Starchy vegetable are limited on the Eat to Live diet, but sometimes it can be hard to tell what’s starchy and what’s not. Here’s a list compiled by members of the Eat-2-Live Yahoogroup. Starchy/Limited: beets carrots (cooked) corn parsnips plantains potatoes pumpkin rutabaga salsify sweet potatoes turnips winter squash (butternut, acorn, and other winter varieties) […]
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A description of recipes suitable for the Eat to Live program.
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- Fat-Free Whole Wheat Bread for Bread MachinesI was in graduate school the first time I made bread. Years before I became vegetarian, I was trying on vegetarianism as a weight-loss diet and cooking vegetarian dishes out of a popular cookbook of that era. For some reason, the book’s authors recommended cooking whole wheat bread in 2-quart cans, the kind juice comes […]
- Sweet or Savory Vegan Hearty Hot Pockets (Spelt or Gluten-Free)Maybe the reason I’ve been baking since I was a little girl is that it’s in my blood. I’m sure that’s what my grandmothers would say. And my maternal grandmother would proudly remind me of her brothers, the Marcils, who ran a bakery in the small town back east where my mother grew up. Later, […]