Vegan Power Stew For Bodybuilders On The Go!

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Vegan Power Stew For Bodybuilders On The Go!

#1 Postby Arion » Sun May 01, 2011 2:28 am

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Vegan Power Stew


Designed for Bodybuilders on the go!

Makes 3 - 16 ounce portions

Preparation time 35 minutes

Nutrition Facts Total 3 Portions

Protein: 66 grams
Calories: 1307
Carbohydrates: 144 grams
Fat: 56 grams
Fiber: 21 grams

Equipment

2 Stainless Steel Sauce Pans 2 Quart Size
3 Thermos Vacuum Insulated Food Jar Stainless Steel 16 Ounce Size
1 Norpro Stainless Steel Wide-Mouth Funnel

Ingredients

2 and 1/2 Cups Water
1/3 Cup Quinoa
1/3 Cup Split Yellow Mung Beans
1/2 Cup Water
1 Sliced Carrot
1 Sliced Summer Squash
1 Sliced Potato
1 Cup Spinach
1 Teaspoon Coriander Powder
1 Teaspoon Cumin Powder
1 Teaspoon Turmeric Powder
1 Teaspoon Ginger Powder
1 Package Gardein Vegan BBQ Beef Skewers

Garnish

Cilantro
1 Pinch Sea Salt
1 Tablespoon Hemp Seed Oil

Preparation

Add 2 and 1/2 Cups water, Quinoa, and Split Yellow Mung Beans to first sauce pan and bring to boil then reduce to simmer and cover.

Simmer for 33 minutes then remove from heat.

Add 1/2 Cup Water to second sauce pan and add Vegetables and Vegan Beef and bring to boil then reduce to medium heat and cover.

Slow boil on medium heat for 2 minutes.

Remove from heat after 2 minutes and add entire contents to first sauce pan with Quinoa and Split Yellow Mung Beans.

Add Spinach and Spice Herbs and mix with spoon.

Pour stew through wide-mouth funnel into the 3 Thermos Vacuum Insulated Food Jar Stainless Steel 16 Ounce Size.

Garnish each portion with Sea Salt, Cilantro, and 1 Tablespoon Hemp Seed Oil.

Variations

The recipe above is the basic recipe which is a variation of the healing meal called Kitchari in East Indian Ayurvedic Medicine.

Feel free to modify the water, cooking time, and ingredients to your specifications and to add variety.

Mix 1/2 water and 1/2 canned coconut milk

Mix or substitute grains like 1/2 Rice and 1/2 Quinoa, Amaranth, etc.

Mix or substitute beans like black beans, red lentils, etc.

Mix or substitute vegetables like Green Beans, Zucchini, Chard, Kale, Dandelion, Yams, Baby Corn, Peas, Water Chestnuts, Sea Vegetables, etc

Mix or substitute Vegan Meat like Gardein Beefless Tips, Tofurky Sausage, Field Roast Sausage, etc.

Mix or substitute herb spices like Mexican, Thai, Italian, Fennel Powder, Cardamon Powder, etc.

Also try adding cooking wine or soy sauce.

Cook grain and beans in slow cooker over night and add steamed vegetables in the moning.

Notes

All ingredients available at the health food store.

All herb spices valued in Ayurveda for their ability to enhance digestion and assimilation.

Split Yellow Mung Beans are highly valued in Ayurveda for healing and detox.

Ginger is a warming herb and should be added during the cold months and minimized during the warm months.

Keep Hemp Seed Oil refrigerated.

All ingredients should be organic and the water should be filtered.

Don't Panic Go Organic!


Quinoa
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Split Yellow Mung Beans
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Vegetables
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Gardein Vegan BBQ Skewers
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Cilantro
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Redmond Real Salt Sea Salt
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Hemp Seed Oil
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Norpro Stainless Steel Funnel
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Thermos Food Jar
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Re: Vegan Power Stew For Bodybuilders On The Go!

#2 Postby robert » Thu Apr 26, 2012 11:18 am

Awesome!

This is great. Thanks!

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Re: Vegan Power Stew For Bodybuilders On The Go!

#3 Postby Marcina » Fri May 18, 2012 2:13 am

That sounds awesome! I've tried some of the Gardein meat-free products and I think they're pretty darn tasty! I've been eating the faux turkey one every holiday :3


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