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Old 03-11-2010, 06:27 AM   #2611
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You can certainly order them online. I order most of my stuff online somewhere because I live out in the sticks of Indiana!!!!
Where do you order them from? I would like to find a site that lets you order one or two packs and not 20 or a case! I fear I wont like them and then the one pack woudl cost me 30 dollars or so just to try...

I would really love to try them however... Your dish looks delsious!
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Old 03-11-2010, 06:35 AM   #2612
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Where do you order them from? I would like to find a site that lets you order one or two packs and not 20 or a case! I fear I wont like them and then the one pack woudl cost me 30 dollars or so just to try...

I would really love to try them however... Your dish looks delsious!

I read somewhere that Kroger's carries them but I forgot to look last time I was there. I would look in any asian section of a large grocery store too.

Just google 'miracle noodles' and you'll get like a gadzillion websites!
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Old 03-11-2010, 07:07 AM   #2613
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"...1 bag frozen spinach (Umm…or ½ to ¾ bag)"

Can you tell us approximately how much spinach in cups or by weight? There are different size bags.
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This is a stupid question.....but what are egg rings?? lol
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Old 03-11-2010, 08:04 AM   #2615
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This is a stupid question.....but what are egg rings?? lol
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Old 03-11-2010, 08:26 AM   #2616
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How cute is that! Are the clustered sets better than the individual rings?
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Mmmmm.
I had a bad experience with shirataki before (funky smell/taste) but this pic is making me want to try it again. It looks delicious!
Thanks!
Yes...they do smell very fishy, esp. when you open the pkg.!
I rinse them and rinse them in running hot water in a colander and drain them really well. The fishy smell goes away. I also cut them w/scissors while I'm rinsing them. The noodles are Very LONG. Then, I put them in a tupperware container, season them with Italian seasoning, basil, salt, pepper, olive oil and some balsamic vinegar etc.
They are ready to go when I want them. I just add them to the scampi sauce or pour on the sauce after I nuke them to heat them up. I also, add butter when I'm nuking them up.
Ummm...one word of caution...U may think you are seeing worms in your feces the next day.
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Old 03-11-2010, 09:17 AM   #2618
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How cute is that! Are the clustered sets better than the individual rings?
They are Cute!
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Old 03-11-2010, 09:19 AM   #2619
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"...1 bag frozen spinach (Umm…or ½ to ¾ bag)"

Can you tell us approximately how much spinach in cups or by weight? There are different size bags.
Most bag veggies come in 16oz. =2 cups
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Old 03-11-2010, 09:27 AM   #2620
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Wally's and Target have those egg rings. They even have them in silicone.
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Old 03-11-2010, 10:23 AM   #2621
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Chili Cheese Tots: Induction friendly, and furthermore, my lunch.

Cauli Tots: Easy to make, and with only 2 main ingredients.
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Wow! Thanks! Those recipes are Great!
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Sure. But only if you squoosh bugs. Spiders gack me out.
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Old 03-11-2010, 11:18 AM   #2626
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Old 03-11-2010, 11:40 AM   #2627
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Well, so long as you can then shoo, shield or shoosh, I'm good. What can I say. I tend to slather them with shaving cream until they are crushed by the foamy mass. It's a waste of shaving cream.
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Hey! I asked Cleo to marry me ages ago! Shoo you late-comers!

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I tend to slather them with shaving cream until they are crushed by the foamy mass. It's a waste of shaving cream.
Poor wittle spiders.
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Old 03-11-2010, 12:10 PM   #2630
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Hey! I asked Cleo to marry me ages ago! Shoo you late-comers!
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When U Shoosh U lose!
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hmmm They are super cute!!! I am going to try STOKES for them.....small town....not many place to shop!
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Old 03-11-2010, 03:33 PM   #2633
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FWIW, I screwed up the caloric values for the tots. I had moved a decimal place, and they should only be 38 calories per serving, and not 375. That makes a huge difference. The numbers have all been changed to reflect the actual macronutrient numbers for the tots and the chili cheese tots.
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Old 03-11-2010, 03:34 PM   #2634
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What's PP? Protein powder? The recipe is ('cause I can't link to it, I'm so sorry)

Sugarfree Sheila's Pancakes (Induction friendly)
3 oz cream cheese, soften in microwave
2 eggs
1 tsp cinnamon
1 T Davinci Sugar Free Syrup*
Butter

Mix everything throughly, no lumps. Pour batter in a skillet on medium heat.

I wait until the edges are not wet before flipping, this makes the pancakes brown and look like real pancakes.

*I use 1 tsp of Splenda and a splash of vanilla extract.
I didn't have the Davinci syrup, and instead put a little vanilla, Splenda and pumpkin pie spice and they were fabulous. Easily a yummy pancake or, as I enjoyed it, the "bread" for a breakfast sandwich with bacon and cheese.

Super yummers and I will certainly get some Davinci syrup today to continue to enjoy as a breakfast food.
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FWIW, I screwed up the caloric values for the tots. I had moved a decimal place, and they should only be 38 calories per serving, and not 375. That makes a huge difference. The numbers have all been changed to reflect the actual macronutrient numbers for the tots and the chili cheese tots.
Thanks for the update cause I copied them recipes! Of course, I don't care about anything but dah CARBS!!!
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FWIW, I screwed up the caloric values for the tots. I had moved a decimal place, and they should only be 38 calories per serving, and not 375. That makes a huge difference. The numbers have all been changed to reflect the actual macronutrient numbers for the tots and the chili cheese tots.
Cleo...I can't wait to try these....I was going to do it tonight, but got caught up and making Zuchini Nachos..... You truly save me (and probably many others) with your low carb fare....So creative and foods that really can help me stay on plan.

THANK YOU!
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You are both very sweet. Thank you.

Seriously, if I can't have it, I want it, and if I want it, I have to make it or else I panic and feel restricted. To me it's about being able to breathe, love, live and nosh. That's why you see so many restaurant knock offs, snacks, appetizers and pizzas coming from me. I need gooey, cheesy, crunchy, bold and fun. I didn't sign up for a lifetime of green lettuce and omelets.
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Dinner tonight was a coney dog with chili and cheese sauce, sauerkraut, dill pickle relish, chopped onion and cauliflower salad. It was amazeballs!
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Just enjoyed a delicious dinner combination of BBQ baby back ribs, radish hash browns with onion, and cucumber slices with Ranch dressing.

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Wow those dishes look so good you two!! Grocery day isn't until tomorrow so tonight I just had some broccolli, chicken breast and scrambled eggs LOL
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