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elkitty

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Posted: 23 Jul 2007, 00:22
Im confused Confused
When is it ok to start using some of the recipes in the EFS book?? Since it tells you what to eat for each cycle? help
Hedder52

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Posted: 23 Jul 2007, 15:57
That is a great question...I started today and some of the receipts look great! Also, what sorts of beans are you allowed to eat? All I can find is that you can't have baked beans, does that mean that everything else is ok to eat? (Re-fried?)Question
snjgushue

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Posted: 23 Jul 2007, 16:24
I have been eating all kinds of canned beans including refried ( fat Free)- they are basically just smashed pinto & pink beans with spices mixed in them. I also have found No Sugar Added,Fat Free baked beans from B&M sweetened with Splenda( Homestyle & Spicy). My weight loss has been consistant so I guess I'm alright- It's nice to have a change of pace sometimes.
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sparkysgirl

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Posted: 23 Jul 2007, 23:19
I started using some of the recipes right away. All beans, chickpeas, lentils are ok. Also all rice is ok except white. I buy all my stuff from a farmers type market where they have bins full of all kinds of combos. Also when the cycle lists having something like a combo of rice ,beans and veggies I combine the three and make a slow cooked soup using beef broth. Tonight I made a combo soup with lentils, country rice, fresh mushrooms, onions, zucchini and fresh carrots. It turned out great! Very Happy
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