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    Guess I'm just not one to be into "what's fun about cooking". Glad it all worked out for you!
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    Green Bean Chips...

    I just bought some Green Bean Chips at a "country/Amish" store -- have you tried them or anything like it? They look just like the green beans they are, only fried crunchy - the ingredients are: green beans, non-hydrogenated canola oil, dextrin, salt. That's it.

    How strange to eat green beans like chips - but I'm liking it!

    Attention Nutritionists....is this really a better choice for junk food than potato chips? I'd love to think so, but I've been fooled before. If it's fried does it HAVE to be bad?


    By the way.....at $11.79 per pound they'd better be good for me!
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    Just revisited the Subway to see if that Veggie Delite was a fluke, or what. It Was As Good As I Thought!!!! Somebody go find my granny, 'cause I need to slap her!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by prhoshay View Post
    Just revisited the Subway to see if that Veggie Delite was a fluke, or what. It Was As Good As I Thought!!!! Somebody go find my granny, 'cause I need to slap her!!!!!
    That's what I always get at Subway - love them!
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    I need recommendations on bread. I am waaaay over wheat bread, and I want to know what else it good; I remember when Roman Meal used to be a real treat, but it's strictly wheat now. I do like dark breads, but I'd prefer suggestions before I jump out there and get stuck with something I don't like. Should I try Panera? I just want something good. I am not a bread-head, so I am limited. Some of you bread fanatics out there, !!
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    Have you tried Ezekiel bread? It's in the freezer at our store and places like Trader Joe's have it, too. It's flourless - sprouted grains. Thomas's makes a cornmeal bread that's crazy good, but I haven't been able to find it lately.
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    Shay,

    I find Panera bread to taste really processed and not at all good, IMO.
    I've tried Ezekiel. It's very healthy, but I found it too sprouty and wheaty for my liking.
    I still think Milton's Original is one of the best. Really tasty, filling and quite healthy. But, what I really like about it is that it doesn't taste that way. it just tastes good!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SugarMama View Post
    That's what I always get at Subway - love them!
    That is pretty much all I get when I go there. I can eat a footlong and if I get no cheese and low fat mayo, the calories aren't bad for a good lunch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gutmutter View Post
    Have you tried Ezekiel bread? It's in the freezer at our store and places like Trader Joe's have it, too. It's flourless - sprouted grains. Thomas's makes a cornmeal bread that's crazy good, but I haven't been able to find it lately.
    I have wanted to try Ezekiel bread. Maybe I will give it a try and see if I like it. I usually do like things like that. I wonder the sodium levels.... I am watching my salt.
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    Sure wish you were close to me so we could split a loaf!

    I see Milton's Original is at Sam's Club, TJs, and Whole Foods!
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