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Kale Adobo

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Adobo is a very fragrant dish, a traditional specialty from the Philippines.
It brings together a protein or vegetable cooked with a lot of onions, garlic, soy sauce and bay leaves.

A childhood staple and inspired to explore the best of the BTD, why not try kale adobo?
Kale is a superfood which is cancer beneficial for blood types AB & O and Diabetes beneficial for types B & O!
Soy sauce is essential to this dish, but i like to use tamari, a great option that remains very close to soy sauce and which does not contain wheat.

Kale adobo is a great vegetarian meal, it could also be a great side dish to a protein.

Easy
Make in 30 minutes
Serves 1-2

PREPARE THE VEGGIES

  1. Peel and finely slice the onion.
  2. Wash and strip the kale from any tough veins, keeping the soft leaves. Massage the leaves to tenderise them for a couple of minutes in a bowl. 

COOK IT

  1. In a pan, sweat the onion and the garlic with the clarified butter until golden.
  2. Add the kale to the onion. Lower the heat. Cook for at least 10 minutes until leaves are softened.
  3. Add the tamari and reduce the juices for a couple of minutes.

SERVE
With a side of rice.
 

BREAKDOWN
For blood type A: Kale, onion, garlic and tamari are beneficial. Clarified butter, bay leaves and rice are neutral.

For blood type B: Kale, is beneficial. Clarified butter, onion, garlic, bay leaves, tamari and rice are neutral.

For blood type O: Kale, onion, garlic are beneficial. Clarified butter, bay leaves, tamari and rice are neutral.

For blood type AB: Kale and garlic are beneficial. Clarified butter, onion, bay leaves, tamari and rice are neutral.

6 Cups kale, chopped
1 Medium onion, finely sliced
1 Tsp clarified butter
2 Bay leaf
2 Garlic cloves, sliced
2 Tbsps tamari
2 cups steamed white or brown rice

recipe tip: 
I like to liberally sprinkle gomasio everywhere! But careful, no sesame seeds for types B & AB!
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