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Not low in calories but good for those watching gluten.
"Dear Cave-Ladies and Gents, here I present you the most fuss-free Paleo Coconut Bread ever.
I have tested many recipes and tried and tried until I found the perfect mixture for a bread for a full on flavor, just enough moisture and crumbliness, suited for sweet and savory palate too.
This is my absolutely go-to recipe, because:
- it has only a handful of ingredients,
- the ingredients are cheap and easy to find,
- needs only 5 min to prepare
and everyone LOVES it, so it WILL disappear in no time too.
It is good in itself, with homemade marmalade, nut butter, Nutella, or
...for the gluttonous as I am, with some butter and honey as my Grandma prepared it when I was young with a cup of hot cocoa or coffee (for grown-ups)."
Bon Appétit | June 2008
by Rozanne Gold
Bulgogi—beef marinated in soy sauce,sesame oil, and other seasonings—is a popular Korean dish. Here, we've subbed in salmon for the sirloin.
Retreived from blueprintcleanse.com
Yummy, healthy collard greens salad. Great for cleanse or detox.
The recipe and text below are from the book "Bikini Bootcamp: Two Weeks to Your Ultimate Beach Body", by Melissa Perlman and Erica Gragg.
From HUNGRY GIRL
PER SERVING (1/6th of recipe, about 1/3 cup): 78 calories, 3g fat, 320mg sodium, 10.5g carbs, 3.5g fiber, 4g sugars, 3.5g protein
Found at another site - recipe authored by Julie Grose.
Adapted from the "Skinny Bitch in the Kitch" recipe. Used regular chocolate chips instead of vegan.
I tweaked this recipe from Glamour Magazine to use Turkey instead of Beef. It said to be one that makes men fall in love. Haven't tried it yet but wanted to calculate nutritional info. Follow ingredients on List as some of them were inputted in odd measurements.
Let me know if you like it. Here is the related article: http://www.glamour.com/magazine/2008/06/ma
From Rachael Ray
Just a simple Quinoa Salad