Pasta is such a versatile food, it’s no wonder it’s so popular. A survey conducted by the National Pasta Association found that 77% of Americans eat pasta at least once per week. Used as a side dish or main entree, eaten hot or cold, topp... Read more
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Can you boil water? Then you can make whole grains a part of your diet. Whole grains are delicious and nutritious, supplying vitamins, minerals, protein and fiber. And there are many varieties to choose from besides the all-too-common wheat, oats and... Read more
Many people choose to eat salads because they’re healthy, filling and simple to make. But there’s more to salad selection than what meets the eye; if you think about it, you can tell a lot about a person by the type of salad they choose!... Read more
Although everyone's preferences differ, it's nice to have some staple foods on hand to make quick and tasty dishes that are good for you, too. So what do the experts behind SparkPeople.com keep in their own refrigerators? See what they stock... Read more
Hi, I've changed my diet to a gluten free based diet and I am keen to utilise quinoa as a rice substitute in meals but twice now I've cooked it and just can't seem to get it right. First time, as per instructions 5:1 water to quinoa for 25 minutes, c... Read more
My name is Vanessa and I am about to start my fitness regimen once again. For some reason I cannot go the whole year without stopping. THIS is MY year. I am NOT going to stop. I want to be able to see what my body can do and of c... Read more
As an aspring vegan, I know quinoa is a great way to add a complete protein to my diet. And so from time to time, I have it added to the "super salad" I can get at my company cafeteria.
I'll eat it, but I can't help thinking when I look at my s... Read more
Here's how we cooked it!
We boiled it with water till cooked.
Then we stir fried minced garlic, shallots and bird's eye chillies. Then we put in sliced french beans, baby corn and cauliflower. Lastly, an egg, a bit of salt and chicken stock... Read more
When I was in my teens and 20s, I attracted a lot of unwanted male attention, esp from Malay guys! Used to drive me up the wall bcoz I definitely don't want their teasing! And I don't want anything to do with them!
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I saw CocoMama Quinoa ready to eat cereal at Whole Foods and was excited to give it a try. I'm not a huge fan of Quinoa but the flavors, Cinnamon Banana and Wild Blueberry sounded sooo good. Tried it...not so much. The cereal is overly sweet and t... Read more
I LOVE poached eggs for breakfast and a fast and easy way to poach them is in the microwave. I get a bowl and fill it about 1/3 with water and heat it for 2 minute in the microwave. I then crack open two eggs into the water and microwave for anothe... Read more
For anyone struggling with weight issues due to insulin resistance, diabetes, PCOS, and hypoglycemia. Diet Health Benefits also help reduce HBP, Cholesterol, Triglycerides, & Liver Enzymes.
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The dailySpark reader AHHGEE recently asked about quinoa.Quinoa is turning up everywhere these days. This little grain, while still relatively unknown in North America, has been around since ancient Inca times, when warriors reportedly mixed quinoa w... Read more
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