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 Post subject: Re: Appetite for Reduction
PostPosted: Sun Apr 03, 2011 8:59 pm 
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I haven't looked through all 55 pages of posts in this thread so I apologize if this has been asked, but there is no Carbohydrate information in the nutritional sidebar for any recipes between page 63-70.

In particular I wanted to know the carb value for Scarlet Barley (page 69). Anybody have this?


NEVERMIND! Found the answer to my own question on the errors page here (for the record the # of carbs is 33g): viewtopic.php?f=32&t=3508&hilit=scarlet+barley


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 Post subject: Re: Appetite for Reduction
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It can't be said enough: Buffalo Tempeh is freaking delicious. As was Mac n Trees (I used cauliflower though). Delicious junkfood seeming dinner without actually being junkfood. <3


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For two in a row: love the Zucchini Olive Black Bean Burritos.


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I just made the Black Bean Chili, it was so delicious! I loved how colourful it was from all the vegetables.

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It can't be said enough: Buffalo Tempeh is freaking delicious. As was Mac n Trees (I used cauliflower though). Delicious junkfood seeming dinner without actually being junkfood. <3


Buffalo Tempeh... so true. And with the cool slaw on a sandwich - Blows my freakin mind. Anyone tried the Cauliflower Pesto Soup?


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 Post subject: Re: Appetite for Reduction
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I made the tamarind quinoa last night and I love it - like all of the recipes that I've tried, it has so many layers of flavour.

There was too much liquid in the quinoa, though, when it was finished cooking. I turned the heat up and boiled some off and it was fine. Next time I will start with less liquid.

[I made the tamarind lentils from Vcon to go with it - yum. There is a lot of oil in that recipe but I think you could easily reduce it]


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 Post subject: Re: Appetite for Reduction
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I've started taking this book to bed with me, due to my obsession with my new project:
http://reductionproject.blogspot.com/
I've lost three pounds so far, in less than two weeks since using this cookbook. Yay me!
Tonight we had the spicy potato & corn salad... superb!!!

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 Post subject: Re: Appetite for Reduction
PostPosted: Sat Apr 09, 2011 10:43 am 
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Jules wrote:
I've started taking this book to bed with me, due to my obsession with my new project:
http://reductionproject.blogspot.com/
I've lost three pounds so far, in less than two weeks since using this cookbook. Yay me!
Tonight we had the spicy potato & corn salad... superb!!!


Great blog! And congrats to the weight loss!


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Thank you! I still have a ways to go, however, in terms of losing weight - so I'll take all the encouragement I can get!

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I finally made the 40 clove broccoli and chickpeas. Oh wow oh wow oh wow! I'm not a huge fan of cooked broccoli, but I throw it in the rotation sometimes just because I know it's good for me. But this hardly even tastes like broccoli. And the smell in my kitchen when it was all roasting....mmm.

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 Post subject: Re: Appetite for Reduction
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The boccopots with chickpea piccata are amaaazing!


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I made the cabbage and frozen pea curry last night. I used savoy cabbage and madras curry powder from the Indian store. It was delicious. I ate two servings in one sitting and I've been farting like an old sow all day with all the cabbage, so worth it.


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 Post subject: Re: Appetite for Reduction
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Jules wrote:
I've started taking this book to bed with me, due to my obsession with my new project:
http://reductionproject.blogspot.com/
I've lost three pounds so far, in less than two weeks since using this cookbook. Yay me!
Tonight we had the spicy potato & corn salad... superb!!!


What a sensational blog - your photos are amazing! I look forward to following along.
And hurrah for the weight loss. :)

Last night I made the Smoky Split Pea Soup, the smell of the smoked paprika in it was fantastic. I served it with olive and thyme sourdough and some salad.

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 Post subject: Re: Appetite for Reduction
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The sundried tomato walnut salad dressing is delicious. I did, though, use tomatoes packed in oil. Wince. Sorry.


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 Post subject: Re: Appetite for Reduction
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i broke down and made the Mango BBQ beans with cornbread...It's sooo good. I bought two mangoes so I think i'm going to make it again. When the other mango gets a bit more ripe.


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 Post subject: Re: Appetite for Reduction
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i made spaghetti with cajun beanballs for dinner tonight. i cooked up blackeyed peas from dried last week but obviously not long enough because it was like trying to mash rocks. so i subbed cannellini beans and because i was worried they were going to be all mushy i baked them for an extra ten minutes. perfect. so delicious, i couldve eaten the whole batch. the spaghetti was a bit watery though, i dont know if it was poor drainage or the sauce. either way, would definitely make again but would beef up the pasta with more vegies, maybe some grilled red pepper strips and broccoli.


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 Post subject: Re: Appetite for Reduction
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Bun and I made Tamarind BBQ Tempeh & Sweet Potatoes (p. 159) this weekend and died a little of sheer yumminess. I'm in love with this book!

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 Post subject: Re: Appetite for Reduction
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great photos, Jules! I will totally bookmark your blog tonight when I get home.

I brought AFR to work today so I can go shopping for dinner. I think I might make the Irish Stew with Seitan and Potatoes, but will sub something for the beer because we don't drink alcohol.

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 Post subject: Re: Appetite for Reduction
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Jules wrote:
I've started taking this book to bed with me, due to my obsession with my new project:
http://reductionproject.blogspot.com/
I've lost three pounds so far, in less than two weeks since using this cookbook. Yay me!
Tonight we had the spicy potato & corn salad... superb!!!

Great blog!
I'm doing something very similar. Doing fruit/salad/beans/nuts only for breakfast and lunch and then cooking (usually from AFR) for dinner. I reduce the oil/salt by at least half, kind of weening off of it.
I will definitely follow your blog for inspiration!


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I'd like to make the burgers, but chipotle in adobo is nowhere to be found around here. Any idea what I could use instead?


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wow. so far so, so, SO good. the lotsa veggies lentil soup and the potpie stew were both wonderful and delicious. i've got the seitan in my slow cooker right now, and i'm excited to taste the results.

and, the everyday chickpeas salad? are you kidding me? are you really making me like salad right now?! unbelievable. the balsamic vinaigrette was not my taste, but i happily chowed down that salad for lunch every day for a week with the vcon mustard-maple dressing (modified to contain less oil). i kind of hate eating the same thing for days on end, but this was a happy exception.

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Lunch for this week is Hottie Black Eye Peas (wolfing it down right now). I don't like hot (spicy) food but I read so many good reviews of this from you all that I had to try it! It's not too hot at all. I concur - delicious and super easy. Took me about 20 minutes this morning before work to make a batch for the week. Trying it with mashed potatoes today. It's great!


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 Post subject: Re: Appetite for Reduction
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sneakers wrote:
For two in a row: love the Zucchini Olive Black Bean Burritos.


I made these last night. I am so looking forward to going home and having the leftovers for dinner!


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You know, there are few things more magical and comforting than being able to dive into a huge velvety pile of caulipots with a heap of silky chickpea gravy on top without having the slightest bit of guilt, I discovered tonight. I served them up alongside the blackened broiled tofu and it was a big plate o' happiness. I'm stuffed!


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I went to Barnes n' Noble to buy this book, the didn't have it! I was bummed. I need this book already! Waaaaaah.

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