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4/22/19 8:46 A

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Thank you Everybody!

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4/20/19 9:01 P

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What about hummus and veggies like celery, mini bell peppers, grape tomatoes, mini cucumbers. emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

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4/20/19 8:38 A

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I love veggies like cucumber, bell pepper, broccoli, radish, etc. dipped in hummus or a homemade ranch dip (2% plain greek yogurt, garlic powder, onion powder, dill, salt & pepper and maybe a squeeze of lemon or drop of milk to thin a little).

Celery & peanut butter is always a classic!

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4/20/19 12:22 A

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visit a farmers market. fresh local grown tastes best. season with herbs. there are non fat dips, salsas hummus. homemade dips, seasoning mixes can be made per taste or per dietary needs (low salt, sugar free etc)

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4/19/19 7:33 P

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Green beans when I need to crunch! Also, celery and peanut butter.

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4/8/19 3:17 P

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I really like cold steamed broccoli - as in, it's been steamed to crisp-tender, and then chilled, like left over from the night before. For whatever reason, I can eat that all the time.

I also really enjoy cold steamed green beans. I like how they squeak when you eat them!

Sugar snap peas, definitely. Pepper strips (I don't like the little baby peppers - I dislike eating around the seeds and stems). Really fresh, crisp snow peas. Roasted beats, chilled, peeled and sliced. Baby cucumbers cut into spears.

If you don't mind getting in a few dips, there's a really good one made mostly from fat-free greek yogurt that I love with celery:
3/4 c. fat free Greek yogurt
1/4 c. crumbled blue cheese
pinch of salt
1 tablespoon lemon juice
1-2 garlic cloves, finely minced or run over a microplane
2 tablespoons Kraft Avocado Oil mayonnaise

It makes 6 servings, 55 calories each (3.1g fat, 1.4g carb, 4.1g protein). I top it with a couple of dashes of hot sauce for a sort of Buffalo dip for my celery. I used to hate celery as a kid, until I discovered that *fresh* celery (as opposed to slightly old, bendy celery) is quite tasty, especially with this dip and if I'm craving a salty crunch.



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4/8/19 10:23 A

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Thank you everybody! Lots of great things to try here!

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4/8/19 9:46 A

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trying to avoid repeats- i like thin jicama sticks with lemon/lime juice and a tiny bit of salt, sugar snap peas, roasted chickpeas (you can flavor them in so many different ways), kale chips, cherry tomatoes on their own, or cherry tomatoes + cucumber +/- chickpeas + basil + evoo.

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4/7/19 3:03 A

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I actually really enjoy raw romaine leaves and raw spinach straight from the bag. Raw zucchini, squash, and cucumber slices are favorites as well.

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Unless I am having coleslaw I NEVER use dressings, so am happy to eat whatever vegetable as is. That way I enjoy the true flavour of the vege.

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4/5/19 2:54 P

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I love those mini bell peppers! Radishes are also a nice crunchy snack. Both have lots of flavor just on their own.

I also love making veggie salads (non-lettuce) with cucumber, cherry tomatoes, peppers, olives,(and whatever other veggies you like!) and those mozzarella pearls or feta or other crumbly cheese. A bit of olive oil is all it needs to be fantastic!

For a delightful addition top with fresh basil leaves (whole or sliced).

You can also do roasted veggies with olive oil in the oven - mushrooms, broccoli, brussels sprouts, zucchini, parsnips, and onion chunks. A sprinkle of salt and pepper and you're golden *grin*

You can also take celery root (celeriac) or rutabaga and slice them into fries, toss with olive oil and salt, and bake until tender or crispy to preference. Very tasty as french fry substitutes, and good with ketchup even!

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4/5/19 2:31 P

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sugar snap peas, celery, broccoli, peppers, cherry tomatoes, etc.

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Any ideas for veggie snacks? I get tired of carrots and don't want dressing so I avoid others. What are your go tos?

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