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3.15.2013

SWEET POTATO FRIES- CLEAN EATING


The US is infiltrated with genetically modified foods and amazingly our government does not enforce the labeling of these foods. Until government acts, the only option we have as consumers is to look at the produce sticker on fruits and vegetables and even that is not foolproof but is the best we have for now. Next time you go shopping looks at your produce stickers. Notice the stickers on fruits and vegetables have a 4 or 5 digit code.


If your produce sticker has...
4 digits, it indicates conventionally grown, but not organic produce.
5 digits, and begins with a 9, it indicates organically grown produce.
5 digits, and begins with an 8, it indicates genetically modified produce.
This sweet potato's produce sticker says "94091"; it is organically grown.

Just remember...
Five digi 9, is mine!
Five digi 8, I hate!
4 is a bore!

I love this video..."These things are a painting, they are not the painter. These things are a design, not the designer."

SWEET POTATO FRIES- CLEAN EATING
Serves 2

1 large sweet potato
olive oil
garlic flakes, dried
onion flakes, dried
salt
pepper
Place the baking pans in the oven and preheat oven to 450 °F.
Cut the sweet potato up into whatever size you like, I prefer shoestring because I like them thinner and not as soft.
 Put all the sweet potato pieces in a bowl and drizzle with a little olive oil (about a tablespoon), sprinkle with garlic flakes, onion flakes, salt and pepper. Toss to coat.
 Pull out the hot baking sheets and working quickly spread the fries out so are in one layer and don't touch. Bake for 15-20 minutes or until golden brown.

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