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Old 03-07-2014, 09:40 PM   #113
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The sound is terrible, you may have to turn up the volume a bit...
That's because his voice is distorted from eating too much gluten.

And judging from his appearance, a lot of too much other things too.

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Old 03-07-2014, 10:02 PM   #114
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Aagae, thanks. I laughed my glutenus maximus off.
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Hi protein Pancake or waffle recipe



6 egg whites

1 cup of regular oatmeal

1 cup of cottage cheese (we use low fat)

little bit of nutmeg

little bit of cinnamon

Tried the pancake recipe this morning. It is really good. We don't have a blender with us so I just used a wisk. A little lumpy but it works fine.

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I finally called Silk customer service to ask why they add salt to their almond milk. I got the answer, that I expected, but disagree with. "It makes it taste better"

I asked if they make any milk substitutes that have neither salt nor sugar added: After a bit of a search she found Unsweetened Coconutmilk | Silk . It has 50% more calories than the almond milk. however I decided that 150% of not very much = still not too much. I tried it on my cereal this morning and found I prefer it. We'll see how long that lasts.

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Almond milk is easy to make if you have a blender, so you can leave the salt out, and sweeten or not as you wish.

The basic recipe is to soak raw almonds (1 cup) in water to cover for at least 6-8 hours. Drain the almonds (not sure why!) and whirl up with 3 cups of fresh water. For a sweeter raw foods version, blend in a couple of pitted raw dates with it. Strain the "milk" out of the ground almonds and refrigerate. Flavour or not if you wish. (The ground almonds could be used in another dish, such as the morning oatmeal or sprinkled over dry cereal.)

On "organic" food. Gosh! So many terms have a culinary meaning that differs from the scientific one. Is a tomato a fruit or a vegetable? It depends upon whether you're making a salad or studying botany.
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Hi protein Pancake or waffle recipe



6 egg whites

1 cup of regular oatmeal

1 cup of cottage cheese (we use low fat)

little bit of nutmeg

little bit of cinnamon

Tried the pancake recipe this morning. It is really good. We don't have a blender with us so I just used a wisk. A little lumpy but it works fine.

Thanks
If you don't need a waffle iron or food processor, I am ready to take this one camping! (Limited cooking space in the Bambino.) For a short trip, I could probably just whirl it up at home, and bring it along in a fridge container.
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Old 03-08-2014, 04:42 PM   #118
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Almond milk is easy to make if you have a blender, so you can leave the salt out, and sweeten or not as you wish.

The basic recipe is to soak raw almonds (1 cup) in water to cover for at least 6-8 hours. Drain the almonds (not sure why!) and whirl up with 3 cups of fresh water. For a sweeter raw foods version, blend in a couple of pitted raw dates with it. Strain the "milk" out of the ground almonds and refrigerate. Flavour or not if you wish. (The ground almonds could be used in another dish, such as the morning oatmeal or sprinkled over dry cereal.)

On "organic" food. Gosh! So many terms have a culinary meaning that differs from the scientific one. Is a tomato a fruit or a vegetable? It depends upon whether you're making a salad or studying botany.
I looked into that once. I'll will have to think about it again. I can't remember why I didn't go forward. I like the date idea. Dates and figs have become my favorite treat myself snacks.

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Don't feed your almond milk to your cat, if you have one. Apparently the results are not good.
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Old 03-08-2014, 05:57 PM   #120
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Don't feed your almond milk to your cat, if you have one. Apparently the results are not good.
Thanks Aage,
Here is a whole list of things that a cat should not eat.

Universal Cats - Foods Toxic to Cats

And here is a bonus list of plants toxic to cats.

http://www.petmd.com/cat/emergency/p...FeZDMgodq38ASA

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Is a tomato a fruit or a vegetable?
On the USDA's updated "food pyramid" from 2005, it's exactly on the line between fruit and vegetables, and so can count as either when you've working out your meal plan.

Interestingly, on the 2005 food pyramid, dry beans and nuts (peanuts are actually dry beans) count as "meat" not as vegetables or grains because protein is protein, whether it's animal protein or vegetable protein. So if you want to go meatless during the Lenten season, nuts are a good way to keep your vegetarian meals balanced.
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As I'm driving down the road reading these forums on the Talkatap App, I looked into the cooler beside me. Here's the food I'm carrying (healthy or not):

- raw veggies
- apples
- raw almonds
- hardboiled eggs (pre-shelled)
- low-fat mozzarella cheese
- pre-cooked chicken breast
- mini salt-free pretzels

I try to make sure everything is prepped and packaged in such a way that I don't have to take my hands off the iPad while I drive (steering with my knee is a piece of cake).
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As I'm driving down the road reading these forums on the Talkatap App, I looked into the cooler beside me. Here's the food I'm carrying (healthy or not):

- raw veggies
- apples
- raw almonds
- hardboiled eggs (pre-shelled)
- low-fat mozzarella cheese
- pre-cooked chicken breast
- mini salt-free pretzels

I try to make sure everything is prepped and packaged in such a way that I don't have to take my hands off the iPad while I drive (steering with my knee is a piece of cake).

Cute,

however you're not convincing me.
NSA says you're at home.

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Cute,

however you're not convincing me.
NSA says you're at home.

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Got me! I want a credit on my Verizon Account for "NSA offset fee".
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Got me! I want a credit on my Verizon Account for "NSA offset fee".
Actually, I believe all the hidden fees they tack on after they tell you how it much it is going to cost per month are funding the effort to keep tabs on us.

How's that for a conspiracy theory?

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After so much virtuous discussion, maybe it's time to talk about why red wine is good for your heart.

Red wine, antioxidants and resveratrol: Good for your heart? - Mayo Clinic

(If you catch the link, maybe an image flashed in your mind's eye, as it did mine, about the lab mice relaxing after a hard day of lab tests, with a nice glass of malbec.)
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