We’ve made this dish butter-free and plant-based to bring the fantastic rich flavors of the south to Protective Diet Students across the globe. We are celebrating this popular dish that is traditionally enjoyed in the southern half of Louisiana as well as coastal Mississippi. Depending on where it is made, it can be flavored with either Cajun or Creole seasonings. The seasonings are similar, but the difference is in the darkness of roux made with butter and flour. I have found a way to cut the flour and butter and serve all the rich flavors to pay homage to both Creole and Cajun cuisines of the South. Serve this classic dish over rice with a side of crispy Garlic Toast and I guarantee you’ll be transported to the Deep South.
March 1, 2015, about 9 am. That moment is sealed in my memory. I ran into my esteemed co-worker Robinlee Garber in the hallway for the first time in months. My jaw dropped. I couldn’t believe how she looked! It wasn’t just that she clearly lost a significant amount of weight, but her skin glowed… Read more or comment “Joanne”
It is amazing how much better healthy food can taste when its prepared the right way. I enjoyed an outstanding Thursday night Football dinner with Julie and Jerry and was pleasantly surprised by how tasty their healthy food is. Thank you so much for sharing your knowledge and cooking for me Julie!
I am answering Julie’s challenge to post a pre-PD photo with a current photo. The photo on the left was taken exactly 3 years ago. The one on the right is from July this year. I began PD 100% on 11/29/15.
I have found the secret to health and weight loss! It’s Protective Diet! Today is December 23, 2018, and I’ve maintained my 75-pound loss for almost four years. On February 10, 2015, I began following Protective Diet. I was new to the Whole Food Plant-Based world. I was coming from a SAD diet. I… Read more or comment “I found the secret!”
When I came to Protective Diet three years ago I wasn’t very far from being 400 pounds at 379 lbs. I was wearing a 5X top and a 4X pant. I was taking two different meds for diabetes, I had high blood pressure, high cholesterol, GERD, uncontrolled asthma, allergies, and thyroid issues. I had been… Read more or comment “I have never felt better!”
Things are definitely happening after 18 days on PD. I love raisin bread and after finding out at our last PD-Ed class that Ezechiel brand is ok, my sister bought me some. I toasted it tonight and was so excited until I bit into it. Oh my gosh! It is so, so, sweet! I told… Read more or comment “Sheree B.”
I’m very proud of all members who have chosen to change from an unhealthy diet to a healthy eating lifestyle. I’m just starting all over again…..today, Nov 19, 2016. I was eating clean, not eating meat, exercising, drinking water, etc. etc. And then one day about three months ago, I decided to just eat a… Read more or comment “For My Health and Happiness”