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8/16/13 2:24 A

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8/15/13 11:40 P

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Posted a new topic in General Discussion Forum - Recipe Book will not work. The info came from Coach_Denise. Cheers.

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8/15/13 6:31 A

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8/15/13 6:08 A

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I called it Fast:50 recipe book, original, eh?
http://recipes.sparkpeople.com/CookbookE
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Something went wrong befor ewhen I tried to share it... Can you findi? Can you add recipes to it? That would be awesome if you could!

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8/15/13 3:47 A

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I have ordered the Shiritarki noodles, what a job that was, they are all over the internet, but just not accessible to us in UK, well, not unless one is willing to pay 100 times more for postage and that's were they get you, you fill in the forms, give all you details and then find that you could have bought a small house with what they want to charge you for shipping:( It's taken hours:(

Fifi, I did post yesterday, but as yet you can't have seen it. What did you put as a heading on your SP cookery book?

Have a good one guys;)

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8/14/13 11:43 P

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Pleased the Quorn was OK, but can't see that happening in our house at the moment. If I did, then I'd be cooking different meals for different people, and frankly, I really can't be bothered. I'm at the age when least fuss the better .. is how I live and how I like it. Still, great you enjoyed the Quorn Fifi.

We are not noodly people, so I have bought the lo-carb rice, spaghetti, and elbow pasta. Gee, this sounds great. Also bought a pack of lo-cal lo-carb carbonara sauce to go. I'll let you know how it all goes when I get and try. Cool! And yes, it's all a bit pricey, so we'll see if it's worth it!


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8/14/13 6:04 A

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Agree Mel, I maybe won't entirely cut out asta and rice but they will be eaten because I specially want to, it's riced cauliflower instead of potato mash, and voodles and shirataki noodles instead of spag and rice the rest of the time. Though the shirataki noodles are a bit pricey...
BTW the Quorn was delicious!

Edited by: FIFIFRIZZLE at: 8/14/2013 (06:10)
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8/14/13 1:25 A

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Mel: Glad you got it;) Woolworths! emoticon shut down in UK years ago. Catch U on chat thread.

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8/14/13 1:13 A

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Susie ~ I read the Youtube video you sent me about Shirataki noodles. emoticon

I have been researching and all good from what I have found. Also they come under a lot of different names. Here in Australia we can buy at our Woolworths and Coles Supermarkets under Changs Ultra Lo Carb Wok Ready Noodles and also Slim Pasta.

However I have now purchased (online) the rice, spaghetti, and macaroni type pasta. I've always been impatient.. emoticon
Australian website: www.locarbcentral.com.au and found heaps of other goodies there too. Haven't the time to go back there yet, but certainly will. I think there are some UK sites too.. google.

I am really taken in now by these lo calorie and lo carb products that taste the same as the fatty stuff. Now, who would be bothered eating a cup of rice at 200 calories when you can enjoy same for 10?

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8/14/13 1:02 A

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I saw this post yesterday but wanted to do a little research, before I made any comment about the yet unknown (to me anyway;) Shiritaki noodle I could only find good reports, however, it is very difficult to find an outlet that sells said noodles, so I am going to have to buy on line. It's not cheap and I would like to suggest to anyone else that intends to do the same, that you purchase from a reputable seller, I am doing it through a well known Health Food Supplier called Holland and Barrett. I do NOT buy food or any other Health Supplement on line unless I am 100% sure of it's origin.

BEWARE and BE SAFE on line! emoticon

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8/13/13 10:16 P

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emoticon Crazydog Barb! emoticon

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8/13/13 8:05 P

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Yes, the only place I can get there here is a grocery store 1/2 hr. away. BUT they do have them on-line as well. Haven't ordered them that way, but HAVE had the vermicelli and angel hair noodles. Yes, they are made of yam, but no way would you know that! For sure they have to be well rinsed! But they're good using them like you would any other noodle. They cook up al dente like I normally cook my pasta noodles. They're something I go to once in awhile when I have a yen for Italian food or just noodles in general.

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8/13/13 7:35 P

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Thanks for that info. Fifi. As I said on your blog, you never cease to impress!
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8/13/13 4:37 A

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Do you have an Asian grocer nearby? They will have them. You have to ask for them as they are in a different section from the dried noodles. They come packed in water and they need to be thoroughly rinsed twice , then cooked - well, really, heated up - in hot water just for a minute or two, so they are really very convenient and easy. They are made from a yam apparently.
I started off on the angel hair version, very thin noodles, I got them from our local supermarket.
They taste just like instant noodles, ie not like anything, really. They would definitely go with fish.

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8/12/13 11:53 P

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I am not 'up' with cooking noodles. I eat them at Chinese restaurants or do the 2-minute noodles at home (full of salt & msg, I know), but is what I do.

Where do you buy these and are they easy to cook up and maybe use them with a fish meal?


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8/11/13 1:23 P

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Fifi's food but not as we know it?

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OMG! Yes hum and No to either. I will however put them on my shopping list and give them a go. Corn noodles as a name, really doesn't do it for me! Any ideas on a name for said meal? Chow Frizzle perhaps. emoticon

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8/11/13 11:45 A

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I've been using cabbage as a substitute for noodles but last night I tried shirataki noodles, they work much better and only 6 cals a serve. They are made from a yam and apparently have almost no carbs either.
Has anyone else tried them? Maybe a good low cal fat meal. Ooooh I can feel Quorn with noodles coming on, LOL!


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