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Delicious Ideas for your Dining enjoyment / recipes 2023-2016

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1:22:23 PM

Morgellons - Thanks Linda
Thanks Linda

Hello Everyone,

A recipe to share , Enjoy!!
Anything that is questionable, substitute..
Exercise your creativity and create something

8 ozs. Cherry tomatoes -quartered 2 cups
2 tsp . Capers rinsed and chopped
4 tbsp . Extra virgin olive oil
1 tsp. Lemon zest + 1 tbsp . Lemon juice
2 tsp . Minced shallot
2 tbsp. Chopped fresh basil leaves
1 1/2 cups organic corn ( may need to substitute this ingredients)
8 oz. Thin organic green beans cut into pieces
4 Skinless cod fillets
2 tbsp. Unsalted butter sliced into pieces
2 tbsp. Dry white wine
1) Heat oven to 400° position racks in the
Upper and lower thirds of the oven
2) Combine tomatoes, capers , 3 tbsp olive oil
Lemon zest , and lemon juice , shallot , basil
1/2 tsp salt and a few grinds of black pepper i
In a medium bowl . Set aside for flavors to develop.

3) Toss corn and green beans with remaining 1
Tbsp olive oil , 1/2 tsp salt and a few grinds
Of black pepper in a bowl.
4). Divide between the 4 parchment sheets
Mounding the mixture on one side of the
Fold .Sprinkle each Cod fillet with 1/4 tsp
Salt and place on top of a vegetable mound.
Dot with butter and drizzle with wine ..
5). Fold over the top of the parchment crimping
And overlapping small folds along the open
Edge to seal tightly.
Bake until the parchment puffs about 15 minutes.
The fish will be tender and cooked through.
Transfer the packs to plates , avoiding the hot
Steam . Carefully cut open the packs . Spoon
The reserved tomato basil salsa with juice
Over each fillet and serve

12:08:12 PM

Morgellons -

Hello everyone,

Another desert idea from our very own Dodie!

Joe's comments below;
It's not too bad considering it's a dessert. There are quite a few ingredients I'm not familiar with that could inevitably turn into sugar after being processed. I probably wouldn't recommend it for someone who is newer and just getting started on the protocol, but for someone who's been around for a while and is healing, I don't see this as a bad option for a treat. With any treat, moderation is key.

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