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Cauliflower Rice – A Low Carb Substitute for Rice by Low Carb Confidential !. Patient Expert Posted Fri 12 Jul 2013 5:48am It’s obvious to us low carbers that rice is a no-no. I love rice, however, and so does my wife, who does not follow a low carb diet per se, but is looking for ways to cut back on her carbs a bit. I had remembered an old low carber trick I had never tried: using cauliflower as a rice substitute. Cauliflower does not taste like ric ... Read on »
Have You Thought of Cauliflower Flakes as a Substitute for Rice? by Sharadha Sankar Patient Expert Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:02pm This whole blogging activity has got me touch with lots of healthy food-lovers across the globe. Many readers come up with useful tips and suggestions, that has inspired me to research further and try out new stuff. Recently one of my readers, Betty suggested cauliflower flakes as a good substitute for rice. Since cauliflower has a low gly ... Read on »
Mushroom Risotto with Japanese Sushi Rice by Stephanie Chung Posted Wed 04 May 2011 10:32pm I’ve been told numerous times that the key ingredient to an amazing risotto is Arborio rice. Being the frugal me, however, I would not go out to buy Arborio rice just to make one type of food. Thus, risotto rarely, if ever, makes an appearance on my dinner table. However, this weekend this random crazy thought struck me – risotto ge ... Read on »
Raw Rainbow Rice by Diana D. Patient Expert Posted Thu 27 Aug 2009 10:14pm So I may have gone overboard in the produce shopping department again, but what else is new? I blame the Radventures. And the farmer's market is SO good right now. This isn't even everything I bought yesterday--the fruit generally stays at the office, since that's where I eat breakfast, but rest assured that there are some very lovely plums and a ... Read on »
Raw Parsnip Sushi Rice by Gena Patient Expert Posted Wed 21 Sep 2011 9:01pm I’m here today to talk about an unexpected affinity. If you’ve been reading my blog for a while, you’ve probably picked up on the fact that I’m a pretty picky eater. OK, I lie: I’m a very picky eater. Maybe it’s the fact that I love food too much to accept anything less than what I really enjoy; maybe it’s the fact that I write ... Read on »
Rice Dream Organic Rice Milk by Chloe B. Posted Mon 27 Feb 2012 2:00am Last week Rice Dream sent me a sample of their Organic Rice Milk to put to the test, as they know I’ve been on the hunt for the perfect dairy and soy substitute . Rice Milk is something that’s always intrigued me as I’ve never really been sure how it’s made! A quick read of their website explains exactly how Rice Dream make theirs: “ ... Read on »
Creamy Rice Pudding, hold the cream by Rachel R. Patient Expert Posted Sun 17 May 2009 10:05pm I love rice pudding, it is so incredibly soothing and delicious. It’s also very creamy, and it took me some time to get a rice pudding recipe that I thought was creamy enough without using dairy. This is the recipe I’ve been making for a while, and it’s one that my oldest daughter, Mackenzie, will sometimes make on her own. I’m not a fan ... Read on »
Rice, rice, rice, and more rice. by Melanie Patient Expert Posted Wed 01 Apr 2009 2:44pm I will never forget the day in my doctors office, just after I had had a blood test and was there to find out what was wrong with me.  She looked at me and told me she thought I had celiac disease and I couldn't eat wheat, barley or rye.  She looked at me and said, "You can eat rice, rice, rice and more rice".  At that time I did not unde ... Read on »
wannabe chicken and rice soup by cleaneatingchelsey Posted Tue 06 Dec 2011 7:00am I’ve decided I should probably stick to what I’m good at – making soup. Apparently fudge making wasn’t in my cards as shown in last night’s post . But what I am good at is making soup. And to be perfectly frank, I don’t know how many more stories I can come up with about my weekly soups I have been making. Becaus ... Read on »