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That recipe looks really yummy Laura. Love the picture! Makes me drool LOL!

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Irish Moss:
https://www.seaveg.com/shop/

I also but the sea salt with dulse (natural iodine) from them.

Here is an awesome curry chicken recipe. I make it for my daughter, so you may like it to be spicier. I use coconut milk in it.
The recipe was originally written using light coconut milk. So, that's how I made it. But the full fat CM would work even better!
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6/7/12 6:48 P

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I've tried coconut milk with this recipe before and it just doesn't taste right. I love golden curry with coconut milk but this one gets a really funny taste. My other substitution I made was it calls for a vegetable bouillon cube, I added a teaspoon of sea salt instead, figuring that was what the main flavour was in the cube (I'd already added unsalted tomatoes).

I wonder where I could find Irish moss?

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That seems to be the right way to use it for sure. It's when it's an added ingredient in commercial foods that's the problem...my guess anyway.

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Hmmm. I buy raw Irish Moss, whip it up in the blender with different ingredients to help thicken pies, etc.

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By the way, most carrageenan that has been added as a thickener in foods is really not good as it has been chemically changed. It has been know to cause some pretty terrible conditions. I just read about this recently.

Here's some links about it so you can read for yourself:
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Kathleen, have you ever tried making curry with coconut milk? I like to keep a can of coconut milk in the refrigerator ready for removing the "cream" off the top for many uses. It's really delish!

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carrageenan is simply used as a thickener. It is just Irish Moss. A sea vegetable. Good for you. The other stuff though... disodium phosphate is primarily used as a food additive for stabilization, emulsification and phosphate fortification. It can also be used for industrial purposes as a corrosion inhibitor, as a pesticide ingredient and in industrial and other cleaning products.



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Vegetarians won't want to make the recipe anyways as it has gelatin in it, which is made from boiling beef bones and pig skins.

I love chocolate and peanut butter together though and am going to make a chocolate cake with peanut butter frosting for my son's birthday this weekend.

Sigh... I went to the grocery store yesterday to pick up two cans of evaporated milk. The fat free one had carrageenan and "may contain" disodium phosphate. The 2% and full fat ones definitely contained disodium phosphate. So I went with the fat free and the "may contain".

After I got home I thought, why didn't I just get light cream? Course even that's tricky as a bunch of the brands around here have a bunch of fillers. But we have a milk store nearby that has milk with minimal ingredients.

So now my curry and chocolate frozen yogourt are going to be made with light cream instead of evaporated milk.

I can't get over how many things have a bunch of processed ingredients. Even my usual bag of flour had a bunch of stuff (beyond the vitamins, flour, and wheat bran I thought were the only ingredients).

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1 g of sugar isn't too bad actually. Sorry. I didn't notice that.

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Completely understandable for those wanting to stay away from all things sugar to be reluctant to try the PB2. However, as the only ingredients are peanuts, sugar, and salt, and the total sugar per serving is only 1g, fiber is 2g, protein is 5g, fat is 1.5g, and calories are 45...I thought it seemed to be an interesting product to try as a subsitute for the higher-calorie regular PB - especially for concocting a low-cal dessert option for those of us who have a life-long love/hate relationship w/ the stuff.

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Are we surprised?? It's the same old story with manufactured foods that claim some weight reducing magic. Just looking at myself and my eating/diet/fear of getting "fat" obsession, I too want to be able to eat as much as I feel like and still lose weight. My favorite choices for nut butters are almond butter (which I make myself) and sesame butter (tahini). Neither of those things are helpful to my weight problems LOL!!
Peanut butter, from what I've studied (yummy as it is!) has some nutritional problems attached to it. I rarely let PB touch my lips any more.

Confession: I am pretty much addicted to the roasty, creamy, sticky, mouth experience of nut butters. I especially like to mix sesame butter and honey. And right there; there goes my resolve to pay attention to my weight!
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I googled. Unfortunately they take the healthy fat out and add sugar back in.

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Never heard of it. Is it powdered PB?

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Just a thought... since you're trying to keep the calories low in the dessert, have you ever tried PB2? It's in powder form, and can be mixed w/ water or other beverage of choice, w/ half the calories of regular PB...and it's a natural product, no icky synthetic stuff. I just read about it in one of my other team forums recently but haven't had a chance to try it yet. Only certain places sell it, but you can get it online also.

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Enjoyed some roasted turkey breast for dinner last night and tonight. So yummy! Much better than a packaged dinner which is what we used to live on :(

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WAY TO GO!!

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Not sure you'd call it a makeover but here's one clean change I've made this week...

My daughter is on a hashbrown kick this week. Usually we buy frozen hashbrowns, either loose or in patties. But the chemicals/preservatives are what I'm trying to avoid. So instead, I bought 3 of the smallest potatoes I could find in the produce department, baked one per morning in the microwave and then diced and cooked for her. It was a smaller portion than if I made either frozen variety, was clean, cooked so much faster than frozen and she absolutely loved them!

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Ok. Is that the Chocolate PBS pudding recipe?

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Hey Laura, When I clicked on your recipe link, it goes to it and there is a tab to the right of the ingredients list that says "add photo". Just in case you didn't see it yet since you asked.. Lisa emoticon

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I'm so sorry
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I will try it with meringue on Saturday. First I have to eat this batch! lol

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I think that would have to be done before the thing has gelled completely--needs to be thick but soft...I think.

Of course (can't believe I'm about to type this) the proof is in the pudding!
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Good idea. Whip up some meringue and fold it into the pudding. YUM!

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Oh yeah, you're right, duh! split into 4 servings.
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I was thinking that maybe if we whipped the thing up to incorporate more air somehow. Maybe make a partially gelled thing and then whip it up real good with an electric beater or whipping attachment before gelling it all the way. What do you think?

OR, since it IS a mousse why not incorporate whipped egg whites?? Just an idea that popped into my head right now.

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I fixed my typo... also, my recipe INCLUDES PB, although it is only 1 tbsp among the four servings. I think it could actually use another tbsp after having eaten it.
It is a little like chocolate flavored jello. I imagine it would be much creamier if using half-and-half (which originally was the recipe I had borrowed it from used).
And, yeah. Those jello cups look PUNY! lol. 2.3 oz... so that's just a tad more than a 1/4 cup. Pretty small serving. My pudding his easily over 1/2 cup. emoticon

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Hey Laura, you mention half & half in the instructions. Maybe you didn't mean "half & half" but milk.

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I just tried to find out the weight of one of those Jell-O Mousse Temptations snacks and didn't have much luck. the best I could find was 65 grams which is only 2.3 ounces. They must be talking about weight not volume. 2.3 ounces!! Sheese, what a rip off! A lot of air and chemicals I think.

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That looks great Laura. I like the addition of pb. I so love the combo of pb and chocolate. But you are right, that would bring the calories up a bit ha ha; like up almost 100 calories! But if you broke this down to 6 oz servings that would bring it down to 75 calories per serving even with the pb. I know, I know, who can eat only 6 oz?? But that is what those Jell-O things are...I think. Even some of the members of that other team admitted to not being able to eat only one serving! And THATS of the yucky version!!
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OK. I think I have come up with a winner. If you prefer to use sugar, then use 1/4 cup evaporated cane juice crystals or sucanat... it will add calories and carbs...
If vegan or vegetarian you could use coconut milk or almond milk. I bet coconut milk would be yummy!
If you want to delete the PB you could probably ssave about 25 calories too...

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One of my friends here is vegan. She made a beautiful jelled salad? with konyaku, cranberries and nuts. Of course, since I am still on rodenticide until June, I could not eat it with cranberries, but even the kids liked it. But since I had my heart surgery in December, I will be off the coumadin (wafarin) in June; so I can eat cranberries and green tea again.


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My first attempt at the Jello-stuff failed miserably. lol. I'm gonna try again tomorrow...

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My sister also complains of being a short order cook with a 12 year old who never likes what they are having for meals.


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hey hey whaduhya think I yam, a short order cook??
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lol how about both..with an without? emoticon

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RUM is definitely the magic word! Sounds delish!

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1/11/11 2:46 A

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Did someone say RUM? emoticon emoticon emoticon

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1/11/11 1:30 A

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Do you want that with or without the rum?

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1/11/11 1:26 A

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Yum let me know when the recipe is developed emoticon it sounds really yummie emoticon

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1/11/11 1:08 A

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This sounds like fun, I'm already seeing some ingredients in my head:
plain gelatin (or agar agar)
cocoa powder
whipping cream
Ooh, ooh, whip it up with my whisk attachment on my immersion blender
Sweeten it with a little sugar and/or a stevia product.
Maybe even use some coconut milk or evaporated skim milk for low calories
Toss in some rum...wait, did I say that?
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1/11/11 12:46 A

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ANI had a great idea for a thread, and I think it would be a great idea for a STICKY. So, I'm reposting her post here. I hope we get lots of great "alternatives" to Jello- mousse chocolate temptation thingys. lol

ANIDUCKTHISTLE's original post:
Hey, I have an idea. I was just over at one of my other teams where people were oohing and aahing over Jell-o's creepy mousse choc temptations thingy cups. I, of course, being the tactful sparker that I am, told them what I thought of some of the really yucky ingredients in that somewhat almost, but not quite altogether,food-like substance.

Okay Annie, get to the point! I think we should try to whip up something like that product in our own kitchens using healthy alternatives for ingredients. I don't know how big those yucky cups are but my guess is not more than 6 oz. Maybe we could have a sort of contest to see who comes up with the best and then I'll go back to that team and share with them what we created. They have to have about 60 calories each.

Crazy, I know.
-annie

PS: or maybe not have a contest, just kick around some ideas between each other.

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