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

•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

•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.
•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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