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Rice Cooker: Black and Decker Handy Steamer

Tuesday, May 18, 2010

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Psalm 90:12
So teach us to number our days, that we may apply our hearts to wisdom.
Today is the 138th day of the year; there are 227 days left.

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This is a funny story I'm telling on myself.
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I found some frozen stir fry veggies in my freezer. So tonight I started cutting up some beef and getting ready for tomorrow's healthy dinner - prepping the night before is a healthy habit I'm working on. I didn't want to cook brown rice in the oven because I didn't want to heat up the house, and I didn't want to babysit it on the stove top. White rice is easy with the French method - turn it off and don't touch for 20 mins, it comes out perfect. Brown rice is a dif animal, and takes longer, and I don't have the hang of it. I buy regular, unprocessed rice - not parboiled, instant, Minute, or Success rice.

I decided to use the rice steamer I have that is 20 years old that looks like new because I never use it, to see if it should be decluttered. It could be useful for steaming veggies, fish, and chicken, in addition to making rice. And as an electric appliance it is good in a room-rental situation where you don't have a stove, which I might be in in the near future.

So I put together the rice steamer parts and could not remember how to use it. Is the steam in the bottom what steams the rice?, I wondered.

I have no idea where the manual is.

After I filled the base to the Hi water line (just in case), and turned it on, I put a cup of brown rice in the plastic part labeled Rice Bowl (thank you!). Then I started having misgivings. So I decided I'd better try to find "how to use a rice cooker" instructions, before I melted the components or blew something up.
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I entered it in a search engine, and a website How Stuff Works came up, but it didn't apply to my rice cooker. So I entered "Black and Decker rice cooker", and lo and behold, owners manuals came up - for free!, on the Black & Decker site. Also I did not know the company is based in my state of Maryland; fun trivia. Here's the one that has one bell and whistle mine doesn't have but other than that is very similar: useandcaremanuals.com/pdf/HS80035.pd
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I learned: eh-hem you are supposed to remove the drip tray when you are cooking rice in the rice bowl. And yes you add water WITH the rice IN the rice bowl, no the steam doesn't cook it alone without added water!
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So when you cook it on the stovetop it's generally 1:2 ratio of rice to water, so I added two cups of water to the rice bowl. I did this quickly. Before there were unwanted consequences to running dry.

Too quickly, as I'm now holding a bag of frozen peas against a steam burn.

At least it's a small burn.

Then I re-read the manual more slowly, and found all the warnings about the steam, and also found the recipe page that says you use much less water than 1:2 (because of all the steam coming up from the bottom).

Ooops.

So after removing some of the 2 cups of water I'd added, with a long-handled ladle to avoid new steam burns, I stirred it and let it work it's magic.

The timer dinged, and it turned itself off (thank you!). As an older model I wasn't sure if my timer was connected to auto-off, or, was it just a timer.

When I checked on the rice I was very happy with the result, especially for guesstimating the amount of water I ladled out of it, and especially opening it up 3 times during the process when it should have not been opened at all. It is the easiest brown rice I have ever made, it is hands-free just like a crockpot (I love that feature!), plus has auto-off which I appreciate for safety reasons, and is much much better than stove top or oven.

Now that I have the manual and the know-how, I'll use it much more often. Yep it's a keeper!

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RE: Yesterday's Blog Review of Green Giant Brussels Sprouts in Butter Sauce, 10 oz Pkg, Frozen

In addition to yesterday's review, I also belatedly thought to read the pkg (I am not used to reading labels as a habit because I started cooking from scratch a few years ago, and generally my rule is if it has a label I don't buy it) and I noticed one small pkg contained 7.5 g sugar and 800mg salt.

I think I'm writing Green Giant. If more of us did, things would change. I don't understand what Green Giant is thinking, as a company, or what their purpose is. If you're going to add to something, or modify it, then improve it by doing so; don't ruin it by doing so! ??? I just don't get it. Whatever it is that they were attempting to do with this product, well - they failed.

When these were on sale, only the "with sauce" ones were on sale, the plain without sauce were NOT on sale; and the coupon was only good for "with sauce" veggies. Now I know why. Unless I was starving I would not take these again, even if they were free. Much less pay for them, or waste time to clip coups for them. It's amazing all that we learn while we're on our Spark Journeys, isn't it?


The Step Diet SparkTeam:
You're invited to join a new team and help it get off the ground, The Step Diet SparkTeam
www.sparkpeople.com/myspark/groups_i
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Aspartame Freedom Team: www.sparkpeople.com/myspark/groups_i
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Did you know aspartame poisoning is frequently misdiagnosed as neuro / musculo-skeletal / vision problems, Multiple Sclerosis, blindness, thyroid problems and Graves disease, numbness in extremities / neuropathy, to name only a few? Did you know all clinical studies that were independent of the food industry, and independent of the FDA, found problems with aspartame? Did you know aspartame is included in foods without being labeled (it's called natural flavor), and is often mixed with liquid stevia? Did you know it's name is being changed to AminoSweet? Please join my Freedom from Aspartame SparkTeam to help spread the word and help get everyone educated. If you don't want to be active in the team that's fine with me, but we can save lives by having the team icon show on the front page of our SparkPage to help spread the word about the world-wide movement to ban this proven poison and proven cancer agent.

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"To preserve independence we must not let our rulers load us w/perpetual debt. We must make our election between economy & liberty, or, profusion & servitude."
--Thomas Jefferson

"It cannot be emphasized too strongly or too often that this great nation was founded, not by religionists, but by Christians; not on religions, but on the Gospel of Jesus Christ."
--Patrick Henry

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ILLINITEACHER52 5/19/2010 6:56AM

  I like my steamer and also have used it for vegetables and quinoa. (not together). I'm glad it all turned out well.

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ASMPP1 5/19/2010 6:27AM

    A learning experience for sure!

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WARMSPRINGDAY 5/18/2010 3:49PM

    I use brown rice, too. I have cooked it all sorts of ways - stove top, baked (my favorite way if I have something else in the oven), and crockpot. The crockpot makes wonderful brown rice. If I am in a hurry for it, I pre-heat the water, and I use about 2 1/4 cups to 2 1/2 cups of water to 1 cup of rice. Usually I batch cook 2 cups of brown rice and freeze for several meals.

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SLIMMERJESSE 5/18/2010 2:32PM

    Manual, what manual? (smiling) I've been known to never read one, so I know what can happen as a result. Wishing you a wonderful day.

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MORTICIAADDAMS 5/18/2010 10:16AM

    I am so sorry about the burn. I sometimes do the same thing and pay the consequences. I'm always in a hurry. LOL.

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JANC319 5/18/2010 8:12AM

  I've often wondered if I would like/use a steamer, so thanks for the positive info.
DH will only eat instant white rice (that's what his mother cooked, along with instant mashed potatoes!), but I have learned over the years to cook 2 of most things - one for him and one for me.
...hmmmm, I wonder if that is why I hate to cook?!

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SUNNY332 5/18/2010 6:55AM

    I bake my rice (most perfect rice ever) and also oven roast my veggies.

Have a great day. If you would like my Baked Rice recipe, let me know. I will definitely share.

Suny

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Weekend & New Step Diet Team

Monday, May 17, 2010

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Psalm 90:12
So teach us to number our days, that we may apply our hearts to wisdom.
Today is the 137th day of the year; there are 228 days left.

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I looked for The Step Diet book at the Borders nearest me this weekend, and they didn't have it in stock. I don't want to order online. Library and another bookstore are next. I will probably read it and take notes without checking it out. I'm a fast reader.


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Turkey tip: check your neighborhood grocery store, if they have unsold frozen turkeys from Easter their expiry dates might be getting close, and if so they are on sale, unadvertised. I got a Kosher turkey last weekend, normally $2.49lb, for $ .49lb. This weekend I saw more turkeys for 49 and 69 cents / lb. I don't have any freezer room or I'd buy another one (I just have the freezer on top of my fridge available, which is mostly full of veggies).


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Good buys I scored this weekend:
fresh blackberries $ .99
Furmano's 29oz canned tomatoes net price after coupon $ .66
2% sharp cheddar cheese, 8 oz for $ .99
lean beef $1.98lb
ground beef $1.59lb
canned solid albacore $ .79
whole wheat tortillas 15oz pkg $1.00


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This weekend I made homemade chocolate chip cookies with walnuts for the first time in about ten years, which was very fun and I really enjoyed baking again. I also enjoyed eating a few of them as part of the No S Diet, also enjoyed giving them away to several people, also enjoyed taking some of the batter to a friend's house and baking them there. The No S Diet has cured my food addiction compulsion, so I did not eat too many. I also ate out at Chipotle. Had a burrito bowl with chips and guacamole. Add lots of fresh lemon, Tabasco Chipotle sauce, and I drank water with lemon. Yum yum yum.
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With all of it I adhered to the No S Diet plan (for more info on the No S Diet, navigate to the Team icon on my page and click on it). I have to admit I had a little trepidation about weighing after cookies and Chipotle's, but was delighted that I am down 2.5lbs, thanks to the No S Diet. As always I'll wait to move my tracker until I'm sure it's real weight loss.


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Weekend Review of Green Giant Brussels Sprouts in Butter Sauce, 10 oz Frozen

I love Brussels sprouts either fresh or frozen, and eat them regularly cooked with olive oil or butter, plus balsamic vinegar, and seasonings to taste.

I normally don't buy things with sauces. These were an experiment I had in the freezer because they were on sale for less than a dollar, plus I had a coupon that the store doubled. After taste-testing them plain as prepared, I then added balsamic as usual.

Verdict: It was shocking and appalling how awful they were; they were not fixable and I threw them away. Might this (and overcooking) be the reason some people hate Brussels sprouts? Prior to this I never met a Brussels sprout I didn't like. Though typical of prepared, packaged, adulterated foods with multiple ingredients, it's still disappointing especially for a respected name brand. I do a much much better job on my own, cooking fresh from scratch, or cooking from frozen single-ingredient foods.


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Today I have a food plan, exercise plan, job hunting plan, and errands to run. I defrosted some things yesterday to be cooked today; since I didn't cook this weekend I have double duty to get done today.

Good news I heard last week: the 3rd of the three Navy Seals, McCabe (sp?), was acquitted on those trumped up charges. Our US Special Forces are under attack, please keep them in prayer and remember former Army Ranger Michael Behenna, please write to him in Leavenworth, his picture and the website are in my photo gallery.


The Step Diet SparkTeam:
You're invited to join a new team and help it get off the ground, The Step Diet SparkTeam
www.sparkpeople.com/myspark/groups_i
ndividual.asp?gid=42456


The Freedom from Aspartame SparkTeam:
Aspartame Freedom Team: www.sparkpeople.com/myspark/groups_i
ndividual.asp?gid=31837

Did you know aspartame poisoning is frequently misdiagnosed as neuro / musculo-skeletal / vision problems, Multiple Sclerosis, blindness, thyroid problems and Graves disease, numbness in extremities / neuropathy, to name only a few? Did you know all clinical studies that were independent of the food industry, and independent of the FDA, found problems with aspartame? Did you know aspartame is included in foods without being labeled (it's called natural flavor), and is often mixed with liquid stevia? Did you know it's name is being changed to AminoSweet? Please join my Freedom from Aspartame SparkTeam to help spread the word and help get everyone educated. If you don't want to be active in the team that's fine with me, but we can save lives by having the team icon show on the front page of our SparkPage to help spread the word about the world-wide movement to ban this proven poison and proven cancer agent.

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"To preserve independence we must not let our rulers load us w/perpetual debt. We must make our election between economy & liberty, or, profusion & servitude."
--Thomas Jefferson

"It cannot be emphasized too strongly or too often that this great nation was founded, not by religionists, but by Christians; not on religions, but on the Gospel of Jesus Christ."
--Patrick Henry

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WARMSPRINGDAY 5/17/2010 2:54PM

    You are a good shopper. I try to be, but so many times, the stores that have good sales are far away and far apart and I think I will spend in gas what I save in groceries. You are fortunate if you have lots of stores close by. I try to shop smart, shopping the specials at our local grocery, then stocking up on low salt items at a Martins that is 20 miles away every few months (when some of the things are on sale) and stocking up on some constants at Wal Mart once a month or every two months. Our closest Wal Mart is 2o miles away. I don't really like Wal Mart, but the wallet cries the loudest; so if it is cheaper there, I get it. I am fortunate to have lots of storage space both pantry wise and freezer wise, so I can stock up pretty well when things are on sale. We also have a local Fruit Market only a mile away that specializes in fruits and vegetables. It is not a Farmer's Market, it is a store; but they have trucks that ship from all over the country and supply the local stores as well. Fresh fruits and vegetables are usually a bit cheaper there than other places. Plus, I try to watch their reduced bin for things I can use right away - broccoli, spinach, peppers, mushrooms, eggplant, radishes, romaine hearts, etc.

Since you seem to like to cook, let me tell you a great way I have found to fix romaine hearts. You only want the heart for this, use the very outer leaves for salad or sandwiches. Either brush with oil, or spray with cooking spray. Then either grill, broil, place in George Foreman type grill, or place in very hot skillet for 1 or 2 minutes on each side, just enough to start wilting. I season with Mrs. Dash, but you could season to taste. We love this! Don't knock it 'til you've tried it. This is what I use the romaine hearts from the reduced bin for.

Congrats on the weight loss. So delighted you have found something that works for you.

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MICHELLENRGZED 5/17/2010 1:21PM

    Thank-you for these! :)

Oh, I did click on the links, but the one for the "Freedom From Aspartame" link isn't the right one for the team. That's just a basic link that shows in the address bar for every team. Although it might just be that you're missing the very last part of the address. Just letting you know this, although I did just go to your page & find the team logo & link there. I'm going to join up! I can't stand Aspartame & don't like what it does to me or to anyone's system. Thanks for starting the team with Tlestrogen. :)

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BOBBIENORTHERN 5/17/2010 10:02AM

    I have been led of Holy Spirit in this direction and your blog is a confirmation for me because I am so active and do so much beside straight exercise. I do exercise every morning first thing as soon as I get out of bed. Then everything else that I do is icing on the cake, so to speak. So your blog and your words have helped me to know that I am on the right path to losing the rest of my weight without getting obsessed about it. I can live my life and enjoy it on the way to my finish line and my goal. Thank you so much for sharing your revelation and insight and knowledge in all these important matters to do with controlling what we put in our mouths and how active we are with our bodies. We are what we eat and we can enjoy our food without over doing it and being in control of our lives. Your just a great sparkpeople person, buddy. I dont want to be joining too many teams once again. But I think I will join this new one.

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PLAYBLUES22 5/17/2010 7:46AM

    emoticonBLOG !!!!!

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SUNNY332 5/17/2010 7:00AM

    You could probably sum up the new diet in 4 words.

Eat Less,
Step More.....

Have a emoticon day.

Sunny

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Very Strange Events on Saturn and Jupiter

Sunday, May 16, 2010

Giant Hexagon of Clouds Spins on Saturn, While Clouds Disappear from Jupiter
www.naturalnews.com/028797_Saturn_he
xagon.html


NASA's pix are fascinating. I did not know the red rings were gone, or about the pyramid. Fascinating phenomenon!

You planetary gurus (physicists/astronomists) who keep up on the latest, please let us know and provide the URLs on updates to the stories that you know of, since this may be old news to you.

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I am glad I know The Creator.

  
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MICHELLENRGZED 5/16/2010 2:22PM

    Wow! That IS really bizarre! Yes, I'm thankful, too, that I know the Creator. :D

Even though I don't usually understand a lot of this stuff, I still find it all fascinating & am strangely drawn to it. I think it's because I know that God's in control & that unusual things always hold some kind of fascination for me. So cool! :D

Comment edited on: 5/16/2010 2:23:32 PM

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MORTICIAADDAMS 5/16/2010 1:15PM

    I love Astronomy and have been into it since grade school. We bought my dream telescope years ago.

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SNOWYOWL56 5/16/2010 8:07AM

    This sounds interesting, and happy to know the creator! emoticon

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WARMSPRINGDAY 5/16/2010 7:45AM

    Knowing the creator allows us to be free from worry about whatever happens that is outside of our control, be it in changes in the universe, political, personal circumstances. He is in control and with him at the helm, there is no need to fear.

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SUNNY332 5/16/2010 7:31AM

    I am glad I know the Creator too.

Sunny

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The Step Diet

Friday, May 14, 2010



I read a blog, "Woman Loses 100 Pounds on Step Diet", and was inspired.

She was in her 40s and so am I. She was REALLY BIG and so am I. She had tried everything and so had I (before SP). THIS TIME, she had kept it off.

And I wanted to be able to say - "and so did I".

I did goals in Jan 2010 for the first time in a few years. I prayed about them too. My first goal was to finish my goals by Jan 31st, so I would have 11 months left to accomplish (or at least start) them.

My two lifelong nemeses, and the Lifestyle Changes I struggled most with were: Food and Exercise. I had made progress on the Food lifestyle change, but was and am completely sedentary on the Exercise front.

Then I read April WALKING__GIRL's blog in Jan while doing my goals and was inspired:
www.sparkpeople.com/mypage_public_jo
urnal_individual.asp?blog_id=2791298


I had lost 30lbs my first year on SP, and THEN I found the No S Diet to handle Food; when you find something that "works for you" you just know, that you know, that you KNOW. And I had that same feeling, after prayer and working on goals, when I read April's blog and found The Step Diet, that this was going to be "THE answer" for Exercise.
www.wfaa.com/news/local/64565467.htm
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SP has a bazillion teams, so I thought for sure someone already had created The Step Diet team, and all I had to do was search for it and join it. Not!

April and I shared a Leslie Sansone team (that's how I found April) so I already knew there were a million Leslie and WATP teams, and when I searched I found a million more Step, Walking, and Pedometer teams.

But no "The Step Diet Team".

Oh well, I thought, I can make do with one of the other step teams, or just keep the Leslie team I'm on.

So I was so happy when April made this team!

I am going to get the book. When there was no The Step Diet Team, I wasn't going to get the book, but now I'm inspired to get it. New at Amazon it's only $15.61 but I'm going to get it at Borders or Barnes & Noble:
www.amazon.com/Step-Diet-Calories-We
ight-Forever/dp/0761133240/ref=sr_1_1?
ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1273864448&sr=1-1


I am pedometer-challenged. So the book and pedometer are my next goals. Definitely the pedometer first, so I can start counting steps.

Here's the team link:
www.sparkpeople.com/myspark/groups_i
ndividual.asp?gid=42456

  
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MORTICIAADDAMS 5/15/2010 4:13PM

    Best of luck to you!!

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HEALTHYONE2008 5/15/2010 1:08PM

    Just happen to see this post today and wanted to let you know that I have the book and have tried this. I think it is a great way to begin an exercise program and right now am thinking about joining the team. I really need to refocus.

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WALK__GIRL 5/15/2010 10:45AM

    This is so sweet of you! We are going to do this together, I am ready!!! I am a huge believer in walking and pedometers. The very best pedometer out there is the Omron HJ-112, or really any Omron ones. Look up the reviews, it is amazing!!!

You can buy the step diet book at e-bay for real cheap, it will be used but only 99 cents. Just go to www.ebay.com and put in the step diet. Also the liabrary might have it. You can tweak it to what works for you. :-) emoticon

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WARMSPRINGDAY 5/15/2010 9:35AM

    This is good stuff. Hooray for you. You can do it. I have a pedometer that was given me for Christmas. I can use it to count steps or miles. I need to re-set it for the miles, however, because it is not accurate. Right now, I'm just counting miles and using SparkPeoples fitness maps.

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ROX2013 5/14/2010 11:51PM

    Pedometers are a real problem, some drop steps, some are so high tech you never figure it out...I have one that works most of the time but then the little genie inside takes a break!

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SUNNY332 5/14/2010 7:38PM

    Awesome. I wish I had time for another team. I am a walker so this does appeal to me.

I will definitely think about it.

Hugs, Sunny

Be sure and buy a good pedometer. I have had some cheap ones and they just are not worth the hassle.

Best wishes....

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CAROLFAITHWALKR 5/14/2010 5:33PM

    Hi Kelly,

Click on my SparkPage, the link is at the top of the page, or click on the butterfly (either one), and you'll see my page. Then go to the SparkTeams section of my page and click on the link so you can see the teams I'm on. The Step Diet SparkTeam is in the first six teams you can see it right away, and you'll see the Leslie team on the full page (after you click the link). If you go to Start/Community/Spark Teams, and type the word Leslie or WATP in the search box, you'll see there are a bunch of Leslie teams to join. The Step Diet Team is not a Leslie team. Hope this helps! I'd leave this message on your page except you have your page set to private.

To make your page public, if you want to make it public, you can click on:

Start
View My SparkPage
Edit My SparkPage
Under More Options, remove the checkmark from "Only allow my SparkFriends to see my page"

Carol

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KELLYPAQ 5/14/2010 5:24PM

    I've just started working out with Leslie's DVDs. Is the Step Diet something that she has put out? What did you mean when you said that you shared a Leslie Sansone Team? Is that a group that you joined on this website?

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NELLIEC 5/14/2010 4:48PM

    Well, I hope you get a pedometer that works for you. I got one that definitely did not count all the steps, plus it hurt to wear it. I tried wearing it in different places, but that just made it more cranky about counting steps.

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Chicken Broth

Thursday, May 13, 2010

Today I finished making the homemade chicken broth (see blog below), and finished cooking small red beans in the crockpot.

For supper I had half a bag of salad in a big serving-size bowl (large salad), with cold diced chicken breast (reserved from making the broth) and chopped boiled egg and sunflower seeds on top, 2 TBSP dressing which wasn't enough, plus added balsamic vinegar, yum yum yum. The addl vinegar does the trick without the calories.

  
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MORTICIAADDAMS 5/15/2010 4:10PM

    Yum!!!

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SHUTRBUG1 5/14/2010 12:48AM

    I make my own chicken and vegetable broth because I don't want all the sodium in commercial broth. I love the suggestion for tossing a salad in tupperware to make the dressing go further.

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TIBURONA 5/14/2010 12:39AM

    A little lemon juice (instead of vinegar) on your salad adds a peppy zest with a little vitamin C, too. Your salad sounds delish...never tried sunflower seeds except out of the shell, have to give 'em a try on a salad.

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DEBWILLBFREE 5/14/2010 12:22AM

    I've just started adding vinegar to my salad dressing to make it stretch, too. I like it--but I'm going to try the tupperware idea as well. Thanks for sharing, you guys! :D Deb

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MAMAFEELGOOD 5/13/2010 11:55PM

    If you put your salad in a tupperware container, put the dressing on, and shake...you'll have enough dressing for your salad. Guaranteed!

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