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Hadnt made stir fry in a while, thanks for the reminder.
Basic recipe:  chop up some onion and garlic, set aside. Chop up 2-4 cups of whatever vegetables you have handy. Chop up 4-12 oz meat, fish, tofu or some shrimp. Heat 1-2 tbsp oil or fat in a large skillet or walk until very hot. Add garlic, stir, add onion, stir for a minute, add veg, stir for 3-4 min, add protein, stir for another 2 min or so.  Add 1-2 tbsp each tamari, fish sauce, and sherry. Add 1/2 cup stock. Simmer 2 min. Dissolve 1 tsp corn starch in cold water, add to pan and stir.

I used salmon, onion, garlic, carrot, celery, purple cabbage, and frozen spinach. Made a pot of quinoa on the side.

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Ingredients
Ingredients
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All chopped up
All chopped up
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Finished dish
Finished dish
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Quinoa coming to a simmer
Quinoa coming to a simmer
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Rebecca, if you have a finished picture of the quinoa and it's more than 2 finished cup, you'd be able to submit for the "cook grain/pseudograin on the stovetop" BB   https://permies.com/wiki/106007/PEP-BB-food-sand-grain
 
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Lee,

Not planning to follow along with 20 days of PEP, but I may still hit a few of those BBs over the next couple weeks!
 
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Stir fry  
A can of mushrooms, quart of venison and rice canned last fall, a med onion diced and lightly sauteed in oil, mixed together in frying pan till hot and some of the liquid is reduced. Add a tablespoon of pepper, teaspoon of dried sage crumbled and teaspoon of fresh thyme or dried. Mix well. Sprinkle with lentil sprouts and Ming bean sprouts and green onion . Smile and serve.
 Note. I sprouted the Mung beams and lentils and onion for a nice early spring fresh bit to use in my north Michigan hungry for freshness home.
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That looks yummy Candace!

For this BB, the photo requirements are:

 - post a picture of you preparing some of the ingredients (or the leftovers you are using)
 - post a picture of your ingredients in the pan
 - post a picture of your finished stir fry!



Do you have the other two pictures?

Also, it says no premade or prepackaged foods.  I think the can of mushrooms would be an issue, unless it was a home canned jar?
 
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"Do you have the other two pictures?"
Ooops more to this than I saw at first glance. Don't have three pics. Sorry.  
 
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Shoot.  Hopefully you cook another soon!

All the BBs list the requirements in the first post on the first page.  
 
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Here's my simple vegan stir fry.
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onions and celery
onions and celery
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add garlic, ginger, and lemon grass
add garlic, ginger, and lemon grass
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move that to a big bowl, fry mushrooms
move that to a big bowl, fry mushrooms
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mushrooms to the bowl, fry broccoli
mushrooms to the bowl, fry broccoli
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broccoli goes in the bowl, wilt some greens
broccoli goes in the bowl, wilt some greens
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make the sauce: tapioca starch in a slurry with mirin, rice vinegar, miso, braggs, and veg broth
make the sauce: tapioca starch in a slurry with mirin, rice vinegar, miso, braggs, and veg broth
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add everything back in, also add mini corn and fried tofu
add everything back in, also add mini corn and fried tofu
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eat it
eat it
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I made chicken stir fry tonight!  Really rough recipe is:
Chunks of chicken marinated overnight in coconut amino
coconut oil
2 bok choy leaves
onion
ginger
carrot
cabbage
mustard at the end for more flavor
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Preparing
Preparing
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Ingredients in the pan - cooked chicken resting on a plate
Ingredients in the pan - cooked chicken resting on a plate
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All done!
All done!
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ingredients

grated ginger
mustard leaves
leeks
carrots
cauliflower
eggs
olive oil
avocado oil
sea salt
small amount of sea weed

Here are the ingredients:


In the pan


after egg and salt were added



served with cooked buckwheat and rice(leftover)


me and my partner ate it and we enjoyed it :D I dressed it with fish sauce and Apple cider vinegar


Here are the leftovers

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