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  • Rice And Egg Casserole from uhannigan in PA.
    This is a great way to use leftover rice, and it makes a special weekend breakfast or lunch. It is also very adaptable--you can ...
  • Baked Corn from uhannigan in PA.
    A wonderful but very easy dish for guests or special occasions. Adapted from a recipe published in Penzey's One magazine and sub...
  • Homemade Muselix from uhannigan in PA.
    This is my favorite kind of cereal. It has a wonderful creamy texture, even though it isn't cooked, and is sweet without extra sw...
  • Faux Chicken Corn Soup from uhannigan in PA.
    This is an ovo-lacto vegetarian adaptation of a childhood favorite that I hadn't tasted for about 45 years. It is a PA Dutch sta...
  • Pressed Salad from uhannigan in PA.
    A traditional macrobiotic dish that is very low in calories, very high in nutrition, and especially excellent for anyone who has t...
  • Udon With Fresh Shiitakes from uhannigan in PA.
    My favorite food at the moment. Healthy and yummy at the same time. Ingredient amounts are very flexible--sorry to be guessing, ...
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  • NPMarie 1 month ago about Rice And Egg Casserole Flag
  • AuntM 1 year ago about Udon With Fresh Shiitakes
    Heading to the store for udon! Now if I could just persuade the I Like It button to work...!
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  • blondeberry 2 years ago
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  • justjakesmom 4 years ago about Rice And Egg Casserole
    Kinda like a mexican quiche, huh? I would think you
    would need to add a little milk to the eggs (if you're not
    using Egg Beaters, right?) Sounds good, though.
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  • lilliancooks 4 years ago about Rice And Egg Casserole
    Okay...I made this for dinner tonight and it was very good!!! The only change I made was to use yellow onion instead of green...I didn't have any green. I used brown rice and regular eggs. By the way...1 1/2 cups of eggs = 6 large eggs. I love the layering of rice, eggs and cheese! This was very flavorful and had a nice amount of heat from all the spicy ingredients! I'll be making this often! I added my photo.
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  • lilliancooks 4 years ago about Rice And Egg Casserole
    This sound like a great breakfast or brunch recipe! Or maybe even as a dinner...I've been doing breakfast for dinner lately and I'm always looking for new ideas!
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  • marymoonmamma 5 years ago
    I am a gourmet vegetarian cook who LOVES exotic tastes and spices. I am currently working on my first cookbook and love to share. I ADORE finding unusual ingredients and experimenting on "traditional" recipes to amend them for vegetarians, vegan and whole foodists. I am constantly on the lookout yummy ways to replace dairy and animal flesh. Give me a recipe and I can make it nutritious and body friendly!
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  • falafel_fanatic 5 years ago
    They are delicious (Arabic almond pancakes) let me know when you try them!
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  • falafel_fanatic 5 years ago
    Any size tortilla will do but I use the largest ones available because I prefer the larger sized samosas. I used Azteca or Mission because they have the best flavour. :-)
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  • shirleyoma 5 years ago
    Thank you for the nice comment on my recipes.... many hugsssss
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  • mystic_river1 5 years ago
    Q) Will Stevia raise my blood sugar levels?

    A) Not at all. In fact, according to some research, it may actually lower blood sugar levels. However, this research has yet to be confirmed and contradictory results make any conclusions premature.

    Q) Can I use Stevia if I am diabetic?

    A) Diabetes is a medical condition which should be monitored and treated by a qualified physician or health care practitioner. However, Stevia can be a part of a healthy diet for anyone with blood sugar problems since it does not raise blood sugar levels. If in doubt, ask your doctor. However, if they do say no, ask them politely for the current research to support their opinion.


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  • mystic_river1 5 years ago
    Hi my friend. I do not know if Stevia is ok for diabetics. You can go on the website and check it out. I will check also.
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  • lincolntoot 5 years ago
    Hi and thanks for being my new cooking buddy-many recipes to share!
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  • shandalulu 5 years ago
    Thank you! (:
    I think yours sounds fantastic.
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  • boofie 5 years ago
    I'm absolutely horrible at keeping up with networking sites. I have so many recipes to add since I've been gone so long! I'll try to post a few a day until I catch up, and if my camera ever wants to fix itself I can get some pics up too!

    Enjoy!
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