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Cauliflower

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** Chief WITCH **
#2
'tis fine... (except for anyone in your vicinity!)
 

Maintainer

** Chief WITCH **
#3
if you cook the florets well, and use a fork to break them up, you've got "rice"

<WHERE'S YOUR IMAGINATION!!!>


And with courgettes, use your peeler to get the green off, then keep peeling right down... microwave for 3 mins... you have TAGLIATELLE!

And I still believe in Father Christmas!
 
#4
Jo, you're exactly what people like me need. I have NO imagination when it comes to food on this diet. x
 

anjuschka

Dukan Ancestor!!
#6
Or the grilled (no fat! in the health grill - yum!) aubergine 'lasagne sheets'!!
 
#7
oh ladies, i need you to come live with me. I love lasagne and the cabbage will work wonderfully, especially as cabbage is Millie's favourite food right now (well actually it's chickpeas, but cabbage is No.2) :)
 
#8
bravo!! to you for having such a wonderful child that favours veggies! :) I'm very impressed

also makes it easier when you're cooking if you all have the same thing...plus a few carbs for the none dukaneers :D
 
#9
She's fab with her food. I hope it lasts. The ONLY food I have found that she doesn't like (and I dont mind because she did give it a few go's) is mash!!!!!!!! Little freak :D I did tell her it's the food of the Gods but she just said "dont be silly Mummy!" You cant win 'em all :D
 
#11
Hmm not sure. Knowing me, it was probably super smooth. Mash shouldnt have lumps in my book.
 
#14
ha ha ha my kind of porn LOL

Yeah started Cruise last week. It's weird but I'm loving the little things like cucumber and broccoli.

Are you at home in the day? I dont know if i could do this if I were working. It's so easy to throw something in the oven or cook some eggs at lunch time.
 
#15
Yeah I'm always here :)...if I was working outside the home I'd buy me a BENTO BOX :)...we had a discussion about them week before last... they're like a wide flask with compartments for keeping foods seperate and warm for a good number of hours :)

Then it's all stews/soups/stir fries for those in 9-5...

it can be done...especially if you cook too much the night before...can imagine it'd be less hardwork to use leftovers...

I miss the veggies too and appreciate them so much more these days.... what pattern are you following?
 


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