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    Not having any barley, I decided to try a recipe from my favourite soup cookbook. Against my usual practice, I added 1/2 tsp of salt to the soup pot. It does add to the flavour.

    Recipe #270796

    1 Reviews |  By cherber

    I got the recipe for this cream soup from a book entitled "Soup: superb ways with a classic dish", edited by Debra Mayhew. Its a great book with some interesting international style recipes. This recipe for walnut cream sounded good, so I decided to try it out. It was great!

    Recipe #269344

    I adapted this recipe from a diabetic cookbook recipe and did not add salt to it. I also used 4 oz ground pork to give the meatballs added flavour. I enjoyed these a lot! Makes about 28 meatballs weighing approx 1 oz apiece.

    Recipe #269334

    This is a recipe I made up in desperation, with some stock given to me by my aunt along with left over turkey. This recipe makes about 4 cups of soup. You may substitute whatever green vegetable you like in place of the green beans, but I think it gives a nice mild taste to the soup. Also, the brown rice in the recipe means uncooked brown rice. If you have leftover cooked rice, you may substitute, but only need to add it in the last 5 minutes of cooking along with the turkey.

    Recipe #268449

    This is a recipe based on one my Grandmother and mother used to make. You may use either water or low sodium chicken broth to make this. I used water tonight, and it was still delicious!

    Recipe #267803

    Here we have a rice pudding recipe that was originally posted on the 2003 "get milk" Canadian milk calendar. This is a fairly basic rice pudding, with raisins. It is quite decadent and very rich. You could lighten it up using 3 cups 2% milk and 1 cup evaporated milk rahter than the 1 cup of whipping cream.

    Recipe #256778

    I tried adapting a regular chili recipe for sodium reduced diets. I hope this one succeeds! You can cook the ground beef the evening before, and chop up your veg. Just toss everything together into the crock pot and put on low for 8 hrs. Hot chili when you get back from work!

    Recipe #256369

    3 Reviews |  By cherber

    I adapted this recipe from the Laurel's kitchen recipe. Not a sweet loaf, if you want to sweeten it up, add 6 tbsp brown sugar instead of the molasses. The original recipe calls for wheat germ, but I substituted ground flax seed for the wheat germ, and reduced the oil called for by half. This makes a nice high loaf in an 8" x 4 1/2" loaf pan.You can substitute any other favourite nut for the cashews.

    Recipe #117314

    This recipe I got from the President's Choice food website. They include their recipes, and blue menu products here. The soup is high in fibre and is great with toasted 12 grain bread and a salad.

    Recipe #116885

    2 Reviews |  By cherber

    I adapted this recipe from Runner's World. Next time I make this, I might put in additional brown sugar. This recipe makes a not-too-sweet muffin that is nice and light. I added hazelnuts instead of raisins. Raisins would have increased the sweetness. These are good with butter.

    Recipe #116791

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