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Old 10-15-2012, 04:56 PM   #901
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It was with the Asian foods--
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Old 10-16-2012, 05:22 PM   #902
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That is a must try. We have H- Mart, so I'm guessing they will carry that.
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had a tuna wrap today--very sushi-ish and spicy and delicious! It is Nori with a kick!
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I'd never considered using those as a wrap. Wow, what a great idea! Now I'm off to make up recipes. I bet it would be great with any type of protein and some veggies too, all wrapped up in tasty nori.
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DD Oatmeal Cookie Recipe (350 for whole recipe--Makes 8 big cookies)

Dry Ingredients

1/2 C. rolled oats (150)
1/4 C. oatfiber
1/3 c Fiber one cereal (40)
1 tsp pumpkin pie spice
1 tsp baking powder
1 tsp glucomannan powder
1/4 cup brown sugar sub (I make mine with erythritol and molasses)

Wet Ingredients

1/4 cup pureed pumpkin 25
one babyfood pureed peaches (I used a delmonte sugar free peach cup) 25
1/4 cup davinci SF syrup (I used pancake)
1/3 cup eggbeaters 40
one small pack raisins cut into small bits 45

Blend dry ingredients with fork
I used my immersion blender to blend together wet ingredients then added dry and combined with a few pulses of my blender. Should make a thickish cookie dough.

Bake at 375 for 12-15 minutes til just brown on top. let cool on rack. Store in fridge.

I figure about 38 calories per cookie and I got 9 cookies out of my last batch. 3 cookies and a cup of hot coffee or tea will keep me going for hours. They taste even better the next day.

try it and let me know!

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Old 10-20-2012, 03:56 PM   #906
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I got the roasted nori today at H-Mart. They have an entire isle dedicated to it. However, since all the writing is in japanese? (... could have been Korean) I could not get any fancy flavors. I figured out which were plain and in French- why French- it said 15 calories for 2 slices. Will experiment for tomorrow's bedtime snack. Tonight we are eating out! Yay UD!
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carly--the kind I buy--SeaSnax --is entirely in English--Nori is Nori, and seasnax simply has added flavoring--like chipotle or onion--the nori you bought should accomplish the same thing--
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I had the spicy chipotle flavored Seasnax today. Had it wrapped around ham, a fried egg, some sliced cheese and a slice of tomato. So spicy and delicious. Definitely helped me on this difficult DD. Just around 200 cals total.
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Miracle Rice "Pasta" Salad

Rinse, parboil and dry 1 package of Miracle Rice
Mix apple cider vinegar and Splenda *(twice as much splenda as vinegar,( ie 1 tb vinegar 2 tb Splenda )
Pour over dried miracle rice noodles
Add chopped tomatoes, cucumber, bell pepper, onion
Mix and cool for flavors to be absorbed, overnight is best
Before serving I added 1 tablespoon cheddar cheese and 1/2 tablespoon fat free mayonnaise*
Yummy remake of a childhood favorite recipe
Less than 80 calories for a huge filling bowl!
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Creamy Enchilada "Rice"

2 bags rinsed, pan dried miracle rice
1/4 cup Las Palmas Enchilada Sauce
1/4 cup Campbell's Cream of Chicken Mushroom Soup
Salt & Pepper

Mix it all up and yummy. I just ate a bowl of it and I want more. 65 calories and 7.5g carbs, 2g fiber, 5.5g net carbs for a huge huge bowl. This is going to be a new staple for me. It was so good.
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Old 10-24-2012, 01:13 PM   #911
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Miracle Rice "Pasta" Salad

Rinse, parboil and dry 1 package of Miracle Rice
Mix apple cider vinegar and Splenda *(twice as much splenda as vinegar,( ie 1 tb vinegar 2 tb Splenda )
Pour over dried miracle rice noodles
Add chopped tomatoes, cucumber, bell pepper, onion
Mix and cool for flavors to be absorbed, overnight is best
Before serving I added 1 tablespoon cheddar cheese and 1/2 tablespoon fat free mayonnaise*
Yummy remake of a childhood favorite recipe
Less than 80 calories for a huge filling bowl!
I've made pasta salad two different ways. I got some Penne shaped shiratake noodles and made it and it was so gross! Lol. It was the size of the noodles that was off putting.

I have made it with the miracle rice as well. In a pinch I just open up a bag, rinse it, add a tbsp light mayo, squirt of mustard, some sweetener, and diced red onion. So good and it makes a huge amount. I've found it's really a great meal with 1 of Gorton's Garlic Butter Tilapia Fillets.

I never put cheese in it before I bet that would be so good!
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Old 10-24-2012, 01:38 PM   #912
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Mmmm sounds good Michelle.
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My biggest hurdle with trying the Miracle Noodles is their appearance and anticipated texture. I have HUGE texture issues! I love oatmeal cooked in anything, but you put a bowl of oatmeal before me, and I cannot get past that slimy texture! I can only eat Jello if it has a lot of Cool Whip on it! LOL! Not a big pudding fan either.

I have noticed while browsing the various threads on this forum there might be 2 different types of Miracle Noodles....? Judging from various pictures of dishes, some look horribly clear and slimy (sorry!), while another picture of a dish I saw showed the noodles white and opaque. I MIGHT just be able to eat the white noodles! LOL! Could anyone clear this up for me? Thanks!

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Laura House brand Tofu Shirtaki are whitish not clear and for sure were the ones I preferred when I first tried them. I hate tofu so don't go thinking that will be another problem lol. Also that type product will absorb flavor so after rinsing I usually soak them in milk until I use them. I just bought my first Miracle Rice and it pretty good (but clear) and very good in soups. Also with the noodles.....I hold them up and chop away with kitchen shears as I add them to a dish so they aren't as long.

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Old 10-25-2012, 08:57 AM   #915
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My biggest hurdle with trying the Miracle Noodles is their appearance and anticipated texture. I have HUGE texture issues! I love oatmeal cooked in anything, but you put a bowl of oatmeal before me, and I cannot get past that slimy texture! I can only eat Jello if it has a lot of Cool Whip on it! LOL! Not a big pudding fan either.

I have noticed while browsing the various threads on this forum there might be 2 different types of Miracle Noodles....? Judging from various pictures of dishes, some look horribly clear and slimy (sorry!), while another picture of a dish I saw showed the noodles white and opaque. I MIGHT just be able to eat the white noodles! LOL! Could anyone clear this up for me? Thanks!

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Oh my gosh, Laura! You must be my twin! I could have written that same post about texture. Oatmeal, blech! Jello, no way! Pudding, okay but I wouldn't choose it - definitely NO TAPIOCA !!!

And I have a package of shiritake noodles in my fridge and haven't had the guts to try them because I'm scared of the smell and the texture.
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Old 10-25-2012, 08:10 PM   #916
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Becky-Thank you so much! I will definitely look for the tofu type. Think I'll just purchase one bag though until I see if they pass the "gag" test! When I was a child and had my tonsils out, the hospital staff tried their best to get me to eat "milk toast"! Possibly a Southern thing! A piece of toasted white bread with warm milk poured over it.... They added salt and pepper, sugar, and even syrup! I could not get past the squish in my mouth!

LoCarbGal, we ARE twins!! I was just born a few years before you! As much as I love chocolate, I even have some weird problems there too! I love fudge and chocolate cake, but NOT chocolate pudding, chocolate pie, chocolate ice cream, or chocolate milk! I know, bring in the straight jacket!

Loving this JUDDD forum while learning the JUDDD WOE. Thank you!
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Old 10-26-2012, 09:25 AM   #917
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LoCarbGal, we ARE twins!! I was just born a few years before you! As much as I love chocolate, I even have some weird problems there too! I love fudge and chocolate cake, but NOT chocolate pudding, chocolate pie, chocolate ice cream, or chocolate milk! I know, bring in the straight jacket!
Oh, I remember milk toast too..... YUCK! As a kid I couldn't even eat cereal with milk - anything after that first bite was too SOGGY! I became the dry cereal queen (Captain Crunch by the handful....yummmm).
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Old 10-26-2012, 09:51 AM   #918
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I just had some regular nori with my tuna salad (can of tuna, drained, 1 T of lite mayo-- not very exciting today ).

Just wanted to say THANK YOU to Ouiz, for putting this idea in my head! I just have regular nori in the house, and I cut it into small pieces, and have mini "hand rolls"... kicked up the plain tuna with some of that japanese flavor. Next time, I'll add some wasabi or wasabi powder.

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I wanted to share this thread. These things are so good.

http://www.lowcarbfriends.com/bbs/lo...-brownies.html

I tweaked it just a bit. I used:

2tbsp Bob's Red Mill Coconut Flour
2tbsp Bob's Red Mill Flax Meal
4tbsp Hershey's Unsweetened Cocoa
2tbsp PB2
1 Whole Large Egg
3 Large Egg Whites
1/4 cup Walden Farms Marshmallow Dip
1/4 cup Walden Farms Peanut Spread

I did not add the baking powder, salt, or extra sweetener. It really doesn't need any of it. For 12 servings I got per serving:
27 calories, 2.51g carbs, 1.6g fiber, 0.91g net carbs, 2.59g protein.
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great 50 calorie DD snack:

3 Tbs 0fat greek yogurt plus 3 Tbs WF marshmallow plus 2 Tbs stewed rhubarb plus a handful of strawberry beet superpuffs (in the babyfood aisle). Wonderful!
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Old 10-28-2012, 09:53 AM   #921
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Yes, I really like the roast nori, too!
I've been using laughing cow cheese light and cut up turkey pepperoni. You can have quite a bit for 100 calories!

About the miracle noodles... some of the tofu ones are not 0 calories so proceed with caution. The miracle noodles/ rice that netrition have are clear, but are 0 calories.
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WOW. I had never tried lite tofu in a recipe before--I usually avoid tofu because of my hypothyroidism--but this was great!

2 Tbs hershey's special dark chocolate plus sweetener of your choice (I used erythritol and stevia 20 cals), one pack mori nu lite firm tofu (120 cals for whole thing). Whip together and refrigerate. 35/ cals per serving/ 4 servings. SO YUM
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Hmmm. I have both of those in my work fridge. I may have to try that.
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ms woods--it was SO good--like the best chocolate pudding ever--and I don't really love tofu--

p.s. It sat overnight before I ate it--I don't know if that had any effect at all tho--
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Mmmm, ouizoid, that sounds really good! Is the mori nu lite firm tofu on the shelf or in the produce section, or?
Thank you for the recipe
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WOW. I had never tried lite tofu in a recipe before--I usually avoid tofu because of my hypothyroidism--but this was great!

2 Tbs hershey's special dark chocolate plus sweetener of your choice (I used erythritol and stevia 20 cals), one pack mori nu lite firm tofu (120 cals for whole thing). Whip together and refrigerate. 35/ cals per serving/ 4 servings. SO YUM
BTW, I also have hypothyroidism and I've been sparingly using tofu and roasted soy beans (i love them!) and I've seen no ill effect.

I'm going to go make this.
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it was in the refrigerated section in a shelf stable box--120 cals/box
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I've used soft silken tofu for pudding before (I make a LC tiramisu with it, mixing it with marscarpone cheese). Will consider this for pudding substitute, b/c the gluc pudding just totally lost it's appeal with me not sure why.
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My new Endo just gave me the go-ahead to enjoy soy products as long as I'm not eating them all day, every day, and as long as I leave a nice gap between my Synthroid and the soy. I made her confirm that, if I have a craving for sushi, I can have both edamame AND soy sauce!
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My new Endo just gave me the go-ahead to enjoy soy products as long as I'm not eating them all day, every day, and as long as I leave a nice gap between my Synthroid and the soy. I made her confirm that, if I have a craving for sushi, I can have both edamame AND soy sauce!
That's great news Dawn! Is there anything you do have to avoid now?
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