Hi readers. I just devoured one of these and can testify there’s none better.
- When you make up your ground beef patties use onion powder as a flour to separate the patties. But first sprinkle on lime powder, coriander, black pepper.
- Thaw one Pattie and cook or grill it.
- Using two slices of low sodium sandwich bread paste on home-made catsup [no sodium] made from sweet peppers and rice vinegar blended and boiled.
- Prepare the bread surface with no sodium catsup below cilantro, chopped green onions and spinach leaves on one slice.
- If you like mustard, mix a tablespoon of mustard flour with equal amount of water and spread on the surface of the remaining bread slice.
- Place the meat, cooked to taste, on the bread with the spinach, cilantro, and green onion, then cover it all with the slice covered with mustard.
Beats hell out of traditional hamburgers and you only get the salt that came naturally in the ground beef, plus 30-60 mg of salt in each slice of bread.
Afterthought: If you don’t have an economical source for lime juice powder and onion flour [powder] you can buy it by the pound from www.FirehousePantryStore.com – the mixture of onion flour and lime juice powder is the absolute best substitute for salt I’ve found, bar none. Beats the stuff sold as salt substitutes such as wossname, Madam Upso Salt and Mr. Ersatz Sodium all to hell.
Posted in Food
Tagged beef, blood pressure, cardiac, catsup, cooking, cuisine, culture, food, hamburger, Health, humor, Life, lifestyle, low sodium, mustard, recipe, senior citizens, society, sociology
At least if I can.
This morning my blood pressure was 107/76, pulse 71 when I was about to take the pill some sawbones prescribed for me back in 1993. After I quit going to doctors getting those pills has been a considerable challenge. I was about to renew my passport so’s I could step across into Mexico to buy them instead of ordering them from wossname, India.
But I’ve been taking Serrapeptase, that silkworm spit enzyme about a month now, and Nattosomethingorotherase about a week now. Yesterday I noticed when I took my blood pressure for the first time in a longish while it was disgracefully low. High 80s over mid 60s, pulse high 50s.
My bp hasn’t been that low since I was 40 and able to run several miles trying to rid myself of pent up frustrations over being a white male in a society where everything is run by females and minority ethnics and a regular white male doesn’t have a chance to make nothing of himself.
Anyway, I’m going to be checking my blood pressure regularly, and unless it goes up enough to convince me I need those pills India and Mexico pharmaceutical industries can starve if they’re depending on my business to keep them going. I’m fairly patriotic that way.
Most doctors and other medicos are the fools of books and that guy who prescribed the stuff for me back in Nineteen-hundred-and-ninety-three probably never read the book saying silkworm spit is better.
Note: 10:10 am – 110/71 pulse 63. Still no Prinivil blood pressure pill taken – Normally I’d have taken it at 05:00 am. JP
Note @1600 – 4:00pm – BP 111/71, pulse 70.
Posted in 2013, America, Education, Senior Citizens
Tagged blood pressure, culture, Education, Human Behavior, humor, Life, lifestyle, medical, medicine, senior citizens, Serrapeptase, society, sociology, survival, technology
Good morning readers. Thanks for coming by for a read this morning.
Just playing catchup here. Posting a few items I’ve intended to mention for a while, but kept forgetting.
First, a while back I mentioned a kind of farm-fed Vietnamese frozen fish filets I got on one of those drama sales at HEB. Told you it was great fish, cheap, none of that on-the-brink fishy taste a person is liable to get buying fish.
Bought several packages since and what I said remains true. Striped Pangasius.
Secondly, if you’re troubled with awakening nights because of hand-grenades going off in your joints you might give this a try. I usually have to be troubled with it a dozen or so times before I remember to do it, but it might be months before it starts again. Usually when this Texas humidity goes ballistic.
I discovered sometime a long while back that when I eventually remember to do it, two grams of calcium pills per day for a week or two will cause it to stop. Mightn’t work for you, but it does for me. I just wish I could remember it sooner when the joints catch fire nights.
Thirdly, that taurine I told you about a while back I was taking to try to get off blood pressure medications didn’t succeed getting free of it. But the stuff’s so good in other ways I’m going to keep taking it when I can afford it.
Not much else going on here besides the sky full of humidity and hazy sunlight. I’m wondering whether there’s enough hot weather left to take the sheep shears to the long haired cats again. Wondering whether they’ll have time to grow a good coat back before the weather cools enough to make them wish they’d kept the fur.
Posted in 2012, America, Animals, Outdoors, Senior Citizens
Tagged animals, arthritis, blood pressure, cats, country life, fish, Health, Nature, pangasius, senior citizens, taurine