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#3313

It’ll give you a similar semblence to Cashew if you roast them off a bit first because theyre quite oily. Or keep the peanut and put a little macadamia oil in it to give it some depth.


#3314

Yes finland. We can find something in freezer from grocery or sometimes over the counter but its quite expensive. My moose is from a person that hunts. Organic meat & venison can be bought from so called food cooperatives too :slight_smile:


#3315

Before:


and the result!

Everybody; my husband, boys 14 and 18 years old, loved it! Happy mom here :slight_smile:


#3316

Simple steak salad. Just absolutely devoured this.


#3317

Oh wow that looks fantastic! I love octopus!


#3318

Well, I slaughtered another cabbage today. This is becoming a favorite of mine.

1 cabbage, 1 red onion, garlic, ginger, 1 lb. organic grass-fed ground beef (93% lean). Cooked in coconut oil and finished with a sauce of lime juice, sesame oil, soy sauce, and a little sriracha.

Hard to tell by the photo, but this makes a ton of food. I usually make this to eat on days that I do my morning run, since I am ravenous for the rest of the day after that.


#3319

That actually sounds delicious!


#3320


Tonight I made fruit cup for dessert.
Red grapes, blueberries, blackberries, kiwi, watermelon, grapefruit, oranges, gala apples, mango & star fruit.
Then I boiled the mango peels & pit with syrup to make a mango syrup for my mango iced tea! :yum:


#3321

Beautiful and I bet delicious :grapes::kiwi_fruit::watermelon::mango::heartpulse:


#3322

Yes it was! & a healthier alternative. My fiancé & I are trying to eat healthier


#3323

I like this! Filing away ideas…

no cabbage is safe. :leafy_green::hocho: :smirk:


#3324

Veggies (peas, beans, bell pepper, broccoli, water chestnut) and just a bit of curry spice blend added to a chopped onion and 100g ground chicken, served over brown rice. I’m still alive after eating it!

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#3325

This looks good and i ve cabbage waiting to get killed. Thanks fot the inspiration & recipe


#3326


Forgot to take a picture before I put the lid on, but pineapple cream pie to celebrate PI day at work tomorrow.


#3327

:yum:…looks delicious!!! Never heard of Pi day before, but read on Wikipedia what it is :wink: .


#3328

We’re having Apple Pie and some kind of pudding pie (havent decided yet).


#3329

Cucumber salad with olives , mint and goat curd.

I could post lots of food pictures, as I LOVE to cook and baking bread…


#3330

Hello foodies :slight_smile: How do you like my new office?

Okay, so its not actually my new office but its qn exact replica of the one im about to be handed.

Who wants a dig at running the pass? :smiley:


#3331

Looks very cool :slight_smile:. I am thinking of career change…to cook really makes me sooooo happy :sparkling_heart::woman_cook:t3:


#3332

Go for it :slight_smile: just be aware you’ll spend the first 6 months peeling and chopping before you’re even allowed near a stove :stuck_out_tongue: