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Old 01-05-2007, 09:20 AM   #61
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I'm gathering this is all too high carb for induction?
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Old 01-05-2007, 01:29 PM   #62
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No.....you can have beans on induction. Remember....south Beach isn't all about LC like Atkins. I did Atkins for over 2 years and still think about carbs also.
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Old 01-08-2007, 04:00 PM   #63
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Nana, do you refridgerate your bean cake? I took some in for my co-workers to try today. NEVER tell anyone that isn't on SB that the cake is made from beans! To get an honest opinion, you must have them just try it first and THEN tell them you used beans instead of flour. Strange how our minds trick us and we get a preconceived idea about something.
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Old 01-08-2007, 07:49 PM   #64
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Yes I always refrigerate it. I also too some to work once. I didn't tell anyone until after they tasted it. Everyone thought it was good. I took some that I had put cinnamon in. It was pretty tasty! Yes, it is funny how the mind plays tricks on us. Hubby is going out of town tomorrow so I made him some extra large bean muffins. I put DaVinci blueberry syrup in it and added some fresh blueberries. I added some cinnamon spice in also. They look really good. I also made some with DaVinci spice syrup, cinnamon, and 1/2 can of Libby pumpkin. I did taste them and they are good!
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Old 01-10-2007, 06:53 AM   #65
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When I was on Atkin's, I used almond flour a lot, and noticed that it often had a cornmeal-like texture ... I wonder if a little of that in the "cornbread" would make it better? I might have to try some of these recipes.
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Old 01-13-2007, 08:36 AM   #66
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Thanks, NanaSuzie! My computer was down for a couple days and in the mean time my bean cake molded since I hadn't refrigerated it. I had made a double batch. Blueberry sounds so yummy! I will have to search for more of the DaVinci syrups.
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Old 10-11-2007, 03:50 PM   #67
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Bumpety-bump. (Thanks for the recipes Nana.)
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Just an FYI -

I have been experimenting with this recipe and have turned the cake (which is awesome, btw) into a bread and with more savory ingredients.

I took the original recipe, omitted the splenda and added 1T of crushed basil, when blending...then stirred in a cup of parmesan cheese and baked about 40 minutes.

It was delicious! Next time I will cut back the parmesan a little....but I had my whole office drooling when I toasted this yesterday, the smell was awesome!
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Thanks for the update...I have been curious about making a savory bread. It will go great with the pork chops I'm making later this week.

I made the pumpkin cake version today. I love it!
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Wow, I cant wait to try these, they sound amazing!
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Old 10-26-2007, 05:11 AM   #71
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Wow, I cant wait to try these, they sound amazing!
Pear - they ARE amazing, and you can tweak them in so many ways. Totally healthy and On Porgram!!!
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Hi everyone...I will be starting south beach sunday with DH and have been lurking around for ideas...will definetly start with this cake/bread but I have a question...my food processor is out of commission!! anyone know if the blender can be used instead??

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Old 10-26-2007, 03:22 PM   #73
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Hi everyone...I will be starting south beach sunday with DH and have been lurking around for ideas...will definetly start with this cake/bread but I have a question...my food processor is out of commission!! anyone know if the blender can be used instead??
Conbo - that's all I have ever used....and it works great!
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Old 10-30-2007, 09:08 AM   #74
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morning all!! well, I have 2 breads in the oven....made 1 with white pinto beans and no splenda or anything sweet so I can have that one with tuna or cheese.. and the other one I made with black beans, splenda and cocoa powder...that one is to enjoy with peanut butter...

will let you all know how they turned out.. very very curious about these! I was addicted to the flax bread, would make it without davincis nor splenda and enjoyed it every morning with either pbutter or plain butter...now, are we allowed sf rapsberry jam in phase 1? if so, this is going to be so amazing! a pb+jam sandwhich!!!!

thanks ladies for the recipie and the support!! second day on the beach with you guys!!!


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OH MY!!!!

OK, just tasted the one I made with black beans, cocoa powder, splenda and almond xtract...all I can say is OMG!!!!!!!!! Never mind the peanut butter on it...its AMAZING! thank you ladies for sharing this wonderful gift!

Now, important question, how much is considered ONE SERVING and how much am I allowed??

Just cut a 3/4" slice and its in a bread mold...\does that consider a portion for a snack?
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Conbo - I have been cutting mine in about the same size.....I have about 2-3 pieces of the different kinds I have a day...one with bfast, a piece for a snack late afternoon and evening.

Try 1 tsp of lemon extract and 1 tsp of poppyseeds; now that is to die for also!
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oohh lemon poppy seed!! next on my list! BTW, maybe next time I should PAM my pans!! its kinda stuck to the bottom!!!

ok cant wait to see if DH is going to like them! if not, more for me!!
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oohh lemon poppy seed!! next on my list! BTW, maybe next time I should PAM my pans!! its kinda stuck to the bottom!!!

ok cant wait to see if DH is going to like them! if not, more for me!!
I always Pam and they pop right out!
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You can also use the rubber type silicone molds, nothing sticks to those and you dont ever have to use Pam. I have a ton of them I use, I actually sell the products, so maybe I am partial lol. I love them for the bread and the muffins because i dont ever have to use papers or Pam for any of it.


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Old 10-31-2007, 07:05 AM   #80
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funny thing kelly!! this weekend, DH and i were at the store and he showed me those....was the first time i saw them and wasnt too sure how good they were. Guess I will go get 2 of them for the next breads. these WONT last long! Dh is ranting and raving on them, and even DS left his chocolate cake to his brother to have a slice of the black bean one.. kids!

so next on the list: lemon poppyseed, garlic and parmasan, and DS wants a chocolate orange one. thank goodness they take a whole 2 mins each to make!

thanks again ladies...you are the best!

ps: the one I made with navy beans, no splenda...its just sooo moist its like an angel cake! just had it for breakfast with crunchy peanut butter.
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Conbo - when you figure out a good choc/orange combo please share!!! I am pretty much hooked on the choco/pb muffins but I am interested in these as well.

I also want to try the dill/cheddar combo too at some point. I really need to stock up on the different extracts and what not, ya know with the holidays coming up....
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Conbo - when you figure out a good choc/orange combo please share!!! I am pretty much hooked on the choco/pb muffins but I am interested in these as well.
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Ok this is how I did it!! 2 tsp cocoa, grated a bit of orange peel, and instead of the davincis I put a cap of orange extract and kept the vanilla too! its smells amazing but not cutting it until tomorrow! dont trust myself...its in the fridge now, hidden from the kids and DH!! will let you know tomorrow how it is, but I am sure it will be OK...those are the same ingrediants i used to add to my flax bread and it was good...tasted like one of those chocolate oranges that you have to bang on the wall then eat...KWIM?? dont remember what its called...nex ttime might add a bit of coconut xtract with the cocoa...hmmm, thinking almond breeze or mounds?? OK gotta stop this! i will be eating nothing but bean bread for the next month!
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Chocolate orange??? I cannot wait!

<Cindy adds orange extract to her grocery list!>

Right now I have a pumpkin spice, lemon poppyseed and basil parmesan in my fridge - I LOVE this bread!!!!

Do you think 2-3 pieces a day is too much???? I don't have it every day, but sometimes will have one kind for breakfast, another with my salad at lunch and another kind for a snack at night!
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Do you think 2-3 pieces a day is too much???? I don't have it every day, but sometimes will have one kind for breakfast, another with my salad at lunch and another kind for a snack at night!


ummmm, I hope not! I started south beach on monday and yesterday all i ate all day was the bread. Chocolate + pbutter for breakfast, the regular one with cream cheese with a v8 for lunch, and another piece of the chocolate for dessert after my omelet!!!! i am new to south beach and lets just hope this bread is not limited to 1 slice a day!!!!!! next i need to try to add flax meal cause i am kinda blocked...KWIM???

and cindy, add some orange rind with the orange xtract...extra yummy!!
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Do you think 2-3 pieces a day is too much???? I don't have it every day, but sometimes will have one kind for breakfast, another with my salad at lunch and another kind for a snack at night!
I'm glad you asked. Yes, definitely. (Said in the kindest possible way.) You knew I was going to say that, didn't you?
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.....reads rose's response but pretends she didnt see it.........

OK OK then, as of tomorrow, I will limit myself to 1 slice a day...or is 2 OK? just not three like radmom. hmmm, will have to find new replacement food.
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Two should be ok right??? I have done 2 muffins in one day before and it seemed fine. Please dear God dont take away the bean bread, Amen.

I am going out of town tonight for the weekend, but when I come back I am headin to super Walmart and getting some various extracts to make the muffins... lemon poppy seed and choco orange......mmmmm
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Yes, Rose......I did!!!! But just confirming my own worst fears!
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OK I am off the bean cake!! started SB monday, just weighed and I gained a pound! must be the bean cake cause besides that I have been eating veggies, fish, tuna, eggs and V8! so it has to be the cake! thats it, no more for me...I have no control over it and tend to be eating just that for my meals.

starting over fresh now! this is argravating how I have no self control...
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