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Lentil, Red Pepper, Zucchini Pasta Sauce/Vegetarian or for Paleo Diets Here is the Recipe.....Ready...set...go... (1) Tablespoon EVOO (Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil) (2) organic zucchini (cut into small pieces) (1) organic Red Pepper (sliced into small pieces) (1) Package of  Organic Melissa's Steamed Lentils or (1) cup of dry organic lentils (2) Tetra packs of Crushed Pomi Tomatoes  (3) Organic Cloves of Garlic (1) Package of Jovial Rice Pasta Spaghetti or any other shape you want Salt, Pepper, Crushed Red Pepper, Oregano and Basil Sautee the pepper and zucchini and garlic with the olive oil until semi soft, season as you wish. In the Croq Pot add the lentils, tomatoes, oregano, basil, crushed red pepper, salt and pepper, add the pepper and zucchini mixture to the Croq Pot...stir...season as you wish....add a little water about 1/2 cup or 1/2 cup red wine...let it simmer on Medium in the Croq for about 6 hrs.....you can also make this on the stove in a pot but it tastes better when it has been cooking longer.  When ready to eat, boil the water for the pasta, add a little salt to the water, add pasta cook per directions...voila!!! You can add some goat cheese crumbles or Parmesan as you wish and some fresh basil...
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Basic Aduki Beans Prep time: 10 minutes Prep notes: Cooking time: 70 minutes Yields: 4 people Ingredients: 1 cup aduki beans 5-inch piece kombu 4 cups water 2 bay leaves 1 teaspoon sea salt Directions: Wash beans. Place kombu and aduki beans in a pot. Cover with water at 2 inches above the level of the beans. Bring water to boil. Add bay leaves. Cover and simmer for 1 hour. Check periodically, adding extra water if necessary so beans do not dry out or stick to pot. Allow beans to cook until they are soft enough for your taste. Add salt. Drain excess water if necessary. Notes: To check for softness, take a couple of beans out from your pot and squeeze them between your thumb and pointer finger. If beans press easily, they are finished. If they feel hard in the middle, they need more time. - See more at: http://nadja-pierce.healthcoach.integrativenutrition.com/basic-aduki-beans#sthash.kFVG7OiQ.dpuf...
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