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    Easy and quick. One serving is 3/4 cup.

    Recipe #289558

    A healthy low GI version of the wonderful and very Polish, sausage and cabbage dinner. Be sure to use good turkey sausages.

    Recipe #283897

    I know, actual cooked quinoa IN the muffins... but really give them try, it's great way to add some whole grains into your diet. It's also best to make sure you cook the quinoa well so that it's not too moist and sticky.

    Recipe #280293

    I had this amazing tomato red bean quinoa soup at this little cafe down the street from work named, Le Café Vert. I searched high and low for this recipe and unfortunately never found it. However, during my search, I found this.

    Recipe #273145

    Low GI, very tasty. This recipe makes two 11-inch pizzas.

    Recipe #272964

    I was very happy to find this low fat breakfast burrito; the flavor with a little salsa was so good.

    Recipe #272959

    Always better made a day or the night before and kept in the fridge to allow the flavours to infuse. This salad has a low glycemic load.

    Recipe #272567

    Bulgur is more nutritious than rice and couscous, and you can use it in so many recipes, i.e. soups, baking, pilafs, or as stuffing. This recipe is a take off of the more traditional barley and squash dish, but it's healthier, lower in fat and wonderful. This is also a low glycemic dish. You can serve this as a side to meat, or serve as is with a side salad and some apple slices.

    Recipe #272456

    Martha Stewart, December 2007 These are great for for gingerbread men and houses! Martha says, "These gingerbread cookies include a generous amount of honey, which gives them a pale golden color and a mildly sweet flavor."

    Recipe #272268

    Bon Appétit | September 2007 Healthy healthy healthy.

    Recipe #268967

    Low GI, Low Carb and super healthy. This is a fabulous salad that is light and satisfying.

    Recipe #268779

    Low Glycemic Load

    Recipe #264655

    An easy, mild flavor marinated, mainly to use in recipes such as stir frys, pasta, noodles, rice, soups and practically anything else, when you want to add a little flavor and texture to otherwise plain tofu. I also find this flavorful enough to eat plain with a little rice and steamed veggies. Time does not include the 30 minute marinade time.

    Recipe #263558

    Canadian Living. 10 minutes and yum.

    Recipe #263455

    Sonoma Diet, all waves. Also for those who love cheese. This has nice flavor, but if you wish, you could be little more generous with the herbs. This serves great with a light side salad or a piece of whole grain toast, which are acceptable for waves 2 and 3 if you are following the Sonoma diet.

    Recipe #263379

    Blueprint magazine, March/April 2007.

    Recipe #262931

    Nice side dish.

    Recipe #262928

    According to Ayurvedic medicine, warming spices such as cinnamon and cardamom can help boost energy. And by swapping soy milk for regular, you ensure that dark chocolate's antioxidants will be more fully absorbed.

    Recipe #262926

    This recipes calls for Millet, but you could also try quinoa, teff, or cracked wheat.

    Recipe #262897

    The Olives Table by Todd English and Sally Sampson

    Recipe #260468

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