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09/13/2017 3:47PM
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Laura D.

01/23/2017 8:10AM
Going to attempt to make a simplified version of bibimbap (korean mixed vegetables with rice) for dinner tonight. This is the base recipe: http://www.maangchi.com/recipe/bibimbap

I'm going simplify it considerably by only adding easy to find veg, most of which we have on hand: carrots, mushrooms, kale, scallions, and bean sprouts.

We're also planning to soft boil the eggs instead of frying for two reasons: healthier and will make leftovers simpler.

We have a big tub of gochujang from making bo ssam (korean pork lettuce wraps)*** so really I just need to pick up the sprouts.

***bo ssam recipe if anyone is interested: http://cooking.nytimes.com/recipes/12197-momofukus-bo-ssam It was SO GOOD! It was not difficult to make but was a bit time consuming - definitely recommend making on a day off unlike stupid me making it on a weeknight. I made the pork in our slow cooker and used miso paste instead of ssamjang (closest I could find without going to the asian market - it tasted delicious if not authentic ;P)
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Laura D.

01/21/2017 12:06PM
I made a rutabaga bisque soup last week and it was really good and super easy (not to mention an excellet excuse to use our new immersion blender): http://www.chowhound.com/recipes/smoked-paprika-and-rutabaga-bisque-11551

For a 1 c serving: 150 cal, 14g carbs, 9g fat, 3g protein. Very good made according to the recipe, but next time I will likely add roasted garlic
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Pam

01/15/2017 7:38AM
  • Spaghetti with zucchini noodles!yummy. I made a organic lean ground beef sauce with tons of veggies. And I used crushed tomatoes instead of commercial sauce. Used onion, carrots,celery, red peppers lots of finely chopped crimini mushrooms garlic and spices. I also have a sprializer for the noodles
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Connie W.

01/09/2017 12:27AM
One of my favorite healthy snacks is Greek yogurt with fruit (banana, berries, grapes, or all of the above) and some nuts (almonds, peanuts, pecans, whatever you like). It's a combination of creamy and crunchy with just enough sweetness to satisfy my sweet tooth. Plus it's a good source of protein.
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Calcifer

great tip, upping protein is so crucial

Tracy S.

01/08/2017 12:32PM
  • Great chicken and chicken broth.... take 2 whole chickens and place in large stockpot. Add enough water to cover chicken but not too high as youll need room to add veggies. Bring to boil and then skim off white froth. While waiting for water to boil, get veggies ready. Wash 5 carrots with stems and leaves on. Peel 2 onions and cut in half. Peel all cloves in one bunch of garlic and cut each in half. Wash 1 leek and cut at white part (I don't use the white part but you can). Wash one bunch of celery including the leafy tops. Cut bottom off and discard. Wash half a bunch of parsley. Once froth is skimmed off, add in all veggies and lower temp to low or med low in order to keep the water slightly bubbly. Cover with lid. Cook for 2.5 to 3 hours. Let cool about an hour. Then remove chicken carefully and pick chicken meat off bones. Use the meat any way you want.... shred it for chicken tacos or add barbecue sauce for yummy barbecue chicken. Strain liquid in pot and put in fridge....drink a cup daily for gut health or to help ward off coldso this time of year.
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Calcifer

looks delicious! Must be so nutritious too :)

Calcifer

01/07/2017 8:59AM
  • Beef and tomato salad with horseradish, low cal and high protein :D A farcry better than the lunches I was having last month!
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Calcifer

01/07/2017 8:23AM
These are a great collection of low-carb chicken recipes for anybody else following this plan like me :)

http://www.ibreatheimhungry.com/2017/01/65-best-low-carb-chicken-recipes.html?utm_source=I+Breathe+I%27m+Hungry+Subscribers&utm_campaign=1826a375f6-RSS_EMAIL_CAMPAIGN&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_c4c0bd61c2-1826a375f6-81940129
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Pam

Thank you for the post

Crystal

01/04/2017 1:03PM
  • Breakfast Idea: Whole-grain bagel (thin) with almond butter, strawberries and bananas. Ingredients: 1 thin whole-grain bagel, 1 teaspoon of almond butter and 1 cup of fresh mixed strawberries and bananas. Serving: 1 carb, 1 oil & nut butters, and 1 fruit. Enjoy friends!
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