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Stuffed mushrooms

Postby webdragon » Sun May 21, 2006 6:10 pm

Stuffed mushrooms

This tasty recipe can be easily adapted, so you can alternate between stuffed mushrooms, onions, bell peppers and tomatoes if you so desire. Serve with salad or, for a filling meal, with a baked potato or rice.
• Use two large, flat mushrooms for each person. Wash the mushrooms, remove the stalks and chop them finely. Next, fry the stalks with a finely chopped onion and a clove of garlic for each person.
• Add this mixture to the contents of a packet of dried sage and onion stuffing, then follow the instructions on the pack for adding water and soaking.
• When the mixture has plumped out and hydrated, spread it over the mushrooms and sprinkle grated cheese on top. Add a slice of tomato if desired and bake in a medium-hot oven for 12 minutes.
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Vitality salad

Postby webdragon » Sun May 21, 2006 6:13 pm

Vitality salad

Herbal tonics are not to everyone's taste, even when sweetened with a little honey or mixed with some fruit juice.
However, you can also benefit from the stimulating effect of herbs by adding them to your foods. Try out the following recipe and restore your body's immunity and functions with a delicious 'vitality salad':
1. Toss a handful of fresh dandelion leaves with an equal quantity of watercress and lettuce or spinach leaves.
2. Add sprouting alfalfa seeds and a few marigold flower petals for an attractive and nourishing salad.
3. Sprinkle on some fresh herbs such as basil or coriander to taste.
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