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Apr 19, 2006

Category:Breakfast & Brunch
Cuisine:Soul Food
Prep Time:Less than 15 min
Special Considerations:Low Carb
We Americans eat entirely too much meat. Meat taste good to an extent but we need to work on not eating so much meat because it promotes cancer and a much shortened life. Getting into cooking the meatless natural food and eating that alkalizes your body,and in turn takes away our acidic blood which is the root of your having bad health and pain. So I eat meat but I am eating more fish and I am working on becoming a vegetarian, and youall do the same. This is a tastey and healthy rendition of the classic blt.
 Step 1. Toast one slice of bread if you can.
 Step 2. Put a flax based mayo on the toasted slice and the untoasted.
 Step 3.  Cook 5 slices of soy bacon from "morningstar farms" or another brand from the grocery or natural market.
 Step 4. put sliced round onions on the bottom slice,and then lettuce on top of the onion, and put lots of sliced orgainc tomatoes on top of the lettuce,as tomatoes has lycopene which is very good for you and it fights cancer
   step 5. add jalapeno peppers

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Posted: Wednesday April 19, 2006, 2:47 pm
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