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Old 04-04-2004, 10:45 AM   #121
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Different yet CHEAP Bread solution

[COLOR=darkblue]Different yet CHEAP Bread solution[/COLOR]

I havent read anything yet (Newbie) about -get this- Cornmeal Mush! I know it sounds not so good but only 3 grams/carbs per serving and I fried it in butter. I found it in Wal-Mart in the cream cheese section in a roll that you cut off like cookie dough! It's really inexpensive and wasn't bad. Tell me what you think!
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Old 04-05-2004, 08:17 AM   #122
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Thanks, Josie. I'm crazy about artichokes. I've been putting them in my fritatta's for a while now-anxious to try this!
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Cornmeal mush

Starbright - I don't know what the ingredients are in your cornmeal mush...but at 3 carbs per serving it can't contain corn meal....which is about 85 carbs per cup. Check again.
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Cornmeal Mush-checked again

Here's what the package reads: Nutrition Facts Serv Size. 1/8 Tube (85g) Servings Per Container: 8 Amount Per Serving: Calories 25, Fat Cal. 5. Total Fat 1g (2% DV), Sat Fat 0g (0%DV). Cholest. 0mg (0%DV). Sodium 330mg (14% DV), Total Carb. 3g (1% DV). Fiber 0g (0% DV), Sugars 0g. Protein 1g. Vitamin A (0% DV), Viatmin C (0% DV), Calcium (2% DV), Iron (0% DV) Percent Daily Values (DV) are based on a 2,000 calorie diet

Ingredients: Water, Corn Meal, Salt, Skim Milk, Partially Hydrogenated Soybean Oil.

Distributed by I&K Distributors, Inc. Delphos, Ohio 45833
For comments or questions call 1-800-869-6337 ext. 888

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Old 04-05-2004, 04:56 PM   #125
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corn meal

Thanks for the info Starbright. I'm trying to figure it out. I assume the roll you bought is about the size of a sausage roll (Jimmy Dean, for example). Assume for a moment that it would take about 1/2 cup of cornmeal to make that amount. That would be about 42 g of carbs per roll, divided by 8 servings = 5+ g per serving. It could well be that it takes, say only 1/3 c per roll...so I guess 3 carbs per serving doesn't stretch my credibility. So...good find!

(My problem is, I couldn't eat just one slice. Love the stuff!)
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Old 04-06-2004, 04:09 AM   #126
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The cornmeal mush label says that one serving weighs 85 grams. Assuming that only 1/3 of that serving is actually cornmeal, just the cornmeal in that serving would have over 21 carbs. 30 grams of cornmeal has 23.3 carbs and 2.2 grams fiber.

I'm wondering if the serving size weight is off. 85 grams equals about 3 ounces. If there are 8 servings per roll, it would be a 24 ounce roll. Is the roll that big?
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Old 04-06-2004, 09:09 AM   #127
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the corn meal mush debate

Ok. I checked Joy of Cooking recipe for cornmeal mush. It calls for 1 C corn meal to 5 C water. Not sure if my thinking is correct on this, but it sounds like that in any given serving size the ratio of cornmeal to other ingredients would be 1:5. So, in an 85g serving, about 14g would be cornmeal or about 11g carbs ( I just halved LindaSue's count for 30g).

I'll go ck the USDA site again for exact counts for 100g.
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Old 04-09-2004, 10:11 PM   #128
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Breakfast food

Have any of you tried the OSoLo buns? They are 3 carbs apiece and you can make a great french toast out of them wtih the Atkins syrup. YUMMY,,,they also make you feel guilty!

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Punkin, I also love the O'SoLo Buns. I recently saw them at Kroger in the health food section. I use the plain ones for a cheeseburger fix. They are great because they are individually wrapped in plastic, so you can keep them frozen until you need them. They come in pkgs of 4. I like to toast them lightly because they hold up better if you load up your burger with lettuce and other toppings.

Once when I was in my local low carb store, the clerk told me a customer buys these and leaves them in her car. Then, when she buys a fast food hamburger, she tosses the bun and replaces it with an O'SoLo bun.
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Old 04-10-2004, 01:37 PM   #131
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O'SoLo Buns

You can buy them at quite a few Health Food stores order them off the interent from different places. I just searched for them and found 4 places you can buy them and have them shipped to you. Love the Cin/Raisin, Original & Sour Dough. I also use them for Hamburgers. Sure is better than Lettuce Burgers LOL
 
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was wondering if any of you have tried the Entennmann's low catrb fudge nut brownies. i got some over the Easter holiday to have with my coffee and they are actually pretty good. they said they have 8 net carbs per serving...
they are not as rich as regular brownies but are ok to me.
got them at winn dixie here in fla. maybe your grocery will have them to.
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Bad Idea for ME!

Anything called "fudge" something is a very bad idea for me LOL I would have the box gone adn be over carbbed for DAYS! hehehe
 
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You too/ got to be some other meals low carb

That is why i have started eating yogurt parfait!!
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Today I had smoked salmon, cream cheese, and cucumber slices.

Wow - was it good to eat breakfast stuff other than eggs.

I also bought some nitrate free smoked turkey ham to add to my breakfast variety.
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low carb bars replacement , any good ones out there?

Maybe for a lunch or dinner ideal along with fruit maybe, something different!!
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today I made a sorta-torta.

Heated those round slices of turkey ham, then put cheddar between the layers and heated the whole thing further.
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nuked cheese for breakfast

i take a fistful of cheddar cheese and spread it on a microwave safe plate........sprinkle with garlic powder and cayenne pepper and nuke for 3 or more minutes........ pour off fat . break apart, put in a sandwich bag and off to work. i will often add avocado slices to the chips.

this also makes a great snack food.
 
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Originally posted by fla gal 57
was wondering if any of you have tried the Entennmann's low catrb fudge nut brownies. i got some over the Easter holiday to have with my coffee and they are actually pretty good. they said they have 8 net carbs per serving...
they are not as rich as regular brownies but are ok to me.
got them at winn dixie here in fla. maybe your grocery will have them to.
I did try these recently and after one piece, my stomach was tied in knots. They are LOADED with sugar alcohols, which I am very sensitive to! The taste was delicious, but I had to give the rest to my husband... The sugar alcohols don't bother him.
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I also get tired of eggs but when I do I usually make this

2 eggs fried the way you like, topped with a few baby spinache leaves and your favorite cheese. Put a lid on it until the cheese melts. place eggs on 2 thin tomato slices. yummmmmmm
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hello everyone, where would I find Davinci SF syrup??
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Hi,
I don't know if someone asked this or not but here it goes. I really want to eat "Sausage/Bacon" but I don't eat pork. Does anyone know of a brand of sausage/bacon that I can eat that's not "PORK"?
Everytime that I think i've found the perfect brand it always turns out to have some type of sugar or syrup in it.
Any ideas?
Thank ya much
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hello everyone, where would I find Davinci SF syrup??
do anybody know???
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hello everyone, where would I find Davinci SF syrup??

Marshalls, Walmart, TJ Maxx, Target and someone said Cash and Carry
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thank you la belle
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Quiche

Here is a recipe that I made just a couple of weeks ago. It is eggs but in the form of quiche....

9 X 13 dish preheat oven 350*

10 eggs
2 cups heavy cream
2 cups shredded cheese
1 lb bacon (pre-cooked)
1 tsp salt
1/2 cup flour

In large bowl mix together eggs, cream 1 1/2 cups cheese, bacon.
Mix salt and flour together then add to egg mixture. Pour into baking dish and bake at 350* for 50-55 minutes.

Optional of course: onion, red or green peppers, sausage, etc.

My guess at carbs: 5 carbs per piece when cutting into 12 servings.
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fishinDi, if you leave out the flour, you'll bring the carbs down to just 2 per serving.
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I also get tired of eggs. I do like the Atkins dry cerals, the blueberry and the triple berry. I eat them either dry or with 1/2cream /1/2 water. I also like ricotta cheese with some splenda and vanilla. I like the new Hood Yogurts.
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