| Sea food is good or bad in weight loss?|
I need some sea food recipes which can be helpful in my weight loss journey. I like to eat. And due to my weight gain, I only want to take such kind of recipes which can give nutrition and no fat. So, ...
| This week's CSA challenge: Cabbage|
My CSA sent me a lovely head of red cabbage this week. I have nothing against cabbage, and I buy it from time to time when I have a specific need for it, but I'm not used to having it show up without ...
| Help me with my recipe|
Hi. I often eat a cereal bar/breakfast bar for brekky but hate the way that the supermarket brands are rather high in sugar, don't contain much actual nutritional value, and certainly don't have ...
| Artichoke Season, and A Caution|
It's artichoke season out here in California. My CSA brought me one this week-- that and fresh strawberries is an acceptable apology for the boatload of fennel they delivered recently. (On the other ...
| omg oopsies are delicious!!!!!|
u cant really even tell they are eggs. they kinda have a toast texture to them. but nowhere close to toast. i put tuna on these and would definately recommend them...if no one saw the post of mine with ...
| omg oopsies are delicious!!!!!|
I thought the recipe looked so good I would give it a try. Below you see my first attempt and they were absolutely fantastic. For these I used Garlic cheese and did not put any seeds in as I thought I ...
| low carb mozzarella sticks!|
10 string cheese grated parmesan cheese 3 eggs garlic powder italian seasoning oil for frying Cut your string cheese in half In a bowl mix the parmesan with some garlic powder and italian seasoning ...
| CSA challenge: Celery|
My CSA box contained a big bunch of celery this week. I can forgive them, I guess, since it also contained the first strawberries of the season. Other things in the box: two bunches of carrots, purple ...
| Quick and easy glazed carrots for one, even if you don't know how to cook|
I often hear people say that they don't know how to cook, or that cooking takes too long. Here's a stupidly easy side dish that even a novice cook can make with no problems. Ingredients that ...
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started by Hoser
, 2 years ago.
| What's your favorite Greek Yogurt?|
Hi everyone....I had some oral surgery a few months ago and made my forray into Greek Yog for the protein. I wasn't too concerned about calories at the time. After a couple weeks, I attempted to ...
| This week's CSA challenge: Fennel|
My CSA sent me not one, not two, but three bulbs of fennel this week. I guess it's my punishment for telling them never to send me radishes. They sort of kissed and made up by sending me both a ...
| Homemade Protein Bars and Energy Balls|
Hi, I made homemade protein bars the other day. I must say, they tasted much "cleaner" and it was nice knowing what was in them rather then eating a number of ingredients I couldn't even ...
| What to do with all these shallots?|
My CSA sent me: - A bunch of kale - Two bunches of carrots - Two bags of shallots That's a pound of shallots! A pound of shallots is only a little over 300 calories. I would typically saute them ...
| Pharmaceutical Grade Protein Powder|
I've been doing some research and trying to close the deal on a pharmaceutical grade protein powder. I have a few in mind, but wanted to solicit your recommendations and experiences. Thoughts?
| Anyone tried the new dry miracle noodles?|
They are called Kanten Pasta and made with agar. Just saw them at the low carb grocery in Canada. I have not had them but I am curious I have yam noodles frequently http://www.miraclenoodle.com/p...
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started by liv001
, 2 years ago.
| Oatmeal: Variations on a theme|
As I've written in the past, I love steel-cut oats for breakfast. Most people don't get enough fiber in their diets, but oats have 5g of fiber per serving, as well as 7g of protein. Here are ...
How to figure out a serving size for a recipe
Weighing it is the most accurate weight. Weigh your pan or whatever you are making it in before and after you cook. Subtract the weight of the pan and divide by 6. Unless it is something small that ...
on 25 Oct 16 06:22 AM
Lots of foods not included
How did you come up with the calories? Find whatever type of sandwich it is (tuna, Italian, or whatever) and adjust the "quantity" to match the calories. If you are wanting to actually create ...
on 25 Oct 16 06:19 AM
The only way I can access it on my phone is by clicking a meal to log food, and then scrolling over on the top to "Cook Book". Then you can click your recipe and see the details of that recipe.
on 24 Oct 16 12:18 PM
Prepping meals for the week
auroraioanid wrote: Please share real, practical techniques if you do that. I would like to understand how to. Extra fridge necessary? plastic boxes, how do you think it and organize 1-3 meals a day and ...
on 17 Oct 16 05:07 AM
Draglist Delights - Paleo/LCHF/Keto Foods
Thanks, WholeFoodNut. My pleasure. Enjoy the weekend!
on 16 Oct 16 12:54 PM