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RIET69 SparkPoints: (47,087)
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4/26/13 10:36 A

I think people have given great suggestions. I think almost any way you make them, will be healthy. I love them tossed with olive oil, salt, pepper along with other root veggies like potatoes, carrots, red beets. onions. Makes a great dish.

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4/24/13 10:27 P

You can also just have them raw on salads. They have an amazing flavor that just adds a special touch to salads. emoticon

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BUUKWORM14 SparkPoints: (60,996)
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4/24/13 9:47 A

In stews, roasted with fennel and other veggies. I use them like carrots.

Height: 5' 11"
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Currently working and going to grad school. Given my stress level and time constraints (and with my doctor's blessing), I'm not trying to lose a lot of weight, just be healthy and not gain. Once I get my degree I'll pick things up again.

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4/23/13 8:40 P

Roast them in the oven with just a little olive oil and salt.
I like them this way along with other veggies roasting in the same pan.

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4/23/13 8:25 P

Put them in a non stick pan and spray with olive oil spray and cook until crisp.

CHERIJ16 SparkPoints: (92,325)
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4/23/13 6:17 P

I love parsnips but I have always fried them until they are crispy? Any suggestions to make them healthier would be appreciated. emoticon

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