Questions for diabetics, sent me a recipe for beef stew with root vegetables. I have not found the actual ingredients for the recipe.
I am sending this to help you find great vegetable alternatives for your regular dishes so you can manage you weight and sugar levels.
Type II diabetes runs in my family, and hypo glycemia runs in Sallie’s family. These are the recipes we use.
For Blood Type O-Beef or Lamb, Blood Type B-Lamb, and Blood Type AB-Lamb, I would advocate a beef/lamb stew.
2 pounds of high quality beef/lamb cut into 1 inch cubes
1/2 cup spelt flour
1 teaspoon paprika
2 small onions (cut into 1 inch cubes)
2 cloves of garlic sliced
4 sprigs of rosemary
6 sprigs of thyme
2 cups carrots (cut into spears
1 cup celery root (peeled and cut into 1 inch cubes)
1 cup butternut squash (peeled, seeded, and cut into 1 inch cubes)
1 cup parsnips (peeled, and cut into 1 inch cubes
2 cups Low Sodium Beef Broth only if you use a slow cooker or 1-2 bullion cubes, depending on your salt requirement
If you cook in a pot on the stove, add enough water to broth to cover meat plus 4 inches.
1. Brown the beef stew meat or Buffalo Stew meat. in a little olive oil. Dredge your beef cubes with spelt flour, and a little salt and very little pepper. Use spelt instead of regular all purpose flour. (Less high glycemic for 3 out of 5 people)
2. Sear your meat in a little olive oil till golden brown on all sides.
3. When finished browning, cover browned beef cubes with water, and add 4 inches above of water.
4. Add carrots (unless they are too high glycemic for you) celery root, butternut squash, and parsnip sticks, and beets are optional (it turns the stew red). (these are sweet, and will have the texture and taste of potatoes and carrots)
5. Make a bundle of rosemary, thymeThicken with spelt or kamut flour.
6. Add at least one Beef Bullion Cube. Two if you don’t have a problem with salt
7. Cook till tenderness desired, is reached.
For Blood Type A, and Blood Type O, I advocate Turkey Chow Mein
I first made this with chicken, Type B and Blood Type AB, and most Blood Type O’s don’t do well with chicken. Turkey works for all.
1. Slice 2-3 Chicken breasts or 1 small turkey breast, removing facia and blood vessels as needed, into 1/2 slices, by cutting thickness on top, and angling out with your knife . Repeat on the bottom angling your knife back to the chicken or turkey
2. Brown 3 garlic minced in 2 TBS ghee (or Butter) and 1TBS olive oil.
3. Add sliced chicken or turkey, and brown.
4. Add 3-4 ribs of sliced celery sliced on the diagonal,
5. Add one small onion sliced NOT DICED
6. Add one drained can each of bamboo shoots, one drained can of sliced water chestnuts, and one drained can of sliced mushrooms
7. let celery and onion cook down to desired crunchiness.
8. Add 1/4 cup of cold water and two teaspoons of cornstarch to thicken and make “gravy”
9. add 1 1/4 pound of bean sprouts, and cook to desired crunchiness.
10. Serve with Low Sodium Tamari Sauce
Here is to fine tuning your healthy eating, for your genetics. Fighting disease, and genetic complications.
I had to change to turkey because chicken made me hurt. and this 3 part serological test told me why I needed turkey.