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Recipe Name: Another Shabbat Cholent Submitted by: Administrator
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Ethnicity: None Last Modified: 2/22/2014
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Number of Servings: 1

Ingredients:
Few potatoes, peeled and
sliced thickly
1 Sweet potato, ditto
Couple of parsnips, ditto
Couple of carrots, ditto
1 Onion, peeled and cut in
rings
Couple of cloves of garlic
Minced
Few mushrooms, cleaned and
sliced
1 Handful of chickpeas
1 Handful of white kidney
beans
1 Handful of barley
1 large of diced tomatoes
Directions:
Fill up with water to cover veggies. Since I wasn't using a prepared
sauce as I usually do, I threw in every dried green herb I had in the
house: oregano, thyme, rosemary, marjoram - about a tsp of each. Mixed
well and set the crockpot going on low. This was on Thursday night. On
Friday morning I added about a cup of the dried Beef-Not and mixed
well. By the time we came to eat it the Beef-Not was thoroughly cooked
and had lost all vestiges of a soy-like taste, and the water was well
absorbed (a problem sometimes with my cholents). You can order
Beef-Not (and Chicken-Not and heaven knows what else) from Dixie
Diner's Club by phoning 1-800-BEEF-NOT. I have no affiliation with
them whatsoever. Watch out - the catalogue has hechshers for many
products, but I found that one of them didn't have the hechsher on the
product when I actually ordererd it 8-(. Reposted from
rec.food.cooking.jewish newsgroup. >From: Hadass Eviatar
<eviatar@ibd.nrc.ca> Posted to JEWISH-FOOD digest Volume 98 #001 by
Jeff Freedman <jefffree@eskimo.com> on Jan 01, 1998

Nutrition (calculated from recipe ingredients)
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Calories: 1405
Calories From Fat: 353
Total Fat: 39.9g
Cholesterol: 58.8mg
Sodium: 2441.9mg
Potassium: 4640.8mg
Carbohydrates: 205.8g
Fiber: 46.4g
Sugar: 19.6g
Protein: 67.7g


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