon cinnamon
1/4 teaspoon chipotle chili powder
1 vanilla bean
dash unrefined sea salt
1 cup full-fat coconut milk
1 tablespoon coconut oil
cocoa powder, for dredging truffles

Toss chopped chocolate into a mixing bowl with the zest of one orange, cinnamon, chipotle chili powder, the contents of one vanilla bean and a dash unrefined sea salt.
Bring coconut milk and coconut oil to a slow simmer in a saucepan over a moderate flame.

Pour coconut milk and oil over the chopped chocolate and seasonings then stir continuously with a wooden spoon until the chocolate is thoroughly melted and the mixture, or ganache, becomes thick, uniform and glossy.

Transfer the mixture to a plate lined with parchment paper, molding into a log as best you can, and allow it to harden in the refrigerator for eight to twelve hours, or overnight.
After the Mayan chocolate has hardened in the refrigerator for eight to twelve hours, remove it, unmold it from the parchment paper and carve it into irregular bite-sized chunks.

Toss the chunks with cocoa powder and serve.

YIELD: About two dozen Mayan chocolate truffles.


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Is it in the Spark recipe database? If so, just post the link to the recipe here and I will add it to the cookbook. If it's not in Spark Recipes, then just post the recipe.

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I'm not sure I understand what to do. I have a recipe I would like to share. Am I suppose to just go ahead and put it in the team cookbook? How would I do that anyway?

Edited by: ANIDUCK at: 3/26/2011 (17:57)
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I have started a Coconut Team Cookbook... if anyone has a recipe they want to post and can post a link to the Spark recipe, I will add it to our cookbook.
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cookbook=347312

Also, anyone can access the Team Cookbook by clicking on the coconuts on the main team page.

Edited by: FIT_ARTIST at: 3/26/2011 (17:40)
~Laura

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