Waste or mistakes never happen in a farm kitchen.....only future animal or plant food.

October 5, 2011

Goat and Coconut Peach Stew

Layer in a crock pot: (recipe fits a 4 quart size)

Goat "stew" meat (approx 1 lb, mine was still frozen)
A can of sliced peaches (use commercial or home canned, avoid HFCS)
2 cans coconut milk (Golden Star has NO stabilizers or added gums.)
4-6 TBS unflavored gelatin
A few TBS Cane Sugar and Cream of tartar mix
A few TBS of vinegar ( I used rice)
Salt to taste
A dash of cinnamon
A dash of red pepper flakes
Sweet Potatoes (Cubed, optional) ****

Set crock pot to low and cook for hours on end....about 12 hours.

I set if before going to bed and enjoyed a nice, hot and hearty meal for breakfast.  I would have had a pot of rice already made too, but I couldn't find the rice cooker.

****I found a bag of frozen sweet potatoes in the bottom of the freezer drawer. I don't really recommend them, they are a bit of a disappointment compared to ones you cook yourself.  They almost totally dissolved in the broth, making for a nice color, but I don't think I would even know they were in there if I hadn't put them in myself.

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1 comment:

  1. This seems like a delicious Recipe.
    Seeing your recipes I gather you're eating a Ray Peat inspired diet? with sugars&starches alltogether?

    I don't know how old you are and if you exercise or just work plain hard at the farm,but due to 'my history' and the various 'supposedly healthfood&medical scenes' I've gotten so much issues regarding foods/macros/regular mealpattern /exercise/feeling like never doing enough sometimes too good/strong (kinda related to my past'.

    Would it be ok to contact you,though I also don't want to bother you with my 'ranting' but I could also use some advice as I have battle with lots of practical/how to go about it all preparingwise and also inspirationwise as I regularly don't know what to eat anymore, issues to?