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MICHELLEXXXX
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1/27/13 7:19 P

I also like the following on green salads (individually or mix/match)(herbs/spices/sea salt/stevia added as desired):

vegetable/chicken/beef broth
cucumber juice
broccoli puree
fresh squeeze of lemon
salsa
carrot juice
apple puree
unsweetened almond milk



35BYMAY
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1/27/13 5:39 P

no prob :) me either until today... I used extra soft silken tofu, but next time I think I will get a little firmer, to make it even creamier :)



AZALEE
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1/27/13 5:33 P

I've never heard of that! Thanks for the share!



35BYMAY
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1/27/13 5:31 P

This may be old news to some, but today I discovered that silken tofu is a beautiful substitute for oil in salad dressings, rendering them virtually fat free while tasting like oily dressings! I made caesar salad dressing today, subbing the silken tofu for olive oil (and blending it with garlic, lemon juice, Worcestershire-or light soy if you want- parm cheese, salt and pepper) and I can't even taste any difference! sooo yummy... thought I would share if anyone else loves creamy dressings :)

Edited by: 35BYMAY at: 1/27/2013 (17:33)


 
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