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AFC REDUCED-FAT RECIPES SAUCES & MARINADES TOFU VEGGIES XANTHAN GUM

ROASTED TOFU AND VEGGIES

ROASTED TOFU AND VEGGIES

Tofu cubes roasted in marinade made with Liquid Bragg Aminos. Cabbage, yams, carrot and onion dusted with spice then roasted separately. Fresh boiled corn off the cob. Toss it all with salt and pepper and serve. That’s all you need to enjoy the essence of  each vegetable!

Steve’s lunch for a week! Nice!

Makes approx. 21 cups

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TOP IT OFF

Using Animals To Process Your Food Before Consumption

We grow more plants to feed animals whom we kill to eat, than we grow to feed humans.

But when we eat the animals we’re not getting the benefit of all those veggies eaten by all those animals, because the veggies are no longer veggies.

The veggies eaten by the animal builds muscle, fat and bone as well as maintains all organs and systems of the animal. Knowing that, why not eat the plants in their natural form instead of processing them through an animal?

If plants build muscle, fat and bone as well as maintain all organs and other systems in the animal you’re eating, then why not cut out the middle man/woman and eat plants directly, letting our own bodies build from the benefit?

People who want corn fed cows or grass fed cows are making a connection between what a cow eats and what they want to put, pre-processed by the animal, into their bodies. But these same people won’t eat corn. It makes no logical sense to get the benefits of corn after a cow has eaten it. When you eat a cow you’re not getting the benefit of the corn. You have to eat the corn to get that benefit.

We don’t get two in one by processing veggies in the animal before we eat the animal.

Cut out the middle man/woman – the processing animal – so we get our plant food in it’s non-processed form.

Then stop raising animals to eat.

Feeding animals veggies and other animals, then killing them for our plate isn’t an efficient way to feed humans.

I always preferred going straight to the top, avoiding unnecessary red-tape.

Why use an animal to process my food before consuming it?

So of course, I go straight to the plant for my nutrients.

~ Sharon Lee Davies-Tight






 

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AFC REDUCED-FAT RECIPES BEANS - GRAINS

Fried Veggie Rice

FRIED VEGGIE RICE

Hey, the Chinese don’t tell me how to cook in my own home. They fry the rice; I fry the veggies and season the water the rice gets cooked in. It reduces calories and minimizes a big mess in the frying pan. I don’t care if it’s not the way the Asians make it. They never experiment with anything new. It’s always the same for thousands of years. More. Maybe they’ll like this new way too!

Makes 17 cups

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AFC REDUCED-FAT RECIPES BEANS - GRAINS SOUPS

Stewed Tomato Bean Pot – cooking with large cans

• THE ANIMAL-FREE CHEF™ •

STEWED TOMATO BEAN POT 5

Today we’re cooking primarily with cans – restaurant-size cans for restaurant or home use.

We’ve selected the following: I’m going to give you the brand along with the ingredients and size can, just to give the people who produced the product some credit for a job well done.

102 oz. can Dunbar’s Sweet Bell Pepper Mixed Strips (mixed means multi-colored – they contain 0 fat and 0 sodium so of course are packed in water)

102 oz. can Gordon CHOICE Sliced Stewed Tomatoes (contains 0 fat)

117 oz. can BUSH’S Bean Pot Vegetarian Baked Beans (contains 0 fat)



1st RECIPE

STEWED TOMATO BEAN POT 1

STEWED TOMATO BEAN POT

Vegetarian baked beans mixed with caramelized red onion, multi-colored pepper strips, stewed tomatoes and carrot matchsticks. A light-flavored and colored sesame seed oil teamed with Balsamic vinegar and garlic create the rich foundation that brings together all ingredients, elevating them in one simple yet elegant main…

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