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7/26/13 7:16 A

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Well, now that I'm through the 21 days, I cooked some rhubarb with strawberries, chunks of ginger root and cloves, and a few pieces of pineapple (all originally frozen). I added only a touch of sweetener, and it was great with plain yogurt for breakfast.

Haven't attempted the savoury version yet, though.

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7/8/13 4:14 P

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Curry sounds wonderful. I had a pilaf recipe somewhere, too. Lemme see if I can find it...

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7/3/13 2:49 P

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the only thing to go with rhubarb in my opinion is sugar and strawberries.



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7/3/13 5:56 A

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So, I'm doing the 21-Day Sugar Detox, which means no added sugars or artificial sweeteners.
It's Rhubarb season here.

Anyone have any ideas (besides freezing) what to make with rhubarb - even savory dishes?

I've been running ideas through my head (during my non-sleep hours through the night), involving adding an apple (am permitted one per day), and possibly some curry. I also considered squash or beets, which I am allowed one cup per day. I'm not quite sure the results, and am unsure I want to experiment (and waste the other ingredients if it's horrid)

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