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21 Days: Daniel Fasting // DAY NINE

Amaazing! I made meatless chili with baked (ok, microwaved!) potatoes! And it was amazingly good. Something about chili, it's just an amazing dish. I was just sitting down stairs, and it was freezing. So, I decided to cook in order to warm myself up, and what better way to warm me than a nice bowl of chili. And then, I have this big bag of patatoes that I need to use, and then it hit me!

Chili & Potatoes1 can of chili beans
1 can of chili tomatoes
1 TB spoon of minced garlic
Sprinkle of cinnamon
Sprinkle of sage
Sprinkle of creole seasoning
1 carrot cut into slices
4 small-medium potatoes
Salt & Pepper to taste

So, I added the cinnamon, which was a very good idea! My cravings for sweets are gone! I have this thing, I always want to eat something sweet when I am done with my meal. I put the potatoes on a glass plate, poked holes in them, poured 1/2cup of water over them, then sprinkled salt over them. I cooked them in the microwave for about 13min total, but not all at once.

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