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Recipes I've Shared:

Pinto Bean Chicken Chili

Homemade with fresh ingredients. Broth made from leftover roast chicken bones. Meat was reserved from the roast chicken. Soak the beans the night before and then the next morning, throw everything in a crockpot and simmer on high all day until dinner. Tastes great with a few slices of fresh avocado or plain yogurt and a sprig of fresh cilantro.


Very Good (1 rating)
Homemade Fresh-milled Whole Wheat bread

Benefits of milling your own wheat and baking your bread are:

-All nutrients are intact instead of evaporated after commercial milling and chemically enriched for your purchase. 45% of the nutrients oxidize (evaporate) in the 1st 24 hrs. 95% of the nutrients oxidize by the 3rd day.
-Wheat is the most concentrated source of Vitamin E in nature
-All fiber, bran and protein in proper proportions.
-Great for your digestion (keeps you regular), whole grains are known to lower cholesterol
-Lots of Omega 3's in the fresh ground flax seed (not to mention that extra fiber)
The list goes on.... Check out www.breadbeckers.com or www.millersgrainhouse.com for more info and recipes.
**For troubleshooting any bread baking issues go to http://www.baking911.com/bread/101_bake.ht
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Very Good (2 ratings)
Tomato Rotini Soup

slow cooker Tomato based veggie soup with rotini... YUM!

Easy Corn Bread

From the back of the Quaker Cornmeal box, I modified with Splenda Blend for baking instead of sugar & 2 egg whites instead of a whole egg.

Oriental Turkey Meatball Soup

this is from Suzanne Summers "Eat Great, Lose Weight" and is a great source of protein.

Banana-Berry Smoothie

fruit & soy milk & soy yogurt smoothie

Classic Oatmeal Cookies w/ chocolate chips

From the "Joy of Cooking" cookbook. Only 103 calories each! (This recipe calculated as making 51 cookies)


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