Everyday Entrees
Steamed Cabbage and Better Franks
1 head of cabbage cut in squares

8-10 homemade better franks

1 Tbsp oil 

1 cup or so of water

Lawry-like seasoning salt to taste

Steam cabbage in water and oil in a frying pan with a lid until the cabbage is somewhat cooked. Add sliced better franks and cook until cabbage is soft and most of the water is gone. . Serve warm.
Better Franks
½ cup almonds                                              1 tsp paprika
1 ¾ cup water                                                 2 tsp nutritional yeast 
1 tsp coffee substitute, Pero                                            ¼ cup oil                
½ can tomato paste, 6 ounce                                        1 tsp salt                 
1 tsp onion powder                                   1 tsp garlic powder 
2 tsp Lawry’s seasoned salt                            2 Tbsp Non-GMO soy flour
2 cups vital wheat gluten flour (more if necessary)

Blend all the ingredients together except the flour. Mix the flour thoroughly in a bowl. Add the blended ingredients quickly and mix by hand until stiff dough forms. Form into desired shape and bake at 350◦F on a prepared cookie sheet for 25-30 minutes. 

You can also wrap these in parchment paper and aluminum foil, twist them like a tootsie roll and then steam them in a little water in a 9x13 pan. (Note: These make a nice treat for camping if you cover with a very thin layer of camp bread and toast over the fire like a corndog.) 
Gluten-free option: increase almonds to ¾ cup and replace gluten flour with 1 cup quick oats and ¼ cup potato flour, ¼ cup tapioca starch, and ¼ cup bean, potato, or rice/millet flour. Add more flour if necessary to form franks. (This recipe is similar, but not quite the same.)
Baked Crinkle Fry Potatoes 
Scrub potatoes. Cut into French fry shapes with a crinkle cutter. In a bowl add about 3 Tbsp of olive oil. Add Lawry-like seasoning to taste. I like to use red potatoes and leave the skin on. Many of the nutrients and flavor in the potatoes is right next to, or in the skins. 

6 oz. tomato paste              ½ tsp salt 
2 Tbsp honey (more, to taste)         2 Tbsp lemon juice 
Garlic and onion powder to taste 
water, as needed 
You may blend this, but I often just mix it by hand thoroughly. Add water to the desired consistency. Freeze in between uses or use within a week. This may be put in a squeeze bottle if desired.
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