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Old 06-23-2009, 05:30 AM   #1291
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Old 06-23-2009, 10:35 AM   #1292
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Old 06-23-2009, 09:32 PM   #1293
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Are Radishes induction friendly? I scored a bunch of huge radishes at krogers today. When sliced the slices were the size of a half dollar...

My picky teen son who hates veggies of any kind ate them with ranch like chips and dip...

I sliced some cheese and used the radishes as crackers.
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Old 06-24-2009, 04:18 AM   #1294
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Are Radishes induction friendly? I scored a bunch of huge radishes at krogers today. When sliced the slices were the size of a half dollar...

My picky teen son who hates veggies of any kind ate them with ranch like chips and dip...

I sliced some cheese and used the radishes as crackers.
I have eat them all the time along with other raw veggies. I have tried one recipe where they were cooked some how and didn't like them that way. Here is a link with info. I invested in a small nutrtional info book by Calorie King and it is a quick way to look up carb counts among other nutrients.

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Old 06-24-2009, 04:25 AM   #1295
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I have eat them all the time along with other raw veggies. I have tried one recipe where they were cooked some how and didn't like them that way. Here is a link with info. I invested in a small nutrtional info book by Calorie King and it is a quick way to look up carb counts among other nutrients.

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Old 06-24-2009, 04:29 AM   #1296
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I have some Hugmongo Radishes too. I ate some yesterday w/salami. Like mini tacos. Slice a radish then in halves and insert in a slice of salami.
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My grandmother introduced me to radish sandwiches when I was a kid: a slice of white bread buttered with slices of radish sprinkled with salt and pepper, yummy. Now, I need to try it with something other than white bread LOL. I wonder if low carb tortillas would have the same effect? Maybe oopsies???
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Old 06-27-2009, 10:11 AM   #1298
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The difference between Oopsies and Revolution Rolls is that Cleo was attempting to make Revolution rolls (the ones in the Atkins book), and accidentally used 3 ounces of cream cheese instead of 3 Tablespoons of cream cheese. That's twice the cream cheese - she thought she'd ruined the recipe.

On the contrary, the results of her mistake were astounding - softer, more moist, supple, and bread-like than you get from the Revolution Roll recipe.

Some people prefer the original Revolution Roll recipe though - everyone's different.
THANK YOU for this explanation!! I could never figure out the whole "oopsie" thing since I know at least some of the old timers have used cream cheese before (I mean old like before LCF, before internet, before life as we know it today even existed.) I see now that the difference is the amount she used. Her oops was in measuring the cream cheese!! I can't tell you how good it is to finally understand this mystery! Thank you so much for clearing this up for me.

I still prefer mine with Mayo as it's induction friendly and has no dairy. If I could handle the cottage/ricotta/cream cheese I surely would but I stall out like a mofo on that stuff.
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patted some ground turkey evenly, then filled it with 1/2 cup broccoli and a little cheese, then folded the turkey over and sealed the sides. cooked in ove for aprox 30 min.
Great! Looks like something tasty that I can make too!
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You people are evil! I've spent the last hour or so going through this thread and copying down recipes. I forsee eating myself silly the next few days...........

All I can say is.... THANKS!!!!
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OKAY...time to go through this thread.
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Old 07-04-2009, 09:13 AM   #1303
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You people are evil! I've spent the last hour or so going through this thread and copying down recipes. I forsee eating myself silly the next few days...........

All I can say is.... THANKS!!!!
I remember first discovering the recipe suggestions board where they love to taunt and tease with the most amazing photos of the most amazing food. I seem to recall packing on a good 5 pounds that month. Honestly, there are some geniuses here on this board. Evil geniuses but simply amazing. The things they can do with food...they are like like LC MacGyver!
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wow, wow and more wow!!!

I have to say that the food you guys have been posting looks absolutely amazing!

I've been a bit busy lately and I haven't been able to cook as often as I would like, but so far I've made the jell-o fluff, and it was a true lifesaver...
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Wow, What a great group of people, I am new to this forum and I sure am glad I found you guys, I have low carbed before, but quickly got sick of eggs and meat, this should help a lot!!!
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My mom the skinny minnie who used to question every bite I ate is becoming a fan of lc foods but she has to have all the veggies and fruit too! She was really bummed when my grocery store was out of the mini bellpeppers. She refused to try an Anaheim (said the bells were prettier)

I need some more recipes to try with her so get cookin' ladies!
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I have a great cinnamon toast-like recipe.
I know this isnt the healthiest snack, but it is still induction friendly.

Take a few pork rinds, butter them and stick them in the microwave until the butter is melted(optional). Then, pour some sugar free hazelnut cream onto them until soaked. Pour as much cinnamon on as you please, and eat!

They remind me of the cereal cinnamon toast crunch and they are great for when you are feeling weak and want to give up. It feels like your cheating, but your not!!
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Old 07-09-2009, 10:14 PM   #1308
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I am drooling!
About those low carb wraps, could I eat them say, 3 times a week and still lose? So far I am afraid to get away from my meat, eggs, veges, and cheese. Also, I looked for the coconut flour for the woopsie rolls, where can it be found? I am not exactly craving bread, but a sandwich would be nice occasionally.
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I am drooling!
About those low carb wraps, could I eat them say, 3 times a week and still lose? So far I am afraid to get away from my meat, eggs, veges, and cheese. Also, I looked for the coconut flour for the woopsie rolls, where can it be found? I am not exactly craving bread, but a sandwich would be nice occasionally.
Bob's Mill makes coconut flour and I found it either at a larger grocery store or my health food store I frequent. As you can see, it can be purchased online at Netrition too.
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Old 07-11-2009, 10:33 AM   #1310
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Ok Im only on page 21 of reading this for 3 days and Im completely hooked. Im saving all the pics and recipes and im making a photo recipe album for a cook book. This will help me so much. But I don't want to miss anything so ive got a lot of reading to do today. I think im driving my hubbie crazy ive been on the comp for 3 days straight. I took a pic of my supper lastnight. But its prety basic but here it is. I only ate half


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Lori-WOW that looks amazing!!




Hubby and I made steak and scallops last night with garlic butter to dip it in. Forgot the veggies ..opps. We were to busy occupied with meat meat meat!haha
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Lori-WOW that looks amazing!!




Hubby and I made steak and scallops last night with garlic butter to dip it in. Forgot the veggies ..opps. We were to busy occupied with meat meat meat!haha
I am such a meat person, If I don't have meat on every plate I just aint happy. Im gonna have to get some scallops, those look really good.
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Old 07-11-2009, 09:21 PM   #1314
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Here is supper tonight. Its horrible how late I eat but I like getting the baby down so I can enjoy it.

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Here is supper tonight. Its horrible how late I eat but I like getting the baby down so I can enjoy it.

That looks sooo yummy!!! Could you post what you used??? And congrats on your baby
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Ok, the steak and broccoli came from Chilies. I made the stuffed jalapenos and mushrooms. All it is, is cream cheese and I diced up half of the mushroom stems and put them in the cream cheese. Then I diced up the bacon and put on top and baked at 350 until the bacon was crispy.

Ok, this was supper for tonight. Fried chicken -the coating was 2 eggs mixed with seasoning, whatever seasoning you like. It made an awesome crust and steamed squash. This is my mom in the picture she is on low cal but wishes she could do low carb now.


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Your Mom is gorgeous! She has the prettiest smile and looks like a very warm and loving person.

...... those chicken wings ain't too bad either!!!
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Old 07-14-2009, 02:02 PM   #1318
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I will have to tell her that. It will make her day. Thank you

Well I weighed this morning, im 4 pounds down this week. yaya I was worried cause i haven't had the restless nights that come along with weight loss but i think its cause i get up so much with the baby, i just don't notice it.

well some guy or girl tried scammin us through craigs list today. we got the check in the mail for a car we have plus some to send to a shipping company ya right. i checked it out and its a total scam. But im playing with him for a while to get more emails from him before i turn him in.
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to hot to cook! LOL I have been to busy to cook anything new. I need inspiration people whatcha' cookin'?
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