|A Migraine Sufferer's Cookbook|
|by Diane Meredith Bentley|
From milk to bread to snack foods, many common foods contain additives that trigger migraine reactions in some people.
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Peel mangos and cut. Bring ... has dissolved completely. Cool. Pack fruit firmly into sterilized jars. Pour cooled syrup over it covered fruit completely.
Mix slat, 5 ... liquid to room temperature then poor over mango and li - hing - moi. Let stand at room temperature 2 to 3 days then refrigerate and ENJOY!!!
Cook all together until it comes to a boil. Can and seal. Makes 16 pints.
Cut tops from mangoes and remove seeds; save the tops. Shred cabbage and to each quart of cabbage and to each quart of cabbage add 1/4 teaspoon ...
Coarsely chop cabbage, mangos, onions, tomatoes ... sugar and spices (tied in bag). Bring to boil and cook for 15 minutes. Remove spice bag. Can and seal.
Mix well. Fold into vegetables.
Cook meats together and drain off fat. Then add remaining ingredients. Simmer for 3 or 4 hours. Remove spice bag before serving.
Grind first 5 ingredients and cover for 5 minutes with boiling water; drain. Boil vinegar, sugar, salt and mixed pickling spices. Drop in ground ...
Mix tomatoes, peppers, and onions with salt. Let stand 1 hour. Drain well. Add remaining ingredients; tie spices in thin cloth. Bring to a boil, ...
About 3 hours at 325 degrees.
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