“is porridge good for diet can you eat duck rare”

When I prepare salads ahead of time, the greens (spinach, lettuce, green peppers) become soggy & wilted after just a couple of days & aren’t edible by the 5th day. I have put a paper towel in the bottom of the container to absorb moisture & I use a salad spinner to make sure my greens are dry. Any other suggestions.
My husband and I often crave pakoras, deep-fried fritters from India. I wanted to get the same flavors but use a healthier cooking technique, so I made soup using all the classic spices and our favorite veggie, cauliflower! —Melody Johnson, DePere, Wisconsin
I’ve always cut my spaghetti squash in half along the equator, to speak, and I like the long strands that result. I’ve never tried roasting it as I’m usually throwing it in the microwave as I toss the noodles for everyone else in the pot. Next time I will try roasting it, just putting it in the oven when I start the sauce instead. Thanks! I’ve got half a squash in the fridge right now and I cannot wait to try it roasted!
Okay, so it’s not THAT cold in LA right now but I’m still going to stay home with all these set-and-forget slow cooker soup recipes. Because, guys, do we really need an excuse to warm up to a tomato basil soup with Parmesan cheddar croutons? No, we don’t.
Cut squash in half lengthwise; discard seeds. Place squash halves cut side down in a 13×9-inch baking dish. Add water to measure 1/2-inch deep. Bake at 400 ° for 45 minutes. Turn squash over; bake an additional 15 minutes or until tender; cool. Scrape inside of squash with a fork to remove strands to measure 6 cups. Keep warm.
I know there is an article on making a meal replacement smoothie. I love Beginners Luck smoothie for breakfast/ dinner but it isn’t as filling for lunch. Has anyone figured out the perfect meal replacement add ins?
A million thank-yous for all of the wonderful salad ideas! How did you know I’ve been on a bender with them since the holidays. On my short list of those to try? The Avocado Tuna Salad and Harvest Cobb Salad. Yum!
Do you put the protein on right before you eat the salad or before you store it for the week? Just wondering because I wouldn’t think taco / hambuger meat would taste that great without being heated up right before eating, even if it is very lean meat there is usually always a bit of greasyness to it cold. Looking forward to trying this out.
I plan on making this soup this week and am wondering if anyone has used sweet potatoes instead of regular potatoes? And I will use a tomato paste instead of condensed soup, I try to avoid those! At any rate, the soup looks delicious and I can’t wait to make it!
This is a thick puree of carrots and sweet potatoes garnished with a zesty cranberry topping. Storing and transporting is easy: Place one cup soup, about one tablespoon relish, and 1 1/2 teaspoons parsley in separate containers. To serve, reheat the soup; combine the relish and parsley, and garnish. Crisp breadsticks and a small wedge of sharp cheddar cheese complete the meal.
Bicep-building spinach and almond butter (one of the most potent belly-fat bouncers of the food world) makes this sweet and creamy shake a nutritional powerhouse. And thanks to the addition of pineapple, you won’t taste the leafy greens in your cup in the slightest.
Spinach and spaghetti squash, with evaporated skim milk and light mozzarella cheese, make this quiche a little lighter on the hips than most without sacrificing flavor. Try using any of your favorite vegetables, or serve with a side salad for a complete meal.
This simple, no-cook soup is garnished with delicious orange-infused crabmeat. A vibrant, green-hued bowlful set before a hungry diner will not last long—take our word for it. Although it is intended to be rich and creamy, if the soup seems a little too thick, add 1 to 2 tablespoons more buttermilk.
Frozen peaches, ripe banana, fiber-filled oats, almond milk and protein-packed Greek yogurt deliver a filling breakfast in just three minutes. With 11 grams of protein and 6 grams of fiber, it’ll stave off the mid-morning hangries.

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  1. This is definitely not your mother’s fruit salad. You will love how fresh and crisp everything in this fruit salad is. A cold, thick, steak-sized slice of ripe watermelon pairs unexpectedly well with beautiful, assorted salad greens, salty Cotija cheese, and a smoky vinaigrette. And to enjoy all these flavor sensations, you won’t even have to fire up the grill. You’ll get some additional crunch from your choice of salted pepitas or sunflower seeds—both go great with watermelon. For an added taste sensation, try topping this salad with leftover grilled chicken or beef.
    I wrote to you before and never received a reply!! When you hit the “print” button, the recipe comes out so faint you can hardly read it. It’s not my printer because every other website prints out just fine!! Please look into this and please contact me with an answer. I’m pretty sure I’m not the only one experiencing this problem. I enjoy your site, but find it difficult on this printing problem!!
    This soup is absolutely delicious. I made it exactly as written and it’s wonderful. Perfect comforting yet hearty soup on cold rainy evening. My kids liked it too which is a HUGE bonus. It’s so easy to make, so it’s perfect for weeknights too. Thank you for a wonderful recipe Holly!
    The easiest way to cook spaghetti squash is just to bake it whole. Use a sharp paring knife to pierce the skin a few times all around, bake at 375F for about 60 minutes. That’s it! If you’re short on time, you can microwave the ENTIRE thing for 10-15 minutes and save about 45 minutes.

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