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    Sarah_Jayne's Low Gi Recipes

    In my quest to eat healthier I have adopted a Low Gi eating style. I don't follow any particular Low Gi diet but instead I just try to make sure most of what I eat is made up of ingredients which have a low glycemic index rating. These are a collection of recipes which I consider to be Low Gi.
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    I have just pulled my head out of the avocado sand and discovered that I really like them. So, I have been experimenting with ways to use them in my diet. This was this morning's breakfast. For some reason it reminded me of Mexico. All I needed was a warm breeze instead of cold London.

    Recipe #368409

    I bought some dried mango from a food market today and wanted to see if I could do something different with it. My idea was to do something with a Caribbean theme to its flavors but it certainly isn't authentic. I used chicken from a store bought rotisserie chicken to make this extra easy. The recipe could easily be scaled up to feed more.

    Recipe #368091

    I enjoy coming up with different types of oven fries to satisfy my craving for fries while still staying within the ranges of my low fat diet. This is my most recent creation. My husband went 'mmmm' when he tasted the first one. So, i am thinking it is worth posting and sharing :)

    Recipe #367434

    A tasty looking Spanish inspired recipe I found in a back issue of BBC Good Food Magazine

    Recipe #367413

    This looks both super healthy and super tasty. I am always in the need of healthy recipes so when I saw it in a back issue of Olive magazine I decided to put it here for safe keeping.

    Recipe #367344

    I am trying to push full forced with my diet to finally reach my 100lbs lost target. So, I am collecting every low fat recipe that looks good to me and this is the latest one. I found it in the April 2009 of BBC good food magazine. The recipe says that the uncooked burgers can be frozen so they would be good to make ahead and have when I need something quick but also healthy.

    Recipe #362015

    This would be yummy for any day but it is Christmas inspired because I made it on Boxing Day morning out of leftovers I had floating around from Christmas day. Plus, after eating so much the day before it was kind of nice to start the next day with a healthy breakfast. If you use Splenda instead of sugar this is pretty diabetic friendly too.

    Recipe #345361

    I am collecting recipes for my New Year venture back into a largely vegetarian diet. This looks like something my husband and myself will enjoy so I am sticking it here for safe keeping. I found it in the 2008 copy of the yearly 'Vegetarian Christmas' special put out by BBC Good Food Magazine. You can pick the heat of curry paste or powder that will suit your family.

    Recipe #345555

    This looks interesting and different. I am guessing you could fairly easily mix up the sort of veg you are roasting for the dish. I found it in the 2008 copy of 'Vegetarian Christmas' special put out by the BBC Good Food Magazine.

    Recipe #345630

    I grabbed this during my raid of my mother's cookbook shelf on my last trip back to the States. This one comes from a Reader's Digest booklet called 'Attack Diabetes With Food'. I am curious to see how the prunes work in the mixture.

    Recipe #341186

    Hummus is one of my favorite foods and I also love deviled eggs. So, when I saw this in a flyer handed out for the 'Summer Fresh Hummus' company I wanted to jot it down. You could surely use the discarded yolks for something else so it doesn't feel wasteful.

    Recipe #341801

    This sounds like an interesting dip. I saw it in a cookbook put out by Prevention magazine when I was on vacation at my parents' place and wanted to put in on here to have when I am back in the UK.

    Recipe #341833

    Salmon is one of the few varieties of fish that my husband will eat. So, I can never have enough salmon recipes in my collection. This is one that I found in the Autumn 2008 copy of BBC Easy Cook magazine.

    Recipe #324152

    This vegetable and barely soup is stuffed full of healthy and tasty veggies and it tastes great too. You can throw everything in the crockpot before you leave for work and have a warm, filling and healthy soup waiting for you and your hungry family. Perfect for those chilly fall and winter nights. If you wanted to keep things vegetarian you could easily use vegetable stock in place of chicken stock.

    Recipe #330875

    This sounds like a really interesting twist on the classic comfort food of meatballs and gravy. I don't think I would ever have thought to use salmon this way but with salmon being so healthy and tasty it has to be worth a shot. I originally found this recipe on the BBC Good Food Magazine website and the recipe says that the fishballs can be frozen. Cooking time includes the chill time for the firming up of the balls.

    Recipe #327721

    Tuna meatballs is a new one for me but it sounds interesting and I am always up for making comfort food more healthy. I found this recipe in the Autumn 2008 copy of BBC Easy Cook magazine. The recipe states that the meatballs can be frozen.

    Recipe #324151

    I really enjoy falafel but I haven't had it since I started my weight loss 'journey' because when I get it at a takeaway shop I am never sure how they made it and how much oil has gone into frying it, etc. So, when I saw this recipe in the Autumn 2008 copy of BBC Easy Cook magazine, I decided to put it here so that I can learn to make my own.

    Recipe #323972

    If a recipe looks easy and healthy then I am always going to be drawn to it. This is a very easy and a new way to used canned salmon which is very healthy for you. I bet this could also be done with tuna and also you could easily add more veggies into the mix if you wished. Creme fraiche is pretty similar to sour cream. So, if you can't get it that could be a good substitute.

    Recipe #318034

    I can never have enough salmon or lentil recipes in my collection. So, when I saw this one in the recent issue of BBC Easy Cook magazine I wanted to add it to my Zaar collection to try.

    Recipe #318094

    This is my latest attempt at putting together a lunch that is both low fat and has a bit of flavor. If you like things with a bit more 'zing' you could add more ginger to taste. You can serve this on a bed of lettuce or in a sandwich. I had it with two slices of bread. The cooking time represents the chilling time.

    Recipe #283153

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