|laceblade (laceblade) wrote,|
@ 2012-12-25 11:51 am UTC
1) I'll accept recipes of any skill level, but it might be helpful to know that my cooking skills are pretty rudimentary thus far. This means incredibly basic recipes would be very welcome!
2) I have a 3-cup pot.
3) Please DO keep in my eating restrictions! If you have a recipe that calls for any of the items below, feel free to post it in your journal or a cooking community. It won't be useful to me, though, so please keep it out of the comments.
Things I cannot have:
-Chocolate [carob chocolate is okay as a substitute]
-Caffeine of all amounts, this includes decaf coffee
-Citrus, citric acid, asorbic acid
-Milk, sour cream, cream cheese, cheddar cheese, a few other "real" cheeses (vegan substitutes = fine)
-Fried food, particularly greasy food (lo mein, fried eggs)
-Tomatoes, prepared in any fashion
-Raw onions, garlic, shallots, scallions
-Red meat, even if it's well-done (i.e., hamburgers, steaks, etc.)
-Most raw vegetables, especially broccoli, cauliflower
-Certain spices, regardless of "spiciness," i.e., lots of pepper, any amount of curry, cardamom/etc. Indian food, for example, is generally a "no."
-Sourdough/fermented breads (still questionable, but for sure "strong" sourdough = no. Probably won't matter for rice cooker recipes!)
4) Yes jesse_the_k, I did put The Pot and How to Use It by Roger Ebert on hold at the library.