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    Good fruit dip. This actually makes a goodly portion. You may want to halve the recipe, but there's still that problem of watermelons being huge and it's better to make larger recipes so they don't go bad. If you have a blender big enough, this is best for this recipe. You don't need to worry about cubing the watermelon. If not, the watermelon will need to be cubed before mixing. I actually used 2/3 cup powdered sugar and 1 cup vinegar. However, my watermelon was rather unsweet and I enjoy a strong vinegar flavor.

    Recipe #464419

    Recipe found at There's a lot of variation in this recipe. We decided we liked the sauce so much we tripled it. Kind of a little piggy, but we enjoyed it. I think kiwi, peaches, pears, papaya, etc., would all be good additions. Add a few drops of fresh lemon juice to the olive oil if you don't have lemon-infused olive oil. We used pomegranate champagne vinegar instead, and that was very good too.

    Recipe #463909

    My friend found this on another website and we both ended up making it. Excellent enchiladas! I added lots more cilantro and no chilis, to my taste. And I my chicken happened to have been marinated in a lime marinade, which I think gave it a good flavor. I may just add some lime next time.

    Recipe #455586

    I found this recipe in an old egg cookbook. Great as an appetizer or a snack. I could eat it all fresh out of the oven it's so good. Hard to describe but it's a light, cheesy, airy, doughy delicious bread. Sort of a cream puff with cheese. I generally use a little extra cheese, since I love cheese.

    Recipe #452589

    I found this recipe when trying to find ways to use up an excess of a brie-like cheese I'd purchased. I changed it around to use canned salmon, which I find a great way to get those healthy fish in your diet. The flavors meld together so there's not really a strong flavor of either the brie or the salmon. Excellent as a brunch but also good for any meal.

    Recipe #445670

    1 Reviews |  By Cleoppa

    I wanted a recipe that would discourage the fleas and soothe my dog's itchy skin. The only recipes I could find online used icky things like dish soap, which will dry a dog's skin. I see this as a base idea for a dog (and people) shampoo. If you don't have some ingredients or think others would be better, switch it around. A few notes: Be sure to grind the oatmeal very well, otherwise you'll be picking out little pieces from your dog's coat. The turmeric is a very healthy, healing herb. However, it's also a bit of a dye. I didn't see this as a problem since both my dog and I have brownish blonde hair. Any lightening or reddening the turmeric did was a plus. But you may not like this. Both the essential oils are known to be good for the coat and bad for fleas. You may want another oil as well as or instead of for a different smell or different effects.

    Recipe #433691

    1 Reviews |  By Cleoppa

    I made this recipe based roughly on a few recipes I found and several of my favorite healthy ingredients. Don't want to talk it up too much, but the outcome was a pleasant surprise. My family liked it too, and none of us are the type of people to substitute flavor for health. It does have a few ingredients that you might not find around your kitchen (like chia or diatomaceous earth), even though they are good, healthy foods or supplements that should add to the health value. But I don't think it'd be too hard to omit them or replace with something of similar substance. I would not advise skimping on the chocolate chips. If you like darker chocolate, all the healthier, but I say get your favorite kind of chocolate chips, no matter how unhealthy. I'll also add this does not make a very good dough. If you're the type of person who make chocolate chip cookies as an excuse to eat cookie dough, stick to the old tollhouse recipe. Make sure the diatomaceous earth is "food grade." There is a non-food grade which you don't want to eat! Chia is a very healthy seed that has its roots in Aztec and other native cultures and is only now being grown in quantities enough for people to take it as a supplement. It's the same seed that you put on your chia pet, but you can get supplement chia seed at your health food store. Chia seed, when soaked, absorbs six times its weight in water. To make chia gel, put 1/3 cup of chia in a jar with 2 cups of water. Let soak overnight. You can add this healthy chia gel to all sorts of things for an extra health boost: mayonaise, jelly, eggs, cookie recipes, etc. This recipe calls for 1/2 cup chia gel. You can make just that amount or more, if you might use it other places. It will keep for a couple weeks in the fridge.

    Recipe #353862

    Healthy, delicious summer snack. Like a smoothie only a little different.

    Recipe #349852

    1 Reviews |  By Cleoppa

    Found this one in Self magazine, February 2008. Use it in muffin recipes, etc., replacing up to 2/3 of the fat. Wanted to try it so posted it here.

    Recipe #347628

    I really don't know how to name recipes, so I used the first adjective that came to mind. I found a similar recipe online and have tweaked it for a few years. Just a simple bean dip to eat with chips. Warm and filling and good. I eat it as a snack or a meal. This makes quite a bit. If you're like me, you want to make as much as you can to get several meals or snacks out of one preparation. If you don't need that much, it's easily halved. It's also very flexible. Toss in peppers or red onions or salsa or bacon, if that suits your fancy.

    Recipe #295294

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