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I never paid attention to parsnips before so it wasn’t until a couple of months ago that I found out that this wonderful root is delicious and versatile. They are great for making chips, fries, puree etc.

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These pancakes were delicious! I made half the recipe but I should have made a whole one, as my husband came looking for seconds, and there was none left!

I used coconut oil instead of olive oil and skipped the chili and the curry. No zucchini flowers either. I served it with the Mar-a-Lago Turkey Burger (see the recipe here), which has a lot of flavor, so I seasoned it with just a bit of garlic powder and some chopped cilantro in place of the garam masala.

If you are serving this dish “standalone”, I recommend that you use all the spices (except the chili and curry, if you are doing the elimination diet).

This recipe is very versatile, I think it should be really good with carrots or other vegetables and any combination of spices and herbs. Besides the burger, I also served it with some chopped red cabbage and carrot salad.

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I skipped the coconut part of the recipe, just baked thin slices of plantain. But I think the coconut would taste really good, it just wouldn’t pair well with the food I am serving it with.

I served it with Steamed Fish with Lime and Black Beans and brown rice.

For the fish, I followed the recipe for Steamed Fish with Lemon and Capers over Zucchini Strips but skipped the capers, parsley and zucchini. For the Beans, I followed this recipe.

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This recipe is from Epicurious, see the original recipe here, and here is their comment about it: “This dip was inspired by a recipe for bissara, a garlicky purée from Egypt made from dried broad beans, in Claudia Roden’s Mediterranean Cookery.”

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Hummus is a delicious, versatile and super healthy dish. It is great for snacks with chopped vegetables, gluten-free crackers, sandwiches and lettuce rolls.

Garbanzos are a great source of fiber, zinc, folate and protein. Tahini, a sesame seed paste, is a very good source of monounsaturated fats, copper, manganese, magnesium, calcium, iron, phosphorus, vitamin B1 and zinc. Olive oil is rich in monounsaturated fats, and polyphenols which are known to have anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and anticoagulant actions.

Garlic, ah garlic, protects against evil or ward off vampires. Garlic contains manganese, vitamin B6, vitamin C. But most importantly, garlic, like onions, markedly reduces inflammation. It’s also antibiotic and antifungal, antibacterial.

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