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What's a food you're currently obsessed with?

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  • beulah81beulah81 Member Posts: 168 Member Member Posts: 168 Member
    ^^Ham and cream cheese sandwiches grilled in a waffle maker.
  • o0Firekeeper0oo0Firekeeper0o Member Posts: 276 Member Member Posts: 276 Member
    beulah81 wrote: »
    ^^Ham and cream cheese sandwiches grilled in a waffle maker.

    MY GOODNESS :o<3
  • VegjoyPVegjoyP Member Posts: 1,574 Member Member Posts: 1,574 Member
    VegjoyP wrote: »
    I generally do low / very low carb besides cruciferous veggies but when I do add a carby day these are a staple ! Denser and drier than regular sweet potato and not really sweet
    I love these.


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    @VegjoyP

    how do you prepare if not as sweet?

    I either just pop them in microwave or oven and pretty much just a sprinkle of salt! Once in a while I have used mustard, hot sauce or Braggs Amino or sugar free preserves.

    I have left the Japanese sweet potato in oven when it is done and turn oven off. It caramelizes around skin and inside some. They are SO GOOD I just want them plain :)
  • pancakerunnerpancakerunner Member Posts: 6,048 Member Member Posts: 6,048 Member
    beulah81 wrote: »
    ^^Ham and cream cheese sandwiches grilled in a waffle maker.

    MY GOODNESS :o<3

    also, brie and raspberry!
  • pancakerunnerpancakerunner Member Posts: 6,048 Member Member Posts: 6,048 Member
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    Forgot how good these are
  • o0Firekeeper0oo0Firekeeper0o Member Posts: 276 Member Member Posts: 276 Member
    Forgot how good these are

    SAME. Broadbeans are like crack. I might need to hit up an Asian grocer soon
  • PAPYRUS3PAPYRUS3 Member Posts: 9,438 Member Member Posts: 9,438 Member
    Forgot how good these are

    SAME. Broadbeans are like crack. I might need to hit up an Asian grocer soon

    Have you ever roasted them? I like spiced roasted chickpeas (over 360 calories/100grams) but broad beans are only 88 calories for 100 grams.
  • pancakerunnerpancakerunner Member Posts: 6,048 Member Member Posts: 6,048 Member
    Forgot how good these are

    SAME. Broadbeans are like crack. I might need to hit up an Asian grocer soon

    this flavor in particular. drool
  • beulah81beulah81 Member Posts: 168 Member Member Posts: 168 Member
    Good Culture cottage cheese.
  • pancakerunnerpancakerunner Member Posts: 6,048 Member Member Posts: 6,048 Member
    Brussel sprout season!
  • skelterhelterskelterhelter Member Posts: 774 Member Member Posts: 774 Member
    beulah81 wrote: »
    Good Culture cottage cheese.

    AGREED. It's the only cottage cheese that's not a soupy mess. I love how dry and dense it is.
  • pancakerunnerpancakerunner Member Posts: 6,048 Member Member Posts: 6,048 Member
    I am not really a bread person, but the harvest bread from my local coop is TO DIE FOR
  • pancakerunnerpancakerunner Member Posts: 6,048 Member Member Posts: 6,048 Member
    beulah81 wrote: »
    Good Culture cottage cheese.

    AGREED. It's the only cottage cheese that's not a soupy mess. I love how dry and dense it is.

    Old home 4% large curd is also really great
  • o0Firekeeper0oo0Firekeeper0o Member Posts: 276 Member Member Posts: 276 Member
    PAPYRUS3 wrote: »
    Have you ever roasted them? I like spiced roasted chickpeas (over 360 calories/100grams) but broad beans are only 88 calories for 100 grams.

    I’ve never roasted them myself no, I’ve only ever had the spicy or garlic ones. The garlic ones are my FAVORITE. @pancakerunner I just got the mesquite BBQ flavor of the Enlightened brand and I honestly don’t love them. :( They have too much seasoning and the beans aren’t crunchy enough, like what I’m used to!

    beulah81 wrote: »
    Good Culture cottage cheese.

    Funny that comes up; I just got a small personal size of Good Culture for my husband to try. He’s a Daisy lover and we have tried SO many other brands, all of which he hated. But he actually quite liked Good Culture, and the Friendship brand too! So excited we now have some tolerable seconds as I can’t always find Daisy lol
  • beulah81beulah81 Member Posts: 168 Member Member Posts: 168 Member
    @o0Firekeeper0o Daisy was my favorite until I tried Good Culture. I've never tried Friendship. @skelterhelter gave a perfect description: dry(perfect degree of dryness) and dense. I also enjoy the just-right amount of saltiness as well. I wish it was available at more stores near me.
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  • o0Firekeeper0oo0Firekeeper0o Member Posts: 276 Member Member Posts: 276 Member
    beulah81 wrote: »
    @o0Firekeeper0o Daisy was my favorite until I tried Good Culture. I've never tried Friendship. @skelterhelter gave a perfect description: dry(perfect degree of dryness) and dense. I also enjoy the just-right amount of saltiness as well. I wish it was available at more stores near me.

    For my husband it’s the aftertaste and he’s right, some brands have a VERY weird lingering flavor. Neither Good Culture nor Friendship seem to have that!
  • springlering62springlering62 Member, Premium Posts: 2,927 Member Member, Premium Posts: 2,927 Member
    @Noreenmarie1234 i don’t know what thread you posted your pumpkin dessert in, but I screenshotted it and made up a bowl this evening.

    Holy kittens. This is some good stuff. I used half yogurt and half water, and topped with with some canned whip cream and honey ginger crystals (15 cal/tsp). This is just like eating pumpkin pie. I bet it would be great with smashed graham crackers on top, too.

    This definitely goes into rotation. Win win win!!!!! Thanks so much for sharing!!!!
  • o0Firekeeper0oo0Firekeeper0o Member Posts: 276 Member Member Posts: 276 Member
    @Noreenmarie1234 @springlering62 Ahem... I’m listening to this “pumpkin dessert” conversation... :p Sounds like a recipe I need!
  • o0Firekeeper0oo0Firekeeper0o Member Posts: 276 Member Member Posts: 276 Member
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    Bought this on a whim to try. It’s GOOD! Tastes just like mac n cheese, nothing strange. And it’s fairly low cal. I made a couple little additions and was still able to eat both servings for lunch ;)
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