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JNFRDAWN
7/10/2012 11:50:25 PM

What Asian sesame dressing? Do you make it?



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JNFRDAWN
6/28/2012 5:46:09 PM

Re: Dr. Oz Fatigue-Busting Salad caloric content and exchanges: (copied here so you don't have to revisit the blog comments section . . . )

Yeah, I added the salad as a "grouping" on the nutrition tracker, and it came out close to your calculations (464 calories) which is probably why it basically tastes so "dessert-like." I just compared the calories in 3 brazil nuts. I haven't actually visually measured brazil nuts, but my reason for not liking them in general and using them in this salad is their size. However, 3 brazil nuts = 90 calories, so that would be a good exchange, and maybe I could pulse the brazil nuts in a food processor or something first so they're not just giant nut abominations hiding in my salad like an Easter egg hunt.

I also compared one orange at 86 calories vs. the 3 clementines at 105, so you might prefer to just do this whole thing Dr. Oz's way. I may start just using a freakin' normal sized orange and just cut the slices in half in that case, too.

Why does this all have to be so hard?

This combination is surprisingly delicious. (I'm gonna duplicate this comment on your page so you don't have to revisit this space.)





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JNFRDAWN
11/12/2010 9:57:12 PM

I have decided to send you the most random set of "sparkgoodies" I can combine. It'll be like a game, only there's no object, and nobody wins. Fun!



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