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Because I love food, here are my current go-to recipes

Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Spaghetti squash! YUM!!!
1 and only) Cook spaghetti squash and serve as spaghetti. The sauce is sauteed onions and garlic (with salt and pepper), mushrooms, a can of petite diced tomatoes and some roasted red peppers. yum! Why anyone would chose pasta over spaghetti squash boggles me!
2) this recipe:
made-with-spaghetti.html (I used coconut aminos as opposed to soy sauce, it's the gluten free, soy free "soy" suace

Green beans!
-Boil green beans
-Sautee onion and garlic (with salt and pepper), add boiled green beans, add halved cherry tomoates, add lemon zest and juice, add white wine. Yum!

Brussels spouts - could eat all day, every day
-Pretty much same as green beans. Sautee onions with brussels sprouts, add garlic, add white wine, lemon zest, lemon juice
-What I really want to try!:

Red cabbage
cabbage-salad-recipe.html I do this without the cheese. I'm sure it would be delicious with, but I would be unable to tell you without going into anaphylactic shock.

Kale salad (my go to lunch every single day!)
-Cut up kale and "massage" with either lemon juice OR a citrusy dressing (I've been using either citrus champagne or pomegranate champagne - this is in order to save all my lemons, I've been using a LOT recently!). Add thinly sliced apples, golden raisins, pomegranates, chopped toasted almonds, [turkey] bacon, pepper, and oil. Delicious!

-Recipe: well, I can't find it. This is inspired by a recipe!
Boil broccoli. While cooking, chop up some red onions, garlic, ginger, and chili pepper. When broccoli is done, sautee the onions, garlic, ginger, chili pepper (and maybe siracha!). Add soy sauce (I use coconut aminos), lemon zest, and lemon juice. While all that is cooking, roast almonds, sesame seeds (I recommend doing almonds first then sesame seeds - watch them, they will pop!), and add them (chop the almonds) to the broccoli). Mix with the sauce and enjoy!

Pork - the other white meat
-Simply rub pork with olive oil, salt, pepper, and rosemary. Bake for 10-15 minutes, enjoy!

I think that's all I got for now. I feel like the above recipes are all I've been eating recently! They're delicious!

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