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#AceFoodNews Published: March.16: 2019:

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(MINNESOTA) Calyxt Announces ‘ First Gene-Edited-Product ‘ With a new generation of genetica lly-altered foods, manufacturers are still trying to gain public acceptance by stealth. If they are sure of their product, they should convince people to buy it, not sneak it into the food chain by trying to bypass E U regs by changing its name #AceFoodDesk reports


#AceFoodNews – Mar.16: But from the Associated Press article that served as a virtual press release, one part jumps out: “Calyxt said it can’t reveal its first customer for competitive reasons, but CEO Jim Blome said the oil is ‘in use and being eaten.’”

#AceFoodDesk report ……..Via RT – AP – #AceNewsDesk Published: March 16, 2019 at 08:26AM: Read More Here: https://t.me/acenewsdaily/52329

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Smothered Honey Mustard Chicken


In Dianes Kitchen

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This is definitely one of the best chicken breast recipes I have ever made! Smothered with bacon, mushrooms and the homemade honey mustard made this dish fabulous! The chicken was easy to prepare and turned out so moist! My husband must have told me five times how good it was as he was eating it, so it looks like I’ll be making this again!

Click on the link below for step by step directions with pictures and a printable recipe card.

http://indianeskitchen.com/2017/11/28/smothered-honey-mustard-chicken

 

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GEMÜSEPOLENTA MIT CHICORÉE


Willkommen bei Lis

Zutaten für 2 Personen:

 

500 ml Gemüsebrühe

1/2 TL Kurkuma

1/2 TL Muskatnuss, frisch gerieben

90 g Polenta (Maisgrieß)

Kräutersalz

1 EL frischer Thymian

2 Stück Chicorée

6 EL Olivenöl

2 EL Tamarisauce oder Balsamicoessig

50 g Pilze nach Wahl

150 g Wurzelgemüse, in Stücke geschnitten

50 g Chinakohl oder Pak Choi

1 EL Petersilie, gehackt

 

Zubereitung:

Gemüsebrühe mit Kurkuma und Muskatnuss auskochen lassen, die Polenta einrühren und ca. 3 Minuten bei geschlossenem Deckel köcheln lassen. 1 TL Kräutersalz und Thymian unterrühren. Nachdampfen lassen. 

Chicorée längs halbieren, in 2 EL heißem Olivenöl scharf anbraten und bei geschlossenem Deckel ca. 3 Minuten weich dünsten. Mit 1 EL Tamarisauce marinieren.

Pilze in heißem Olivenöl kurz anbraten, das Wurzelgemüse dazugeben und bei geschlossenem Deckel kurz knackig weich dünsten. Vor Ende der Garzeit Chinakohl oder Pak Choi dazugeben und mit 1 EL Tamarisauce marinieren. Chicorée dazugeben und das Gemüse nachziehen lassen…

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