Lentil Veggie Loaf Recipe For A Gerson Diet


Lentil Loaf Recipe For A Gerson Therapy DietIt’s natural to have a craving for all the holiday comfort foods you’ve enjoyed over the years, especially since many families have long-standing traditions based around certain dishes. However, it can lead some patients to fall into a negative attitude by focusing only on all the foods they can’t eat. With that in mind, Gerson Institute has created a short holiday-themed e-book which focuses more on what someone following the Gerson Therapy CAN eat. This recipe comes from that e-book.

Lentil Veggie Loaf

Ingredients:
•2 cups cooked lentils, red or green
•¼ cup fresh parsley
•1 ½ cup eggplant, diced
•1 yellow onion, finely diced
•¾ cup beets, grated with food processor
•¾ cups carrots, grated with food processor
•1 cup celery, finely diced
•3 cloves garlic, minced
•1 ½ cups cooked brown rice
•Pinch of thyme, chopped
•Pinch of rubbed sage, chopped
•Pinch of tarragon, chopped
•1 teaspoon lemon juice

Serving Size: 3-4

Directions:
•Blend ¾ of lentils, parsley, and eggplant together with submersion blender or in food processor.
•Mix with remaining ingredients, form into loaf shape, and put into baking dish.
•Bake covered low at 300-325 degrees Fahrenheit for approximately 45 minutes.
•Uncover and baste with Golden Sauce or Tomato Sauce.
•Bake another 30 minutes.
•Serve with extra sauce.
Variations:
•Yams or parsnips may be substituted for eggplant.
•Use a red onion instead of yellow.
•Add one small diced bell pepper.
•Substitute 1 cup of oats for the rice.
Recipe Source: Gerson.Org
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