|Cooking with Chia|
|by Gloria Hoover|
Forgotten staple food of the Azetecs is rediscovered. Learn how to add chia to your everyday foods in a simple and easy fashion.
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Gather and dice ... one boa (or snake of choice). Remove ... flame for 5 to 10 minutes. Serve. P.S. Boa or python can also be served as an appetizer (raw).
Mix dry ingredients together. Add eggs, oil and vanilla; mix well. Put in greased pan. Bake for 45 minutes in 350 degree oven. Remove from oven and ...
Put in shaker, metal is best, shake with ice.
Cook spaghetti according to directions; omit salt. Drain and keep warm. Combine soy sauce, sherry, cornstarch and water. Set aside. Stir fry pork ...
Cut 18 bacon slices in half. Fry until brown, but not crisp; set aside. Sift together 2 cups flour, 1 teaspoon salt; stir in 2 cups shredded Cheddar ...
Gut the rattlesnake and peel the skin off. Cook in a crab boil (water + lemon + seed package for crab or shrimp). Cool and peel off the strips of ...
Wind dough around ... (add cinnamon and sugar to butter). Cook bread snakes over campfire, brush with melted butter, roll in sugar and cinnamon mixture.
(Or instead of above ingredients - use frozen bread dough, thawed). Dissolve yeast in warm water. Add 5 cups flour. Beat well. Let rise until it ...
Heat butter in saucepan. Add cream cheese and milk a little at a time. Stir until well blended. Pour over cooked fettuccine noodles. Top with ...
Marinate steak with a 50/50 mix of oil and soy sauce. Enough to cover meat. Add sesame seeds, onions, and garlic. Marinate 24 hours and remove. ...
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