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Easy No-Cook Meals

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By : Jimmy Cox    99 or more times read
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It will help us little to eat a four- to twelve-course dinner, consisting of the best carbohydrates, fats, proteins, minerals, starches, sugars and pill vitamins if the dinner is overcooked and all the nutrients destroyed. After years of eating overcooked and processed foods of the finest quality, the majority of us suffer assorted ailments, which vary from debilitating children's diseases to those of crippled maturity and old age.

This state of our health has become accepted as the inevitable pattern of our destiny. Some of us however, will not give in and frequently, hopefully follow new fads in eating and are just as frequently led astray to some degree for a very simple reason: because no matter what foods or combination of them are advocated in these fads, and no matter how excellent the ingredients, they fail if they are cooked or processed to death and thus reduced to working against and not for us.

It is, therefore, not what you eat, but how it is prepared. All foods, as nature produces them, eaten in any combination, are complete, chemically correct and vital, if prepared at body or, at most, at fever heat.

It is my conviction that the whole span of our lives from conception on can be free from all ailments, barring accidents or external infections, if we carefully prepare our food so that the vital vitamins and minerals are retained

Below are some tasty supper dishes which can be prepared in such a way as to preserve the important nutrients and thus keep us healthy.

Quick Supper Dishes

Macaroni, Noodles And Spaghetti

1 lb. semolina type macaroni, noodles or spaghetti
4 cups hot, but not boiling, water
3 tablespoons coarse salt
2 tablespoons olive oil

A child's favorite. Fixed "al dente" it can provide much of the vitamins and minerals required for protection of body needs for growth and function.

Place the noodles, spaghetti or macaroni into hot water with salt and oil, and let stand for about five minutes.

Quick Supper Dishes Italian Spaghetti

1/2 lb. semolina type spaghetti, Italian type excellent
2 cups very hot water
2 teaspoons coarse salt and
fresh red pepper
6 tomatoes, liquefied
1 chopped onion or
1 scallion
1 diced green pepper
1 stalk celery with leaves, chopped
1 clove garlic

The vegetables enrich this dish with their respective vitamins and minerals especially Vitamin C in tomatoes.

Prepare the spaghetti as indicated in recipe for spaghetti. Sear quickly over high heat on film of oil, tomatoes, garlic clove, onion, pepper and celery. Add the seasonings and olive oil. Meat balls may be added.

Spaghetti With Chicken

1 fresh young broiler, cut at each joint
3 teaspoons peanut, corn or olive oil Dash oregano Basil leaves
2 cloves garlic, minced
Coarse salt and crushed red pepper as desired

A fun and protein combo.

Quick Supper Dishes

Prepare the spaghetti as indicated in recipe above. Heat pan containing a film of oil and the garlic. Remove garlic when it is browned and saute the chicken which will be seasoned later with salt, pepper, oregano and basil leaves. Turn them over in 3 minutes and leave for another 2 minutes. Cover and remove from fire and serve immediately.

Noodle Chop Suey

1 pkg. noodles
1 chopped onion or scallion
1 green pepper, chopped
2 stalks celery with leaves, chopped
1 cup chopped fresh mushrooms
3 tablespoons olive oil
2 fresh tomatoes, mashed
2 teaspoons cornmeal Dash oregano Basil leaf Bay leaf
Coarse salt and crushed red pepper

Saute the vegetables over high flame (1 minute). Add the cornmeal. Remove from flame and add the mushrooms. Place the noodles, which are already prepared in manner described in first recipe, with the vegetables and serve.

All these dishes are not only satisfying but healthy. Enjoy!
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