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Praises for Ed's Cream Corn

Saturday, May 23, 2009

This is a dietician's dream. You get dairy, whole grains, protein, and dietary fat to supply essential fat-soluble vitamins such as A, D, E, and K plus an assortment of minerals. What's more, animal protein is more biologically available for use in building tissue than is plant-derived protein (with the possible exception of soy, which clearly would not complement a dish like this) and this recipe has plenty of animal protein. Also, rest is crucial to any fitness or weight-loss plan, because that's when tissues heal and become stronger, and this meal will make you want to hibernate immediately after consumption. It's also important to consume a minimum of 1,200 kcal for females and 1,500 kcal for males, lest you enter the dreaded "starvation mode," where lean muscle tissue is broken down to lower metabolism and extend life during periods of scarcity. Once this recipe catches on, starvation mode will no longer plague Americans and our country's citizens will all look like muscular track stars.

You can see the recipe here:
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Ingredients

Cream Cheese 2x 8oz block
Butter, unsalted, 2 sticks
Yellow sweet corn (frozen or fresh) 40oz
Granulated sugar 2 Tbsp
Whole milk 1 cup


Directions

Melt butter, milk, and cream cheese. Next add corn and stir together in crockpot. Add sugar and salt and pepper to taste. Cook on low for about 4 hours stirring occasionly. NOTE: will solidify at room temperature

Number of Servings: 20

Recipe submitted by SparkPeople user ROEDERB1
Number of Servings: 20

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  • BH7272
    Good one!! This would probably give me enough calories for a month, if I could stomach all that grease! I fear my body would reject it after just a few bites, due to intense saturated-fat shock...
    4021 days ago
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