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mom,what´s for dinner(with photos)

Tuesday, January 28, 2014

thought you might want to see what we hadfor dinner tonight.can you guess we went to the green grocery this morning,lol.

first we had soup here it is cooking

here is the finished product.vegetable soup.there was also salad there for those who wanted

for the main course i did filited zander on a bed of spinach

as a side i did roasted vegetables

for lotfi and the kids i also made some homemade breadrolls.

i am trying to wean my family slowly off white bread so i am experimenting with making differant type bread.eventually i want to workup to fully wholemeal.this brot was made of a 1/3whiteflour,1/3 semolina and 1/3dinkle flour.i also added 1/2 a cup of bran and two tablespoons of faxseeds.sundflower seed on top.everyone seemed to like them.i am at the moment try ing to cut out bread.for afters we had clemintines.what did you have for dinner?

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    Looks yummy!!!

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SUSANOFROMUK 1/29/2014 5:15AM

    All looks yummy.
I am making my own bread and starting to experiment with what to put in, what is dinkle flour? Never heard of it.
Keep up the good work, we have to get the kids while they are young lol

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CRYSALLIS1 1/29/2014 4:01AM

    PS I made baked salmon on Sunday & put spinach on top of it just before I ate it. Never did that before. It was great that way. I see you did the same...well put it on the bottom technically. Looks better your way.

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CRYSALLIS1 1/29/2014 3:57AM

    Looks wonderful & healthy. The rolls look fabulous !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
!!!!! Precisely what I have been craving. Although I'm basically trying to avoid bread too. Thanks for the comments. Perhaps if I drank more water that would help. I did make some wonderful tomato based soup with lots of veggies & assorted beans on Monday. It hit the spot too. I have a
little leftover for today.

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GERRI4 1/29/2014 1:36AM

    Yummy! Can I come to yours for dinner? emoticon

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SERENE-BEAN 1/29/2014 12:42AM


We had a stir-fry of seitan, carrots, onions, and a few other veggies. Over rice.

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1CRAZYDOG 1/28/2014 9:38PM

    Looks delicious!

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ACIMPEGGY 1/28/2014 9:23PM

    Great job - wish you could share with us!


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KAYTIE22 1/28/2014 7:58PM

    These dishes look wonderful and of course, very healthy and nutritious. The rolls look extra yummy. Good for you!

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MICKEYH 1/28/2014 6:04PM

    emoticon The foods all looks so yummy! Your family are very lucky to have a good cook Mom. I can see you put lots of " love" in your ingredient . Way to go! Tonight we are having some vegetable curry with tofu and brown rice and large side salad. :)
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DEEGIRL50 1/28/2014 5:40PM

    You are an awesome cook and everything is so healthy!

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JUDITH1654 1/28/2014 5:06PM

    Flax seed has more Omega than even fish, so that's great! Haven't had dinner yet but will probably have soup and sandwich...or leftover pizza.

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MILLISMA 1/28/2014 5:04PM

    Wow, Karen, everything looks so yummy emoticon You are doing such a great job with the rolls. By doing it gradually, the family won't notice it as much. Love wholewheat bread and rolls!!! Thanks for sharing your pictures. Now I'm

hugs...Mary Anne

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POOKASLUAGH 1/28/2014 4:59PM

    I can't eat wheat flour anymore, but those rolls look soooooo good!

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SAASHA17 1/28/2014 4:51PM

    Wow that bread roll does not look amateur work...awesome Karen!!

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