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    green tea pasta

    gluten free, and low sodium.

    I just want to float.

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    Banana and almond bread.

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    Wow, people are talented here.

    Going to make sauteed rice, onions, beans, and tomatoes, with lime squeezed in. Making chicken, broccoli, and carrots as a salad-ish thing next to it? Not sure what to do with the chicken yet.

    I had a great salad today (storebought), and decided I want to make more salads at home, too.
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    Raw Chocolate Coconut Balls Of Fury!

    Raw Cacao Powder (Or regular Cocoa Powder)
    Almond Flour
    Coffee (Optional. If not using coffee, use other liquid until dough consistency)
    Raw Organic Coconut Palm Sugar (Or some other type of sweetener)
    Big Oats
    Shredded Coconut, unsweetened

    Mix all ingredients except coconut. Roll them into balls, and then roll them in coconut. Put them in a container and pop them in the freezer. Ready to JUNKFEST in 5 - 10 minutes. BALL POWER.

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    I made bacon ranch dip, which really isn't cooking all it is takiing the ranch powder, sour cream, bacon bits, and cheese and stirring it together. not complicated in the least but still delicious
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    Blackened salmon and a Caesar salad.. with a glass of wine.
    "It is not length of life, but depth of life." ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lux View Post
    Blackened salmon and a Caesar salad.. with a glass of wine.
    That's racist! :footballreferee:
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    Quote Originally Posted by phobik View Post
    That's racist! :footballreferee:
    No! Not in real life it's not!!!
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    Steak, baked sweet potato, steamed broccoli & carrot
    Salad: lettuce, tomato, corn, goji berries, nuts, raisins
    seasoned with olive oil and balsamic vinegar
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    Raw zucchini alfredo with marinated mushrooms (think I posted recipe for this already). I warmed the alfredo and mushrooms up in the dehydrator for 30 minutes prior to eating. I typically warm up my food whenever I have the time in the dehydrator. I like the comfort of eating slightly warm, softened food.

    Hippie salad. A mix of shaved carrot, romaine lettuce, spinach, orange, mung bean sprouts, and dulse flakes with a dressing of macadamia nuts, orange zest, orange juice, cumin, and cayenne.

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