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63KEEPONGOING SparkPoints: (13,397)
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2/7/13 4:59 P

3 Bean Taco Soup

PFARRAR65 SparkPoints: (37,141)
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Posts: 1,156
2/7/13 4:53 P

grilled veggies

MILLIE5522 SparkPoints: (44,238)
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2/7/13 4:33 P

Almond milk....does that count as food?

COSMOJINX Posts: 178
2/7/13 4:22 P


ASHMELEE4 Posts: 11
2/7/13 4:12 P

Lentils. Mmm...

GEVANS7 SparkPoints: (278,011)
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2/7/13 2:39 P


NORWOODGIRL SparkPoints: (204,154)
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2/7/13 2:34 P

sweet potatoes

RASIRE Posts: 285
2/7/13 1:24 P

broccoli rabe

GRACED777 Posts: 4,348
2/7/13 1:18 P


MKMMARTY Posts: 6,563
2/7/13 12:47 P

the newest food was a red bean rice cake from the Asian market

FIRECOM SparkPoints: (0)
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2/7/13 12:33 P

My problem stems from the fact that I have not found a food that I DONT like. Having said that, one that was surprisingly and unexpectedly good is Kale.

PENNYSAVER2 SparkPoints: (144,018)
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2/7/13 11:58 A


ARUSHING2 SparkPoints: (0)
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2/7/13 11:40 A

Genuine, traditional, regional foods of Mexico . . . some may believe that they might match them, but they can NOT be surpassed! Love it all very much.

JVOLL1234 SparkPoints: (457)
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2/7/13 11:35 A


KCLEVELAND5678 SparkPoints: (13,628)
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2/7/13 10:43 A


DIETER27 Posts: 8,810
2/7/13 10:37 A

i tried spaghetti squash, quinoa, bok choy, scallions. I also incorporated greek yogurt into my diet.

TIG123GER SparkPoints: (77,547)
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2/7/13 10:10 A

Since my husband and I started trying to eat more vegan/vegetarian, I've incorporated couscous, falafel, hummus, tabouleh, and greek yogurt into my diet. I've always been really picky and very mainstream on food so the "unusual" is new for me but I've been enjoying trying new things.

ANGHARAD3 Posts: 966
2/6/13 9:47 P

I unknowingly ate some delicious frog legs.

CLOWNPANTS SparkPoints: (1,355)
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2/6/13 2:30 P

I recently tried spaghetti squash. LOVE IT.

SWEETNHOT Posts: 526
2/6/13 2:27 P

whole wheat pasta, now i don't even like white.

MWOODS21 Posts: 505
2/6/13 1:15 P


CANSHEDOIT SparkPoints: (373)
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2/6/13 1:05 P

Broccoli slaw. Same as cole slaw but with the 'stalk' of the broccoli (the part nobody ever seems to want to eat) julienned. Use no sugar mayo, olive oil and pepper. Easy!

LAURAGUY14 Posts: 195
2/6/13 11:12 A

It was years ago, but.... hummus. It looked scary and unknown to me, but I love it now!

BRANDIW7 SparkPoints: (35,985)
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2/6/13 9:41 A

Brussel sprouts. I never had them when I was younger, but I just recently tried them, and they aren't bad. They still aren't my favorite vegetable, but they taste okay, and they add some variety to my meals.

LOUNMOUN Posts: 1,334
2/6/13 9:36 A


LYNN955 Posts: 701
2/6/13 5:42 A


THROOPER62 Posts: 33,745
2/6/13 5:19 A


GUITARGAL2 Posts: 1,983
2/6/13 5:02 A


RUBENB2003 Posts: 14,837
2/5/13 11:56 P

Tried Greek Yogurt Dip Jalapeno dip. I liked it.

CATIEBELLE Posts: 7,707
2/5/13 11:54 P

shirataki noodles

JFGWIFE SparkPoints: (21,945)
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2/5/13 11:36 P


MISSMARGAR SparkPoints: (1,881)
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2/5/13 11:21 P

JalapeƱo Greek Yogurt Dip.

PCASEY7 Posts: 2,899
2/5/13 11:10 P


JIACOLO SparkPoints: (538,920)
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Posts: 29,393
2/5/13 11:08 P

quinoa and farro

ETHELMERZ Posts: 19,246
2/5/13 11:03 P

Bread pudding, used to cry when they served it in the cafeteria when I was a kid, because they forced me to eat it...................

GEOFROG SparkPoints: (346,550)
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2/5/13 10:49 P

Yogurt, I use to hate it but now I like it, especially the berry types.

JANIEWWJD SparkPoints: (555,056)
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2/5/13 8:07 P

I recently learned to like egg plant and mushrooms.

HOLLYM48 Posts: 18,076
2/5/13 6:45 P

Different kinds of beans and lots of different recipes with beans in them.

JUSTKLH Posts: 1,489
2/5/13 6:33 P

Brussel sprouts. I had them once as a kid and didn't like them. Recently I roasted them with olive oil, lemon, and garlic and loved them

2/5/13 3:42 P


MARTINE08 SparkPoints: (52,108)
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2/5/13 3:20 P

persian cucumbers with chipotle hummus..... yum

YOJULEZ SparkPoints: (15,981)
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2/5/13 3:15 P

Sweet potatoes. I had only really had the canned kind in the super sweet thanksgiving casserole, but once I had some regular ones roasted, or as fries, I really like them.

TAMMY, for meatballs, why not make a whole bunch of your own, and then freeze them? Anything you can make yourself will be a lot better than buying premade from a store.

SONICB Posts: 4,375
2/5/13 1:30 P

Edamame! They are so addictive.

MANDIETERRIER1 Posts: 17,406
2/5/13 1:25 P

Brussels sprouts, I am so surprised.I didn't like them when I was younger.

I cube my eggplant and toss it with marinara. Then melt some mozzarella on top. My family doesn't miss that it is not deep fried

TAMMYSUE21 Posts: 326
2/5/13 1:11 P

XANGEL - Do you make your own turkey meatballs or buy frozen? We can't eat redmeat in our house due to heart disease and I can't find any frozen that we like. My friend made us some homemade ones, I guess I could get her recipe, but every now and then I like something quick! Thanks!

Back to the question, I'm surprised everyday...but I just starting eating turkey other than at Thanksgiving and I like it!

CHAPINA671 SparkPoints: (2,279)
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2/5/13 12:54 P

Butternut Squash and Spaghetti squash! Love them!

I_HEART_MY_FAM Posts: 1,809
2/5/13 12:51 P

I tried the shiritaki noodles and liked them. I also want to make zucchini noodles.

KATHRYN74 Posts: 328
2/5/13 11:53 A

Zuchini noodles instead of pasta.
Its great!

XANGELSTEARZX SparkPoints: (39,461)
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2/5/13 11:52 A

Spaghetti squash. With some marinara and turkey meatballs it's a passable replacement for spaghetti pasta.

PURECOUNTRY29 Posts: 866
2/5/13 11:49 A

My mother in law recently made eggplant, i never thought i would like it, but I was amazed to find it was really good. She knew I was on a diet and has been making healthier foods.

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