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    This recipe comes from the Fall 2008 issue of Clean Eating. It's nutty and creamy and has great flavor and texture and color. It's also vegan. This is just an all around beautiful dish. The nutritional values per serving are: 179 calories, 5 g fat, 27 g carbs, 6 g fiber, 5 g sugars, 7.5 g protein, 300 mg sodium, 0 mg cholesterol

    Recipe #359315

    This recipe came from the Summer 2008 issue of Clean Eating. It makes a fantastic light, healthy dinner...especially during the summer months. It has 288 calories, 5 g fat, 42 g carbs, 6.5 g fiber, 11 g suars, 16 g protein, 407 mg sodium, and 10 mg cholesterol.

    Recipe #359304

    What can I say about this one? Beef and beans = yummy! Chopped onion would be good added to it.

    Recipe #359255

    This is so good. I got it out of a Tennessee cookbook.

    Recipe #359095

    This is from a Telephone Pioneers of America (Tennessee) cookbook. It sounds so tasty and simple. There are probably several flavor combinations you could try.

    Recipe #359081

    I came across this recipe in an old Telephone Pioneers of America (Tennessee) cookbook and it looked easy and yummy. It would definitely be a quick recipe for moms with little time! *Try adding some mushrooms when heating the sour cream/soup mixture.

    Recipe #359079


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