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Shallots Cooking and Substitutions
Many low carb and healthy cooking recipes call for the use of shallots. Just what are shallots? What are their nutritional recipes? How do you substitute for them?
Easy Microwave Indian Palak Spinach Recipe
I love palak paneer, an Indian dish that features spinach and cheese. When I need a quick microwave meal, I create this easy dish that approximates some of the flavors while only taking a minute or two.
Biggest Loser Quick & Easy Cookbook
The Biggest Loser Quick & Easy Cookbook claims to have a wealth of healthy recipes which are quick and easy to make. Simple, yes? Does this book hold up its claim?
Ginger Salad Dressing Recipe
Ginger Salad Dressing is a great way to liven up any salad. The ingredients are fresh and nutritious, and the taste is great! It blends in about 30 seconds.
Coriander / Cilantro
Coriander and cilantro are the same plant! In the US the leaves are called cilantro, which is the Spanish name for the planet. In most of the world, both leaves and seeds are called coriander in English.
Valentine's Day on Low Carb
You might think that Valentine's Day is about not eating healthily. Far from the truth! Some of the most romantic, elegant meals and desserts are very good for you. Toss out the cheap chocolates! Go for a better solution!
Newman's Own Salsa
Sometimes it's important for a healthy snack to be quick and easy. Newman's Own Salsa lets you grab a jar off a shelf, twist the lid, and instantly have food ready. Newman's Own Salsa is tasty and healthy.
Shinsyu-ichi Instant Miso Soup
If you're looking to eat healthy, one of your most important weapons is having quick, easy to make food that is filling. Shinsyu-ichi Instant Miso Soup fits those criteria - and it's tasty.
Butter Carbs and Nutrition
For a while nutritionists told us not to eat butter. Then they reversed and told us to avoid margarine at all costs. What is butter? What is its nutrition and carbs? Read on to learn what you need to know!
Soluble vs Insoluble Fiber
Fiber is technically a carbohydrate - but it is not absorbed by your body. That means it's great to eat both soluble and insoluble fiber to keep your system working smoothly. What are the differences between the two?
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