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    Quinoa has twice the protein of most cereals, and fewer carbs.

    Recipe #518442

    Fifth recipe from original ETNT book.

    Recipe #518417

    4th recipe form the original ETNT! Book

    Recipe #518028

    Another Recipe from my Eat This, Not That! book.

    Recipe #517929

    Another recipe taken from my Eat This, Not That! book.

    Recipe #517837

    Taken from my original Eat This, not That! book.

    Recipe #517762

    From Weird & Different Recipes. Note: You ALSO NEED 1 container of Nair.

    Recipe #283690

    -Don't attempt to eat with an ulcer. 1 Fire Extinguisher(Optional!)

    Recipe #283379

    Found at "Weird & different recipes."

    Recipe #283349

    Found at "Wierd & Different Recipes." Not yet tried by me.

    Recipe #283337

    What is Taiyaki? Taiyaki is a Japanese pancake-like cake traditionally filled with sweet red bean paste (although it can be filled with other things like custard, chocolate etc), molded into the shape of a fish (usually a carp) and fried to a golden perfection. Taiyaki is often sold in smaller towns of Japan in taiyaki shops or stands.

    Recipe #282549

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