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Old 02-11-2008, 11:46 AM   #21
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Just remembered - a lot of this this food blog is dedicated to South Beach diet (low-carb) recipes, and they look and sound great: Kalyn's Kitchen

btw, salmon poached in white wine and water with lemon, peppercorns and tarragon is wonderful.

HTH.
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Old 02-11-2008, 12:15 PM   #22
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There's a magazine called Cooking Light that I subscribe to. I think they're having a free 2 issue trial going on. There's lots of great recipes there.
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Old 02-11-2008, 01:41 PM   #23
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There's a magazine called Cooking Light that I subscribe to. I think they're having a free 2 issue trial going on. There's lots of great recipes there.
I'm a huge fan of CL. Have the Mastercook program on my puter for years. You can add your own recipies, & see a breakdown of numbers. Visit their website.

I try to eat salads, veggies & fruit, as often as I can & use fresh seasonal ingreds. Lay off the heavy sauces, deep fried foods & adding tons of cheese, scale down on bread with every meal. When you food shop, look at the foods in the outside parameters of the market - i.e. produce, fresh fruit & veggies, seafood - rather than the inside food aisles. Read, read, read the labels. Use fresh herbs to season food & grill or broil w citrus juice whenever possible. Avoid impulse buying - particularly in the check-out line - candy etc. And, diet soda will put on the weight, faster than you can imagine.
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Old 02-20-2008, 01:16 PM   #24
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Good luck on your attempts to eat a more healthy diet. Sure, it's more difficult, but the rewards are great! If you still want to bake some goodies, but want to make them fit better into your plan, you can try these healthy baking tips: http://jinxyknowsbest.blogspot.com/2008/02/healthy-baking-tips-replacements.html
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