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Tofu Stir-Fry with Lime and Vinegar 

Coconut oil
One clove of garlic
Ginger, about the same amount as the garlic
Green Onions
One cup pre-cooked rice
Tofu
Half a lime
Dash of vinegar
Soy sauce to taste
Salt to taste
Pepper to taste

Mince the garlic and the ginger. Slice the green onions into small rings. Cut the tofu into cubes and let it drain. Have the rice at hand. Heat the pan then let the coconut oil melt. It should just barely cover the bottom of the pan. Saute the garlic and ginger together until golden brown, then add the green onions. As you add ingredients, stir to avoid burning. The garlic will spoil the flavor if it burns. Add the dash of vinegar, the rice, the soy sauce, and the tofu. Squeeze the lime into the pan. Add lime zest if desired for extra flavor. Continue stirring until the ingredients are mixed well and the tofu is cooked to your taste. This generally makes enough for me to eat in one sitting. Use more ingredients and a larger pan for more. You could add green, red, or orange peppers, eggs, chicken, bean sprouts, etc. This is basically a variation on fried rice. 



Peach Bread Pudding

2 cups of milk
2 eggs
dash of salt
1/2 cup brown sugar
large dash of cinnamon
bread that you don't want to use for anything else (can be gluten free if you need). I like using french bread that's too stale to eat. 
1 can of peaches

Break the bread into bits and lay it in a 9x9 pan. Place the sliced peaches evenly around the pan. 

Set aside. 

Blend the milk, eggs, salt, brown sugar, and cinnamon together.
Pour the mixture over the bread and peaches.
I put the pudding in the fridge for tonight. I'll cook it tomorrow, probably for about 45 minutes, maybe a bit less, maybe more, at 350 Fahrenheit. I will update here with details once I know how long it takes. It turned out well, and I think it took around 45 minutes. Mainly, just bake until it's not *too* gooey. It will be soft, however.