Here is a printable version (pdf) of Recipes 1.
Avoid no-fiber foods like chicken, skim milk, turkey, margarine, yogurt, cottage cheese, cheese, grease/oil, hamburger, steak, sausage, bacon, fast foods, ham and eggs. Skinless chicken breast is lower in fat than meat, but has the same cholesterol content as a T-bone steak. Polyunsaturated fats like corn oil and margarine may cause cancer and saturated fats cause heart disease.Buy The Self Healing Cookbook, by Kristina Turner and make one recipe a week. Baked Perfect Long Grain Brown Rice (organic recommended, soak overnight = ½ cooking time)
- Preheat oven to 350 for 15 minutes
- Boil 2 cups of water in a pan
- Wash one cup of brown rice
- Combine washed brown rice and boiling water with a pinch of salt
- Cover and cook with the lid on, in the oven, at 350 for one hour
- Quinoa, Amaranth, Teff: Boil on top of stove 14(unsoaked)/7(soaked) minutes.
- Richard Bourdon Breads, Shilo Farms Sprouted Seven grain/Mathews/and Baldwin Hill Sesame Breads all "steamed or toasted back to life."
- Guiltless Gourmet No Oil Tortilla Chips, Lundberg Organic Short Grain Brown Rice in bulk, Soba Shop or Sobaya Genmai Udon or Eden Udons noodles, Pastariso brown rice and quinoa pastas.
- Eat as much as you like: Onions, collard greens (20 mins.), carrots, scallions (2 minutes), cucumbers, bok choy, kale, winter squash, daikon, broccoli, cabbage, leeks, and burdock.
- Second choice: Summer squash, tomatoes (fresh or cooked), turnip greens, cauliflower, parsley (1 min. or less), string beans, snow peas, mustard greens, green beans, whole mushrooms, regular radishes, celery, carrot tops, and pumpkins.
- Soak navy, great northern, lima, red (aduki), black, kidney beans, chick peas, from 2 hours to over night. Smaller beans 2 hours, larger beans overnight.
- Discard water.
- Boil or steam 45 minutes for lentils, I hour for red beans, and up to 2 hours for larger beans like chick peas and other hard large beans.
- One teaspoon each: organic toasted sesame oil + brown rice syrup + tamari plus one tablespoon of water heated in a pan.
- Pour this over your vegetables/fish/beans. Mix up enough and place in a little jelly jar to use as necessary. This easily takes the place of "butter."