Tahini is very versatile and can be spread on bread or added to salads...It can also be used in a "bread" made out of 2 eggs 2 tbs tahini sweetener such as stevia, date syrup or honey and any spices you want to add.
If it doesn't challenge you it doesn't change you -Fred Devito
Body Fat %: 63.6
Fitness Minutes: (147,177) Posts: 25,727 4/28/13 5:56 A
I bake and cook with Canola oil. Olive oil is less reliable but really good for dipping with the right flavorings. We very sparingly use smart balance. I cook almost all of my vegetables in the microwave with a small amount of water and for root vegetables and greens I do add Canola oil for them too.
The only time I like butter is on an English scone or toasted whole wheat bread they are the only time butters flavor comes through for me.
When I look at the long list of CHEMICALS on an alternative Nutrition label Butter is best used in small amounts and it is to be savored like a good piece of fruit.
Pat in Maine. I FEEL Healthier every day with my Spark Tracker. I will do it slowly I like it that way. Toodle-ooo! and Toodle- Pip! JUST DO IT!
Be mindful that happiness isn't based on possessions, power, or prestige, but on relationships with people we love and respect. Remember that while money talks, Friendships sing and laugh out loud.
Pounds lost: 31.6
Fitness Minutes: (30) Posts: 3,225 4/27/13 9:07 P
I use butter and or coconut oil.I use it on my veggies, toast. I also use olive oil. I have taken my oil and mix with butter, half and half. I was told that way I am making a lighter spread. Don't know how good it is for you and I don't eat a lot of it.
SparkPeople, SparkCoach, SparkPages, SparkPoints, SparkDiet, SparkAmerica, SparkRecipes, DailySpark, and other marks are trademarks of SparkPeople, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
SPARKPEOPLE is a registered trademark of SparkPeople, Inc. in the United States, European Union, Canada, and Australia. All rights reserved.