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Post Posted: Wed, Jul 06 2011, 11:49 pm       Post subject: Clean food
I need ideas for "clean" Shabbos food...no mayo, not fried, processed, canned, acidic, gassy, sugary, white flour.
I'm looking for soups, salads, sides, appetizers, desserts...
I've been having some stomach problems recently & need a change in menu.
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Post Posted: Thu, Jul 07 2011, 12:07 am       Post subject: re: Clean food
gaspacho is like pureed salad, very yummy ( I like the Moosewood recipe, I'll try to find it if you'd like)

sushi is light and simple, perhaps could be made with brown rice to be healthier

miso soup as well is nice

roasted veggies like eggplant, zucchini, sweet potato, fennel, onions, garlic cloves, carrot slices, etc are great alone or you can make a starchy salad using whole wheat orzo or pasta and drizzle balsamic vinegar

All fruit sorbets are great (no sugar necessary if it is a sweet fruit like mango, or add bananas to strawberries or kiwi, and pear, so many combinations. I froze compote the other day and it was so yummy.)

just serve fresh salads and add 1 or 2 cooked veg sides, quinoa or sweet potatoes as a starch, light protein and a light dessert.
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Post Posted: Thu, Jul 07 2011, 3:13 am       Post subject:
Thanks for the quickly reply! Any other ideas?
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Post Posted: Thu, Jul 07 2011, 4:21 am       Post subject:
Soup is easy, make a cream of any vegetable you want soup. Fry onion and garlic add the veggies and 2 potatoes (they add the thickness) cover with water add spices you like and blend. You can add some parve cream if you want (I get soy cream at the health food store). I usually use broccoli and cauliflower since that doesnt involve cutting.
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Post Posted: Thu, Jul 07 2011, 4:51 am       Post subject:
Must it be meat?

In the summer we often do fish (poached salmon/steamed fillet of whatever's on sale/grilled tuna or salmon steaks).

Greek salad, chickpea salad, tomato salad, marinated mushrooms...

Fruit salad or just plain fresh fruit.

Orange soup (carrots, sweet potato, squash or pumpkin, apples) - puree it. Leek & potato soup.
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chocolate moose

Post Posted: Thu, Jul 07 2011, 9:46 am       Post subject:
I have a lot of menus and recipes posted here. do a search.
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Post Posted: Thu, Jul 07 2011, 11:50 am       Post subject: re: Clean food
Soups- zucchini soup

Salads- health salad with honey and vinegar marinade

Sides- carrot fries

Appetizers- mock chopped liver

Desserts- baked apples or fruit skewers with pureed strawberry sauce
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