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Take this mixture to help fight infection.
Adapted from Witty in the City's Man-Pleasing Chicken: http://www.wittyinthecity.com/2011/08/man-
For my one-year anniversary with my boyfriend, we decided to have something special for dinner. Dinners can get kind of boring when you're new to being gluten-free, and I was craving Mongolian beef. So, I adapted a few Mongolian Beef recipes from the internet, added some brown rice, and voila! Delicious, and for 200 calories per serving, it can't be beat.
I recently went gluten-free, and I was worried that I would never eat a decent pasta dish again, and if I did, that it would be 1000 calories per serving. I had surrendered myself to this idea, and so I made a cheesy, meaty, veggie-filled gluten-free casserole. And what do you know? 200 calories per serving. It's best with a side of garlic bread: just take your favourite gluten-free bread (I use Udi's), butter it, sprinkle it with a little garlic powder, and stick it in the toaster oven until golden brown and bubbling.
Quick and healthy 1-egg omelette.
This is a quick chicken recipe that I threw together with my tomato and basil farfalle and some mixed vegetables for a fairly easy dinner one night. You can adjust, remove or add the seasonings to your liking - I absolutely love good seasoning, so I used more than some people, but to each their own. Enjoy!