Everyday you look at recipes to gain Sparkpoints, why not start cookbooks of recipes you like for later use? Better yet each week hunt up a recipe on a specific vegetable. That'll give you new ways to cook a specific veggie. *winka
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My granny taught me to cook using the family recipes which often read salt/sugar/pepper/butter/cream to taste. To break this habit I keep water & sip instead of tasting or rise mouth with Listerin before entering kitchen 334
Over the nxt year I'm working w my neighbor - does my cooking since stroke 2007 - to rewrite recipes making healthy & include measurements.224
Each week I make fresh batches of healthy tuna salad and vegetable soup. I also have lots of fresh fruit, cut vegies and healthy crunchy snacks around. I'm more likely to choose healthy lunch f ood if there is a variety of prepared, easy options available for me to "grab and go." (see recipe links)
Tuna salad recipe: http://recipes.sparkpeople.com/recipe-detail.asp?recipe=323203
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