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Cooking Class Recipes By Jael Tanti - 08.04.12
Hello Happy Cooking Fans!
I wanted to share my wonderful: recipes with you all that came to my cooking class on August 4th 2012.

Make each meal count for fuel and longevity. Prepare more meals at home maximize more nutrition using the Saladmaster Cooking equipment that, Saves Time, Saves Money and Improves our Health and Lifestyle.

Equipment used during the Class:
  • Saladmaster Cookware
  • Saladmaster Machine
  • Vita Mix Blender
  • Cuisinart Food Processor

Warrior Drink- Mojo Riser
Warrior Drink- Mojo Riser

1 Cup of Hemp seed nut
1/2 Cup of Raw Cacao nibs
1 Tbs. Raw Maca Powder
2 Tbs. of Cacao Powder
1 Tbs. Coconut Butter
1 Tbs. Vanilla Bean Powder,
1 Tbs. Cinnamon

1/8 Tsp. of Turmeric1/8 Tsp. Cayenne powder
1/3 Cup. Goji Berries
1/3 Cup. Walnuts or other nut
3 Frozen Bananas
8 Cups of 9.5 Alkaline water

Put all the ingredients in a high-speed blender and blend for 45 seconds to one minute.

*This drink brings the warrior in you to keep you energized all day long. “A warrior doesn’t give up on what She loves; She finds the love in what She does"
Cooking Class Series
Cooking Class themes:
Topics of Discussion:
  • Super Foods for Super Immunity
  • Weight Reduccion and Fiber
  • Alakaline Living with Alkaline Foods.
  • Heart smart and Cancer Prevention Cooking
  • Diabetic Friendly Cooking
  • Gluten Free Cooking
  • Dairy Alternatives
  • Meat Vs. Whole Plant Based Cooking
  • Foods from around the world
  • The Dirty Dozen
  • Healthy Desserts
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Help Benefits of Hemp Seeds

Complete Protein
Hemp seeds are one of the only plant-based complete proteins. They contain all essential amino acids for adults, those that your body cannot make and must be ingested.

The protein provided by shelled hemp seeds is proportional to both egg whites and soybeans with higher levels of arginine and histidine.

It is easily digested and in turn often used to treat malnourishment. The consumption of complete proteins is necessary for survival, while it is also effective in curbing hunger and building and maintaining muscle mass.

Help Benefits of Hemp Seeds

Essential Fatty Acids
Fat is an essential part of a healthy diet and shelled hemp seeds are a great source of polyunsaturated fat as well as essential fatty acids. There are two fatty acids that your body cannot produce on its own yet are essential to human life. They are Omega 3, or alpha linoleic acid, and Omega 6, or linoleic acid. The composition and balance of fatty acids in hemp seeds have a positive effect on the inflammatory processes and cell membrane activities in the body that are the infrastructure of many chronic diseases such as cardiovascular diseases and various cancers.

Soluble and Insoluble Fiber
Hemp seeds are comprised of 27 percent carbohydrates, almost all of which is in the form of soluble and insoluble fiber. The fibers are found in a 4-to-1 ratio, insoluble to soluble, in shelled hemp seeds. Soluble fiber is responsible for slowing glucose absorption, slowing gastric emptying and increasing the excretion of bile acid, which lowers levels of LDL cholesterol in the body. Insoluble fiber is responsible for moving matter through your digestive system and keeping your bowel movements regular. As a part of a daily diet, it is also associated with a lower risk of cardiovascular disease and diabetes

Vitamins and Minerals
Hemp seeds contain adequate levels of the vitamins thiamine, B1 and riboflavin B2. They are also a good source of the minerals phosphorous, potassium, magnesium, calcium, iron, sodium, manganese, zinc and copper. Another health benefit is the high level of antioxidant tocopherols found in hemp seeds. Many of the minerals found in hemp seeds such as potassium, calcium and iron, are key in a healthy diet and generally minerals that vegetarians are lacking The basic components of protein are amino acids. There are 20 amino acids crucial to human health. Of those 20, your body can make 11, and these are considered non-essential; the nine others must be consumed through diet and are considered essential. Meat and dairy products provide these essential amino acids, but so do plant foods, to some extent like Hemp seeds and Soy Beans (Edamame)

Amino Acids
Amino acids are usually consumed as fully formed protein and your body must first metabolize it with enzymes called proteases. Proteases break the bonds between the long chains of amino acids, which are then absorbed in your intestines and eventually used as building blocks to assemble other structures and compounds in your body. Some amino acids are used “as is,” while others are disassembled and reassembled into different amino acids.

A deficiency of amino acids leads to stunted growth, fatigue, compromised immunity, weak muscles and unhealthy looking hair and skin.

Amino acids are building blocks of protein that your body needs to make muscle, skin, hair, fingernails, enzymes and other compounds. You body uses a total of 22 amino acids. A little more than half of them are assembled by your body nine essential of these amino acids are absolutely necessary to obtain them from the foods we ingest and absorb. These are categorized as essential amino acids.

Essential amino acids are found in both animal and plant-based foods. Eggs, Fish, Poultry Beef, lamb are complete sources of protein and contain all the essential amino acids, whereas almost all plant-based protein is incomplete and missing at least one essential amino acid. Accordingly, vegetarians must be careful not to become amino acid deficient. Consult with a nutritionist about the advantages and disadvantages of a vegetarian diet.

By combining different plant sources of protein, such as rice and beans, you obtain all the essential amino acids -- as long as you consume these protein sources within the same day.

Vegetarians and Vegans remember that soy and quinoa are two plant sources that are complete proteins and supply all the essential amino acids as well.

Indigenous cultures often combine foods, such as beans and corn, to compensate for this shortcoming. Lysine, methionine and tryptophan are the amino acids most often missing from plant-based protein sources.

Proteins are found in all types of food, but only Hemp Seeds, Soy Beans, Quinoa, Live Sprouts, meat, eggs, cheese and other foods from animal sources contain complete proteins that provide all the essential amino acids.

Sheena’s Pozole (Vegan) 16. Qrt Roaster

2 Medium Onions cut in the # 3 Cone or in cubes in inch size.
6 cups of Cooked Hominy (Maize, Corn)
4 medium Zucchini, cubed or # 3 cone
4 medium Yukon gold potatoes # 3 cone
2 Red bell pepper, chopped in one inch cubes
8 dried Guajillo chilies or 3 Chipotle chilies
6 Garlic cloves, sliced
6 small sprigs of fresh Oregano
6 small sprigs of fresh Thyme  
6 small sprigs of fresh Mint
6 fresh Sage leaves
1 Bunch of fresh Cilantro, chopped
8 ripe Tomatoes, chopped
4 cups of Soy beef, (Mutton) or Chicken or Fish bite-sized chunks
1 Tbs. of Turmeric Organic Non Radiated
1 Tbs. of Cumin Powder
1 Tbs. of Chipotle Chili Powder
4 tablespoons of Olive oil
1 Cup of Lime Juice
Sea salt to taste
Sheena’s Pozole (Vegan) 16. Qrt Roaster

Place 2 cups of water with the chilies, 2 sprigs of mint ½Bunch of cilantro, sea salt, half the onion and 6 garlic cloves into the 16 Qrt.  Stock Pot. Cover and place over medium heat for 5 minutes or until the vapo-valve clicks steadily, reduce the heat to low and cook for 5 minutes. Transfer to a high-speed blender and blend for 45 seconds to 1 minute. Return this mixture to the stock- pot and add the remaining ingredients.
Next, add enough water to cover all the vegetables ¾ to fullness leaving at least 4 inches off the top.  Cover and place at medium heat, when the vapo-valve clicks steady, turn the heat to low and cook for another 20 minutes, adjust the sea salt.  Serves 10 to 20 Cups.

Quinoa Patties

3 Cups of Cooked Quinoa
2 Cups of Cooked yams cut # 3 cone
1 Onion cut in the #2
1 Red Bell pepper cut in the # 1 Cone
4 garlic cloves minced use garlic press or # 1 Cone
2 Tbsp. of Avocado Oil
1/3 cup chopped fresh cilantro chopped fine
2 Cups of Cooked Lentils
1 Cup of Grated Cassava Root Peeled
1/2 Cup Hemp seeds
1 tsp. dried Oregano
1 Tsp. of Thyme
1 tsp. ground Cumin
1 Lime juiced
Sea salt to taste

Mix all the ingredients together and form two inch patties, set them aside, in the mean time pre-heat the 12” Gourmet Skillet and wipe the surface with coconut oil, brown Patties for 2 minutes on each side or until brown, serve as a side dish or in a bed of lettuce with Slices of Tomato and Onions.

* Preferable always use fresh cooked beans, lentils or fresh edamame beans.

Rosemary Garlic Wild Salmon

6 Wild Sockeye Salmon Fillets
2 Sprigs of fresh Rosemary medium chopped fine
4 Garlic Cloves minced
1 tsp of Turmeric
Sea Salt to taste
Juice of one lemon
Grape seed Oil
Rosemary Garlic Wild Salmon

Sprinkle the fish with the sea salt and lemon juice and set aside, then Mix the Oil, with Garlic, Rosemary and Turmeric Rub the Salmon filets with the marinade on both sides.
Preheat a 12” inch Gourmet Skillet for 3 minutes then place the Salmon meat side down first and cook for 7 minutes on one side, then flip to skin side and cook for 5 minutes, remove the skin with a Stainless Steel Square Spatula if desired. Serve with your favorite side dish.

Rooty Booty

3 Cups of Butternut Squash Peeled
3 Cups of Yams skin on
3 Cups of Beets skin on

Cut all these ingredients with the # 3 Cone using the Saladmaster Machine.  Make sure the pan is filled ¾ to full, with your hands add a sprinkle of water to rehydrate the squash and roots. Place the cover on and turn the heat to medium, when the valve clicks steady turn to low and continue cooking in semi vacuum for 10 more minutes or until the vegetables are tender to your liking.

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