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Crackers by Heather Hands, RD Posted Tue 10 Aug 2010 12:00am Kashi Toasted Asiago I often have a hard time in the grocery store finding a good cracker.  Take me to the chips aisle, and that's a different story.  I always find myself staring at the neatly lined boxes staring back at me, triscuits, saltines, rice crackers.  It's not that those crackers aren't tasty, because they ar ... Read on »
Loving Food Isn't Always Easy by Ali Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Sat 02 Jan 2010 11:48am From the second my 'lil miracle was welcomed in to the world, food consumption has been a topic of great interest. Of course, as if having a baby with a terminal condition wasn't quite enough, knowing the hows, when, and whats of feeding time just makes it that much more of an adventure! The beginning was a little shaky, only because I was t ... Read on »
New (to me) Product Reviews by Marci G. Posted Wed 23 Jun 2010 12:00am i’ve been trying new products, all for you! Here are a few reviews of some foods I’ve tried lately. If you have your own opinion, leave it in the comments! Lucy’s Cookies –I saw this on the shelf at the grocery store while looking for a new cookie. I thought the packaging was pretty so I bought Chocolate Chip and decided to try it bec ... Read on »
Back from My Blogging Hiatus by Posted Tue 17 Mar 2009 12:00am I’ve had a pretty bad week. I’ve been feeling sad, blah and overwhelmed. So, I needed to take some time off from blogging because I wouldn’t have been very good company this past week. Due to economic circumstances, our biggest sponsor is closing at the end of this month, forcing us to replace them on 10 days notice. Not a huge deal, but ... Read on »
TGIT….. by Krys Kagan Posted Thu 14 Oct 2010 8:31am Thank goodness it’s Thursday.  It has been a long and tiresome week. Oy!  Boogie was sick off and on for 4 days over the weekend and late last week.  Poor kid had the projectile barfing stomach bug.  Fingers crossed it doesn’t hit little brother.  Boogie was excited about the unlimited supply of Gatorade he got to drink.  Normally, it’s diluted ... Read on »
No Fish, Still Delish! by TheSmartCook Posted Fri 16 Jul 2010 9:44am I must begin this post with two (almost three) anecdotes that I will try to keep as brief and interesting as possible. The recipe at the end is worth it, I promise! :) See? Isn't it pretty? 1. A few Christmases ago, my stepmom, Faye, came up with the fabulous idea to have a tapas-style Christmas Day meal plan, where each of us (all ... Read on »
Cheese Crisps - about a 1/2 carb each by Big Daddy D. Patient Expert Posted Wed 27 Jan 2010 7:38am Last night, I was experimenting with making cheese crisps.  These are snacks similar to crackers or tortilla chips  made out of cheese.  They're quite simple to make.  I tried three kinds last night:  American cheese (the real stuff, not cheese "food"), cheddar cheese, and pepper jack cheese "food".   The American cheese slices I cut into 16 squa ... Read on »
3 Recovery Miles Tastes Delicious, Like Pureed Broccoli Dip by Will Run For Glitter Posted Thu 10 May 2012 1:04pm So here’s the breakdown of my current health standings. Energy: Well, I slept through the night – again. And after 4 days of total rest, I think my fever is gone and my body is finally making it’s way back to “normal,” or whatever that is. At any rate, I don’t feel like falling back asleep immediately after getting out of bed, which is a bi ... Read on »
Food News 10 by Kimberly H. Patient Expert Posted Thu 18 Jun 2009 1:47pm So, what sounds like fun when you're in the middle of day 3 of a big nasty war against nausea? Oh yeah... lets list out some food products that are deemed to be healthy by the people over at Eat This, Not That. While I try to collect myself today, enjoy this list of The Best Packaged Lunches: Best Ramen Nissin Choice Ramen Slow ... Read on »
Research shows trans fats cau ... by John R. Posted Mon 02 Jan 2012 7:53am Research shows trans fats cause brain damage? Journal abstract follows the popular article below. It is a fairly sophisticated study of a small group of very elderly ladies but to some extent its sophistication is its undoing. It relies on a factor analysis of blood chemicals and finds that a weak third factor correlates with "less favorabl ... Read on »