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    This is from the Blood Type Diet website. I don't particularly agree with the premise of the diet, but there are some good recipes on the website. Marinating time not included in prep or cooking times. This would be a good recipe for OAMC.

    Recipe #358821

    This is a different coleslaw dressing. My mother always made this type of dressing when I was a kid. It's great for those times when you need a non-mayo type dressing.

    Recipe #250545

    Another recipe using Pamela's Baking & Pancake Mix.

    Recipe #250551

    I don't even know where I got this recipe, but it is very easy and the fudge always turns out perfect. (Cooling time not included in times.)

    Recipe #246132

    I really like this better than the jarred sauces and I know exactly what's in it and don't have to read the label everytime I need enchilada sauce.

    Recipe #250758

    This is another recipe using Pamela's Baking & Pancake Mix. I use it quite often as it is very versatile. These make great muffins to go along with soup on a cold winter night. This recipe can also be made as corn bread in an 8-inch square pan.

    Recipe #250438

    This was the first thing I ever made with Pamela's Baking & Pancake Mix. This recipe was taken from Pamela's website. However, it is no longer there and I thought I'd post it - mainly for me because I have a tendency to lose recipes!!!

    Recipe #208038

    In my quest for gluten-free, yeast-free pizza, I'm always trying different things to get that pizza taste that I crave but can't have. One day a few months ago I was really craving pizza while I was at the grocery store, so I bought some pizza sauce, turkey pepperoni and mozarella cheese and this is what I came up with. Not quite the same thing as the pizza I remember, but a pretty close second and it's ready in a pinch! Note: I've also made this with Italian turkey sausage or just plain cheese depending on my mood.

    Recipe #302814

    A hearty meatless meal for a cool fall evening - chili and cornbread all in one!

    Recipe #441361

    A recipe I came across by accident in one of my cookbooks. I've never made chili powder before, nor have I looked on Zaar for a recipe. Heaven only knows why I haven't. The only chili powder that I can buy is very expensive (I have an allergy to black pepper and most brands say "spice" on the label which could mean anything) so I decided to try this one. I'll never buy chili powder again. You can adjust the heat by increasing or decreasing the amount of cayenne.

    Recipe #410093

    The mix of ingredients in this recipe may seem really strange, but the aroma and the taste are just out of this world.

    Recipe #168112

    This is a recipe that I found on the Radiant Recovery website. A great sugar free marinade for Flank Steak. The original recipe called for 1 tablespoon of dried mustard - I cut it down to 1 teaspoon and also left out the black pepper (I'm allergic to it) and the salt because of the salt content of the tamari sauce. Cooking time is marinating time.

    Recipe #294536

    I started cleaning out some of my cookbooks that I'm no longer using and found this in "Your Fat is Not Your Fault" by Carol Simontacchi. I made a few changes to the herbs in the sauce from the original recipe and it was a nice change from my usual spaghetti dinner. Edited as per review -- one serving = five to six meatballs (depending on size).

    Recipe #215999

    Found this recipe in "Six Ingredients or Less: Chicken Cookbook" It's so easy and uses ingredients that most of us always have on hand. The sauce tastes great over rice. The recipe calls for a whole chicken, but you could use bone in breasts or thighs or any combination that you would like and adjust cooking time accordingly. This is also good with pork chops.

    Recipe #322085

    This is my own take on Goulash that my mother used to make when I was growing up. What she made was only ground beef, onions, tomato juice and macaroni. I've dressed it up a little bit and it's something that I can make at a drop of the hat because I usually have all the ingredients on hand.

    Recipe #166966

    Another recipe using Pamela's Baking & Pancake Mix.

    Recipe #250548

    This is a recipe that I found on ChefMD. A quick & easy stove top chicken recipe. I served this with oven roasted potatoes and asparagus.

    Recipe #357289

    I was in a lazy mood tonight and was trying to decide what we were going to have with our grilled pork tenderloin. I really didn't want to fix potatoes/rice and a vegetable so I got out my cook books and started looking. I found this rice and corn pilaf and decided that it fit the bill for what I was looking for. This recipe comes from the "AMA Family Cookbook" and BTW everyone enjoyed it!

    Recipe #127366

    The store bought GF crackers just aren't that good and they're very expensive. I found this recipe somewhere on the internet. This recipe works best with a white rice flour blend.

    Recipe #342029

    This is the lasagna recipe that I have used for years. I like the fact that you don't have to cook the noodles first. Found this in one of those cookbooks that you find at the check out stand. My recipe is getting tattered and worn so I thought I would post it here for safe keeping. Cooking time does not include setting overnight. I've posted the recipe to be gluten free, but you could easily use regular noodles in place of the brown rice lasagna.

    Recipe #364590

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