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    An attempt to create a Beef with Broccoli version for the crock pot. Serve with brown rice or rice noodles.

    Recipe #510681

    An attempt to make a healthier BBQ beef. I use Certified Angus Beef, and a low sugar BBQ sauce like Walden Farms. Serve on a whole wheat bun, or a wrap with coleslaw.

    Recipe #510683

    An attempt to simplify and make a recipe healthier. I suggest good quality tomatoes such as Cento brand, and Certified Angus Beef Brand.

    Recipe #510679

    From the Certified Angus Beef website. http://recipes.certifiedangusbeef.com/recipedetail.aspx?id=601

    Recipe #510374

    An attempt to reduce sodium and improve a soup recipe

    Recipe #510678

    An attempt to reduce sodium and fat from a family favorite.

    Recipe #510677

    An attempt to reduce fat and sodium in Quizno's recipe

    Recipe #510676

    An attempt to reduce fat and sodium content in a family favorite.

    Recipe #510675

    An attempt to recreate a healthier version of an Olive Garden favorite. If you use sausage with fennel seed, you can omit the aniseed.

    Recipe #510674

    I found this on Pinterest and am posting it to try.

    Recipe #493489

    This recipe is so easy, yet so delicious. You can change up the type of meat (I have used a combo of beef, chicken and/or sausage) and use whatever veges you choose. It always comes out a winner! Whenever I bring it to a carry-in, I am inevitably asked for the recipe! I highly recommend you use Certified Angus Beef when preparing this dish ... you will taste the difference!

    Recipe #153164


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