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PLUSNOMORE5
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8/15/11 12:59 P

have heard that roasted broccoli is also good but have not yet tried it.



JAOTTO
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8/15/11 12:12 P

Baked Kale is good.



XANADUREALM
Posts: 7,235
8/13/11 11:09 A

My favorite food is chicken leg quarters sprinkle with herbs & spices then bake skin side down at 350 for 30 minutes, then turn skin side up and bake another 30 minutes. One day I will have chicken with veggies or another day I cut the meat off sprinkle with some spices and add 1Tablespoon ranch dressing or any mayo or salad dressing. Mix then top with lettuce and salad garnishes.





BREWZOO5
Posts: 113
8/12/11 9:45 P

One of my friends at work has been doing that with the Kale. I am definitely going to have to get some and try that. It sounds yummy.



PLUSNOMORE5
Posts: 4,577
8/12/11 6:16 P

Baked Kale is awesome! cut up kale on a cookie sheet. sprinkle with olive oil and salt. bake 6-8 min at 350-400. tastes as good as potatoe chips but much healthier!



BREWZOO5
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8/11/11 9:52 P

Over the past two weeks I have been trying something new. I have prepared each of my meals with fresh vegetables, fresh fruits, and any meat I use is fresh meat. I have completely stayed away from processed foods all together.
This really wasn't intentional, as I was really trying to stay away from wheat products and gluten for a while. In doing so, I have found that the fresh foods are the easiest to use when cooking and preparing meals and staying gluten and wheat free.

I have noticed big changes in how I feel and how quickly I fill up on these foods with NO real feeling of being hungry. I've read that this happens when you stop eating the wheat/bread due to the fact that you don't crave it as much.

Anyway, I was wondering if anyone had favorite meals or recipes that use fresh foods and avoid wheat....

Please share.

Edited by: BREWZOO5 at: 8/11/2011 (21:53)


 
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