I’ve always wondered why it took me so long to find out about GMOs and other food evils. I wondered why there was hardly any TV or news coverage about two million people world-wide marching against Monsanto. I think this is the answer. The Monsanto Corporation buys so much advertising for Aspartame and Round Up, that they literally control much of the media. These reporters were fired for trying to bring to light the dangers of milk with rBGH.
I know it’s “ugly” but it was a really delicious experimental vegan burger. Most bloggers show their triumphs, I wanted to share my mess. I thought it would be encouraging to those who are a bit intimidated by making up recipes.
I scoured the web for vegan burger recipes and found most were really long and complicated or just didn’t look appealing (ironic, right?). So, I went into my kitchen and starting throwing things in to the food processor.
The result was something incredibly tasty that fell apart and didn’t look so much like a burger. I have to figure out how to keep it together (the burger that is).
These are the ingredients that I threw into the food processor; it made 6 “burgers”:
Use the grater attachment for the first two ingredients and set them aside
½ of a small onion
Process the rest together with the chopper blade:
1 can of Eden brand Garbanzo beans (remember Eden’s cans are BPA free and they reject the USDA certified organic seal because it is not stringent enough!)
1 cup of cooked millet (out of the bin at Whole Foods – cook according to directions)
1 portabella mushroom
A handful of almonds
A tablespoon of sunflower seeds
A couple of shakes of organic Worchester sauce
A couple of squirts of organic ketchup
A few dashes of Bragg Liquid Amino
Add the carrot and onion mixture back in and mix well by hand.
Bake on parchment paper in the oven at 400 degrees. I was about to write about how to dress the burger, but let’s be serious, we all know what to do from here. Enjoy!
1 pint of organic cherry tomatoes
3-4 kalamata olives
1 medjool date OR substitute a pinch of organic pure cane sugar
2 cloves garlic
Fresh chopped oregano, parsley and basil
Blend all ingredients either using a food processor, an emersion hand blender or in a regular blender.
We shouldn’t have to be detectives when it comes to our food, but this is what it has come to in the United States of America. Our food system is so corrupt and morally bankrupt that it compromises our health daily by putting profits ahead of our best interests. Even if you do not suffer from health problems currently, you can guard against premature aging and future health risks by eating healthfully. It’s not easy because nothing is what is seems or claims to be when it comes to what you eat. Continue reading “Baby Steps to Health”