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  • v KATEMCPHEE

    Hi SDGirl... I just made sourdo spelt no knead bread with sun dried tomatoes, fresh basil, and asiago cheese. What a great combination!

    Ya gotta try it!

    Kate emoticon
    2553 days ago
  • v BHTX1962
    I tried the wonton wraps in a healthy way. I took a wedge of Laughing Cow cheese and spread it on one sheet added another sheet and pan fried it with cooking spray! Instant lo fat "grilled" cheese. I need to check out your blog for the latest. Take care now and know that God loves you :-))
    2554 days ago
  • v JOHANKA
    I will have to say if your bread tastes as good as the pictures show, I would beg to have some. emoticon
    2606 days ago
  • v DAN_ODEA
    Per your comment on the "Best way to cook vegetables":

    I don't buy into this "microwave is one of the, if no the best, ways to cook vegetables" suggestion. What is the base or scientific support to this claim?

    An excellent question! One should always question pat statements. One answer: http://www.bellaonline.com/articles/art527
    58.asp.

    Google "Microwave vegetable nutrition" and you'll find several other articles.

    Bottom line: microwaving is better than boiling, unless you drink the water you boiled your vegetables in. It's better because you use less water, and fewer nutrients leak out. It's not as good as raw (in most cases), but it's better than other cooking methods... usually.

    I want to remind you, some vegetables (such as tomatoes) provide MORE nutrients if you cook them. Some phytochemicals need heat to release or activate them. There is no such thing as certainty... I think emoticon .
    2614 days ago

    Comment edited on: 8/4/2009 9:23:33 PM
  • v GGCHET
    Wow, Alberta Canada......
    sounds so exotic to someone who
    has never been to Canada.
    Camping would be dreamy with
    scenery like your backdrop...You
    should post more pics!
    2617 days ago
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