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What are you eating?
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I am eating a type of Indian porridge made from roasted and ground then cooked with water ad honey. It is made from millet, wheat, lentils, beans, nuts. I never kenw there were so many types of millet.

Millet is very nutritious. I am surprised it is often mostly known as bird seed. Millet can be roasted and popped but I have not tried that. It is often make into some type of dosa/pancake. It can also be cooked somewhat like rice. So I bought some millet from the local bulk food store. I have no idea what type it is just that is for human consumption. I am looking up recipes for millet because it is supposed to be good for people with diabetes. I ak actually suprised that it is not grown more in Canada or used as fad health food.
03-22-2018 11:46 PM
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(03-21-2018 11:38 AM)d_olson27 Wrote:  I guess if you can't figure that part out on your own, that's your problem.

Recipes wouldn't be published if people could work out the contents for themselves. A recipe is supposed to be a step-by-step guide as to how to make the food in question.

Otherwise a cake recipe would just say "1. Make a cake".

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03-23-2018 12:04 AM
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(03-23-2018 12:04 AM)Luke Mauser Wrote:  
(03-21-2018 11:38 AM)d_olson27 Wrote:  I guess if you can't figure that part out on your own, that's your problem.

Recipes wouldn't be published if people could work out the contents for themselves. A recipe is supposed to be a step-by-step guide as to how to make the food in question.

Otherwise a cake recipe would just say "1. Make a cake".

Luke, you really remind me of my son sometimes. It really grinds his gears when he gets inaccurate or incomplete instructions.
03-23-2018 10:02 AM
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RE: What are you eating?
Just ate half a baguette.

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03-23-2018 10:49 AM
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(03-23-2018 10:02 AM)142857 Wrote:  
(03-23-2018 12:04 AM)Luke Mauser Wrote:  
(03-21-2018 11:38 AM)d_olson27 Wrote:  I guess if you can't figure that part out on your own, that's your problem.

Recipes wouldn't be published if people could work out the contents for themselves. A recipe is supposed to be a step-by-step guide as to how to make the food in question.

Otherwise a cake recipe would just say "1. Make a cake".

Luke, you really remind me of my son sometimes. It really grinds his gears when he gets inaccurate or incomplete instructions.

Me too .-.

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03-23-2018 12:36 PM
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(03-23-2018 12:36 PM)Genesis Wrote:  
(03-23-2018 10:02 AM)142857 Wrote:  
(03-23-2018 12:04 AM)Luke Mauser Wrote:  
(03-21-2018 11:38 AM)d_olson27 Wrote:  I guess if you can't figure that part out on your own, that's your problem.

Recipes wouldn't be published if people could work out the contents for themselves. A recipe is supposed to be a step-by-step guide as to how to make the food in question.

Otherwise a cake recipe would just say "1. Make a cake".

Luke, you really remind me of my son sometimes. It really grinds his gears when he gets inaccurate or incomplete instructions.

Me too .-.

It's almost as if all 3 of you have something in common.... maybe it's the red hair.
03-23-2018 01:25 PM
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RE: What are you eating?
Chicken in a lemon cream sauce.

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03-23-2018 08:19 PM
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(03-23-2018 08:19 PM)Luke Mauser Wrote:  Chicken in a lemon cream sauce.

Something I have never tried. I always think that the lemon would curdle the cream.
03-23-2018 09:32 PM
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RE: What are you eating?
^ Not if it's heated. Often milk and cream seem to split when they are first added to a sour sauce, but it always turns out right if you wait (I find). I often add milk or cream at the last minute to a curry that has lemon juice or vinegar in it, for example.

Here's the recipe - I found it to be really good and might make it for my parents over Easter.

Note that you'll have to slice the potatoes very thin, or add more stock and cook it for longer to avoid them being underdone. Also, you can eat the bits of lemon, as they become less sharp when cooked (although they are still on the sharp side, so leave them if that's not for you.

https://www.delish.com/cooking/recipes/a...en-recipe/

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03-23-2018 10:43 PM
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RE: What are you eating?
Philly cheesesteak

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