1. This is the first year mock vaccines have been used to gain FDA approval. Mock vaccines are made to gain approval of the manufacturing method and then the prevalent virus strain in circulation is added just days before it is actually placed into use. Don’t subject your children to experimental vaccines. Yes, these vaccines have been tested on healthy kids and adults, but they are not the same vaccines your children will be given. Those children with asthma, allergies, type I diabetes, etc. are at greater risk for side effects. Children below the age of 2 years do not have a sufficient blood–brain barrier developed and are subject to chronic brain infections that emanate into symptoms that are called autism. Toddlers should not be subjected to injected viruses.
2. The vaccines from different manufactures possibly come with different additives (called adjuvants) and manufacturing methods. The two flu inoculations may be derived from a multi-dose vial and in a crisis, and in short supply, it will be diluted to provide more doses and then adjuvants must be added to trigger a stronger immune response. Adjuvants are added to vaccines to boost production of antibodies but may trigger autoimmune reactions. Some adjuvants are mercury (thimerosal), aluminum and squalene. Would you permit your children to be injected with lead? Lead is very harmful to the brain. Then why would you sign a consent form for your kids to be injected with mercury, which is even more brain-toxic than lead?
3. Over-vaccination is a common practice now in America. American children are subjected to 29 vaccines by the age of two. This means a little bit of disease is being injected into young children continually during their most formative years! Veterinarians have backed off of repeat vaccination in dogs because of observed side effects!!!!. Modern medicine has no explanation for autism, despite its continued rise in prevalence. Yet autism is not reported among Amish children who go unvaccinated.
Now getting back to the recipe of Quesadilla,
A quesadilla is a Mexican snack food made of cheese (and occasionally other ingredients) on a folded corn tortilla and cooked until the cheese melts. The word comes from Spanish, and literally means "cheese tortilla".
I used brown rice tortilla which is gluten free and whole grain, and used kidney bean, onions, green pepper and some firm tomatoes. This is just not a snack, but is a very kid friendly lunch box dish. You can substitute the kidney bean to black bean or anything of your choice.
Tortilla – 2(I used brown rice tortillas)
Onion – 1 small(chopped into small pieces)
Bell pepper – 1 small(chopped into small pieces)
Plum tomato – 1
Cooked kidney bean or black bean – 1/2 cup(I added salt to this when cooking for a better taste)
Red chili powder – 1/2 tsp or to your taste
Cumin powder – 1/2 tsp
Vegetarian cheese(without animal rennett) – 3/4 cup
Oil – 3 tsp
1) Heat a pan, add a tsp of oil and saute all the vegetables in high heat adding red chili powder and cumin powder on high heat for 3 to 4 minutes and remove.
2) Heat a iron griddle, apply a tsp of oil on both sides of quesadilla and cook one side.
3) Now place the other uncooked side on the griddle, and spread half of the cheese throughout the tortilla.
4) Once the cheese melts, add the cooked veggies and fold the tortilla mid way to form a half circle and remove from heat.
5) Using a pizza cutter, cut midway to form wedges and serve with salsa of your choice.
Note – Instead of folding the tortilla mid way, you can cover the tortilla with veggies and cheese and another tortilla and turn and cook the tortilla which you had used for covering. But i find the method described in 4 easier than using two tortillas in the busy mornings.
1) This dish goes to Say-Cheese event hosted by Saraswathi of Sara's corner.
2) This also goes to MLLA-17 hosted by SRA an event started by Susan.
3) This also goes to Cooking for Kids-Veggies & Fruit hosted by Lakshmi and started by Sharmi of Neivedyam.
4) This also goes to Food for 7 Stages of Life - Kids Special Event hosted by Radhika.