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Harvest Time...Recipes #27: Garden Fou Young

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Blog entry by XploreOrganics posted 01-31-2010 05:37 PM 5317 reads 0 times favorited 4 comments Add to Favorites Watch
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Garden Fou Young

This is an excellent way to eat a ton of veggies, all different varieties from the garden.

Julienne or grate 6 cups of vegetables Onions are a must and any of the following mixture will do (lettuce, cabbage, carrots, spinach, celery, mesclun mix, peppers…)

Lightly wilt the veggies in a large pan with a pinch of salt and a tbs of water.

Beat together 5 eggs, 2 tbs of tamari and ½ tsp pepper. Flatten veggies out on the bottom of the pan and pour the egg mixture over top. Let cook on medium heat until solid.

Serve with fresh spring onions and rice or simply eat it alone – We love it for breakfast too.

-- Xploreorganics, 5b Canada, LFD 06-20 http://colorfulcanary.blogspot.com/



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MsDebbieP

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posted 01-31-2010 07:33 PM

with lettuce… !
sounds/looks delicious

-- - Debbie, SW Ontario Canada (USDA Hardiness Zone: 5a)

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GrandmaT

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posted 02-05-2010 03:29 PM

great take on an “omelete” ... gonna have to try this …

-- "A beautiful garden is a work of heart" --

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Bon

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posted 02-06-2010 08:25 AM

Interesting combo XO.I will have to give it a try.

-- Bon,Hastings,Ont.....zone 5a....Always room for one more

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DavesYard

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posted 02-24-2010 07:18 PM

YUMMMMmmmmm…. lookin good..

What is tamari? Is it also called tamarin or tamarind? or did i make that up?

Edit: oh i see the bottle now. looks like soya sauce?

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