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    I'm posting this recipe because my FIL's second wife has had great success with it. Whether it's the placebo effect or whether it actually works, it has brought this dear woman, a former operating room nurse, some relief and she doesn't doubt its efficacy. Her comment to me was really interesting; she said that she didn't realize how much it was helping her until she wasn't able to have her drunken raisins during a vacation. By the end of three days without the raisins, her knees, which had been doing well, were swollen and very painful. Your mileage may vary. Researching the origins of the recipe, it was apparently first described by Paul Harvey in the 1990s. As with any home remedy, consult your doctor and use common sense when using this. Preparation time does not include the time that it takes for the gin to evaporate.

    Recipe #236772

    7 Reviews |  By Katzen

    Found on Homemakers, this is an easy, and smaller portioned vegetarian quinoa chili. Qunioa has more protein than any other grain, as well as more nutrients! Make sure to rinse your quinoa well, as this will remove any residual bitter-tasting natural saponins coating.

    Recipe #426628

    7 Reviews |  By Elmotoo

    From Western Africa - a tasty combination of squash, yams, and coconut milk.

    Recipe #140775

    Raitas combine fruits or vegetables with yogurt to provide cooling accompaniments to spicy dishes. In the vegetarian households that traditionally serve raita, it has a double function -- it acts as a refresher and a digestive at the same time.

    Recipe #137164

    Originally from Cook's Magazine. Can be a side dish (4 servings) or a vegetarian main course (2 servings)

    Recipe #343559

    Africa has a long history of banana cultivation. Phytolith discoveries in Cameroon dating to the first millennium BCE triggered an as yet unresolved debate about the date of first cultivation in Africa. There is linguistic evidence that bananas were known in Madagascar around that time. The earliest prior evidence indicates that cultivation dates to no earlier than late 6th century AD. It is likely, however, that bananas were brought at least to Madagascar if not to the East African coast during the phase of Malagasy colonization of the island from South East Asia c400CE. Here we have a simple, healthy drink made with just 1 banana. Idea from The 80/10/10 Diet by Dr. Douglas N. Graham, a cool raw food book.

    Recipe #443988

    I 'rn out of dog biscuits and having 3 doggies I needed some fast. 2 @ are recently rescued so treats for training are vital. I looked up several recipes but missed 1 or more ingredients in most. Here is what I came up with and all 3 gobbled them up and are waiting as I type near the stove for batch 2. Minimal fat for the dogs and super easy and inexpensive for me. edited 2/11 seeoption below. My Sassy Girl needs to lose a few pounds like mama so I was always breking up these bisuits to meet her needs and be safe. Therefore I rolled them and used a pizza cutter to make 1/1 in squares. Now Sassy can enjoy several per day and not broken down. I

    Recipe #433346

    Recipe #354621

    For anyone who desires an authentic taste of the mid east. This recipe was learned by watching a good friend of mine in Jordan when she was grinding her family's monthly supply.

    Recipe #79179

    From a magazine with chocolate recipes.

    Recipe #380658

    I was looking for a good recipe for a homemade bar-b-que sauce I could use on pork chops, but I couldn't find one I liked so I made my own. So far I've only used it on pork chops I cooked in the oven. It's super easy and fast. And it's tasty too! Even my 3 year-old and my husband like it.

    Recipe #350452

    6 Reviews |  By Annacia

    I suppose that this isn't really a recipe as much as passing along a tip for something that I enjoy in Oct.

    Recipe #466123

    This recipe for this open-faced samdwocj was found in The Finnish Cookbook, 1964.

    Recipe #375113

    This is easy and the end product is excellent. You can also freeze it for later. We really enjoy it all year long but especilly the winter. Sometimes we have over spegetti noodles. You have to try it!

    Recipe #346918

    6 Reviews |  By Brenda.

    A quick appetizer you can assemble earlier in the day. A snap to prepare when guests arrive.

    Recipe #180474

    1 Reviews |  By Cleoppa

    Found this one in Self magazine, February 2008. Use it in muffin recipes, etc., replacing up to 2/3 of the fat. Wanted to try it so posted it here.

    Recipe #347628

    12 Reviews |  By Debbwl

    This is a potato salad recipe that use cauliflower in place of potatoes. This can be vegetarian as the bacon is optional. This is best chilled 24 hours.

    Recipe #382431

    This is a staff favorite from Food and Wine Magazine. This is special enough to serve to guests. It does take some prep, but it is comletely worth all the steps. I suggest making the Hollandaise sauce first and keeping it warm over the hot water bath, while preparing the sanwiches. Enjoy!

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