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Old 09-21-2012, 07:16 PM   #346  
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nope, didn't open for me either!
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Old 09-21-2012, 07:22 PM   #347  
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Hi Molly - I couldn't get the link to open. Darn!! Would love to have it. Can anyone else open it?


Try this one. The last one looks like it's missing something. I'm just figuring this out now.

https://docs.google.com/open?id=0BwW...URKU1JkMkdIMFk

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Old 09-21-2012, 07:24 PM   #348  
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Molly that looks great!!
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Awesome doc, Molly. Thanks!!
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Try this one. The last one looks like it's missing something. I'm just figuring this out now.

https://docs.google.com/open?id=0BwW...URKU1JkMkdIMFk
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The latest version of Rainbow's Recipes is now out there.

Here's the link for those who might have missed it.

https://docs.google.com/open?id=0BwW...URKU1JkMkdIMFk

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Made the wildberry yogurt cookies today and I think they may be my fave packet hack of all time! Soooooooo good, even without the lemon icing and despite the fact that they didn't turn out like Rainbow's.

Thanks again!
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Yay Molly , thanks!
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We can't let Rainbow's fabulous thread move to page 2 while she's out running her marathon, so this will bump it up.

Please check out the recipe book and provide me constructive feedback to make it even better.

https://docs.google.com/file/d/0BwWd...JkMkdIMFk/edit

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Run Like The Wind Rainbow!!!!
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I would love to try this, but I am the polar opposite of you - I am cooking illiterate!!

Is it possible to make this mayo without the Magic Bullet? I have a good blender - could I just use that?

And please explain the egg white/egg yolk thing - I've never cooked an egg in my life and no I'm not kidding. Could you use egg whites from a carton instead?

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first off let me say i have never in my life made homemade mayonnaise!!...that is until....today!! OMG....how easy was that!!! i will never buy store bought mayo again!!!



it was super easy to make using my little magic bullet!! its thick, creamy and best of all, all natural!!! here is the simple recipe!!

    Use the flat blade blender of your Magic Bullet. Add in the egg white, the yolk, 1 TBSP oil, the lemon juice, mustard and salt...remember to only add 1 tbsp oil at this time.
    Pulse quickly for 4-5 short pulses...and you will see it start to whiten and come together, then pulse for 10 secs....wait a few seconds and pulse again for 10 secs.....then add your last TBSP oil, and repeat above....pulsing for only 10 seconds at a time, until thick and creamy!!!! AMAZING!!!!!!!! you now have mayo!!! if you like sweet mayo like miracle whip you can add some stevia or splenda to taste but i did not.

    this made 6 TBSP mayo...which can keep in the fridge in an air tight container for 2 weeks.
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    I would love to try this, but I am the polar opposite of you - I am cooking illiterate!!

    Is it possible to make this mayo without the Magic Bullet? I have a good blender - could I just use that?

    And please explain the egg white/egg yolk thing - I've never cooked an egg in my life and no I'm not kidding. Could you use egg whites from a carton instead?

    THANK YOU!!!
    You can make mayo in a regular blender. My mom used to do it all the time when I was a kid. As to the eggs: you could use egg whites from a carton but then where would you get the yolk? Separating an egg is not so hard. Just crack it and hold one half of the egg shell upright so that it holds the yolk and the whites wil spill over the top. If you have troble with that method you can always just crack the egg into your hand and let the whites flow through your fingers while the yolk stays in your hand. Hope that helps.
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    The latest version of Rainbow's Recipes is now out there.

    Here's the link for those who might have missed it.

    https://docs.google.com/open?id=0BwW...URKU1JkMkdIMFk

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    Thanks Molly! this is just what I needed!
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    Try this one. The last one looks like it's missing something. I'm just figuring this out now.

    https://docs.google.com/open?id=0BwW...URKU1JkMkdIMFk
    Thank You, Molly!! This is great!
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    Old 09-24-2012, 08:31 PM   #360  
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    FRiED PATTYPAN SQUASH



    ONION RINGS???? CLOSE!!!

    I CANNOT EVEN BEGIN TO TELL YOU HOW DELICIOUS
    THESE ARE!!! CRUNCHY, CRISPY AND TASTES ALMOST
    LIKE ONION RINGS!!!!




    ok....so read this DISCLAIMER!!! ASK YOUR OWN COACH IF YOU CAN HAVE PATTYPAN SQUASH!!!

    nutritional values:


    information from : livestrong
    http://www.livestrong.com/thedailypl...ttypan-squash/

    i have never before cooked or even tasted a patty pan squash!!
    so imagine my delight when i found a white one at the farmers market!!





    this is what a white pattypan squash looks like!!



    first i peeled the bottom and cut off one edge
    so it would stand up



    to make it easier to slice



    i slice about 1/4 inch thick slices, then popped out the seeds



    i found this recipe....as my inspiration...
    http://www.newlyweds-blog.com/2010/0...ty-pan-squash/

    so for the "cornmeal" coating....i used a combination...
    i used IP southwest puffs, IP cheddar crisps, Kay's Naturals - Sweet BBQ Snack Mix (https://www.nashuanutrition.com/stor...mix-1-bag.html) and Snackergy Potato Zippers (https://www.nashuanutrition.com/stor...ppers-bbq.html)

    the reason i used this combination is that, i like a variety in my
    snacks...so i open 1 of each of these bags, mix them all together
    and then divided into 4 bags!! so 1 bag counts as my 1 restricted.

    you can easily used any "breading" of your choice...
    all southwest puffs, or a mixture etc.



    i crushed the bag of crisps...and added to a bowl, along with some
    salt, pepper and 1 TBSP dried shallots and 1 TBSP soy parmesan cheese.
    OMIT the soy parmesan cheese if you like, no problem.

    then in another bowl, i used better than eggs, egg substitute
    about 1/4 cup

    dip your pattypan slices into the egg



    and then into the crumbs
    and pan fry in 2 tsp olive oil





    these are big slices!!



    YUM!!!!!



    WANNABiTE??????????
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