Eggplant.... For Burgers, Stew And More For Low Calorie, Low Carb
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The fiber in eggplant can lower cholesterol and prevent the absorption of fat. It may also help in the prevent of cancer. Eggplant is a low calorie food, great for, a side dish, casserole, soups, stews, or as eggplant burger. Low in protein eggplant should be paired with a protein. Small to medium sized eggplants are sweeter. Controls blood-glucose levels and is low in carbs
Brush eggplant with extra virgin olive oil and broil for 4 to 5 minutes on each side. Place a slice of Sargento Fat Free Provolone or mozzerella ontop of broiled slice and a slice of tomato. Grill another mintue. Remove, top with ground pepper. If you have another idea for eggplant, please submit
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Eggplant is low in calories and high in fiber & magnesium & potassium. Good for diabetic and dieters alike because of it's high water content. A great Diuretic! Has antioxidants too! Try eggplant parm, eggplant stew, and some people add eggplant to their salads. Use slices as mini pizza crusts or add eggplant to spaghetti, use grilled as a side or in a sandwich. SO many things to do with eggplant and stay skinny!
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