Since Don and I have been sharing our discoveries about the deleterious effects of salt, I thought I'd put up a recipe, sort of like an intermission from the regularly scheduled programming.
My goal is to create a Low-Sodium / Salt-Free Meats & Sweets meal plan and mini recipe book ~ independent of our Meats & Sweets ~ A High Vitality Diet, volume 2 due as soon as we can get back to it. I hoped to complete it this year, but it's likely it will not be available until 2022.
Anyway, on with the recipe.
|Kabocha squash looks like a pumpkin, but olive green, possibly with orange patches.|
Look for ones that are heavy for their size. They have a deeper orange, dense flesh.
If it's pale yellow inside, it's probably not a good one. It won't be as sweet.
I used 4 locally raised beef shank bones, which we had in our freezer. It produced enough Beef & Squash Stew for the two of us to enjoy for dinner for three days. You can adjust quantities as needed, to have enough for leftovers, or to feed a bigger family, or to have extra to freeze.
You will want to prepare this in a large, heavy bottom pot, like this 3 quart Lodge enameled cast iron dutch oven pot, (also shown below) which is a more affordable alternative to Le Crueset, which produces pricier but solid, lasting cast iron enameled cookware.
Beef & Squash Stew Recipe
|Beef & Squash Stew with steamed broccoli + baby bok choy seasoned with lemon and flax oil, |
Roasted Beet, Onion & Carrot, and grape juice ~ A high potassium, Meats & Sweets High Vitality Meal!