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Julie, I LOVE bulgar!

Also, the BF does all of the grocery shopping (and yes, I'm forever grateful!). He is so enamoured of my latest legume experimentation, he came home the other day LOADED down with dried beans, split peast, barley, etc. I can't wait to get in the kitchen and experiment!

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I just had a fantastic vegan bulgar dish. Very yummy. I got it here:
www.bonappetit.com/recipes/food-love
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I'm going to be eating out all weekend....that's why I'm waiting till we get home to start my tracking for real!!

Although, I haven't been doing to bad...I'm not going overboard, which is a good thing!

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Printed out the recipe for Baked Oatmeal - sounds good.

I haven't eaten out once this week (so far) I'm giddy...

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WOW that looks GREAT! Thanks for sharing, Carolyn!

I brought leftovers for lunch today... vegan chili with soy crumbles, red kidney beans, green peppers and onions and zucchini. It was great on Tuesday night and I am looking forward to it for lunch today!

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Holy smakeral that is some oatmeal! I will make some subs to lighten it up and glad to see how many portions it whips up. I LOVE steel cut oats. emoticon

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Holy moly that looks good emoticon

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This recipe for baked oatmeal was posted by the leader of the Eating Clean team. It sounds delicious; I plan to make it next week. I can't do it this weekend since I either have appointments or workouts Friday, Saturday, and Sunday mornings.

nourishedkitchen.com/baked-oatmeal/

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Last night's dinner:

I steamed some baby heirloom potatoes (white, red and purple) along with some kale. Maybe it was collards. Same diff!

When those were done, I put them in a bowl with sauteen sweet onion and mushrooms and black beans. DELISH! It helped that the onions and mushrooms were prepared by Larry ahead of time and only needed reheating!

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Tammy- I already tried it once its easy like the chick peas

the Kale chips are expensive at health food store

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Thanks for the link. It does look pretty simple. Now to be brave enough to try it...

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I just Googled "kale chips" and lots of recipes popped up. Looks really simple!

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I think same as the chick peas just toast them on a sheet & season

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So how do you make kale chips? emoticon

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John - I have kale chips on my menu in a few days. I have had them before. Pretty tasty!

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I'm kind of lazy that way. The extra firm tofu is obviously dryer that others but I will press it for a few minutes ... maybe 5?



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Jodi, do you press the tofu before you cook it?

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Change of plans. Forgot to put the Lentil Soup in the crock pot before my run (duh).

Tonight's dinner is Tofu Cacciatore.
Slice brick of extra firm tofu into about 1/4" slices. Coat them in whole wheat flour (acts as a thickening agent for the sauce). In a fry pan, saute the slices in a few tablespoons of sun-dried tomato dressing (I use Kraft Sun-dried Tomato & Oregano Dressing & Marinade.) until they're golden brown and a wee crispy. Cover the tofu with any tomato sauce and sauteed veggies you like. I use No Salt Added variety and love to add mushrooms and peppers. Add another couple of tablespoons of the Sun-dried Tomato dressing to the sauce. Allow to simmer while you cook up some brown rice or pasta.



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I made roasted root veggies once with few cloves garlic there was few cups left over & next day put in blender with veg or chicken stock and made soup
added some herbs

BTW- anyone make Kale chips ????



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Tammy, I roasted up a bunch of root veggies on Christmas. They were so delicious, that was actually all I ate!

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I brought a can of chick peas yesterday. I need to get them in the oven! Now I know to keep the oven hot & stir every 15 minutes!

Sharon - I don't know why but I cringe when I see eggplant. I may have to step up & try it as you make it sound really good.

The pasta dish Carolyn posted sounds wonderful!

I love to roast vegetables such as onions, sweet potatoes, red potatoes, and baby carrots all together in the oven with a little salt, pepper, and olive oil. It's great with just about any dish.



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John, that sounds really good!

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Chick peas turned out pretty tasty. Especially the ones which were really crispy! I stirred every 15 mins for an hour on 350. Next time I'll increase the heat as my oven may not be as hot! ( great ... now I'm singing "don't you wish your oven was hot like mine?!" .... )

Happy Tuesday! Going to make me some quinoa for brekkie and lentil soup for dinner!

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I made veggies in a deep pan with onions oilive oil the added tumeric because I read its anti-inflammatory & red cayenne then added brown rice and

I threw in those chick peas I toasted earlier hey it works kind of Asian Indian mix


oh I also added black beans to add more protein



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Julie, thanks for the recipe.

Sharon, wanna be my cook?

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Julie, that sounds great! I had not thought of making a "hummus" with edamame!

Last night I roasted an eggplant. While that was roasting, I sauteed up an onion, sliced thin, in olive oil till it was caramelized. To the pan, I added some leftover barley and homemade tomato sauce from the weekend. When the eggplant was cool enough to handle, I scraped the roasted flesh into the pan and stirred to combine. I added some steamed frozen veggies and beans and had a one pot bowl of goodness! The roasted eggplant gave the dish a creaminess, like risotto!

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My local grocery store has an organic freezer section. I grab a bag of the shelled edemame. Put them in a bowl and microwave on high for 2 minutes. Throw them in the food processor with 2 tsp of sesame oil, dash of salt, teaspoon of garlic (minced), and tsp of lemon juice. You can dip veggies or whole grain chips/crackers in it.

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I'm not really into hummus but the edemame hummus sounds pretty good as I like edemame...How do you make it?

*beet greens* what are those...I know beets but not beet greens.

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Just popped my chick peas into the oven. Set the timer and will give them a stir every 15 mins just in case! Will let you know if I make a mess of them or not!

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JohnFS-sorry, yes I do stir them about every 15 minutes.

I would love to see the edamame hummus recipe too.

MB-that sounds delish!

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OK the chick peas snack didnt turn out some were chruncy and some were mushy
I cooked them for 30min should I stir them around next time?

Julie - recipe for Edemame hummus?

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Just whipped up a batch of edemame hummus for tomorrow's snack. I have to admit that I sampled and it is excellent. I'll be dipping cauliflower and endive in it. emoticon

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Im making the chick peas on a cookie sheet now I added onion/garlic powder
black pepper red cayenne pepper and when done at end add some sea salt

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Christy ~ I love love love savoury, crunchy snacks (to a fault!)!! Can't wait to make this!!

One of my faves ...
www.sparkpeople.com/resource/recipes
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I'm also a huge fan of quinoa! I top it with vegan Becel and cracked sea salt.



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I LOVE that, Christy! Nice crunchy snack!

Here's what I made last night:

I simmered 2 cups of veggie broth and 1 cup of yellow split peas along with 2 tbps of turmeric and 1/2 tsp. of cayenne pepper.

While that was simmering, I heated some oil in a pan and added 1.5 tbps cumin and 2 cloves till fragrant. Then I added a chopped onion and sauteed till it was very soft.

Next, I steamed some beet greens and spinach.

When the lentils were done, I added the onions and the greens, plus some red kidney beans.

DELISH! And really colorful!

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Christy, that sounds really interesting. Easy too.

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Christy - thats sounds emoticon Im going to add cayenne hot pepper on it

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I love taking 2-3 cans of garbanzo beans, rinse, drain and spread them out on a large cookie sheet, sprinkle with your favorite seasoning (I like Garlic Dude Dust) and bake at 350* until they're as crunchy as you like. Mine usually take about 45 minutes.

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Sharon I do same with organic brown rice make it a one pot meal

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This looks like a great recipe. I also liked reading about the doctor's book-sounds like it would be a good one.

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I plan to whip this up and try it tomorrow morning:

www.101cookbooks.com/archives/warm-a
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A great complex carb start to your day with some freggies in there as well. emoticon

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I don't usually follow recipes, but I like to make a batch of barley and then stir in sauteed veggies and beans - chick peas are my favorite.

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I think I'll enjoy this thread! Thanks for starting it, Tammy. :-)

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I love this vegetarian pasta recipe for before or after a run/race. I saw this on Lyon in the Kitchen and got the recipe from his web site. Skip the cheese for vegan:

Pasta Al Fresco (Pasta in the fresh air or outdoors)

Ingredients:
8 ounces dried pasta of choice, like spaghetti or capellini


Sauce:
Zest and juice of 1 lemon
3/4 cup or 3 ounces, green olives, pitted and torn
1/2 cup chopped basil
1 teaspoon fresh oregano, torn
1 clove garlic, finely minced*
3 tomatoes, seeded and chopped or 1 small can tomatoes (14.5 ounces), diced
1/4 cup EVOO
Kosher salt and a few good twists of freshly ground black pepper
Parmigiano-Reggiano, shaved as needed, garnish
Toasted pine nuts, as needed, garnish

To toast the pine nuts:
In an oven set at 325F, use an oven-safe plate and stir occasionally to prevent burning until light brown in color, approximately 8 to 10 minutes.

Instructions:
In a large pot of boiling salted water (the water should taste like the ocean), add the pasta and cook until al dente. While the pasta is cooking, in a large bowl, combine the other sauce ingredients. Drain, then immediately toss with the other ingredients. Garnish with the pine nuts and Parmigiano-Reggiano.

*If your stomach is sensitive to raw garlic, in a small sauce pan, combine all of the ingredients, except the basil, and cook over medium heat until very warm. Stir, season to taste, then toss with the drained hot pasta and basil. Garnish and serve.

Note about Pine Nuts: Sometimes these may leave a bitter taste in your mouth for a couple of days. I discovered this when using cheap pine nuts.

Serves: 4

Oh, and you can have a frosty beer with this, too!
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I'm all for a cold and frosty beer after a long run!

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Gail - It's for the drinks and the recipes that brought you to the start & to the finish line! Oh, yea... we got to share some drink recipes that are nice & low cal. :)

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oh, is this the tread to talk about the drinks after the marathon?

Or is it for the recipes that brought you to the start and through the finish healthy, looking vibrant and in one piece?

"Dead Last Finish is greater than Did Not Finish which greatly trumps Did Not Start."

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Share your favorite recipe with the team!

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