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bushyfox
Bushyfox  (Level: 174.4 - Posts: 2403)
Wed, 6th Aug '08 5:50 AM

TOP 10 FOODS THAT ARE GOOD FOR BOTH LOW-FAT AND LOW-CARB DIETS

Lots of great ideas here!!

http://nutrition.about.com/od/diets/tp/toptendietfoods.htm

I found this at www.about.com
I subscribe to their "Healthy Eating" newsletter.
~Bev


summertime
Summertime  (Level: 111.0 - Posts: 1122)
Wed, 6th Aug '08 5:53 AM

Duly noted Bev!

zeedee
Zeedee  (Level: 224.7 - Posts: 1088)
Wed, 6th Aug '08 10:49 AM

Followed a link to this recipe for "Cauliflower Rice" -- a low-carb substitute dish. http://lowcarbdiets.about.com/od/lowcarbsidedishes/r/caulirice.htm
I thought it sounded interesting.
My sister often uses cauliflower as a sub for mashed potatoes - but my hubby and I didn't think it really worked for that.
I'm going to try the "rice" with some curry. I'll let you know what we think of it.

zeedee
Zeedee  (Level: 224.7 - Posts: 1088)
Wed, 6th Aug '08 11:22 AM

Too impatient to wait to make curry.
So I tried "fried rice."
Scrambled and egg, sliced it up and set it aside.
Chopped the cauliflower into rice-sized pieces, coarsely grated a carrot, sliced up some green onions, minced a clove of garlic.
Heated a tablespoon of oil and threw in all the veggies (I did not pre-cook the cauliflower).
Stir-fried the veggies for a minute, added the egg, and put on a few dashes of soy sauce.

It's not bad! I have the equivalent of one protein and three servings of vegetables for lunch!
Any left-over veg, meat, or fish in the fridge would make a good addition.




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