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Old 04-14-2012, 08:40 AM   #91
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I believe u could cut out some of the yolks, but you wouldnt want to cut out all of them. Ill have to try this again soon with less yolk, and maybe less polyd, less calories without!
I just may try a half of this recipe using just egg beaters. If you try it with less yolks, please let us know and I'll do the same with the eggbeaters!
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Old 04-15-2012, 10:01 PM   #92
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This Custard recipe came out to 80calories a pc.

On up days I eat it with whipped Cream!

5 eggs
2 cups unsweetened almond milk ( i used vanilla)
1/2 tsp almond extract
12 drops ez-sweets (1/4 cup worth)
1 T truvia
2 T PolyD

bake at 350 for about an hr i a whter bath

less if you use custard cups

Great for a DD breakfast or dessert!
OK, I halved this recipe using Eggbeater in place of 2 1/2 eggs (3/4 cups), 1 cup almond milk (unsweetened vanilla) 7 drops ez-sweet, 1 T PolyD, 2 T truvia, 1 tsp vanilla.

It came out AMAZING!! I got 4 ramekins (normal sized) for 32 calories each!!

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Old 04-16-2012, 04:58 PM   #93
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This might gross some people out, but this is an idea of the weird food combos I like sometimes for snacking.

This is 2 Wasa lite crackers, some cream cheese, an ounce of colby-jack, some pickle, hot sauce, and a little fresh-ground black pepper. Approx. 215 calories. I couldn't wait, had to take a bite before I got a picture of it, lol. There's the blandness of the crackers, the cool creaminess of the cheeses, the sourness of the pickle, the heat from the sauce. I like.

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Another of my Wasa cracker concoctions. Each cracker was spread with Garden Vegetable Philadelphia Cream Cheese, a slice of thin deli ham, and of course, a dill pickle spear! Approx. 155 calories.

LOVE the idea of both of these! Def going to try when I start JUDDD!

Question for you shiritake people! I guess I just cannot get past the shiny look. They look kind of slimy maybe...How do they taste? What's the flavor if any?
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OK, I halved this recipe using Eggbeater in place of 2 1/2 eggs (3/4 cups), 1 cup almond milk (unsweetened vanilla) 7 drops ez-sweet, 1 T PolyD, 2 T truvia, 1 tsp vanilla.

It came out AMAZING!! I got 4 ramekins (normal sized) for 32 calories each!!

Thanks for the recipe!!
I'll have to give this a try... I'm guessing the Polyd gives it somewhat of a creamy mouth feel without the yolks being there...
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Old 04-16-2012, 06:08 PM   #95
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I'll have to give this a try... I'm guessing the Polyd gives it somewhat of a creamy mouth feel without the yolks being there...
Agree and it gets even better the colder and longer in the fridge! I ate one today and it was even more !!

Thanks for the great recipe, Truffles!!
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what is "polyD"?
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LifeSource Foods PolyD Fiber Here you go!!
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Thank you! I also was confused about "gluc" mentioned in some recipes.
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Old 04-17-2012, 07:53 AM   #99
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Thank you! I also was confused about "gluc" mentioned in some recipes.
PolyD and gluc are different. Gluc is short for glucomannan powder (the powdered root of the Konjac yam) which is all fiber, pretty much zero calories, and can be used to thicken sauces, make pudding, etc.
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Old 04-21-2012, 09:05 PM   #100
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Gotta make the cabbage dish with chicken or shrimp and L. Cow cheese!
Is it good warmed up? I would like to take some to work on my DD's
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Old 04-22-2012, 07:15 AM   #101
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Taste GREAT warmed up. I usually make a bunch, then reheat throughout the day, or split it between 2 DD's!
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Old 04-29-2012, 06:06 PM   #103
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Shrimp Stir Fry

This was the Shrimp Stir Fry over tofu shirataki noodles I did for my DD dinner tonight and it was real good!! DH really like this one a LOT! I'm going to post it over on the DD recipe thread if anyone is interested in how I threw it together.

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Wow, that looks super tasty! I need to work some shrimp into my DDs!
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I measured it out this time to put a recipe together for this thread. Usually I slice all my cucumbers and onion (sometimes some tomato to flavor the "dressing") and layer and salt them as I go, and splash vinegar as I go... however, I came up with this recipe after measuring and tasting the next day.

2lbs cucumber- I half peel mine. slice somewhat thin 108 calories (approx 4 cukes)
2 oz Thin Sliced Red Onion 22 calories
1 cup Rice Vinegar (Must be the Sugar Free one!! I made the mistake of NOT getting Sugar free- 25 cal/T!!) The Sugar Free is Calorie FREE!!
1 tsp salt
1/2 tsp garlic powder (can use fresh garlic)
Couple shakes of Onion powder- optional
1/4 tsp Dill Weed
Pinch or 2 or Crushed Red Pepper (the kind for pizza topping) OPTIONAL

Whole recipe 130 Calories!!! I don't count spices

I mix all the dressing ingredients in the bottom of my Tupperware then add the cukes and onions. At this time I will stir all the ingredients together, then put the lid on and try to hold the tupperware in different positions to cover all the vegetables. Stir in a few hours if you think about it!

I try to make this the night of an UD and it is ready for a DD!! I recently started adding the Red Pepper and I think that paired with the vinegar helps with suppressing hunger on DD's. Plus this dish is very Light and refreshing!!

I just made this today... and realized I forgot to put SPLENDA on the ingredient list. I used 3 drops of the smaller bottle. to taste will work, and Truvia or stevia would work as well! So refreshing on a day like today, and I think the red pepper and vinegar curb my appetite really well for very few calories!
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Hello all! I am technically "lurking" as i'm still on a round of hcg...but will transition to juddd when this one is done!
I have a question about the miracle rice/noodles. I ordered a similar type product last summer (different brand...same concept) and the SMELL when i opened the bag... to me it smelled like canned tuna...which can't handle! The taste was ok, but i couldn't get past the original smell...so they went into the trash.
do these noodles/rice have that same type of smell? Just wondering before i order some! Would love the versatility!
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They all have it, ICJ. I don't like the smell, but I just don't stick my nose down on top of the bag or noodles as I rinces them well under water. You can kill the smell with some fresh lemon squeezed over them if you just have to. But I just don't bother with that anymore, because I see it as a waste, as whatever sauce I put on the noodles kills that smell anyway.
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They all have it, ICJ. I don't like the smell, but I just don't stick my nose down on top of the bag or noodles as I rinces them well under water. You can kill the smell with some fresh lemon squeezed over them if you just have to. But I just don't bother with that anymore, because I see it as a waste, as whatever sauce I put on the noodles kills that smell anyway.
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wow...some really great ideas here and the photos are a big plus...tomorrow is first DD for this newbie
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Hello! May I stalk you a bit?
I've been off of Low Carb for pretty much a year and a half. In that time, I ate whatever I wanted in mass quantities. I managed to put back on around 30 lbs. I've been Low Carb now for a couple of weeks, already feel sooo much better and have lost about 6 lbs.
I can remember doing an occasional UD and DD and getting a loss out of it. I had never heard of JUDDD....and always thought it was a strange coincidence! lol.
I'd like to learn more and ask occasional questions if that's okay. And since this is a food-porn thread, maybe it's not the best place for that. Could you recommend a thread that has good support for newbies? Thanks!
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I've been off of Low Carb for pretty much a year and a half. In that time, I ate whatever I wanted in mass quantities. I managed to put back on around 30 lbs. I've been Low Carb now for a couple of weeks, already feel sooo much better and have lost about 6 lbs.
I can remember doing an occasional UD and DD and getting a loss out of it. I had never heard of JUDDD....and always thought it was a strange coincidence! lol.
I'd like to learn more and ask occasional questions if that's okay. And since this is a food-porn thread, maybe it's not the best place for that. Could you recommend a thread that has good support for newbies? Thanks!
You can try here: May Newbies Please Post Here

There's also a newbies thread at the top of the forum page. Or you could start a new thread with any specific questions you might have. I recommend reading as much as possible. This is really a pretty easy and doable plan, but there will be questions.

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I need some help please! I am used to 500 cals for hcg...and breakfast was usually coffee w/ 1 oz hnh....BUT do any of ya'll have any foodie ideas for a breakfast that will not break the calorie bank and still fill me up for breakfast?

I am looking at three giant red apples on my desk (teacher appreciation day! ) and I am afraid to touch them as I know they are well over 100 cals apiece!
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I need some help please! I am used to 500 cals for hcg...and breakfast was usually coffee w/ 1 oz hnh....BUT do any of ya'll have any foodie ideas for a breakfast that will not break the calorie bank and still fill me up for breakfast?

I am looking at three giant red apples on my desk (teacher appreciation day! ) and I am afraid to touch them as I know they are well over 100 cals apiece!
How about a couple egg white with some salsa? Sometime I even add a laughing cow cheese wedge. Under 100 cal.
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How about a couple egg white with some salsa? Sometime I even add a laughing cow cheese wedge. Under 100 cal.
Oh man! I wasn't even thinking about that! I could totally make a huge omelet that way! Thanks!!!
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Indian Cabbage Stir-Fry

I fixed a real good stir-fry dinner last night: 3 oz. leftover skinned BBQ chicken thigh, 6 oz. shredded cabbage, a bit of seeded jalapeno, 2 oz. onion and ˝ c. red pepper, topped with a sprinkle of my garam masala spice blend. Sure was good, too! Very filling, in fact I had trouble eating it all. Only 260 calories and about 13 carbs.
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Buttoni, that looks fantastic! Thanks. I'll try it for DD tomorrow,
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I think the key was having the leftover piece of grilled chicken on hand. Not sure sauteed or oven-cooked would have been as good. The smoked meat reminded me of Tandoori chicken in this. Hope you like it!
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Cheesy "rice" bake. Made with miracle rice. OMG so good.
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With my meal of a frozen cooked chicken breast patty/lc ketchup/jalapeno slices:


Makes 4 pretty good size servings@
136 calories/11.76g fat/2.74g carbs/.2g fiber/2.55g net carbs

Or if you are hungry and want to use it as a main dish, you could get 2 huge servings@
272 calories/23.52g fat/5.48g carbs/.4g fiber/5.1g net carbs
can you please post the recipes for these yummy items?
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