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    By scoochmaroo... Posted for safekeeping - I haven't tried this recipe, but it sounds awesome! Prep time is a wild guess, and note that the baking time will vary with the size of the muffins. This recipe yields 12 standard muffins; you will need to adjust for other sizes.

    Recipe #494832

    An old favorite, posted for safekeeping. This is basically an orange version of chocolate chip cookies baked in a pan and cut into squares. It can also be baked as drop cookies (see note below).

    Recipe #494530

    Found this on suite101.com and have not tried it yet; posted here for safekeeping. Prep time is my best guess.

    Recipe #494480

    Given to me by a friend - posted for safekeeping. I haven't tried this yet. Guesstimated cooking time: about 1.5 hours (the recipe did not specify the time).

    Recipe #494299

    I concocted this on new year's eve and am posting it. Gotta join a gym this week!

    Recipe #492715

    Caution – this contains raw egg. I made this up when I wanted something like a breakfast shake that tasted like cheesecake. This is thicker than a smoothie because of the larger proportion of cottage cheese to yogurt, so I call it a “soup.” Makes one generous serving.

    Recipe #460585

    I adapted this from an old recipe for a lowfat cheesecake using sugar. Prep time does not include chilling time. When you get tired of eating eggs on the SB Diet, this will feel like a treat.

    Recipe #460342

    This is something I threw together today and am posting it for safekeeping. As with all salsas and salads, the amounts are just suggestions.

    Recipe #422267

    Posted so that I don't forget about it. I made this up with ingredients I had lying around. If it flops as an omelet -- which occasionally happens when I don't use enough oil and/or the skillet isn't hot enough when I begin -- it will still make great scrambled eggs. The chard and shallot are steamed instead of sauteed to make it lower fat. Use a skillet with a tight-fitting lid.

    Recipe #414456

    Another Mark Bittman recipe that I am posting for safekeeping. This one is also not specific in the amounts. I am guessing that the chicken is 1 pound. Prep and cooking times are also wild stabs. UPDATE 2-22-13: Today I tried making the sauce for the first time. I thought that the ingredients listed were fine, but the sauce seemed too bland. I doubled the lime juice and a couple of other seasonings, and added a little garlic powder, and I thought that made a significant improvement. It would be best for you to experiment and find the proportions of the ingredients that work best for you.

    Recipe #412908

    Another Mark Bittman recipe that I am posting for safekeeping. You can also use lamb, (preferably from shoulder or leg), boneless chicken or shrimp. Prep and cooking times are estimates.

    Recipe #412691

    Another yummy sounding, quick recipe from Mark Bittman which doesn't give exact amounts. I haven't tried this so am guessing that this is for about a pound of fish (Mark doesn't specify if they are steaks or filets). Salmon or any other sturdy fish works here. Prep and cooking times are estimates.

    Recipe #412652

    I enjoy this for breakfast or lunch. The coconut creme concentrate is optional - I buy it from tropicaltraditions.com. If the yogurt is sour, I sweeten it with a bit of agave nectar or Truvia.

    Recipe #412651

    I love Mark Bittman's recipes and can't wait to try this! Posted for safekeeping. I will probably try this with almond milk.

    Recipe #412649

    I love to drink this plain or with add-ins like lemon juice, cayenne pepper, etc. This is the "plain" version, which you can sweeten with honey, agave nectar, etc., if desired.

    Recipe #412642

    Lsa

    This is from "The Liver Cleansing Diet" by Dr. Sandra Cabot. I am posting it for safekeeping. It has a delicious nutty flavor. I have categorized it as a breakfast food, but it is very versatile and can be used as a topping, in salads, etc. It is intended as a nourishing food when you are on a cleansing or raw-ish diet, and gives you extra protein, fiber and essential fatty acids. LSA is named after its 3 ingredients: Linseed (Flaxseed), Sunflower seed and Almonds.

    Recipe #412010

    This is one of those recipes for which Mark doesn't give specific amounts. You just "intuit" it. I haven't tried this but am posting it here for safekeeping. Cooking and prep times are estimates (very wild guesses, actually).

    Recipe #412003

    I looked at a lot of zucchini pancake recipes and came up with this gluten free version.

    Recipe #411977

    Yams are undeniably sweet, so keep that in mind before you try this recipe! You may want to add garlic, hot pepper or whatever to kick them up. I make yam latkes exactly the same as Recipe #411972, except that yams are much dryer so they don't require squeezing to remove excess liquid. Because I don't use flour or meal in this recipe, I use more egg as a binder.

    Recipe #411973

    Unlike most recipes for latkes, these contain no flour or meal, and they contain more eggs. They are thin and crisp. These are made almost exactly like Recipe #411973. Sometimes when I want these spicy, I will add ground cumin and coriander to the batter (although that is not "traditional" for potato latkes).

    Recipe #411972

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