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Old 03-01-2004, 03:52 PM   #1
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Smile Josephs low carb pita bread

Hi guys- just want to let you in on a low carb food I found. Joseph's brand low carb pita pockets. At 1.99 for 6 that's not too bad a price considering the prices of other stuff we buy, low in fact and only 5 ecg in a whole pita! I'm thinking I'm going to try pizza tonight using salsa for my 'tomato' sauce. The also don't taste too bad!
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Old 03-28-2004, 12:38 PM   #2
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dang. I know we don't have stuff like that around here. Thanks for the heads up-I'll keep an eye out for it
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Awesome!!! Im craving a sandwich like you wouldnt believe lol and that would be perfect!
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Default Homemade pita bread

LOW CARB TORTILLA WRAP


This makes an excellent pita/wrap bread with very low carb count. It also makes a good pizza crust as well.

1 cup soy protein isolate
1/2 tsp baking powder
1 Tsp whipping cream
1 cup water (Approx, I add water until soft but not runny)
1 Tsp olive oil
2 Eggs
(no salt or sugar needed, since as a thin pita, it's not dense)

Mix eggs, add cream and oil, add dry mix, add water while mixing until soft mixture with no lumps. I use a hand mixer.

Bake at 350F for 10-12 minutes. Make sure to spread thinly on a well oiled sheet. This can get very thick. I spread very thinly, but avoid making it transparent. This makes it very flexible as a wrap.

This mixture can make about 8-10 pitas, depending on size and thickness.

Total carb: 0.9 g per pita.
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