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Thanks! That is what I did and it seemed too dry so I just added some water.

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Drain them first... emoticon

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If a hummus recipe called for l can of chickpeas would you add juice and all?


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I will definitely Google it! It sounds very interesting. :)

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Quinoa is an ancient grain that's got very good health benefits. Google quinoa & I'm sure it'll tell you everything you want to know! emoticon
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I did check out the recipes and there are some that look good. On the box I bought, it said that quinoa is technically a fruit but it's used as a grain. It sort of tastes like brown rice but is smaller and resembles barley. Anyway, it has more protein than other grains and is apparently more easily digested.

I don't know much more about it except that it's pronounced keen-wah.

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Hi everyone! I just joined and wanted to pop in and say hi! I am VERY new to clean eating (still reading the book actually) and cooking in general. I hope to learn a lot from you guys!! :)

So, my first question: what is quinoa?

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So, I DID go to SparkRecipes & found the following:

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Good idea, Sue. Thanks. The quinoa was okay, but I'm not sure how much I'd eat it just plain like that.

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I sometimes go to Sparkrecipes.com, type in an ingredient (i.e. quinoa) & up pops recipes using that ingredient! I use SP recipes ALL the time & haven't found one yet I didn't like. Hope you enjoy the quinoa!
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I'm slowly trying to eat better and read labels. I bought Quinoa for the first time today so I'll make it according to the directions (with water). I'm guessing I could probably use chicken or vegetable stock instead of water since I've done that with rice. Any other suggestions?

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MOM2KNL~Sounds like a good game plan. emoticon

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Hi. I am a newbie to Eating Clean - it has been a week today since reading the book and changing my eating. I have lost 5 lbs so far! I was so excited after reading the book, that this past Monday I started cooler 1. Today would be day 4, but after really thinking about it, I decided to just eat clean and forget about the "diet". I guess I was looking for a quick fix but realized that lifestyle changes take time. Besides, I want to try all those wonderful recipes! Anyway, I am glad to be on this team and love all the support and encouragement you all give!
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2 great things... I discovered dry-pressed cottage cheese... only milk ingredients!! extremely low in sodium and fat. It's sort of bland, but very fresh tasting.. You could put fruit with it as a dessert, or use it instead of ricotta. I've eaten it plain... not a highlight, but it is an excellent source of protein ... 11 g /2oz... 50 cal!! Check out my blog.

Also, I found the recipe for the turkey meatballs using chickpea that Mike made on TBL on Tuesday... www.jennieo.com/recipes/recipe_detai
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and I definitely want to try them!!

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No, but I would love the recipe!

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Help! Does anyone know what proportion of nuts and dates to use to make homemade Larabars???

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Lasher, the yolks have a bad reputation for raising cholesterol and have a lot of fat in them. I have read that over the course of many tests and studies they have determined that our bodies treat this fat differently than other animal fats and we metabolize it cleaner, they now believe it is helpful. Still, if you are trying to lose weight you might want to cut down on the amount of yolks you consume daily.. Keep in mind the whites have few of the benefits of the egg and the yolk is nutrient dense..

www.cholesterol-and-health.com/Egg_Y
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I just got tosca Reno's cookbook... Found two recipes I want to make next week...

I noticed that she suggests just eating the egg whites and THROWING OUT the yolks!! Are they just empty calories??

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Thanks Javalovertoo for that Asparagus BBQ recipe. I cooked some the other day in E.V.O.O. with a garlic spice and it wasn't too bad - don't cook it much, so didn't really know what to do with them. But tonight I am BBQing Steak, so will try the BBQ asparagus as well. A friend gave me some Parsnips too, so might cook that up as well. Along with a salad that should just be the Eat Clean meal I need.

Hope everyone is enjoying nice weather - I have been working in my daughter in laws garden as well as my own today, and have enjoyed the outdoors. My housework now thats' another story!!



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Thanks for the welcome! It's actually getting easier! I am worried about the weekend because of the desserts and brunch on Sunday, but I'll have to wait and see.

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emoticon Toni! It DOES get easier, that's for sure. Just like eating junk every day can become a habit, so can good, healthy eating.

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Hi! I just wanted to stop by and introduce myself. I am only 4 days into eating clean but so far each day gets better and easier. Glad to see their is a team!

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Sounds pretty clean to me!!

"Complaining isn't considered cardio!!" - CASSANDRA_WYNN

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Can someone tell me if Organic Tortilla Chips (stone ground organic yellow and white corn, canola oil, safflower and/or sunflower oil, sea salt) is a clean food?

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These are the ingredients in sun chips:

WHOLE CORN, SUNFLOWER OIL, WHOLE WHEAT, RICE FLOUR, WHOLE OAT FLOUR, SUGAR, AND SALT.

I am not sure if any of these products are modified before put into sun chips. I still have to find that out. The only thing I could forsee is if they are not using pesticide free products...but the bag is compostable so that is a plus!

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Busy with finals, but wanted to stop by & say hi. Last weekend was in NC, next weekend will be in Boston.
Fortunately, weather's been great, so been biking all over the place: today it was church, library & grocery store. emoticon

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Confession time, I found that recipe in the Eat Clean Cookbook (the first one) by Tosca Reno. emoticon

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Mmmmm. In the past, I just used italian salad dressing. Now that I am trying to eat cleaner, I think your recipe is just what I was looking for!

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I have a special pan for the BBQ for the veggies. I just put a little oil, balsamic vinegar, garlic, salt and pepper in a shallow dish coat the asparagus in it, the grill it until it's tender. You can do the same thing in your oven and broil it, less smoky outside.

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I don't know what the temps. were today, but it was perfect for me.

Javalovertoo--How are you cooking the asparagus? Are you grilling it? I have some growing, but it isn't big enough to eat yet!

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Happy Saturday! Doing well here, gorgeous weather here too. Going to BBQ turkey and beef burgers and all turkey hot dogs and asparagus in a little bit for dinner. Oh it's making me hungry!

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Hi everyone!! How are you doing? I been fine. It is in the 80's in Connecticut today and sunny.

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Welcome!

I emoticon Eating Clean!!!

I'm not sure about the Sun Chips. I'm guessing since they are processed they still have no-no ingredients. I'd read the label and see. There are recipes for chips that can be made out of sweet potatoes, regular potato chips, and other things I'm sure. It's definitely a skill to make your own but you would know exactly what's in them.

Have a great Friday!

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Hey... I'm new to this team... I decided that after my first two weeks of trying to eat clean went so well, I was ready to declare myself and join the team!!

"Complaining isn't considered cardio!!" - CASSANDRA_WYNN

Christ has no body now but mine. He prays in me, works in me, looks through my eyes, speaks through my words, works through my hands, walks with my feet and loves with my heart.
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I am new to this feed so first off...HELLO!
Second, I have recently became a vegetarian (meat was the easiest thing for me to give up) but I told myself that once I was comfortable with giving up meat that I slowly wanted to get rid of processed foods; however, I love potato chips (the item that I am going to give up). I was wondering if the Sun Chips were a good substitute(I know they are still processed)or if they were just as harmful as potato chips? I know I saw that there are these freeze dried potato slices (no additives or preservatives) that I am going to look into. I was just curious what was up with the Sun Chips? Thanks!

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Why don't you make your own "frozen meals"? Make your favorite food and freeze in separate serving containers that can be pulled out of the freezer when you need them. I do this with soups and other favorite recipes. This way if you need something for lunch or dinner you have it ready and you are in control of what is in your food.

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I am not sure about frozen meal being clean.. I would have to look into that one.. I have been eating clean for almost 2 years now and have had so much success with maintaining a healthy weight. The bonus is my hair and nails are also very healthy. Recently I added a blended shake that is packed full of nutrients and that seems to be kicking things up a notch. woohoo.

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Question - are there any frozen meals that are good for eating clean? I'm asking because they are so easy to go to, especially for lunch during the work week. Any suggestions?

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today day 1 of cooler 1 recharged book. has anyone else done this ? i started challenge form if anyone wants to join me.

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I have purchased 3 issues of Oxygen and love it! I just subscribed yesterday. Can't wait to get it in my mailbox!

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I love clean eating magazine so much, I read it from cover to cover each month.. I didn't try steel cut oats until I stumbled upon the cookbooks.. These recipes have changed my life.


Edited by: BODYNSOIL1 at: 4/22/2010 (17:23)
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It is Oxygen Magazine. Tosca Reno has a running article in it every month and the general recipes are all clean too. It is a serious body building magazine but I use it for the clean eating part and some lifting info!

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I get the Clean Eating Magazine. There is also a free newsletter you can sign up for. I haven't read the books yet, so can't answer your question. I really like the section of the magazine with a weekly meal plan and grocery list.

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If you eat what you've always eaten, you will weigh what you've always weighed!
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EATING CLEAN MAGAZINE? Someone told me about an eating clean magazine that they found at the store. Is this in accordance with the books? Does anyone like it? Thanks!

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Sounds like I need to just adjust to eating less. I imagine that I'm probably eating more for pleasure rather than nourishment. I think I can start eating just 1/2 cup and then just eat some protein if I'm still hungry.


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I've just switched over to Gluten free porridge made up of rice and millet flakes. Very textured and interesting. It took ages to eat though but it was very filling. I had about 1/2 a cup.



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My usual serving is 1/2c. cooked. I find it's plenty to fill me up.

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I just LOVE my Steel Cut Oats in the morning... but I've been eating a 3/4 cup cooked portion. I used to eat more... but cut it in half so it would be a reasonable portion.
I can only hold about 1/3 cup in my hand, so I'm eating more than twice a serving??

It seems like so little, to me... Is that right?

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