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Old 01-13-2014, 02:11 PM   #121  
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Thanks for the posts with pictures, it helps to see what it will look like.
Some great new ideas. I'm going to try choc fudge this afternoon.
If you like the pics, be sure to check out Recipes from the Rainbow, as well. She was always great at taking step-by-step pics
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Old 01-13-2014, 07:13 PM   #122  
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So many different ideas - using the IP foods currently and with all the variations, you can't get bored with eating the same thing.
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today's addition is an old standby with an update


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Old 03-19-2014, 09:23 AM   #124  
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This should solve the debate for good over what color bell peppers we can have. All of them!!!

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Old 03-20-2014, 12:29 PM   #125  
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Yum! Can't wait to go home and cook dinner. Those potato pancakes look great!
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Thanks! These are great tips!
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Just discovered this thread... Yea!
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THESE ARE SO AWESOME! Thank you so much for taking the time to post all these! I am just getting started so the max amount of help I can get will only help me succeed even more!
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I guess every center/coach is different. My coach told me no onions during phase 1 :-( but I am still going to try the big mac in a bowl without them.
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I guess every center/coach is different. My coach told me no onions during phase 1 :-( but I am still going to try the big mac in a bowl without them.
Your coach is mistaken.
Onions are on the select veggie list (raw only) on the P1 sheet
Raw is how to use them in he Big Mac Bowl
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One of my favorite IP summer salads. Was just thinking of making this the other day.



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Just wondering... doesn't the dill relish have a lot of sugar in it? I have always added chopped dill pickles to my potato/cauli salad but just never considered the relish.
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Sweet relish does. There is also unsweetened dill relish. Probably pretty much just chopped up dill pickles.

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