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    Low fat, healthy soup that's very filling. When my girlfriends come for a meal, I make this soup to avoid a riot, seriously. Garnish with Parmesan, Romano, or put out a block of parmagiana reggiano cheese and a microplane and let guests garnish their bowls of soup as they wish. Serve with some good warm bread. Note: If you cannot find pancetta (basically Italian bacon) you can substitute prosciutto ham which is also not smoked. I've heard you can use bacon if you blanch it first to remove the smoky flavor, but I think I'd just leave it out altogether. This is an easy soup to make and that just seems like work!

    Recipe #365101

    Don't be afraid of the amount of eggs and water. These meatballs are really tender. I drop them directly into the hot sauce and cook them that way. The small amount of fat in the meat flavors the sauce, and you don't have to fry them beforehand. Saves time and fat and that's a Great Thing! Add a little crushed red pepper if you want your sauce to have a little more zip. The sauce is actually better the second day.

    Recipe #364911

    This granola is what gets my family started nearly every day. I experimented with different ingredients until I hit upon the combination we like best. I've tried using different amounts of oil and honey to make it as healthy as possible and the amounts shown here are the lowest I've been able to go without sacrificing flavor. If you want to omit a nut for lower fat content, omit walnuts since they are the highest in fat. I mix 1/3 cup of this with a fat free vanilla yogurt and my metabolically blessed husband devours a big bowl of this with just milk. This granola will clump somewhat if that's how you let it cool, but if you want clumpier granola you'll need to increase the wet ingredients.

    Recipe #287784


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