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Creamy Mango-Passion Fruit Salad

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Banana Split Shake (and Other Variations of Banana Milk)

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Lemon Cream Tea

You can drink this one hot, but during the summer months you might find it as refreshing as lemonade or iced cold green tea.

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Peanut Butter Banana No-Bakes

It’s hot season here in Thailand—too hot to really enjoy a steaming bowl of oatmeal, but these are a good alternative for breakfast and/or supper during the hot summer months, and can be eaten as a lightly sweetened dessert, too. Being a dump-and-pour cook, I didn’t measure the ingredients, but if you have too much of one thing, you can compensate with another (too much oats, add more coconut milk/peanut butter) (if the mix is too liquid, add more oats). Mix well before adding anything extra, though, and taste to see if it’s sweet enough. I think it’s just right for me.

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Chinese Cabbage Salad

SUNP0119I don’t mean that this recipe is Chinese, but that the cabbage used is Chinese cabbage. This was my lunch today. It was easy to make. I mixed up the vegetables yesterday with some coconut, lemon, and salt, and then added the tomato and noodles and some sesame oil and garlic salt (and a little more pink salt) today before eating. I used the Shogun brand of dried noodles that are available here in Thailand. They contain few ingredients and no MSG. I think you can also use Chinese noodles and instant ramen noodles, both of which are available in the USA (instant ramen noodles being more common and easier to find) and/or the Mr. Noodles  or generic brands of instant noodles available in Canada. In Thailand there are many options, and I suspect the same is in Thailand and Japan (Although if you are Japanese and/or living in Japan, you know that actual ramen noodles are different from the instant ramen noodles referred to here, right?). However, instant Ramen (as is available in the US) and maybe even the brands available in Canada (I would have to look at the ingredients) contain a lot of extras. Apparently, most of the brands here in Thailand contain MSG. I haven’t checked them all so I really don’t know (even if I could read the ingredients in every case), but Shogun does not contain MSG. It’s pretty much flour, salt, and water. There’s also a green version colored with pandan powder. Discard the seasoning packets for the noodles (if they come with seasoning packets), unless you really want to use them, in which case you can mix them into the oil instead of the seasonings. Be warned, though, they’re usually high in sodium and not healthy for other reasons, too. If you don’t want to, you don’t have to use the noodles (or even the almonds or broad beans [two totally different foods]), but can use tortilla chips, fried noodles such as chow mien noodles (the kind that come in the can), or you can use more broad beans or more almonds (whichever you are using), or something else that is crunchy and that you believe would be healthier and better, which is available to you, or you could go without the crunch altogether. Maybe you can try it with roasted walnuts or pecans? Mmmm….?

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Curcurbit & Pepper Salad

What is a curcurbit? “cu·cur·bit, kyo͞oˈkərbət/, noun, a plant of the gourd family ( Cucurbitaceae ), which includes melon, pumpkin, squash, and cucumber.” (as defined on google)

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Fresh Pepper&Avocado Salad

You don’t need lettuce or other greens to make a salad (though they are good for you and good in salad, too).

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Carob Coconut Foam

What a pleasant way to cool off! The texture was like mousse.

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Tropical Apple Blend

North meets the tropics on this juice-fast-Tuesday in this delicious, refreshing blend.

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Carrot&Beet Juice

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