|The Duck Cookbook|
|by James Peterson|
Nearly everyone enjoys eating duck, but the prospect of cooking it at home can intimidate even the most accomplished home chef.
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Heat oil in ... mushrooms, cabbage, and cashews to the onions. ... Add sprouts and tamari; toss and ... immediately over rice or bulgur wheat. Serves 4.
Combine ingredients and toss with dressing. Optional: 1/2 cup of any of the following: bamboo shoots, snow peas, pineapple, coconut (toasted).
Parboil the cabbage in a kettle of water 10-15 minutes or until outer leaves are easily removable. Remove the first 12 leaves. Make sure the cabbage ...
Combine all ingredients and serve chilled on greens. Top with Duck Sauce, which, along with bean sprouts, sesame oil and ginger root, is available in ...
Prep Time: 1 hour plus extra time to chill and marinate. Set up to cook 2 cups brown rice, cooked in 3 cups water until tender. While rice cooks, ...
Mince the mushroom ... wine, seasonings and tamari and let marinate ... possible. Garnish with gomasio seasoning and broil until light brown. Serve warm.
Combine 4 cups of any tamari roasted nuts or seed combination with 1 cup of any single unsulphered dried fruit or mixture. Make a new creation every time!
Combine all ingredients and serve chilled on greens. Top with Duck Sauce, which, along with bean sprouts, sesame oil and ginger root is available in ...
Combine all ingredients in bowl. In a separate bowl, mix together dressing: Pour over vegetables, toss and chill.
2 c. raw ... c. chopped, toasted cashews Chinese sesame oil Extra tamari 1 tbsp. sesame ... few drops of sesame oil (and extra tamari, to taste). Serves 4.
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