Rudabaega – Can we bake it in an oven?

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    nikki
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    Does adding spices to Rudabaega and baking it in an oven decrease the anti-fungal properties by any chance??

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    blakek89
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    nikki wrote: Does adding spices to Rudabaega and baking it in an oven decrease the anti-fungal properties by any chance??

    Adding spices like oregano, rosemary, and thyme would only increase the anti-fungal properties of the meal. Just about any spice/herb will benefit you on this diet, almost all are anti-fungal, and anti-microbial, or will benefit you through liver protection, etc.

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    blakek89 wrote:

    Adding spices like oregano, rosemary, and thyme would only increase the anti-fungal properties of the meal. Just about any spice/herb will benefit you on this diet, almost all are anti-fungal, and anti-microbial, or will benefit you through liver protection, etc.

    What about baking it in an oven along with chicken to 450 degrees??

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    blakek89
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    nikki wrote:

    Adding spices like oregano, rosemary, and thyme would only increase the anti-fungal properties of the meal. Just about any spice/herb will benefit you on this diet, almost all are anti-fungal, and anti-microbial, or will benefit you through liver protection, etc.

    What about baking it in an oven along with chicken to 450 degrees??

    @450 seems to me a bit to high, are you using cooking oils on the vegetables also? If so they could start smoking, which is not good. Are you cooking on Broil?
    Do you have a secondary oven to cook them in?
    Cook the roasted vegetables between 350-400, depending on the size that you cut, for 30-45 minutes.

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    Able900
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    Niki, you can bake or boil rutabaga but I wouldn’t overcook it either way as it may lose some of its antifungal properties. If you’ve not had it before, be careful about how much you have the first time as its antifungal properties are very powerful and can cause die-off.

    Able

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    nikki
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    yeah I am having it for the first time, I will bake it while baking coconut bread at low temperatures, to avoid over cooking.

    Thank you all

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