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    Super yummy, and super healthy too! Can be used as a snack for The Fast Metabolism Phase 3 (just adjust the avocado/oil/walnut accordingly).

    Recipe #504848

    I'm currently living in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, and my friend has gotten me hooked on these little gems even though I don't care for Coconuts! I realize that the ingredients may be very difficult to get, but if you have access to them, do try these, they're great! I got the recipe from I don't really know how many this makes (so I just guessed!), as it's available everywhere here, and I've yet to make it. Also, the program doesn't recognize gula Melaka (sugar from Malacca), so I've put in the substitute in the main part of the recipe, but there's really nothing like gula Melaka!

    Recipe #291952

    "Making this soup involves more time & effort than the other recipes, so you might want to make a huge amount and save it in the refrigerator for the whole week. It tastes so good that a patient of mine who owns a fine restaurant offers it on his menu."-From Dr. Fuhrman's book, Eat to Live

    Recipe #223078

    Recipe #223077

    These are Dr. Fuhrman's Date Nut Pop'ems. Recipe taken from

    Recipe #223076

    From the GI diet by Rick Gallop. "Chinese fried rice is generally high in fat and low in protein and fibre. This low-GI version is loaded with chicken and colourful vegetables and won't leave you feeling hungry again soon after eating it." - from his website.

    Recipe #223075

    A Persian dish of rice with green beans. From New Food of Life cookbook, one of my favorite cookbooks. I always significantly reduce the amount of oil called for, but I copied the recipe as it appears in the book.

    Recipe #223074

    from by Ellen M. Sentovich. Sounds interesting...Here's what she wrote: "I just got around to trying this recipe and it is WONDERFUL !! It is a VERY tolerant recipe too. I made 1-person portions, which means my relative ingredient portions were probably way off. Day 2 I ran out of yogurt and used milk. Also didn't feel like using the food processor so I crushed the chickpeas with a fork and stirred the rest together with a spoon. Day 3 I ran out of potatoes and used dried. The one instruction I recommend following for sure is to flatten and flip them half way through the baking. These are **really ** great, try them!"

    Recipe #223068

    From a copycat site. Looks easy and seems delicious!

    Recipe #159695

    The name says it all!

    Recipe #155223

    Easy soup made in the Vita-Mix

    Recipe #139293

    "This is a perfect recipe for a moist, flavorful holiday bird! Plan the time to brine the bird overnight - it's worth the extra effort!" By Shelly White from Allrecipes.

    Recipe #139292

    For plain Irish soda bread with buttermilk that is a snap to prepare.Make it early in the morning, as it tastes best after sitting for a few hours. By Karin Christian via email from Allrecipes.

    Recipe #139290

    Full of anti-oxidant rich ingredients. From Alternative Medicine Magazine.

    Recipe #139138

    From a copy-cat site. I haven't tried it yet...if you try it, let me know what you think.

    Recipe #138282

    The saffron is what got my attention. I haven't tried it yet, but I thought I would put it here for safe keeping. Originally from the art of cooking web site.

    Recipe #92671

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