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twobabiesinnc
12-10-2011, 12:37 AM
I purchased the cook book and I am looking at the recipes on this site and most, if not all of the recipes require putting in an HNS.

I really don't want to cook like that because I have children.
Then what happens when we are off the HNS?

How do you cook without the HNS?

Of course, other than chicken, cheese, salad, and veggies, oh and eggs.


teacherlady79
12-10-2011, 01:03 AM
I purchased the cook book and I am looking at the recipes on this site and most, if not all of the recipes require putting in an HNS.

I really don't want to cook like that because I have children.
Then what happens when we are off the HNS?

How do you cook without the HNS?

Of course, other than chicken, cheese, salad, and veggies, oh and eggs.

I actually did very little cooking with the supplements. I think the only supplement I used (other than the drinks) was the tomato basil soup mix.

Instead of the chicken boullion they sold, I occasionally used unsalted chicken stock (I used Kitchen basics brand). Other than that, I generally didn't use most of the recipes or the soup mixes.

camaswa
12-10-2011, 06:11 PM
I did not care for most of those recipes with HNSs. After the first couple weeks, I never tried another. I wish I hadnt gotten the cookbook. If i were you I would start now looking for other ones that use the low-carb, permitted foods, so you can be learning a new way of cooking/eating that will make maintenance easier. For the most part, it is a great way to eat. Good luck. And check Patzi's posts.