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roody Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Jan-29-07 09:36 PM
Response to Reply #15
35. Steaming vegetables takes 3 minutes. Since I don't cook much
Edited on Mon Jan-29-07 09:38 PM by roody
it's my favorite. Rice in the rice cooker, beans in the crock pot.
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  -Unhappy Meals - (or, What's wrong with the Modern Diet). - NYT MattSh  Jan-29-07 04:17 AM   #0 
  - thanks for posting this  Qanisqineq   Jan-29-07 04:32 AM   #1 
  - Great article, thanks!  magellan   Jan-29-07 05:05 AM   #2 
  - the key to avoiding HFCS is avoiding processed foods...  cap   Jan-29-07 05:09 AM   #4 
  - That's all very well and good for people who live in houses.  BerryBush   Jan-29-07 05:56 AM   #7 
     - That's my problem -- no space  Patiod   Jan-29-07 09:08 AM   #15 
     - Steaming vegetables takes 3 minutes. Since I don't cook much  roody   Jan-29-07 09:36 PM   #35 
     - For Christmas my sister got me this little gem from tupperware:  magellan   Jan-30-07 03:01 AM   #43 
     - I got a crock-pot in an effort to eat more home-cooked meals  Patiod   Jan-30-07 08:05 AM   #46 
     - buy a crockpot  diane in sf   Jan-29-07 11:59 PM   #38 
     - Not a good excuse  Richard D   Jan-29-07 09:46 AM   #21 
        - Exactly. Even if you're cooking a day ahead  Warpy   Jan-29-07 08:53 PM   #34 
  - Hit the organic section for processed foods.  hedgehog   Jan-29-07 07:39 AM   #14 
  - That's great advice!  magellan   Jan-30-07 02:55 AM   #42 
  - High-sugar diets are time bombs. Your risk of Alzheimer's increases 200%-400% if you are diabetic  Liberty Belle   Jan-29-07 11:48 PM   #37 
  - kick n/t  AZDemDist6   Jan-29-07 05:07 AM   #3 
  - This is a great post!!!!  wake.up.america   Jan-29-07 05:30 AM   #5 
  - Everyone should read and/or bookmark this thread.  Window   Jan-29-07 05:43 AM   #6 
  - cute  dragndust   Jan-29-07 06:17 AM   #8 
  - I liked that line as well!  Iris   Jan-29-07 09:16 AM   #16 
  - And try a colorful diet  C_U_L8R   Jan-29-07 06:34 AM   #9 
  - Excellent article.  yellerpup   Jan-29-07 07:05 AM   #10 
  - This thread from last week was also good  DemReadingDU   Jan-29-07 07:09 AM   #11 
  - Fortunately we have a great series of Greenmarkets in NYC.  Cassandra   Jan-29-07 07:13 AM   #12 
  - Great article! Thanks and welcome!  terip64   Jan-29-07 07:25 AM   #13 
  - Just avoiding processed foods is a great thing. Just buy produce, grains, meat  mondo joe   Jan-29-07 09:18 AM   #17 
  - Food and what is in it is a major issue, but another corresponding shift  Skidmore   Jan-29-07 09:21 AM   #18 
  - Packaged, Processed Foods Sit in My Cupboards  Crisco   Jan-29-07 09:37 AM   #19 
  - K & R..  youthere   Jan-29-07 09:43 AM   #20 
  - A recent book on this topic  MountainLaurel   Jan-29-07 09:47 AM   #22 
  - That IS a wonderful book.  SmokingJacket   Jan-29-07 09:53 AM   #26 
  - "Dont eat anything your great-great-grandmother wouldnt recognize as food."  genevat   Jan-29-07 09:47 AM   #23 
  - And, as my brother sez, don't eat blue food. There's no such  Skidmore   Jan-29-07 09:48 AM   #24 
  - lol - so true.  genevat   Jan-29-07 09:51 AM   #25 
  - Blueberries.  Dora   Jan-29-07 10:01 AM   #28 
  - Blueberries: "Blue on the vine, purple on the plate." --George Carlin  Gidney N Cloyd   Jan-29-07 10:51 AM   #31 
  - Red cabbage...  girl gone mad   Jan-30-07 01:15 AM   #40 
  - Sausage, oatmeal, and whisky.  SmokingJacket   Jan-29-07 09:58 AM   #27 
  - pork sausage, rye bread, cabbage, potatoes, sauerkraut, goose fat  kineneb   Jan-29-07 10:54 AM   #32 
  - Oatmeal, potatoes and skim milk here  hedgehog   Jan-30-07 01:11 PM   #47 
  - Thanks for the link!  progressoid   Jan-29-07 10:10 AM   #29 
  - Thanks! Recommended!  paxmusa   Jan-29-07 10:37 AM   #30 
  - Timely and on-the-mark but I'm not sure about #5 "Pay more, eat less."  KurtNYC   Jan-29-07 06:26 PM   #33 
  - Thank you. Dry beans, rice, grain, granola---  roody   Jan-29-07 09:42 PM   #36 
  - When I Had Soda In The House, Nobody Drank Water!  K8-EEE   Jan-30-07 12:58 AM   #39 
     - It depends - for poor people meat was a treat, not an everyday item.  hedgehog   Jan-30-07 01:13 PM   #48 
  - Grandma and Grandpa exercised a whole LOT more, too!  quantessd   Jan-30-07 02:51 AM   #41 
  - Bravo!  Katherine Brengle   Jan-30-07 03:38 AM   #44 
  - Damn good to see.....  MattSh   Jan-30-07 04:46 AM   #45 
  - Kicked, kicked, kicked.  GoneOffShore   Jan-30-07 08:22 PM   #49 
  - Wow, I missed this thread the first time. Good stuff!  crispini   Jan-30-07 08:31 PM   #50 
 

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