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Buffalo Zuchinni Burgers

By foodsmarty | October 24, 2009

Buffalo zucchini Burgers I extol the merits of buffalo on my how to video on youtube. Find it. 1 lb buffalo ½ onion, chopped 1 ½ t fresh rosemary, chopped 1 garlic clove 1 sm. Zucchini, grated Mix all ingredients, fry till golden on each side. Serve over a bed of lettuce, on bread, or…

Half-Raw Squash Soup

By foodsmarty | October 23, 2009

Half-Raw Squash Soup This soup still has the flavor of savory lusciousness only brought about by browned foods, but has enough raw squash to almost digest itself without the need for that sometimes less than trusty pancreas. If you have digestive issues, or an inflammatory disease of the intestine, this soup will be perfect for…

Stir Fried Greens

By foodsmarty | October 22, 2009

  1 large bunch greens of your choice (mustard greens, kale, swiss chard, Chinese cabbage) Cook greens by method of choice. I prefer to steam for 10 min. or to braise for 5 min till bright green. Be careful not to overcook these greens as that can lead to unpalatable stringyness. About 1 min after…

Squash Salad Leftovers

By foodsmarty | October 22, 2009

Squash Salad Leftovers Two Ways If no tomatoes were used: Fry in pan 30 sec Olive oil 1 t turmeric ½ t coriander Add 1 ½ c squash salad Fry until hot and serve over brown rice, or eat alone. If tomatoes were used: Heat in pan Olive oil 1 T grated fresh ginger When…

Rice (Arugula) Salad- 5 min

By foodsmarty | October 22, 2009

This is a good way, besides a smoothie, to get those flax seeds, with essential Omega-3’s, in. 1 lg handful arugula (or lettuce of your choice) 4 pieces sorrel 1 T flax powder (or ground flax seeds) 1/3 c brown rice (cooked) 1 garlic clove 1 green onion 1 T olive oil 1 T basil…

Summer Squash Salad

By foodsmarty | October 16, 2009

Squash Salad 1 yellow summer squash 2 zucchini 2 cucumbers ½ c basil ½ red onion 3 cloves garlic Zest ½ lemon Juice of 2 lemons or limes 2-3 T olive oil Optional: 3 hatch chilies, or a jalapeño Chop all ingredients, mix together. A tablespoon of extra coconut oil is also delicious. Chill salad…

Samosa Empanadas/ Curried Peas and Potatoes

By foodsmarty | October 16, 2009

This mixture can be eaten on its own or put into the coconut oil crust for delicious empanadas that are reminiscent of samosas. Try to use organic peas in this dish. Peas are a great source of protein, vitamin K, folic acid, B6 and vitamin C. If you are on a healing diet or have…

Coconut oil Crust

By foodsmarty | October 16, 2009

I have been experimenting to make a good gluten free crust…so I have been using the crusts for different things. I love the concept of empanadas because you can put pretty much whatever you want inside. Since it is really against my philosophy to use many animal fats I tried a crust with coconut oil…

Favorite Green Beans

By foodsmarty | October 12, 2009

Green beans are super for their fiber and nutrients. If you are on a healing diet use lemon juice instead of vinegar. This can also be made with raw (young) beans. 2/3 lb green beans (a small panful), cooked till bright green 2 T chopped parsley or basil ½ c almonds processed in food processor…

Avocado Smoothie

By foodsmarty | October 12, 2009

Never be afraid of the fat in avocados because it is monounsaturated fat, this type of fat is essential to provide the components of cell membranes and metabolism.Consumption of this oleic fat can reduce LDL cholesterol and increase HDL, the good type of cholesterol. Eating avocados can also improve skin and hair quality. It is…