Low Carb Peanut Noodles
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One trick that works for our family is that Craig helps clean up after dinner, while I prepare dinner for the next night. I often fill my slow cookers with a main dish, side dish, and dessert (yes, I have 3 beloved slow cookers). Then in the morning, all I have to do is take the slow cooker shell out of the fridge and turn them on. That takes so much stress and anxiety out of my day!
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You may look at the ingredients and see “Coconut Aminos” or “Tamari” sauce and say “What?”!!! So what is it? and why ORGANIC? Monsanto Co., the world’s largest seed producer, has developed the first-generation Roundup Ready soybean (and corn) seeds…they are in discussion about putting Roundup INSIDE the seed so the weeds have no chance against the crop! Well, what ramifications does this have for our health? Do you notice a rise in auto-immune diseases? cancer? fatty livers? AHHH!!! We aren’t sure just how bad it can become, but some issues are precancerous cell growth in the digestive tract, inhibited the development of the brain, liver, and testicles, partial atrophy of the liver, enlarged pancreas and intestines, and immune system damage. My suggestion is to only use Coconut Aminos or Organic Tamari Sauce.
Coconut Aminos are also a great soy sauce replacement. This delectably delicious soy-free sauce, containing 17 amino acids, is dark, rich, and salty. I am amazed at its resemblance to soy sauce. It is made simply from raw coconut tree sap and sun-dried sea salt, and naturally aged. This sap is very low glycemic (GI of only 35), is an abundant source of amino acids, minerals, vitamin C, broad-spectrum B vitamins, and has a nearly neutral PH. The majority of conventional soy sauces on the market are made with non-organic, genetically modified (GMO) soybeans. Long term use of unfermented soy-related products has led to an increase in soy allergies, a disruption in proper thyroid function, and an overload of estrogens in the body.
Tamari is a premium Japanese soy sauce. The major difference between Tamari and regular soy sauce is the proportion of ingredients between soybeans and wheat. While regular soy sauce contains 40-60% wheat, Organic Gluten-Free Tamari is made with 100% soybeans and no wheat. While the sodium level of Tamari and regular soy sauce is the same, the higher concentration of soybeans in Tamari gives a richer, smoother, more complex taste than ordinary soy sauce. Tamari is naturally fermented for up to 6 months and it doesn’t contain MSG or artificial preservatives. Organic Gluten-Free Tamari’s fermentation process is different than ordinary soy sauce, giving it unique flavor-enhancing properties. Add Tamari to gravies, sauces, and casseroles. Use it as a marinade and in stir-fry dishes. Reduce sodium levels in your cooking without compromising taste. One teaspoon of Organic Tamari contains one-eighth the sodium as one teaspoon of salt.
I use them in my “healthified” dressings, marinades, sauces, and rice-free sushi. Click HERE to find it.
1/2 cup organic veggie or chicken broth
1 1/2 TBS minced fresh ginger root
3 TBS organic tamari (or coconut aminos)
3 TBS natural peanut butter or sun butter
1 1/2 TBS Keto Honey (Or Swerve)
2 tsp hot chile paste (optional)
3 cloves garlic, minced
1 head of cabbage
1/4 cup chopped green onions
1/4 cup chopped peanuts or sunflower seeds
Cut cabbage into long noodle-like strips. Combine chicken broth, ginger, tamari sauce, peanut butter, Keto Honey, chili paste, and garlic in a small saucepan. Cook over medium heat until peanut butter melts and is heated through. Add cabbage “noodles”, and toss to coat. Stir fry cabbage until they are soft like noodles. Garnish with green onions and peanuts. Makes 4 servings.
NUTRITIONAL COMPARISON (per serving)
Traditional Peanut Noodles = 330 calories, 12g fat, 47 carbs, 1.9g fiber, 10.7g protein
“Healthified” Peanut Noodles = 160 calories, 12g fat, 8 carbs, 1.8g fiber, 10.1g protein