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    High protein snacks and easy meals

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    This is a fairly new combination for me, but I find that it goes well with pretzels, believe it or not! I actually start with about 8 ounces of peanut butter, then add more as I decide on what intensity I want!

    Recipe #209061

    Very good dried beef cheese ball

    Recipe #50437

    1 Reviews |  By Leta

    This spread for crackers is a favorite at our house for the holidays. Served warm, it is smooth and tasty.

    Recipe #44365

    This is actually served as an hors d'oeuvre but you can make it into a meal by itself served w/tortilla chips. The richness comes from the mayo and sour cream combination and is actually quite filling. ETA. After reading Diner's review...feel free to omit the chicken and add 1 lb. or more of cooked ground beef.

    Recipe #253364

    I could almost taste this when I saw Paula Deen whip it up on the Food Network. Serve hot with crackers or toast points.

    Recipe #110244

    Seriously, this Thai-style soup inspires your consumers to vocal joy. I made it a group of family members. Although my unadventurous dad’s palate could do without, the remainder (none vegan) LOVED it and moaned happily, reminiscing about the restaurants where they’d had similar soups. Have also made for non-vegan friends, to rave reviews. You are, more than likely, going to need to go to an Asian market for the lemongrass, veggie fish sauce, curry and tamarind pastes. If you’ve never been, just take your time getting acquainted with the store, and ask for help if you can’t find these things. While you’re there, you might as well get the basil (Asian-style is different & more potent than Italian-style), coconut milk, soy sauce, ginger and dry shitakes: you’ll have more choices and likely better prices than your standard grocer. And get some Sriracha hot sauce too. (Plastic bottle, bright orange sauce, green top.)

    Recipe #342840


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