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Vegetable Salad Recipes * Easy Healthy Recipes * Chopped Green Salad Recipe & Fat Free Dressing by Healthy Living .. Patient Expert Posted Mon 16 Nov 2009 10:00pm 1 Comment Raw Food Weight Loss * Raw Food Diet Menu * Low Fat Low Calorie Salad Dressing Recipe * Healthy Summer Salad Recipes * ❤ Hearty ‘n’ Healthy Chopped Green Super Salad with Herbal Fat Free Salad Dre… Read on »
Yummy Kale Salad Recipe – High fiber, low calorie, low carb, You’ll be see through in no time by Adria A. Posted Wed 19 Jun 2013 12:00am   If you haven’t already tried kale salad then your definitely missing out.   Originally I thought it sounded horrible.  However, I noticed that my bother could eat a whole pint from Gelson’s market and he seemed to be enjoying every bite!    At the time he wasn’t really a health nut so I f ... Read on »
How to Create Elegant Salad Recipes by Following 4 Simple Rules by Tera W. Patient Expert Posted Sat 08 Aug 2009 11:28pm 1 Comment This article was contributed by Omid Jaffari, an accomplished raw food chef who is living in Japan. He will be our special guest for a series of workshops and seminars we’ll be hosting in Montreal this September. For more information about attending these workshops, please contact Ildiko at RawinMontreal.com or email her here: info (at) rawinmont ... Read on »
Warm Portobello Mushroom Wrap: Low Calorie and Low Carb by Easy Skinny Life Posted Sun 22 Jan 2012 1:43pm I’m not often satisfied eating plain, cold vegetable wraps.  It’s usually why restaurants add fatty creamy dressing or too much cheese to so-called “healthy vegetable wraps” to give it a little substance, flavor and moisture.  Plus at restaurants, you typically receive a refined flour tortilla with too many calories, salt, and additives all rol ... Read on »
Tomato Soup with Pancetta (& a Grilled Cheese): Comfort Food for Souper (Soup, Salad & Sammie) Sundays by DebinHawaii Posted Sun 30 Jan 2011 5:45pm After partaking of Melt , (a fairly new food truck here in Hawaii that offers variations of grilled cheese sandwiches and a daily soup for dipping) a few weeks ago, I have had grilled cheese and tomato soup on the brain ever since. Bacon Melt & Tomato Soup (with pickled veggies) from Melt Enter the fact that it ... Read on »
A Low Calorie Chef Salad with Farm Fresh Eggs, Sliced Herbed Turkey and Crumbled Farmer Cheese and Results from Last Week's Poll by Dawn H. Posted Sat 26 Mar 2011 2:06pm My soon to be world famous Chef Salad with Farm Fresh Eggs, Sliced Herbed Turkey and Crumbled Farmer Cheese.  Here is a photo to entice you to scroll down to the recipe. Thanks to those who participated in last week's poll.  Here are the poll results for the question; Would you join a CSA/Farm Share? Yes! I belong to a CSA and love it ... Read on »
Asian Corn Soup: Light, Healthy and Flavorful for Souper (Soup, Salad & Sammie) Sundays by DebinHawaii Posted Sun 03 Apr 2011 7:10pm Even living in a climate where it is warm all year round, spring brings the feeling of wanting to lighten up. For me, in addition to healthier food and cooking it has meant doing little projects around the house like trying to sort and purge some of my stacks of food magazines that have been sitting around for far too long. I'd like to keep the ... Read on »
How to Tweak a Low Carb Diet to Achieve Success by Vickie Patient Expert Posted Mon 05 Mar 2012 12:44pm I’ve received a few questions lately asking me how I managed to make a low carb diet work so well for me. These questions are coming from individuals who have tried The Atkins Diet, as written, but have not found it to work as promised. With all of the various Atkins' diets to choose from – Atkins ‘72, Atkins ‘92, Atkins ’99, Atkins 2002, and t ... Read on »
Side Salads by Camilla S. Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Tue 01 Apr 2008 11:47am 2 Comments “To make a good salad is to be a brilliant diplomatist -- the problem is entirely the same in both cases. To know exactly how much oil one must put with one's vinegar.” -- Oscar Wilde Tired of eating the same old chopped romaine with a squirt of low-calorie ranch? Then don't. It’s time to re-think side-salads as dinner stars, not sad associa ... Read on »
Three Ways to Make Recipes Weight Watchers Friendly by Martha M. Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 29 Jul 2013 5:22am As I was taking my walk with my dog Francie this morning, it occurred to me that there are essentially three ways to make recipes more friendly for Weight Watchers. As soon as I got home, I decided to jot my thoughts down here in a post before they evaporated from my short-term memory and were lost forever… Vegetable Stuffed Potato ... Read on »