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Although it was cold last night, I thought that a cucumber and celery will go well with the salmon and broccoli dish. Thinly slice the cucumber, sprinkle some salt on it, let it rest for a couple of minutes and squeeze well. Add finely chopped celery and season with sea salt, apple cider vinegar, olive oil and a bit of sesame oil. Top with some sesame seeds.

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This is a very versatile dish: you can use a variety of vegetables. The list of vegetables in the recipe below contains the produce that was fresher at the store. Mix white, yellow and green vegetables. I used broccoli rabe instead of broccoli as it was on sale. Broccoli rabe  or rapini is bitter and pungent, for me, similar to mustard leaves.

Serve the Chicken Stir Fry with brown rice or soba noodles.

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IMG_1393When my friend Camilla and I went for a walk in the park she mentioned this turkey burger recipe and I was very intrigued, so I decided to try it. It’s a dish at Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago restaurant and it looks like Oprah is a fan. It is a little bit of work but not much and it’s totally worth it, it’s delicious! I make a big batch every once in a while since then.

The second main ingredient of the Major Grey’s Chutney is high fructose corn syrup, so I replaced it with some pureed apple, a drop of apple cider vinegar and a little extra lemon juice. I also skipped the Tabasco. Everything else is good for the elimination diet. If you are not in an elimination diet, you should definitely use the Major Grey Chutney, it’s really delicious.

Check the recipe on Oprah’s web site here with amounts for 8 burgers. I adapted the recipe to yield 2 burgers, which actually produced 4 good sized burgers.

I just updated this post (finally after 4 years) with some corrections and a better picture: this is a sandwich with plantain bread (you can check online, there are several recipes out there but they all take eggs), arugula and tomato.

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Just thinly slice some English cucumber and sprinkle with sea salt. Let rest for about 10 minutes and squeeze well. Thinly slice some Napa cabbage, mix it in a bowl with the cucumber. Dress with sea salt, apple cider vinegar, sesame oil. Sprinkle with sesame seeds.

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I tried to make a different kind of bean or legume each day during this vegan week, I guess I almost did it. Today is my last day of the vegan week and I will not cook as I have lots of leftovers in the fridge, from lentils, yellow split soup to black-eyed peas.

I love black-eyed peas. I usually make this dish with tomatoes and yellow bell peppers. Actually the combination of vegetables I used turned out pretty good. You can use any crunchy vegetable such as carrots and turnips for example. I cooked the beets very slightly so they were a little crunchy. My husband loved this dish so much he even asked if he could take it to the office for lunch!

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