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  • corinasue1143corinasue1143 Member Posts: 5,504 Member Member Posts: 5,504 Member
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    Grilled chicken and southwestern quinoa salad. I haven’t made this salad in like... 4+ years? I used to make it almost weekly. I’m not sure why I stopped but I’m bringing it back. It’s DELICIOUS

    You inspired me. Bought black beans and Mexican corn today. Have quinoa and limes. Now to figure out the rest.
  • acpgeeacpgee Member Posts: 6,040 Member Member Posts: 6,040 Member
    Still crazy busy at work. Assorted leftovers for dinner with the exception of freshly made mash.
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  • mockchocmockchoc Member Posts: 6,584 Member Member Posts: 6,584 Member
    Snack/dessert pic.

    Found some very nice magenta dragonfruit at the store.. blended with vanilla, flax milk and chia for some pudding. Came out pretty good. First time using dragonfruit in pudding.

    It’s a work in progress.

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    Dragonfruit looks lovely and I enjoy it as it is but it's not really very sweet so maybe add another sweeter fruit with it or some form of sweetener you enjoy. Nice idea making a pudding with fruit and chia. I've only made it with chia and cacao powder with a little monkfruit sweetener.
  • snowflake954snowflake954 Member Posts: 6,619 Member Member Posts: 6,619 Member
    Snack/dessert pic.

    Found some very nice magenta dragonfruit at the store.. blended with vanilla, flax milk and chia for some pudding. Came out pretty good. First time using dragonfruit in pudding.

    It’s a work in progress.

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    Instead of vanilla, I've started putting in 10g of vanilla protein powder in my chia puddings.
  • LoveyCharLoveyChar Member Posts: 3,308 Member Member Posts: 3,308 Member
    acpgee wrote: »
    Grilled pineapple and grilled red onion salad followed by pad thai.
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    If this is Dark Leaf Italian Parsley, I love the way it looks on your dishes. I have a ton of it in my garden (the only thing I've got) but I've been chopping it so finely. You leave part of them stem on and make so much less waste plus it's prettier. I'll do it how you did it next time.

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