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food preparation in the Pek Erectile Strength Diet
« on: May 07, 2012, 11:50:06 pm »
Four weeks ago I read your book Peak Erectile Strength Diet. The book and web site along with your suggestions are excellent! I am a fifty nine year old male and can relate to much of what you have to say. I am also a food scientist, who can also relate to very much of what you have to say.
 
But there is one part of your book which does concern me: it is the section on food preparation. Much of what I am doing is what you suggest, but I do have concern regarding the suggestion to buy low fat low salt sauces. Most of these items at the grocery store are not low fat or low salt.
 
What I do is make my own sauces with my own spice ingredients with no salt and no fat. I make big batches (5.8 gallons). It easily lasts for days and I freeze what is left. I use brown rice, quinoa, beans, lots of vegies and a bit of meat. The following are the spice mixes that I prepare:

  CAJUN GUMBO
Add Fresh Ginger and 1 heaping tablespoon Minced Garlic.
Paprika: 40 ml.
Black Pepper: 20 ml. 
Cumin: 20 ml.
Ground Mustard: 20 ml.
Thyme: 1 teaspoon.
Oregano: 1 teaspoon.

CHILI CON CARNE
Add Fresh Ginger and 1 heaping tablespoon Minced Garlic.
Crushed Chilli Pepper: 2 X 30 ml.
Cumin: 15 ml.
Oregano: 1 teaspoon.
Tomato paste: Two 5 oz. cans.
Cider Vinegar: 200 ml.

CURRY GUMBO
Add Fresh Ginger and 1 heaping tablespoon Minced Garlic.
Fenugreek: 60 ml.
Coriander: 30 ml.
Black Pepper: 15 ml. 
Cumin: 15 ml.
Ground Mustard: 10 ml.
Turmeric: 10 ml.

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Re: food preparation in the Pek Erectile Strength Diet
« Reply #1 on: May 08, 2012, 12:48:33 am »
6 gallons?  Wow - I think I like this bulk approach. 

Okay, I'm gonna try a few of these.  I've always love gumbo, so I've got a feeling I'm gonna love it.

Yeah, and thx for the tip.  You're right:  many (if not most) of the sauces are loaded with salt and it's easy to go overboard...

One mild caution:  I think it would be much better to add real tomato instead of the can of tomato paste to avoid the BPA.  Admittedly, one can every once in awhile probably isn't going to kill you, but at this point, I usually try to play it safe whenever I can afford it...

So question:  I shrewdly noticed that your name your name has 'food' and 'tech' in it.  Without revealing your secret identity, can we ask what you do in the industry?
« Last Edit: May 08, 2012, 12:50:19 am by PeakT »
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Re: food preparation in the Pek Erectile Strength Diet
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