Eat to Live Cookbook Giveaway!


Recently, I was a finalist in a recipe contest over on www.drfuhrman.com. The winning prize was a Vitamix 5200 blender. Well, as I already have TWO Vitamix blenders, I planned to give away the prize should I win. Well, there is a lucky winner out there and it was not me BUT the folks at Dr. Furhman decided to give all of the finalists a signed copy of Eat to Live the Cookbook. I am pretty familiar with how the Doc likes all Nutritarians to eat after working with him for a couple of years on a few different projects so I have decided to have a Cookbook Giveaway!!
Thats right! And everyone is a winner with the recipe for G-Bombs Burgers! (below)
This is the first time I'm having an official BLOG giveaway and I have enlisted the folks at Rafflecopter. Let's hope it works! You have from Midnight tonight (Feb 7, 2014) until Midnight on Sunday (Feb 9, 2014) Here is the link:

http://tinyurl.com/mz4loh2


Fingers crossed all of the details, agreements, and questions are there!

Good luck everyone!


  1. Sláinte!
  2. G-Bombs Burger
    MiMi McGee
     15
     30 minutes
    2 1/2 cups rolled oats
    2 cups cooked brown rice
    3 pounds chopped frozen spinach (thawed & lightly drained)
    5 tablespoons ground flax seed
    10 tablespoons water (mix water with flax meal to make flax eggs)
    2 cups chopped mushrooms
    10 ounces (2 medium) cooked sweet potatoes
    1 cup mashed cooked beans (we use kidney - either white or red)
    1 cup sunflower seeds (soaked and sprouted if you desire)
    1 cup or 1 large red onion, diced small
    3 tablespoons a blend of onion powder, garlic powder, paprika, sage, oregano to taste OR
    3 tablespoons of your favorite NO SALT spice mixture such as Dr. Fuhrman's Vegizest or Matozest. We use different Frontier blends to flavor the patties different ways.

    Mix ingredients together and allow to sit, preferable overnight. Pulsing part of mixture in a food processor blends the ingredients nicely and can make the patties easier to form.

    Form into patties. I make mine with a 3 ounce scoop and a canning jar lid for uniformity however you can use a burger mold or just use your hands!

    Place on baking sheet lined with silpat or parchment paper. Bake in 400 degree (non-convection) oven for 18 – 20 minutes per side.

    Baste patties with optional miso-glaze if desired while flipping. Make glaze from 1 tablespoon of your favorite low sodium miso mixed with 1/2 cup hot (not boiling) water. Leave off miso if lower sodium is desired.

    Makes 30 (3 ounce) patties. I figured a serving was 2 patties per person. I use at least 3 tablespoons of herbs, seasonings but it varies depending on the flavor I'm going for. This is why I recommend the Frontier (or Dr. Fuhrman's own)
    CALORIES 213; PROTEIN 10g; CARBOHYDRATES 30g; TOTAL FAT 7.7g; SATURATED FAT 0.9g; SODIUM 102mg; FIBER 8.4g; BETA-CAROTENE 8174ug; VITAMIN C 4mg; CALCIUM 165mg; IRON 3.7mg; FOLATE 160ug; MAGNESIUM 154mg; ZINC 1.9mg; SELENIUM 9.6ug