Delicious but Odd Food Combinations

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Joined: Jan 11
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Posted: 03 Mar 2011, 00:01
I combine some foods that my friends think are WEIRD, but that they're too scared to try.

Post your odd snacks that you think deserve a try!

-Buttermilk and Tomato Juice- mix half parts of each. It has the yummy tang of buttermilk but not too thick and not all the calories.

-Pico de Gallo on Red Bell Peppers- cut the peppers into big triangle pieces and scoop up the pico. It's more refreshing than tortilla chips and salsa, and minuscule calories. You'll never switch back to Doritos! (Can you believe my coworkers won't try this one?)

Joined: Dec 09
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Posted: 03 Mar 2011, 00:21
pico de gallo and red peppers sound great...

Something I gave up that I loved was bagel, cream cheese with cheetos on No one try that one!! it ruins diets quickly!! Right up there with french fries dipped in chocolate milkshakes!

Honestly I can't think of any healthy treats that I randomly mix...It might be because the whole eatting better is new to me..I can say though that I love all things I can put chili paste on my green beans and most people wont try them because they can't take the heat.

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