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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…

Cauliflower Soup

By foodsmarty | October 12, 2009

This creamy soup is my favorite, its thick creamy flavor and rich texture fools you into thinking you have a milk based soup. Ingredients: 1/2 head califlower 1/2 lg onion 1/2 t grated ginger 1/2 t dried ginger 2 cans chicken broth, msg free, preferably organic Brown onions califlower and ginger, blend up with broth,…

Fish Easier Than Stone Soup

By foodsmarty | October 12, 2009

The following is a generic method of cooking any  type of fish with what should always be in your pantry. Fancy ingredients unnecessary if you cook the fish well. Ingredients: Fish of your choice onion, sliced garlic olive oil salt lemon or citrus, round slices, OR 1 T juice per lb fish if whole lemons…

Quinoa with Zuchinni and Olives

By foodsmarty | October 12, 2009

Quinoa is my favorite grain, not only does it have a mild and delicious flavor, it is cheap, highly nutritious and easy to find. I also love this grain because you can add just about any veggies and spices with a little garlic to make a fantastic one dish meal. Quinoa has nine essential amino…

Savory Empanada

By foodsmarty | October 9, 2009

My brother came in town today and I wanted to make something special, even if it wasn’t in the protocols of a healing healthy diet. But it is still better than fast  or restuarant food. Savory Potato and Corn Beef Empanda 2 large russet potatoes 1 T fresh rosemary 3/4 c chopped pot roast or…

Onion Miso Soup

By foodsmarty | October 8, 2009

The inspiration for this soup came about from feeling under the weather, perhaps the beginning of HIN1….I was physically weakened by a five day fast then a weekend of ACL music festival so I was trying to think of a recipe that would be a great bolster to my immune system as well as appeal…

Hello world!

By foodsmarty | October 6, 2009

My two loves are food and science. I am attempting to meld my scientific background with my love of food and provide people with knowledge that stems from my studies of science and food. I am currently engrossed in an attempt to rationally analyze the great number of nutritional dogmas and publications. The goal of…