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GLOBAL WORD CHEF

The Ordination Of The Plant

Plants like to be eaten. There’s no pain in it for them. They enjoy entering your system as food, medicine and nutrients to make you strong, efficient and happy to be alive.

That’s fun for them. They’re fulfilling their purpose. When you mix them with animals in your gut they rebel. They don’t want any animal taking away what they are preordained to do for you.

Plants have the keys to all your cells and they are working them. They strut for you. Take me. Take me. I’m the best. I can do for you what no animal can. We’re a perfect fit. I want to be the one you choose.

Animals don’t want you, we do. Animals resist when you hurt them. You can’t hurt us. And by the way, stop hurting them. We’re here for them too, to make them strong, efficient and happy to be alive.

Stop getting your food signals mixed up. They’re not begging you to kill and eat them. We are the ones begging you to pick us. That’s one of our most important functions and missions: to continue the growth of plant-eating species.

Say no to animals and yes to plants for a stronger, more efficient, happy to be alive person!

We have roots, animals don’t. That’s what differentiates us as food.






 

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GLOBAL WORD CHEF

Why Fool With The Perfect Foods?

A plant is a plant and an animal is an animal. Right now, meat means either animal or plant. Eventually, and that day will come, animals will no longer be considered food on this planet, so the term meat will refer to the main part and/or texture of whatever plant is under discussion.

Ever notice that no one has tried to make an animal taste and texture like a plant? For instance, make a cow look, taste and texture like a tomato? Why fool with the perfect foods? Why would anyone want to take an animal and transform it into something that tastes and textures similar to a plant?

We do that though in a round about way. We use plant sauces to cover the bad taste of flesh and blood. We mix veggies and fruits and nuts and grains and legumes, spices, herbs, oils with all kinds of animal products to cover the taste of the animal.

Even when we want just the raw segment of animal muscle to eat, we usually marinate, rub, sear, char/boil/bake/roast it in very specific ways in able to stomach it. It’s not that we don’t like tomatoes, it’s that they already exist in a perfect form and nobody has guilt over eating them, so why try to replicate a tomato using cow tissues?

Eating animals does not come natural to the human species. It just doesn’t. We’re not quick enough on our feet or with our hands, we don’t possess the teeth to chew a raw whole animal, nor do we possess the digestive tracts necessary to support the consumption of the whole animal, as whole food enthusiasts want you to think.

Bones, hair, nails, all the other junk that a breathing, feeling Holy Being consists of – are not meant for human consumption. It doesn’t matter if a snake eats a rat, which has always been your justification for eating the snake and the rat. Snakes eat humans too, so guess that makes it okay for you to do the same.

No it doesn’t.

Just because you get away with murder, doesn’t make murder right. Eating animals is murder. Premeditated murder.

To make you stop murdering other beings deserving of life, we can make you plant food that tastes and textures similar to the animals you slaughter. How about that?

In lieu of a prison sentence, you go free and we’ll reward you with plant food specifically designed to satisfy your sadistic urges absent the suffering of your victims.

I say take it.

Chef Davies-Tight






 

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AFC CHEESE PRODUCTS MY MIDDLE EASTERN SAFFRON SAUCES AND GRAVIES

Saffron Walnut Pesto

SAFFRON WALNUT PESTO

Made with fresh basil and mint, garlic and mustard, Almond Breeze AlmondMilk, Daiya Pepperjack Style Shredded vegan Cheese and extra virgin olive oil. A powerfully expressed avant-guarde version of pesto!

Makes 4-1/2 cups

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GLOBAL WORD CHEF

Foreign Foods In Foreign Lands

I don’t like French food in France. I don’t like Russian food in Russia. I don’t like Hawaiian food in Hawaii. I don’t like Asian food in Hawaii. I don’t like Italian food in Italy. I don’t like German food in Germany. I don’t like Mexican food in Mexico. I don’t like English food in Britain. I don’t like Dutch food in Holland (the Netherlands). I don’t like Swiss food in Switzerland. I don’t like Belgian food in Belgium. I don’t like Austrian food in Austria. I don’t like Finnish food in Finland.

I don’t like street food anywhere.

I like everything À la Sharon. My way not your way. My taste buds not yours. In the style and manner of me. Using ingredients I like from everywhere that I want them from, combined and cooked the way I like to combine and cook them, not according to your culture or your dried up used up old never going to work for me method. I don’t give a rat’s ass about your culture and how you dismember an animal dead or alive passed down from generation to generation of serial offenders.

I don’t like your bread unless it’s made in an American bakery – the way I like bread to be made, the way I like bread to taste and texture. I don’t want you to pound the dough on a rock with filthy hands you scratched your ass and the snot from your nose with, then sell it to me as authentic.

The only thing I want authentic is me – not your greasy, slimy, dirty, grown in toilet water garbage that you call authentic foreign food.

I don’t like the animal in anything.

So all you foreigners who eat insects, keep them out of the foods you sell to me, unbeknownst to me, because you made a deal with somebody in the USA government giving you permission to use products I don’t want in my food. We’ll make the people adjust was the plan.

Not this old lady. I don’t adjust to slaughter and filth and allergic reactions to shell insects – yeah that’s right. Shell fish. Shell insects, beetles, whatever the name du jour happens to be in any given year. Keep your allergy producing foods in your own country, in your own pantry. I don’t want them.

It’s about moving forward – not moving backwards, where we all return to the jungle to scrape the dirt with sticks to gouge up worms for snacks. Whose global planning idea was that?

Fire their asses.






 

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APPETIZERS BITES SIDE DISHES

CHARRED BRUSSEL SPROUTS

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CHARRED BRUSSEL SPROUTS

Fresh steamed brussel sprouts charred in a little extra virgin olive oil. Tossed with garlic, smoked paprika, fresh grind sea salt and black pepper. Served with Ball Park Mustard mixed with a little veggie mayo! Serve as hors d’oeuvre or side dish vegetable. Low fat!

Serves 6

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CREAMY DRESSINGS SALAD DRESSINGS VINAIGRETTE

FRESH BASIL GARLIC SALAD DRESSING

FRESH BASIL GARLIC SALAD DRESSING

with olive oil, pecans and maple syrup! Serve over fresh green salad of choice! Tastes like Caesar!

Makes 2 cups

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BEANS MAINS

WHOLE GRAIN MUSTARD BAKED BEANS

WHOLE GRAIN MUSTARD BAKED BEANS

with sauteed onion and chunky salsa. Seasoned with fresh rosemary and just a bit of cinnamon and allspice!

Makes 5 cups

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NUT BUTTERS & SPREADS

CREAMY CASHEW BUTTER II

CREAMY CASHEW BUTTER II

 For all those allergic to peanut butter and all those not. Creamy deliciousness and homemade too!

Makes 1 cup plus a little more

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BREAD ENGLISH MUFFIN MY ITALIAN SALADS

TOMATO ANTIPASTO BREAD SALAD

TOMATO ANTIPASTO BREAD SALAD

Ripe, juicy tomatoes combine with Eggplant Appetizer (caponata), sweet red roasted peppers, fried green peppers, Nicoise olives, pine nuts and sliced onion. Mixed with toasted English muffin cubes, then soaked in a pine nut, garlic and rosemary vinaigrette.  Wonderful!

Makes 12 cups

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BREAKFAST

FLUFFY GRITS

 FLUFFY GRITS

We’re taking the quick grit route with these breakfast grits. Cooked till fluffy, then topped with fried sweet red peppers, green grape tomatoes and garlic, followed by pan-fried Panko crumbs seasoned with fennel and sage. A dusting of cinnamon and sugar, a squeeze of fresh lemon and you have a breakfast that can be served as an entrée in any fine dining establishment!

Serves 4

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BREAKFAST

SUNRISE OVER MIAMI

SUNRISE OVER MIAMI

Fresh ruby red grapefruit topped with fresh pineapple wedges and fresh ginger, then drizzled with maple syrup and pomegranate blueberry juice!

Serves 2

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BREAKFAST

STEVE’S ANYTIME CEREAL

STEVE’S ANYTIME CEREAL

Multi-grain Cherrios (corn, rye, barley, wheat and rice) topped with dried apricots and prunes, fresh sliced banana and apple. Drizzled with almond milk and maple syrup! Sprinkle with cinnamon and dark cocoa for an added treat. Breakfast, lunch, dinner or anytime in between!

Makes 1 serving

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BREAKFAST

COMPACT COLD CHOCOLATE CEREAL

COMPACT COLD CHOCOLATE CEREAL

Your entire breakfast fits in your palm! Multiple grains, roasted processed peanuts, ruby red grapefruit juice, almond milk and mixed dried fruit bits. Flavored with dark chocolate and vanilla! The perfect refrigerated cereal. Needs nothing but for you to eat it!

Makes 7-1/2 cups