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for more flavor

I love minced garlic and crushed ginger and Mrs Dash seasonings for added flavor and no sodium

- Submitted by BUTEAFULL 3/26/2010 in Cooking | 0 Comments

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Onions for Flavor

I like to sprinkle a few fresh chopped onions into many of my recipes. To save time, I cut up a whole onion and put the unused portion into a small container and put it in the refrigerator. When I need a little onion the next day, it's ready and so am I.

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- Submitted by MVRANA 3/25/2010 in Cooking | 2 Comments

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Low Carb Substitues for Pasta part 1

I love pasta, and make it frequently as it's a favorite in my household. The best part about my pasta however is my homemade sauce (and all the ooey gooey cheese!). I swap out the pasta with roasted eggplant or shirataki tofu noodles and have a very indulgent dinner for about 300 calories!

- Submitted by MYRTROSE 3/25/2010 in Cooking | 0 Comments

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Try New Things

I try at least 1-2 new recipes every couple weeks. Sometimes it is something completely new and other times it is something that I have adapted to be more healthy. I don't even have the same meal more than once a month.

- Submitted by CHRIS-FIT4LIFE 3/25/2010 in Cooking | 0 Comments

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Buy chicken with bones -- then make soup with leftovers

I usually buy my chicken with the bones in -- whether it's chicken breasts, thighs or an entire roaster.
Then I toss any left over carcass in water to cook for about 4 hours. Delicious broth and occasionally pieces of meat as well that were just too difficult to pull off the bone.
If I only have a couple of bones, I freeze them until I have enough.

- Submitted by HAWKTHREE 4/8/2014 in Cooking | 0 Comments

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USE BANANAS!!!!

Need a healthy, natural, sweet, and usable substitute for cooking? IN place of eggs or anything else unecessary? Go the Vegan route and use bananas. It only takes one, mush up your ingredients w/ your hands and it makes it fun!!!!

- Submitted by RUNYON2 2/12/2014 in Cooking | 0 Comments

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Fun Cooking

I love cooking and I always look for recipes in sparkpeople. I usually cook dishes that I can take leftovers for lunch the next day. My favorite recipes are slow cooking ones. I recently found crock pot liners that come right out after your food is ready leaving your crock pot spotless.

- Submitted by FORTYPLUS56 1/3/2014 in Cooking | 0 Comments

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NO CALORIE ITEMS TO COOK & BAKE WITH

I USE BUTTER SPRAY A LOT NO CALORIES.I EVEN USE IT TO COOK WITH.ALSO MRS.DASH.I ALSO LOVE COOKING WITH STEVIA I BUY THE OFF BRAND LIKE MEIJER'S B/C IT'S CHEAPER.I LOVE BAKING WITH IT

- Submitted by CRISSTARA 6/29/2013 in Cooking | 0 Comments

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Making Pie Crust

When you have completed your pie crust dough, wrap it in saran wrap and refrigerate it for one/half hour. Doing that produces a more tender crust.

- Submitted by MARYJOANNA 5/15/2013 in Cooking | 1 Comment

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SLOW COOKERS

I use a liner in my slow cooker to save time on cleaning it.

- Submitted by BASEBALLMOM29 4/12/2013 in Cooking | 1 Comment
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