Welcome to my delicious Oat Burgers post where you can quickly make a healthy substitute for animal meat burgers.
8 Cups Water
1 Cup Organic Tamari ( I use Bragg’s Aminos )
¼ Cup Grapeseed Oil
3 Tablespoons Onion Powder
1 Tablespoon Garlic Powder
1 Tablespoon Sage
¼ Cup Nutritional Yeast Flakes
8 Cups Organic Quick Oats
Bring all ingredients except the oats to a boil. Mix in oats, stir thoroughly. Turn off heat and let cool slightly to prevent burning your hands. Work quickly to prevent dough from hardening too soon.
Form into burgers with any circular kitchen tool you have. I have circular storage containers that I use. I have used canning jar rings in the past.
Bake at 400 degrees Farenheit for 15 minutes. Flip burgers and bake another 15 minutes.
Great on sandwiches with avocado and sprouts. You can also use in casserole dishes with a mushroom or tomato sauce.
It is sad that big corporate interests are more worried about their profits than the health of the people that consume the foods that they process from animals.
I decided to just eat white chicken meat until I was ready to give up chicken breasts. I used the same approach with turkey. Here is a link to some delicious recipes that are vegan. There is a search box where you can enter just about any kind of healthy vegan or vegetarian meal.
Over time as your taste buds change, you will not miss eating animal products. You will also feel better. As a matter of fact, you can get plenty of nutrition from a direct source. Ever notice how cows are grazing in the pasture all day long? If you eat meat from cows, you are getting protein and nutrition from a secondary source. I am grateful that I know eating animal food is not healthy so I ask people do you eat red meat to see if they are interested in getting healthier.
Cows graze pasture lands and eat greens all day. By taking organic greens yourself, you get the protein directly from the plant. Try our organic Caldera Greens and you will have abundant energy all day. Our greens are grown in Utah in soil that is rich in fulvic acid and minerals. The farmer that grows these grasses also processes the product for us.
The farmer keeps the harvest temperature during processing below 88 degrees and that means all of the enzymes and nutrients are not burned off as the greens are dried into juice powders.
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It is my hope that this post about Oat Burgers has helped you on your journey to living a healthier life. Please share recipe variations other than the two casserole options I listed above in the comments section below.
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