Posts Tagged by low carb

Recipe Remake – Low Carb Cole Slaw

I love coleslaw! The slight sweet but tangy dressing goes so well with the crunchy texture of the cabbage and carrots. What I don’t like about store bought coleslaw is the amount of sugar in their dressing. I made due with store bought because I always thought that making it myself would be a pain. Since I’m trying to avoid added sugars whenever possible I thought perhaps I should give this at least one try. […] read more

Podcast Episode 3 – Pasta Replacements

Welcome to the Remake My Plate podcast – episode 3. This one covers some easy pasta replacements including how to prepare them and even some great freezer tips. Show Notes: – Reasons why you might want to replace pasta – Spaghetti squash: easp prep tips, nutritional stats, freezer tips – Zucchini: easp prep tips, nutritional stats – Other veggies pasta replacements – Shirataki Noodles: difference between shirataki noodles and those containing tofu – Shirataki prep […] read more

Low Carb Pasta Replacements

Imagine going to college for a degree in nutrition with plans on becoming a registered dietitian. Now imagine, when discussions on various diets come up, that you talk about low carb (that’s LOW not NO carb) or paleo. Think of all the dirty looks you might get, the eye rolling, the comments about how completely unhealthy it is to follow either one of these diets/ways of eating and then imagine what is said when you […] read more

Homemade Tomato Sauce With Sausage

When it comes to spaghetti sauce people often turn to store bought jars to help them make a quick, easy meal. Have you ever really looked at the ingredients in the store bought stuff? I mean really looked at it? You would probably expect to find ingredients such as tomatoes (puree and/or paste), water and spices such as garlic and onion. When I grabbed three random jars off of the grocery store shelves I found […] read more

Homemade Reduced Carb Barbeque Sauce

Don’t like weather in New England? Not a problem. Give it a few hours and it will change completely. The usual rainy spring weather last year that generally runs from March until April ended up lasting until the end of July. This year we’ve had summer like weather since the beginning of May. Someday the temperatures have made it up into the 80’s. With weather like this it’s time to get grilling! We’ve already been […] read more

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