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    Quote Originally Posted by Jade Dragon View Post
    They are normally fully ripe jalapenos.
    I think you are right about that as I have grown my own, and that's what I did was let them fully ripen to a rich red o the vine.

    However, A & M universities play around with biological DNA and has created so many new plants, like the Aggie Pepper- which is a jalapeno that has no heat at all to speak of.

    And now, we can purchase Red, Yellow, Orange and Green bell peppers. So I believe some peppers are genetically created to have certain colors with the color inherent within itself.

    Somewhere I read there are over 16 known varieties of Jalapenos.

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    Looks like I'm going to need low fat recipes. Have to have an ultrasound done, and hopefully the worst doesn't happen, and they have to remove my gallbladder. The doctor said it's always a possibility. I have too many diet issues. I alter diet for one thing, and I cause other issues. So it's official. I have to watch Oxalate, fat, excess protein, cholesterol, and excess sugar. So I guess I've learned Atkins style dieting has drawbacks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jade Dragon View Post
    Looks like I'm going to need low fat recipes. Have to have an ultrasound done, and hopefully the worst doesn't happen, and they have to remove my gallbladder. The doctor said it's always a possibility. I have too many diet issues. I alter diet for one thing, and I cause other issues. So it's official. I have to watch Oxalate, fat, excess protein, cholesterol, and excess sugar. So I guess I've learned Atkins style dieting has drawbacks.
    A lot of what I cook is lower-fat stuff so hopefully I can help you out. What kinds of home-cooked stuff makes you happy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatOwlWoman View Post
    A lot of what I cook is lower-fat stuff so hopefully I can help you out. What kinds of home-cooked stuff makes you happy?
    I like meat, and that makes it difficult. For now I bought some chicken breasts, and will just trim fat, and coat in breadcrumb. I also bought some turkey, Italian sausage links, and ground turkey. I'm certain I will need to jazz things up eventually though.

    Hopefully my ultrasound will show I just need a minor surgery to remove gallstones. Me, and my stone issues. Even though I haven't had the ultrasound the doctor seemed confident I have them, because of my pain, and symptoms. One thing is with the digestive symptoms, I've been having trouble getting myself to eat, unless I rather like the food.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jade Dragon View Post
    I like meat, and that makes it difficult. For now I bought some chicken breasts, and will just trim fat, and coat in breadcrumb. I also bought some turkey, Italian sausage links, and ground turkey. I'm certain I will need to jazz things up eventually though.

    Hopefully my ultrasound will show I just need a minor surgery to remove gallstones. Me, and my stone issues. Even though I haven't had the ultrasound the doctor seemed confident I have them, because of my pain, and symptoms. One thing is with the digestive symptoms, I've been having trouble getting myself to eat, unless I rather like the food.
    I had my GB out in 2005. It was no biggie.The only thing you'll probably notice at first is that if you eat a meal high in fat, you will almost immediately need to run to the closest restroom. Your GB stores bile (which helps break down fats) made by your liver. When it's gone, the GI tract detects incoming fat, and instructs your liver to dump bile. Since it doesn't have a holding tank anymore it dutifully dumps a lot of bile all at once. It's extremely irritating to your intestinal mucosal, so the GI tract goes into extreme peristalsis mode to try to get rid of the irritating substance. The result is diarrhea. Eventually this doesn't happen as often. It does make eating out a prospect to be wary of, if you tend to like things like salad dressings, fried stuff, Asian food, etc.

    I make a lot of things like chili, spaghetti sauce & meatballs, casseroles, sloppy joes, etc. with ground turkey. If you'd like some recipes/ideas pls let me know!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatOwlWoman View Post
    I had my GB out in 2005. It was no biggie.The only thing you'll probably notice at first is that if you eat a meal high in fat, you will almost immediately need to run to the closest restroom. Your GB stores bile (which helps break down fats) made by your liver. When it's gone, the GI tract detects incoming fat, and instructs your liver to dump bile. Since it doesn't have a holding tank anymore it dutifully dumps a lot of bile all at once. It's extremely irritating to your intestinal mucosal, so the GI tract goes into extreme peristalsis mode to try to get rid of the irritating substance. The result is diarrhea. Eventually this doesn't happen as often. It does make eating out a prospect to be wary of, if you tend to like things like salad dressings, fried stuff, Asian food, etc.

    I make a lot of things like chili, spaghetti sauce & meatballs, casseroles, sloppy joes, etc. with ground turkey. If you'd like some recipes/ideas pls let me know!
    You can post whatever you think sounds good. I think that made me feel a little better, I was worried after the doctor mentioned results of removal. I thought it would be a lifetime thing of misery, and ruin eating, and traveling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jade Dragon View Post
    You can post whatever you think sounds good. I think that made me feel a little better, I was worried after the doctor mentioned results of removal. I thought it would be a lifetime thing of misery, and ruin eating, and traveling.
    No, not at all. My husband had his out in 2011; he has no GI issues, pain, bathroom urgency, etc. He's like you, loves his burgers n fries and spicy stuff.

    Gallstones are nothing to play with. Even if you can tolerate the agonizing pain they cause (usually after eating a meal high in fats), you also run the risk of developing a bile duct blockage, and acute pancreatitis which can be a life-threatening thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jade Dragon View Post
    Looks like I'm going to need low fat recipes. Have to have an ultrasound done, and hopefully the worst doesn't happen, and they have to remove my gallbladder. The doctor said it's always a possibility. I have too many diet issues. I alter diet for one thing, and I cause other issues. So it's official. I have to watch Oxalate, fat, excess protein, cholesterol, and excess sugar. So I guess I've learned Atkins style dieting has drawbacks.
    Sorry to hear that, Jade. I hope that you can find a resolution soon.

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    For you, Aimee! And anyone else who enjoys wild-caught or foraged foodies.

    Waawashkeshi, Manoomin, dash Wazhashkwedoonsag
    (Venison, Wild Rice, and Mushrooms)

    1 lb ground venison
    1/2 cup chopped wild or yellow onion (optional)
    1/2 lb wild or domestic mushrooms (I use chanterelles)
    1 cup wild rice, cooked

    Brown ground venison in skillet with onions. When almost done, add coarsely-chopped mushrooms and saute till tender. Dump in cooked rice, stir well and heat through. You can add a bit of water or broth if you prefer it juicier. Really special if you use wild leek bulbs in place of the onions!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatOwlWoman View Post
    For you, Aimee! And anyone else who enjoys wild-caught or foraged foodies.

    Waawashkeshi, Manoomin, dash Wazhashkwedoonsag
    (Venison, Wild Rice, and Mushrooms)

    1 lb ground venison
    1/2 cup chopped wild or yellow onion (optional)
    1/2 lb wild or domestic mushrooms (I use chanterelles)
    1 cup wild rice, cooked

    Brown ground venison in skillet with onions. When almost done, add coarsely-chopped mushrooms and saute till tender. Dump in cooked rice, stir well and heat through. You can add a bit of water or broth if you prefer it juicier. Really special if you use wild leek bulbs in place of the onions!
    Oh, my gosh! Thank you so much! That sounds wonderful. It's making me drool already!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aimée View Post
    Oh, my gosh! Thank you so much! That sounds wonderful. It's making me drool already!
    Thanks! In some of my NAS classes, we wrap up the semester with a feast. This is the one I bring, and it's always gone at the end. I left out seasonings like salt, pepper, garlic, etc. because 1) those aren't native seasonings, and 2) everyone prefers to customize a recipe the way they like it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatOwlWoman View Post
    Thanks! In some of my NAS classes, we wrap up the semester with a feast. This is the one I bring, and it's always gone at the end. I left out seasonings like salt, pepper, garlic, etc. because 1) those aren't native seasonings, and 2) everyone prefers to customize a recipe the way they like it.
    THat is so awesome! I am sure that it wouldn't need anything added to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aimée View Post
    THat is so awesome! I am sure that it wouldn't need anything added to it.
    You would think so, but you-know-who around here likes to put hot sauce on his. <shudder>

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    I got an Instant Pot for Xmas, this sounds like good receipt to use it on?!!

    Instant Pot Corned Beef Is The Easiest Way To Make Your St. Patrick's Day Meal
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    Use your Instant Pot to make this easy corned beef that comes out perfectly every time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatOwlWoman View Post
    You would think so, but you-know-who around here likes to put hot sauce on his. <shudder>
    LOL! Bob used to do the same thing and ruin whatever I made! Either that or drown it in salt and pepper - all before even tasting it!

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