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    Sorry ladies this won't inspire you to be healthy!!

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    Waffles with ice cream (for breakfast!!!) banana and maple syrup. Eeek!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hopefully 2011 View Post
    LOL well, our rule when I became veggo (for health reasons) was if you want it you cook it! So far, he has actually admitted to liking the food we eat! The more I go without meat, the less I cope with the smell/texture which surprised me. We will have to share some veggo meal ideas on here =) im making mushroom tangine tomorrow so I'll take a pic =)
    I would love that!!! What's mushroom tangine? Sounds very nice. Tonight is pumpkin and red lentil curry.

    I'm lucky dh isn't a big meat eater I must admit he does love my veggie meals only problem is he eats the whole lot in a sitting and I never have left overs lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Opinionated View Post
    Oooh, have you got a recipe for your cheese and vegemite scrolls?
    Certainly..THIS is the recipe I used except I added more cheese (cos we LOVE cheese!) and instead of using the scissors to cut the dough I rolled it up as said and then I cut the dough with a serrated knife about 2-3cm thick and layed them flat on a baking paper lined baking sheet like you see there in the photo. When they cook the dough gets bigger and they end up becoming like a pull apart because they all join together and they are just so delicious!! Also the website I linked you to is brilliant they have so many great recipes!

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    Im an avid photo taker when it comes to my culinary creations so I have uploaded my album to photobucket...ENJOY!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by LoCo View Post
    I would love that!!! What's mushroom tangine? Sounds very nice. Tonight is pumpkin and red lentil curry.

    I'm lucky dh isn't a big meat eater I must admit he does love my veggie meals only problem is he eats the whole lot in a sitting and I never have left overs lol
    I'm not too sure how the tangine will go as I've never made it beforebut, I will take a pic for you and if it tastes good I will share the recipe! Mmm your curry sounds great too!!! =D

    Hehe my DH is EXACTLY the same, eats it all and then I have nothing for lunch the next day! Ah well, the place I work at had an amazing salad bar so I'm happy enough to buy something there =)

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