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    Originally posted by Nefisa View Post
    Well, dropping by a bit late but I hope you get better soon!
    In the meantime, if you get bored, why not hone your cooking skills and share here all the delicious meals you can make with bananas in it ?

    Thanks I hope that too - but it seems that an inflamation of a bursa is some kind of "trial of patience" ... but hope dies last, right?




    Regarding the latter ... well, i don´t have something with bananas atm ... shame on me ... but perhaps you also mean normal cooking stuff like:


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    Well ... I think I can arrange that from time to time ...

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      Pleasing to the eye... and the tummy.
      Stay strong - and patient!

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        Raw ginger is good for any kind of inflammation. If you want, you could take one tea spoon of finely grated ginger every day and see if that speeds things up a little.

        As for the culinary stuff... something tells me that if we ever met in person (your wife included), we would spend hours talking about food and recipes...

        Is this some kind of beet dish on the first picture? And the dark cream in the jar? And the three bowls at the bottom, what's that?

        Sorry, I can't help asking those questions, I love to learn new stuff about food!!!

        And I really hope your leg will heal nicely!!! Have you considered physiotherapy? It also helps a lot.

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            Originally posted by inbetween View Post
            Is this some kind of beet dish on the first picture? And the dark cream in the jar? And the three bowls at the bottom, what's that?

            Sorry, I can't help asking those questions, I love to learn new stuff about food!!!
            The first picture is titled hummus, but I've never seen red hummus before The dark cream is nutella (hazelnut-chocolat spread), the three bowls is mustard.
            Now that the basic information is out of the way..... we need recipes, TheLibrarian

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                inbetween thanks for the hint! I already bought a lot (I mean a lot, don´t ask more about this subject, just look at the picture! )


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                But I combine it with curcuma - this is called a "golden milk" - do you know that? Thats a mixture of ginger, curcuma, nut-milk, marple syrup, nutmeg, coconut oil, pepper and cinnamon. My body and me are taking all what they can get!
                And I think it helps! lets see how it works out in the end!

                And I like your statement about the culinary stuff - if you are ever in the vicinity (or the other way around) ...


                I talked about the physiotherapy with my orthopedist ... but before I can look into that matter, the inflamation needs to go away, otherwise the physiotherapy would increase the inflamation. My orthophedist also showed me some stretching stuff and exercises I can do on my own. But one step at a time. We will win this thing! If all works out well, I probably won´t need it and can go my way on my own!

                Ok, and now to the conclusion of the dishes! twinkletoes was right so far - well, our little raccoon is a food-expert

                first unknown dish: beetroot-hummus (here is the link - but only in german - but google translate should work - you can also modify the recipe to your own needs) - TWINKLE: defintely one of the best hummus you can make!

                second unknown dish: hazelnut spread (recipe: ingredients: 13,5% cocoa-powder, 13,5% honey, 15% coconut-oil (originally it was sunflower), 58% roasted hazelnuts - preparation steps: roasting hazelnuts 200° ca. 10minutes, wipe away the hazelnut-skin, then put them into the mixer and mix it up until its creamy. then put in the oil, the honey and the power - mix it again - then: enjoy)

                third unknown dish: 3 sorts of selfmade mustard! first on top: balsamic-vinegar-honey-mustard, the left one: balsamic-vinegar-garlic-mustard, the right one: garlic-ginger-vermouth-mustard.
                recipe - example right-one-mustard (700g): 150g yellow mustard seeds, 50g brown mustard seeds, 100ml vermouth blanco reserva, 300ml cider vinegar, 4 teaspoon salt, 75g honey, 2 garlic glove, juice from 100g ginger, 2 teaspoon curcuma, 0,5 teaspoon allspice - preparation steps: grind the mustard seeds - coarse, but the rest together and mix it until its smooth. let it stay out of the fridge (room temperature) for the night - let it ferment. On the next morning you can put the mustard into clean glasses. And after 3-4 weeks you have your own mustard! How longer you let it ferment, the less spicy the mustard will be in the end.


                sleep_twitch Important message recieved. Thanks for sharing this awesome news! Will have a closer look at the link you send me.

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                  Ooooh! Beetroot hummus! I am intrigued!

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                    Originally posted by Kanary View Post
                    Ooooh! Beetroot hummus! I am intrigued!
                    And it looks so beautiful

                    Thank you so much for the recipes!

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                      I should have guessed that, being a culinary freak yourself , you are already taking some ginger, and even in a better form than the one suggested by me

                      Also, awesome recipes, wow!!! Going to copy them if you don't mind

                      And the beetroot hummus, is it made with cooked/baked beets or raw ones?

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                        inbetween we roasted the beetroots in the oven. It is also in the recipe link I posted above - just translate the side. Be my guest - copy the recipes and ask if something is unclear
                        regarding the ginger: I think I have enough for the rest of the year (i bought 765g of ginger and juiced it - which made about 550ml of FIREWATER! )

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                          Random question about Hummus at all the food experts here, any opinion on substituting Tahini with sesame seeds?

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                            Originally posted by mogster View Post
                            Random question about Hummus at all the food experts here, any opinion on substituting Tahini with sesame seeds?

                            we did it - we liked it! just mix it with the other ingredients - it works.

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                              TheLibrarian Me making Hummus happens like twice a year so I'm always reluctant to get the Tahini. Now that I've got your approval I guess I'll have to make some Hummus with sesame seeds a bit more often in the future

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                                Hello librarian,
                                your thread is impressing.
                                My surrounding is also a german library, IT and books. Did't suppose other librarians to workout here. But there are a lot of them here.
                                Nice link for hummus. Hope I manage to try it.

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