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post Category: Low carb,Meat Recipes,Vegetarian Recipes — kai @ 11:17 am — post Comments (2)

I’ve mentioned elsewhere that I started this blog to keep track of recipes that I come up with that I want to be able to make again. This curry recipe is one of those. It’s an Indian-style curry with lots of inflammation-reducing (hence, “incredible shrinking”) ingredients like turmeric, ginger and garlic. These ingredients are known to help reduce pain in those suffering from arthritis and fibromyalgia. It’s also super low in carbs and really satisfying.

Ever since I made potato leek soup with cauliflower instead of potatoes, I’ve been dying to try cauliflower with different vegetables to see how it would turn out. I tried asparagus and ended up with a winner! It doesn’t get much better than this- low fat, low carb and delicious!

post Category: Low carb,Vegetarian Recipes — kai @ 5:23 pm — post Comments (4)

This is a delicious Romanian eggplant salad that is amazingly simple and even more delicious. You won’t believe the flavor you get from just three ingredients. The key is in the specific but simple preparation.

post Category: Low carb,Vegetarian Recipes — kai @ 8:45 am — post Comments (0)

I can’t tell you how many times I find myself with a bunch of fresh vegetables and no idea what to do with them. I love to browse the farmer’s market and pick up whatever looks good. The challenge then is how to take those random items and make something good. I turned cauliflower and leek into an amazing soup that I just had to share with you.

I love fresh herbs. Sometimes what would otherwise be a mediocre meal can become really fantastic with just a bit of fresh dill or parsley. A bunch of fresh herbs can be pretty frugal too. You’d be hard pressed to spend more than $1 for a pretty big bunch of something. The only problem is how to use it all up.

post Category: Low carb,Vegetarian Recipes — kai @ 3:48 pm — post Comments (2)

From the title of this post it sounds like I’m going to go on about how I had a bumper crop of summer squash this year. Actually, I own a small, 4th floor condo with a tiny patio so I don’t even attempt to grow vegetables. I do love all types of squash, summer and winter, and am always looking for new ways to use it.