B9 Stew



Occasionally the voice says it’s going to make stew. I like stew! According to the voice, this stew is packed full of  something called folic acid and things called b vitamins. I don’t know what they are but my head feels tingling when the voice eats these. I heard the voice telling another voice how to make it, so I made a note of it.

  • Olive oil
  • 1 x garlic clove
  • 1 x medium onion
  • 170g Spring Greens or Spinach, washed and sliced if using greens
  • 1 x courgette washed and sliced
  • 10 x chestnut mushrooms (peeled, washed and quartered)
  • 150g Puy Lentils (pre- soaked if required)
  • 500ml boiling water
  • 1tsbp marmite (more or less to taste and can be replaced with a stock cube)
  • Cornflour as required.

So here’s what the voice did:

  • Fry the onion and the garlic in the olive oil, until soft.
  • Add the mushrooms and courgette and fry for another couple of minutes
  • Add the puy lentils and the water.
  • Add the marmite or stock cube to taste
  • Add the greens or spinach
  • Simmer for 30 minutes, or as instructed on the lentil packet.
  • Before serving, thicken with cornflour as required.


I can only hear two voices at the moment, so I think this serves two, and me of course, but I have heard the first voice say they are very big portions. I try to get the voice to eat sausages with this stew. Sausages are almost as nice as strawberries.




Note from the voice: all vegetables and on occasion sausages, used in this recipe are from Riverford Organic. To find out more, click on the suppliers tab at the top of the blog.


4 thoughts on “B9 Stew

  1. Margot Kinberg says:

    Oh, Little Bean, it sounds as though those two voices are taking very good care of you. That stew is going to help you feel good and grow as you should. You are lucky to have those voices.


  2. Deborah says:

    It’s great that your head tingles like that, Bean. Sounds like the voice is helping you grow a wonderful brain, and you’re already so good at using it. I’m so impressed that you listened and got that recipe for us. It sounds yummy! Thanks for sharing. 🙂


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