1000 CALORIE MEALS

1000 CALORIE MEALS : LOW FAT VEGETARIAN DIET.

CALORIES IN DRIED FIG. DRIED FIG


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Made In Nature Organic Dried Mangos, 3-Ounce Bags (Pack of 6)


Made In Nature Organic Dried Mangos, 3-Ounce Bags (Pack of 6)



Sun ripened. Made In Nature is committed to fostering the development of organic agriculture. Our farmer's crops are grown without the use of synthetic pesticides, herbicides or fertilizers. We do no use preservatives to enhance the appearance or extend the shelf life of our products. For this reason, Made In Nature's Dried Fruit may appear to be darker in color or slightly sugared compared to other dried fruit. This simply dried fruit in its natural state, without the use of sulfates or other preservatives. USDA organic. Certified organic by Quality Assurance International. Product of Mexico or Honduras.










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Recipe:

Ingredients

* 24 Dried Figs
* 1/3 cup Honey
* 4 tbsp Orange Juice
* 2 tbsp + 1tsp Lemon Juice
* 2 1/2 cups unbleached flour
* 1/2 tsp Baking Soda
* 1/4 tsp Baking Powder
* 1 tbsp Applesauce
* 1/2 cup Dark Corn Syrup
* 2 Egg Whites
* 1 cup Oat Bran
* Each provides: 44g carbo, 1g fat, 4g protein and 191 calories.


Directions

1. Add figs, honey, orange juice, and 2 tbsp lemon juice to food
2. processor and mix on “chop” until fig bits are finely cut.
3. Set aside.
4. Put all other ingredients (except oat bran) in mixing bowl.
5. Beat with an electric mixer 3 - 4 minutes at medium speed.
6. Add fig mixture and beat until everything blends.
7. Roll 20 - 24 balls and coat with oat bran poured on a plate.
8. Place balls on a pan lightly greased and bake at 350 deg. for 10 minutes, or until they are warm and a bit puffy.
9. Place in a refrigerator to harden.
10. For a crunchier texture, bake 2 - 5 minutes longer, or until dough is
11. thoroughly cooked.













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adj. dri·er (drr) or dry·er, dri·est (drst) or dry·est
1. Free from liquid or moisture: changed to dry clothes.
2. Having or characterized by little or no rain: a dry climate.
3. Marked by the absence of natural or normal moisture: a dry month.
4. Not under water: dry land.
5. Having all the water or liquid drained away, evaporated, or exhausted: a dry river
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Sun Maid Calimyrna Figs, 6-Ounce Bags (Pack of 6)






Stay fresh reclosable zipper. Taste the sunshine! Taste the exceptional, sunny sweetness of Sun-Maid's golden colored California Calimyrna Figs. Sun-dried to perfection in the warm California sun and gathered at peak flavor, each fig is hand selected to ensure only the best fruit is delivered to you. Convenient, high-energy snack; Chop and add to hot or cold cereal; Diced, they make a perfect addition to salads; Dip in melted chocolate for a delicious dessert. Fruits and Vegetables - Eat 5 to 9 a Day For Better Health: Health professionals agree that eating 5 to 9 servings of fruits and vegetables every day can be beneficial to your health. Just a quarter-cup (about 1.5 ounces) of Sun-Maid Calimyrna Figs provides a full serving of fruit. It's a great-tasting way to add more to your diet. So get your 5 to 9 a day fruit and vegetable servings the fast and easy Sun-Maid way.










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CALORIES IN TURKEY CHILI : CALORIES IN


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Calories In Turkey Chili





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Chili Madness: Second Edition


Chili Madness: Second Edition



Beloved chili. Passionate chili. Hot chili . . . and not just because of the chiles. Chili, the star of cook-offs, the obsession of societies, and the subject of endless debate over its proper preparation. Has there ever been a better time to be a chili head? A well-stocked supermarket today carries a variety of fresh and dried chiles, fresh cilantro, myriad dried and canned beans, chipotle powder, and all the makings for sides and salsas, from tortillas in the refrigerator case to organic avocados. Jane Butel's Chili Madness has been praised as "an elegant celebration" (Travel + Leisure) that "chile lovers will love" (New York Post), it's the spicy bestseller with over 330,000 copies in print.

Extensively revised, updated, and expanded, the book will fire up a whole new generation of chili fanatics. Of the 160-plus recipes, more than 130 are brand-new. Here are classics, including Reno Red and Navajo Green and Buzzard’s Breath Chili, as well as newfangled bowls like Moroccan Chili and White Lobster Chili. To accompany the main event are savory breads (Bacon Crumble Cornbread); tempting sidekicks (Hot ’n’ Spicy Okra, Red Hot Sweet Potato Lace); fire-taming salads (Crispy Cilantro Coleslaw); and margaritas, of course. (Six kinds!) Luscious desserts such as Double Chocolate Farmer’s Cakes provide the perfect sweet ending, while chili leftovers are reinvented in crowd-pleasers like Texas-Style Burritos.










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#gghealthkwest Jeff M Kansas City, MO Day 34!




#gghealthkwest Jeff M Kansas City, MO Day 34!





#gghealthkwest Jeff M Kansas City, MO Day 34! What a beautiful day! Slept in, had my check up, and ate some Genghis Grill! Tonight’s bowl had turkey, pepperoni, dragon salt, pepper, granulated garlic, onions, tomatoes, zucchini, snap peas, mushrooms, garlic water, chili garlic sauce, and brown rice. Tasty and only 484 calories. Great way to end my day!











Muscle Bound Turkey Chili




Muscle Bound Turkey Chili





Per Serving approximation: 224 calories, 26 g protein, 17 g carbohydrates, 5 g total fat, 1.5 g saturated fat, 4 g fiber, 130 mg sodium. You can substitute with lean ground beef or lean ground turkey based on your preference. With turkey, your saturated fats will be lower. In this photo, this is the turkey meat used.









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CALORIES TO POUNDS CONVERSION : CALORIES TO


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Pounds Park




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A view taken at Pounds Park Plymouth whilst waiting for any of the numerous little-uns there to lose their shyness. Have a lovely evening my friends...











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one by one
again and again, never rest
it keep on pounding
in silent, in harmony

Photo taken @ Seminyak beach, Bali









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CHEAP LOW CARB FOOD - CARB FOOD


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Cheap Low Carb Food





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Dreamfields - Low Carb Pasta - Elbows -13.3 ounces


Dreamfields - Low Carb Pasta - Elbows -13.3 ounces



Great tasting, healthy pasta... only 5 Net Carbs! Twice the fiber of regular pasta. An authentic pasta that fits into your healthier diet and tastes great, too. DreamfieldsTM Pasta is made from the finest durum wheat semolina to give you delicious old-world taste and an al dente texture for your special pasta recipes. Dreamfields also contains a special fiber called Inulin, that has been shown scientifically to promote digestive health and support a healthy immune system, while enhancing calcium absorption for strong bones and teeth. It's also 65% lower glycemic index than regular pasta. We've carried many low carb pastas, but this is the only one we Italians approve 100%. In our opinion, there's no comparison. Try it, you'll love it!










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Steak and Salad. $6.00 per plate, 6 grams of Carbs




Steak and Salad. $6.00 per plate, 6 grams of Carbs





Broiled Sirloin with Blue Cheese, baby spring greens with Goat Cheese and red bell pepper, Balsamic Vinaigrette
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GUIDE FOR HEALTHY EATING. GUIDE FOR


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Guide For Healthy Eating





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Eating for a Healthy Heart: The How-To Guide


Eating for a Healthy Heart: The How-To Guide



Do you want to learn the secrets to heart-healthy eating with flavor? "Eating for a Healthy Heart: The How-To Guide" compiles all the latest tips and greatest recipe ideas into one easy-to-digest guide. Start on a path to better health and fewer restrictions! This app will identify the bad habits that can lead to heart disease as well as the factors you'll need to consider when choosing which foods to eat. Instead of feeling anxious when you open the fridge, Heather shows you how to enjoy the foods you love and crave while keeping a reasonable balance. You'll learn how to adjust your lifestyle and ordering habits when dining out, and also how to prepare delicious recipes at home, including easy variations on the recipes you already enjoy.

Do you want to learn the secrets to heart-healthy eating with flavor? "Eating for a Healthy Heart: The How-To Guide" compiles all the latest tips and greatest recipe ideas into one easy-to-digest guide. Start on a path to better health and fewer restrictions! This app will identify the bad habits that can lead to heart disease as well as the factors you'll need to consider when choosing which foods to eat. Instead of feeling anxious when you open the fridge, Heather shows you how to enjoy the foods you love and crave while keeping a reasonable balance. You'll learn how to adjust your lifestyle and ordering habits when dining out, and also how to prepare delicious recipes at home, including easy variations on the recipes you already enjoy.










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Have a happy week




Have a happy week





But if you don't know how, here's a practical guide (found somewhere and adapted):

* 1. Smile
* 2. Eat a sprinkled doughnut
* 3. Meditate
* 4. Take a nap
* 5. Go for a walk
* 6. Go to the beach
* 7. Talk to a friend
* 8. Watch your favorite television show
* 9. Write in your journal
* 10. Do yoga
* 11. Go Shopping
* 12. Get a massage
* 13. Take a nap
* 14. Read a book
* 15. Laugh until it hurts
* 16. Give a hug
* 17. Color in a coloring book
* 18. Cuddle with a stuffed animal
* 19. Take a relaxing bath
* 20. Take your mom to the movies
* 21. Celebrate your accomplishments
* 22. Watch the sunrise
* 23. Soak up the sun
* 24. Enjoy a cup of Chai Tea
* 25. Live boldy
* 26. Be grateful
* 27. Volunteer once a month
* 28. Have a spa day
* 29. Love your pet
* 30. Jump rope
* 31. Blow bubbles
* 32. Play a game on your wii
* 33. Eat some dark chocolate pretzel chips
* 34. Do something from your life list
* 35. Have a game night with friends
* 36. Take yourself out to dinner
* 37. Go to the beach
* 38. Enjoy nature
* 39. Jam out to your favorite song
* 40. Clean
* 41. Read your favorite magazine
* 42. Believe in yourself
* 43. Take a time out
* 44. Reconnect with a friend
* 45. Eat your favorite fruit
* 46. Watch your favorite cartoon from childhood
* 47. Go for a swim
* 48. Have breakfast in bed
* 49. Sleep in
* 50. Throw a impromptu theme party
* 51. Write down how you make a difference
* 52. Buy yourself some fresh flowers
* 53. Surprise a loved one with an unexpected card
* 54. Live your life
* 55. Do something wacky
* 56. Play Bop It
* 57. Go for a bike ride
* 58. Go to the zoo or aquarium
* 59. Go midnight skinny dipping
* 60. Take a mental health day from work
* 61. Make a silly video with a friend
* 62. Sing in the shower, loudly
* 63. Drink water over soda
* 64. Make your home feel like a vacation
* 65. Learn something new
* 66. Stop watching the news
* 67. Have a technology free day
* 68. Wear cute underwear
* 69. Decorate your workspace to be fun
* 70. Get an ice cream cone
* 71. Go paperless
* 72. Stop tolerating things
* 73. Give good karma
* 74. Say “I love you” and mean it
* 75. Enjoy a morning or evening ritual
* 76. Wear clothes you really like and are comfortable in
* 77. Remember you are as young as you live your life
* 78. Surround yourself with people who believe in you
* 79. Be Positive
* 80. Watch the rain
* 81. Be yourself
* 82. Don’t gossip
* 83. Play strip Twister
* 84. Have a “date” night
* 85. Get enough sleep
* 86. Go on a picnic
* 87. Make sure you have time for yourself each day
* 88. Build a savings
* 89. Learn life lessons from children’s books
* 90. Treat people how they want to be treated
* 91. Always appreciate first
* 92. Fly a kite
* 93. Take time to relax each day
* 94. Be healthy
* 95. Take responsibility for your life
* 96. Choose to be happy
* 97. Be forgiving
* 98. Stop being your own worse critic
* 99. Celebrate all your birthdays
* 100. Never out yourself last
* 101. Visit my stream :-))












Bill Kaysing's Books To Live By




Bill Kaysing's Books To Live By





The 99 cents A Meal Cookbook is one I've cooked from for last 15 years or so. From it comes the much loved Spanish Rice Pot, lentil nut loaf, the handy for potlucks Chinese Rice Pilaf and the solar oven ready Lima Bean Casserole. Since I'm not inspired by food per se, all my cookbooks have non-food concepts such as cooking for backwoods camping, cooking with only a jack knife or meals that don't need to be cooked to be eaten, but is prepared ahead of time. This book is for penny pinchers and foragers. It emphasizes the use of raw inexpensive ingredients, dried grains and fresh in season fruits and vegetables. It is categorized by the main ingredient. It is mostly vegetarian and is informative about nutrition and overlooked grains that are good for you like millet which is mostly sold as a birdseed.

When I realized that the same author wrote an article for Mother Jones about micro housing, that I refer to a lot, I decided to find out more about him and ordered a used copy of his Freedom Encyclopedia. This is the book I would write if I were going to write a practical guide to living. It was written in the late '80s, but carries a philosophy that reminds me of the books I read in the '70s about how to live self-sufficiently on very little. Bill Kaysing lived such a life, partly nomadic, full of odd jobs, interesting travel for work, while making some money writing. He is famous for being the man who came up with the conspiracy theory about the moon landing being a hoax. But I don't think he's attached to that theory. He wrote it more to prompt people to think for themselves and not trust everything the government tells you.

This book covers life skills that will make it easier to divest yourself of 9 to 5 slavery. He writes about staying healthy, eating for cheap (recipes included) and finding a place to live for cheap which includes lots of scenarios and anecdotes from his travels to consider. And a bit more about building micro housing and the California Mello Act which allows you to build a dwelling on an existing lot without permits. Called a Granny House it must be no bigger than 640 square feet and be occupied by at least one person over 60. Apparently the only organization that has tried to put this into practice are members of Holy Terra Church. There is also a lot about living on a boat which he did at one time in the Bay Area.

Illustrated with photographs and diagrams it is also a vehicle for his life philosophy which shows him to be a compassionate, thoughtful man.









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