We keep a bag of shredded cabbage on hand to add a healthy kick to meals. Very good on sandwiches as it adds bulk and a good crunch (remember putting potato chips on your sandwich?) Toss a handful into a stir fry or soup. Toss a little with rice wine vinegar for a quick pickle.
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I find shredded cheese to be deceptive when measuring it, so I began to keep my shredded cheese in the freezer. Frozen cheese keeps it's shape and does not "squish" together like warm cheese - thus causing you to use less cheese. (But your head still sees the correct amount being measured.30
I've done a couple things that have really helped me. I have made my own breakfast sandwiches using slender rounds, egg whites, a tsp of shredded cheese and 1 shredded 60% less fat turkey sausage. I have also shredded all beef hotdogs [extra lean] into brown rice and a scrambled egg white. YUM!
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