Here is a list of preferred vegetables, while you can certainly add in others, these are the most yang and will provide the most benefit. I usually will select 5 or 6 from the list to make cooked vegetables in our pressure cooker.
Gold pearl onions
Red pearl onions
White pearl onions
Green onions or scallions
Daikon or white radish
Broccolette, brocolini or baby broccoli (but not regular broccoli).
Cauliflower stems (sliced finely so they cook).
COOKED VEGETABLES IN PRESSURE COOKER:
Roughly chop vegetables so they are all about the same size, about half inch cubes, this does not need to be precise.
Place them into your pressure cooker and add 1/3 cup of spring water.
Place the lid on, seal and pressure cook for 3 min.
Once done do a quick steam release and start blending with a vertical hand blender. You can make it chunkier by just pulsing a few times or smoother by blending longer.
Remove any excess liquid and enjoy. This can be reheated several times as needed.
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4 thoughts on “Cooked Vegetables in Pressure Cooker”
Have you eliminated the many leafy greens such as dandelion, etc. from your diet or are you consuming the greens raw? I understand some greens are high in oxalic acid and should not be eaten raw.
Do you have a preferred method for cooking veggies high in oxalic acid?
Thank you for your question. While I was dealing with active cancer I focussed on concentrated cooked vegetables to get the most minerals from them without needing to expend too much energy in the digestion process. Cooking the vegetables starts the digestion/breakdown process. I wanted to use all available energy (and I had very little at the time) to support the body in its efforts to rebalance itself. I did eat leafy greens but these were cooked in a pan with a little sesame oil or organic butter. I do not eat many raw vegetables apart from organic Microgreens that I grow myself.
Hope this helps!
I was diagnosed with lung cancer about two weeks ago, since then I heard about taheebo tea and ordered it. It came today and I followed the instructions on its preperation. Do I need to buy spring water or can I just use tap water? What can I expect from taheebo tea and my lung cancer??
Hi Norman. Sorry for the later reply!! You can use filtered water or spring water. I would not recommend tap water without filtering it a little. I cannot say what it will do for lung cancer, but it will support in eliminating Candida and boost your immune system among many other positives. You may want to start slow with just one cup of Taheebo tea per day for a couple days then slowly work up to 4-5 cups per day. Go up by one cup every two days until you reach your desired daily amount. Make sure to keep drinking spring water in addition to the tea, this will help support your kidneys and eliminate any toxins being released by the tea.