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Old 11-08-2013, 10:58 AM   #1
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Low Carb Cole Slaw

Here you go Alix. I found this really tasty. No real indication that it's a low anything recipe.


LOW-CARB COLE SLAW

C Mayonnaise
C Sour Cream
1 tsp Apple Cider Vinegar
2 tsp Prepared Mustard
tsp Salt
1 pkt Equal
tsp Celery Seeds
1 Lb Cole Slaw Mix, bagged

Combine the dressing ingredients in a large bowl.

Add the cole slaw mix.

Toss to combine and refrigerate for a couple of hours to overnight to allow flavors to blend.

Serve cold.
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Old 11-08-2013, 11:13 AM   #2
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thanks Andy. This is a keeper.
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Old 11-08-2013, 11:53 AM   #3
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That looks awesome Andy. Thanks!
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Old 11-08-2013, 01:37 PM   #4
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Andy, I am confused. I never thought of cole slaw as being a high carb food. What would you put in a slaw that would make it high carb?
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Andy, I am confused. I never thought of cole slaw as being a high carb food. What would you put in a slaw that would make it high carb?
Sugar.
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Andy, I am confused. I never thought of cole slaw as being a high carb food. What would you put in a slaw that would make it high carb?
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Sugar.
And too much carrot, raisins, apples.
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Sugar.
Thank you.
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And too much carrot, raisins, apples.
I know fruits and some veggies have natural sugars. But Andy's recipe didn't list any of them. It was pretty much just a straight forward slaw.
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I know fruits and some veggies have natural sugars. But Andy's recipe didn't list any of them. It was pretty much just a straight forward slaw.
Yup. I was just answering your question about what carbs might be in coleslaw.
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Yup. I was just answering your question about what carbs might be in coleslaw.
I understand. Thank you. I love fresh fruit, and have to control how much I eat at one sitting. I could sit in the produce section and pig out all day on fresh fruit. Peaches and fresh vine ripened tomatoes are my absolute favorite.

One year when I was working the fair with my 4-H kids, I went into the produce barn and the trucks were just pulling up with their goodies. A peach farmer was unloading and gave me two huge peaches still warm from the sun. One for each hand. They had just been picked less than an hour before. I bit into the first one and the juice was running down my arm. After I ate both of them I brought back the pits and asked if I could trade them in for more. He laughed and gave me four that time. I can still taste those peaches. And my arms are still sticky with peach juice.
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