But here's how I made it:
I just make this stuff like I do brown rice in the steamer. About half and half water-quinoa, put the timer to 60 minutes. It's easy to tell when it's done. It becomes a little translucent and there is a white ring around the grain.
This is super easy. Take a tablespoon or so of toasted sesame oil, a little water, one finely chopped garlic clove and toss it in a saute pan.
Cut stems off of fresh kale, and put greens in pan once oil is heated up. Saute kale until wilted, add a dash of soy sauce if desired, then saute 2-3 minutes until tender.
A little sesame oil, a choped up garlic clove and about a teaspoon of ginger paste in the pan. Heat, add mock duck, saute until browned.
Cut off ends, slice down middle, remove seeds. Then I oiled the halved with a bit of olive oil and set them in a casserole dish face down. Stuck it in the oven at 350 degrees F for about half an hour.
Throw it all together and you have a super tasty nutritious lunch!!!!!