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First BB!

Rough recipe:
Slice up a bunch ‘o veg. 1 carrot, 2 celery stalks, 1 bell pepper, 1 apple, little handful of radishes, I small head broccoli, 1 pint jar home-canned chicken.
Fat: my new friend rice bran oil. The list of foods to which I either have an allergy or intolerance is growing, and this is one of the few high-heat oils I have left I can use.
Seasonings: sesame oil, Chinese five spice, local lime Sriracha sesame salt, little bit of garlic,
Cook the veg until they’re tender crisp. Add the chicken and cook until it’s all warmed through. Serve over a little brown rice. Devour. There was enough for the husband and I and leftovers for my lunch tomorrow.
Cutting up the bell pepper
Cutting up the bell pepper
In the wok
In the wok
Plated and ready for nomming
Plated and ready for nomming
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Recipe definitely rough indeed! Had beef mince that had to be used up, and went out in the garden to get all of the other ingredients (bar garlic and onions already stored inside), but it was already dark, and I didn't bring a bowl with me so had to get everything in my hands....maybe not a typical stir fry, but it worked out!

- Beef mince
- Butter
- Salt
- Pepper
- Cumin
- Beetroot leaves
- Garlic
- Shallots
- Rice
- Beef stock (once the rice was added, figured it needed more flavour)
- Northeaster beans
- Green feast peas
- Kale
- Parsley

Rice cooking in a pot first (unfortunately didn't get a pic once the rice was done, or I could've doubled it with the stovetop rice BB!)

Ingredients needing processing

Prepping the garlic

Beans at the end of their growing time, so decided to take them out of the pods

All mixed up in the pan

Served up! Made three bowls worth
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I certify this BB complete!

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Here we are:

Brussels sprouts
Green beans
Burgundy beans
Adobo seasoning, smoked paprika, black pepper, turmeric, honey Aleppo pepper seasoning.
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Stir fry made from bacon, onion, ginger, garlic, broccoli, cabbage, carrots, celery, coconut aminos, chili flakes. Served with rice and fried eggs.
Stir fry ingredients
Stir fry ingredients
Chopping up ingredients
Chopping up ingredients
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