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Lola
Monday, November 19, 2007, 5:56am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Quoted from Alia Vo
Please let us know if you try the recipe using the substitution with pumpkin, Cathy---and how it turned out.

Alia


After I posted that I was going to make apple dumplings with added sweet potatoes, my life was in a whirlwind since.  I had no time to bake until after Christmas.  PLUS, since then I got the GTD book and found out that Apples are an avoid for my husband since he is a hunter.  I guess I could substitute pears for the apples.  Hmmmm.  I have not gone back to work since Christmas since I was hired as a seasonal employee.  Now I have time on my hands and I can go back to my experimental cookings.  
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So, when I found out I was a nonnie, I was thrilled to get tomatoes and jalapenos back in my diet, yay salsa!...but I lost corn.  That's probably the hardest thing for me to let go of.  What good is salsa if you can't dip chips in it?  Has anyone tried making their own chips out of spelt or brown rice tortillas?  Or have they found any chips that are A nonnie friendly?  I was thinking maybe I could have sweet potato chips, but that doesn't go with salsa.  

Thoughts or suggestions?
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sure!
or look at recipe central type in chips, get loads of ideas you can adapt

http://www.amazon.com/gp/produ.....grocery&v=glance
check ingredients for avoids

Sami's millet & flax garlic chips are nice
http://www.samisbakery.com/products/millet-and-flax/
and would really hold up to salsa well.


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I will admit, I haven't read through all of this thread, but are there any recipes, or at least ideas on how to use wakame? It's sitting in my cupboard, not being used. My hubby will NOT eat it, so a large pot os something isn't the best for me. Any ideas???


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ideas on how to use wakame?


http://www.dadamo.com/typebase.....er=abc&header=on


MIfHI                            I follow a SWAMI diet.
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Thnakyou C_Sharp!!! Those look like wonderful recipes!


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