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    Another ridiculously easy recipe.

    Recipe #246781

    This is so easy and delicious it's pitiful. And yes, I pretty much do put lemon pepper in everything but dessert!

    Recipe #246777

    This is our five-days a week breakfast and it has it all: it's low carb, hi-protein, a good source of fiber, dairy and antioxidants. It's creamy, sweet, crunchy and has great flavor. Ant it'll last you all morning. PS: The carb count the site has computed on this is not accurate - the TVP has about 2 g. carbs, the flax seed meal is a wash, the coconut has about 2, the berries are about 6, the yogurt and cottage cheese about 8: and remember, the natural milk sugars in unsweetened yogurt don't impact blood sugars the way refined sugars do.

    Recipe #246597

    This passed the test with flying colors with both our vegan and our carnivores. It's easy, can be made ahead up to grilling time and can be made into kebabs with vegetables, or served cold in a vinaigrette with cooked green beans.

    Recipe #246594

    This is a low carb version of stir-fry cabbage - it doesn't need to swim in a sweetened cornstarch sauce. It just requires vegetables, oil and seasonings and is an easily adaptable recipe using other vegetables you have on hand. We often have it with grilled pork.

    Recipe #245003

    Whoowheee, this is terrific. Works well on pork, chicken, beef and any fish that can stand up to something hearty. I adapted this from a beer-butt chicken rub I found online. The secret is in the smoked Spanish paprika - I order mine online. This recipe makes enough for a couple of racks of ribs or a couple of chickens or a couple of tri-tips or flank steaks.

    Recipe #244126

    These are absolutely delicious - they're adapted from a recipe I found on line - If you're short on time or can't find catfish, you can skip the poaching step and mix up the cakes using drained canned chicken - we use Kirland brand from CostCo.

    Recipe #243829

    Or: How I got my nephew to eat cauliflower! This is developed from the cauliflower confetti rice recipe that I posted that under a former s/n I can't access - it is low-carb/diabetic diet friendly and fooled an entire dinner party last week - they swore they were eating rice. It's great with grilled meats and is easily adapted into a main course casserole. You can take this in any direction you like by just changing the spices: East Indian, Greek ... you may also add garbanzo beans and a little smoked Spanish paprika. It's even good cold. As the second reviewer said, it makes a huge batch: I changed the yield/number of servings to reflect that a little more accurately. And the reviewer who made fritters out of the leftovers? GENIUS.

    Recipe #243649

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