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2/22/14 8:17 P

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Kale chips break kale away from stems into pieces add salt and grape seed or olive oil bake on 400 for about 8 minutes. No need for the other chips!

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1/7/14 6:26 P

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I've got dough soaking for soaked whole wheat bread. Made juice pulp Orange-Carrot-Raisin muffins for my hubby and son. :)

Still working on dinner tonight!

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1/6/14 11:27 P

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Meatloaf
sesoned with oregeno, tomato sauce or paste, lean ground beef garlic powder..... mix together and bake..... You can find this online as a muscle meatloaf it has little to no carbs. Some people use a little flour to this or bread crumbs I don't use any since I keep my carbs really low :)

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1/4/14 3:16 P

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I got a head of cauliflower and steamed it. Made 2 different dishes. Made cauliflower mash in the blender for a quick side for dinners. Sauteed the remaining cauliflower with kale and seasoned all of it with curry. Great dishes!

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12/9/13 10:17 A

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Yesterday i made a huge pot of chicken n dumplins, chicken stock from the carcass, 2 loaves of white bread and 2 loaves of jalapeno bread. Woo hoo!
the stock didnt come out quite as flavorfulas i wanted. Maybe i didnt let it cook long enough?

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11/26/13 1:58 A

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I store them in zip lock bags and put them in the freezer for long term storage--about 4-6 months.
For short term, maybe a month . . .,I've kept mine on the counter. The refrigerator is an option too.

The thing to be most concerned about is if the fruit is completely dry. If it is chewy, treat it like you would raisins.

I am not an authority here, so it might be wise to do some research. That's just how we do it.

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11/25/13 1:12 P

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My mom makes beer bread, and i will probably try it next time, now that ive got the first time jitters out of the way lol

Trash can soup is just whatever you have on hand thats about to go bad. Except i always have to buy fresh veggies to put in it because we dont usually have enough thats about to go bad.

How long will the apple chips keep for? I should try them while honeycrisp apple are on sale!

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GMHURLEY3 try 'beer bread' (just google it) it's quick and easy and the beer actually gives the bread a yeasty (rather than beer flavored) aroma and taste.

You can add herbs, cheeses, jalapenos, minced onions, etc. to this bread or just bake it plain. I use 1/2 and 1/2 whole wheat flour and unbleached flour. Again, this is not low calorie and should be eaten in moderation.

The dried apples are just thinly sliced washed apples spread on a cookie sheet (they can be peeled, but not necessary) and stuck in the oven (170-200 degree) for a few hours (we use our wood stove) until about the consistency of jerky. Drier 'chip's' are my preference, they are more crunchy and less chewy. Either way it's a good healthy snack to go.

The apple coffee cake is easy too! I

I never heard of "trash can soup"-- we do do "Hobo Stew" (with turnips, carrots, potatoes and onion). I suspect that I make 'trash can soup" regularly--our veggie soup is usually whatever is on hand and yes we do use hamburger too (we butcher most of our own meat), being sure to drain the grease first. Mom always started her vegetable soup with a beef roast, which I still prefer. I am still trying to convince my husband that vegetable soup CAN be made with chicken too! Sometimes I don't put any meat at all in it. I like to add beans, lentils, barely or rice especially when not including meat.

Wiggle room on my weight! Getting consistent with exercise tipped the scales . . . in a good way~just don't think I need to lose any more--just get firm and fit!

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11/25/13 11:53 A

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Oh yes! It was awesome! Cant wait to keep experimenting, my hubby wanted jalapenos in it, but i told him since it was my first go i was going to follow the recipe! Lol

Sounds amazing! Was it difficult to make?

We are having "trash can soup" for dinner tonight. Unfortunately, its not completely clean because of the soup base i chose, and using hamburger meat in it. But full of great veggies!

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Bread!!! Love bread!! Hope your first try was a success!
There is nothing like the smell and taste of home baked bread.
Bread making used to be my 'specialty' for family get-together's and such, but
I don't bake as much bread as I used to because of my new eating plan. Fresh baked bread is one of my trigger foods so I need to keep a wide distance between us.
But, I still bake some yeast breads, biscuits and cornbread for my hubby on occasion.

We're still cutting up and drying apples, a tray or two a day. So far, I have 3 half-gallon jars full. Great for travel snacks.
I made an apple, cinnamon coffee cake last night. (I cut back a few calories by using a banana and applesauce in the cake part instead of oil, I also substituted yogurt for the sour cream.) Still calorie packed, but healthier.

Today, I am making 'LEFTOVERS' for supper . . . emoticon




Wiggle room on my weight! Getting consistent with exercise tipped the scales . . . in a good way~just don't think I need to lose any more--just get firm and fit!

SW: 275-276 Ht. 5'6"
GW: 135 (goal range: 130-140)
CW: 124.7
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11/24/13 9:13 P

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Not gluten free or anything fancy, but i made bread today for the first time! Just 6 ingredients, and i know exactly what they were.

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11/16/13 9:06 P

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Apple Butter using Coconut Sugar!

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PAM_COOPER that is a great idea! I have a big bag of apples from my friends farm that I think I'll do this with. I can only make so much juice!

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11/14/13 11:51 A

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Dried Apples anyone?!

Last night I sliced up 4 cookie sheets full of apples and stuck them in the oven (200 degrees) and waited a few hours. It reduced to one cookie sheet by completion. Today I have apple chips! . . . and an apple cake (modified for health), an apple crisp, and a dish of just baked apples. (1 to share, 1 to freeze, and 1 for now).

Later this week or, most likely, next week I will tackle pumpkin, DGRIFFITH51. I've got a big pumpkin in the garage just waiting for me to make something. I've never tried the gluten free flours before--but, my daughter has just starting cooking this way--so this may be my trigger to try it out.









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I cooked my Halloween pumpkin and made pumpkin butter using spices, fresh apple juice and coconut sugar.
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I made a pumpkin pie using gluten free flour mixed with ground walnuts for the crust. I used coconut milk and coconut sugar in the pie.

YUM! emoticon emoticon

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I made green juice yesterday. Cucumbers, kale, apple, celery and lemon. I am not sure if it's related but after drinking it my mood perked up and I had a burst of motivation and went through ALL of my clothes, parted ways with a bag full of stuff, put summer stuff away and threw away some shoes and stuff I didn't use/want.

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10/23/13 6:11 P

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I am doing a soup detox but diet usually consist of chick breast and spinach or salad with lettece or some kind of veggies. Egg white for breakfast with fruit..... NO FAST FOOD!

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10/20/13 8:03 P

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I like the new slant on bean dip . . .I am definitely going to try . . . I even have pureed beans in the freezer. I like the idea of adding the carrots--I've used carrots to 'pad out' meatloaf and such (for adding nutrition and reducing calories) but for some reason I never thought of putting carrots in the bean dip/spread! And, for me, the onions are a staple ingredient for almost any dish--I am an onion addict. lol

The spinach is a good touch too!

Thanks for the input.







Wiggle room on my weight! Getting consistent with exercise tipped the scales . . . in a good way~just don't think I need to lose any more--just get firm and fit!

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10/20/13 6:17 P

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I wanted a new spread for my hemp bagels, so I drained and rinsed a can of white beans, put it in the food processor bowl with a handful of grated carrots, some cooked onions, a handful of lightly chopped spinach, a little nutritional yeast, and a bit of salt. I buzzed it lightly until everything was chopped uniformly. I put that on my bagel and then topped it with avocado slices. YUM!

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10/15/13 1:43 P

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A healthier take on a strawberry shake, I made a strawberry & spinach smoothie - just posted in SparkRecipes: recipes.sparkpeople.com/recipe-detai
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I used a salt-free cottage cheese, which added a nice consistency, plus the strawberries and vanilla mask most of the spinach taste.

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Home made for Sunday supper:
---I fixed a rump roast (our own farm raised pork marinated and cooked in the slow cooker) used most of the broth to make a light gravy sauce.
---Mashed potatoes/turnips/apple together (mine turned out to be about a ratio of 4-2-1 with about a 1/2 cup of milk and/or broth combo, salt & pepper).
---Fresh cut, cooked, seasoned turnip greens for our green vegetable
---and pickled beets as an accompaniment. Hubby had whole wheat bread & butter also.

Later on I made 2 apple crisps (1 with and 1 without sugar--for me). Hubby peeled the apples ---- he'll do almost anything to get me to make him an apple crisp. lol.

Wiggle room on my weight! Getting consistent with exercise tipped the scales . . . in a good way~just don't think I need to lose any more--just get firm and fit!

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JRRING are you willing to share your pita tips?

I made pita some years ago with success but haven't tried it since . . . I've looked up some recipes and think I'm ready to give it another go.

I make cornbread/ fritters, biscuits, and have experimented with cracker and pretzel recipe's too. I love all kinds of breads and rolls too! BUT-- due to my tendency to eat to much of this sort of food and gain weight, I limit what and how much of this stuff I make. The more I make, the more I eat, so sometimes it is best to leave it alone. If I make a larger batch than we can eat, I divide it into meal (for 2) size packages, wrap it well and put it in the freezer. That way I don't feel pressured into eating it all before it goes bad.

I haven't tried zucchini in whole wheat rolls--but have made z-bread and z-fritters, but may have to try the rolls---are they yeast rolls? Please post the recipe. I have several shredded 2-cup containers in the freezer to use up.




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10/13/13 6:22 P

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zucchini whole wheat rolls

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pita bread from scratch

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spaghetti squash with vegetables and marinara sauce. Vegetables from Farmer's Market....and not my creation, but my husband's!

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10/8/13 2:23 A

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My mom called this 'Hobo Stew" (she might actually have known, her dad was an real hobo at one time in his life.) -- consists of potatoes, turnips, potatoes, onion, carrots, and cabbage. It was a fall and winter staple growing up. We usually grew all or most of these vegetables growing up, except the onions. . . . and my husband and I still do.

This is what we had for supper tonight. Good with cornbread & honey as an accompaniment!

If you like meat . . . chicken or a piece of pork loin makes tasty broth to cook the stew in. My broth tip for new cooks: Trim excess fat from meat prior to cooking then add the meat, a cup or so of water, and seasonings to a slow cooker and cook until well done. Lift the meat out into a separate container and cool the broth several hours until the fat comes to the top and hardens. Skim the fat off the top and discard, before proceeding with the stew. We do this a day or so prior to the stew, reserving a portion of the meat for the stew while enjoying another dish with the first half of the cooked meat.



Wiggle room on my weight! Getting consistent with exercise tipped the scales . . . in a good way~just don't think I need to lose any more--just get firm and fit!

SW: 275-276 Ht. 5'6"
GW: 135 (goal range: 130-140)
CW: 124.7
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10/7/13 9:51 A

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potatoes and green beans from the Farmer's Market and pesto made with basil from our garden

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We do a bunch of tomato-pepper-onion dishes too, due to the fact that it is an easy grow in the garden and we have so many tomatoes to use. Best part?----very healthy! I have learned to like them in more ways than one could imagine.

Last night I made chicken, rice, & dumpling stew. One of my 'made over' comfort foods. (I used brown rice and added carrots, onion, mushrooms, peas, and yellow squash and used a much smaller % of dumpling which are also 'made over' -- using whole wheat or mix variety of flours, eliminating oil, less sodium, etc.(I cook intuitively, so it is never the same way twice . . . lol) These dumplings are denser than traditional, so I make them small in size to distribute more evenly throughout the stew and to cook more quickly.

Homemade is so good! . . . usually!



Wiggle room on my weight! Getting consistent with exercise tipped the scales . . . in a good way~just don't think I need to lose any more--just get firm and fit!

SW: 275-276 Ht. 5'6"
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CW: 124.7
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homemade chunky tomatoe soup with all ingredients from my garden

this chunky tomatoe soup my family will eat as a soup or puree it and pour over pasta

my DH has added beans to make it a hardier soup or turkey meatball when used as a pasta sauce

so I am really glad everyone likes it because we have bags and bags of it in the freezer

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I sprinkle different seasonings on my grilled chicken for different tastes, also keeps it simple. I like "Greek" seasoning. It comes in a yellow and white container in the spice isle.

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I am currently eating clean and trying to stop eating most process foods. So, I have been eating a lot of baked and grilled chicken with veggies. I have a diet and that what it mostly consist of. If anyone can give me some recipes for different chicken and fish baked or grilled would be helpful as I have searched but not liking sweet chicken or fish or something odd..... I also do little to no carb as a contest prep.

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GGJUNEBUG I love black beans fixed this way and if freezes well in small portions if you can't eat it all right away. I have three 2 cup containers in the freezer right now. Just right for two or three meals.

I like to add it on top of salads (when I don't have or want to use meat) and it's good over brown rice (watch the calories with this combo) too. Try mixing it up with salsa. Good!



Wiggle room on my weight! Getting consistent with exercise tipped the scales . . . in a good way~just don't think I need to lose any more--just get firm and fit!

SW: 275-276 Ht. 5'6"
GW: 135 (goal range: 130-140)
CW: 124.7
My focus is fitness!
(I'm getting there . . . )


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I made a vegetable/chili tomato based soup (w/ beans, but no meat or pasta) and served it over already seasoned (no butter) and prepared spaghetti squash. I skipped the crackers or cheese this time (I'm cutting back a little extra for a few days) but if you have room in your calorie budget, include a slice of cheese and 2 or 3 (homemade?) crackers on the side.

I like corn tortillas (40 cal. each) heated on the griddle as an accompaniment sometimes.

Wiggle room on my weight! Getting consistent with exercise tipped the scales . . . in a good way~just don't think I need to lose any more--just get firm and fit!

SW: 275-276 Ht. 5'6"
GW: 135 (goal range: 130-140)
CW: 124.7
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Today I made a stir fry with squash, zuchinni, carrots, mushrooms, green beans and some chicken. Minute rice now has a brown rice and I put it on that and it was yummy! Just stir fry veggies and meat in a little olive oil.

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This past week I've been boiling a pot of black beans and even chick peas in some spices: cumin, curry powder, achiote spice, salt, and pepper. First I sautee chopped onion or garlic in the pot in olive oil, then add the spices, then add the beans, and pour in heapings of water so that they boil for an hour or so.

I've been eating this with some microwavable flour tortillas.

I also sometimes eat microwaved plantain with cinnamon powder and honey. :D

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I LOVE grilled veggies. I may start grilling lots of them all in one day to eat for the week...even warmed they are good. At least till cold weather hits. I have never like onions but recently seem to be wanting to try them again...but I can't stand to peel them...my eyes are really sensitive to them. Hmm!

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I LOVE, love, love stir fry! I experiment with different veg., meats.

I also like to take thick slices of onions, squash, and mushrooms and grill them (I use a very hot griddle) -- I really like the slightly charred taste.

I took that grape juice I made and mixed up a fruit smoothie with ice. Heavenly!


Wiggle room on my weight! Getting consistent with exercise tipped the scales . . . in a good way~just don't think I need to lose any more--just get firm and fit!

SW: 275-276 Ht. 5'6"
GW: 135 (goal range: 130-140)
CW: 124.7
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I make a yummy stir fry. Olive oil, mushrooms, baby carrots, chopped zucchini, squash, fresh green beans....then add some chicken cubed. Stir fry on med high to desired stage.

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9/3/13 12:04 P

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Yum!!! I made fresh grape juice last night-----it is sooooooo good.

Wiggle room on my weight! Getting consistent with exercise tipped the scales . . . in a good way~just don't think I need to lose any more--just get firm and fit!

SW: 275-276 Ht. 5'6"
GW: 135 (goal range: 130-140)
CW: 124.7
My focus is fitness!
(I'm getting there . . . )


 current weight: -9.9  under
 
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