Group active since Sat, Apr 02, 2011
In todays society alot of people have Soduim Restrictions or Low-Soduim Diets. As a Diabetic and A High Blood Pressure person, I try to change my eatting habits, and in order to do that I have to make my own recipes. For those that have the same problem or just want a great recipe. Please feel free to add your recipes.
Mar 28, 2015
Feb 19, 2013
My mother always had an open box of Bell Seasoning. I can remember her sending me to the store to buy it for her. I know she didn't use is in her stuffing, or rubbing the turkey with it, or using it in any chicken or pork recipe. I can't find any reference to it in her handwritten recipes or my grandmother's..nor do I remember her using it when she showed me how to cook. So, I am perplex as to what she used it it.
I love Bell Seasoning. Unfortunately it's not in any of our stores here in California anymore. So, I order it off the net.
The mystery will remain unsolved..sigh.
May 20, 2012
Dec 20, 2011
That's right. When it comes to antioxidant prowess, cinnamon vies for top billing along with blueberries and pomegranate juice. You may be surprised that spices and herbs are extremely rich in antioxidants – with levels comparable to many fruits and vegetables, including today’s popular "super foods."
Spices and herbs make food taste great. You already know that. And you're probably aware of how they can help you eat healthier by cutting down on salt, fat and sugar when cooking. Now there's emerging evidence that these kitchen essentials may help protect your health. With each pinch, dash and spoonful, spices and herbs can help boost the antioxidant power of practically everything on your plate.
So what exactly are these things called antioxidants and why should you care? Antioxidants are extraordinary workhorses in our bodies. Studies suggest they provide a range of benefits, including giving our immune system a boost. They also appear to reduce inflammation, which is increasingly recognized as a first step in heart disease, cancer, diabetes and other chronic disease.
Preliminary studies indicate that spices and herbs have anti-inflammatory properties that may hold tremendous potential in promoting good health. Other studies suggest spices and herbs may help curb your hunger and boost your metabolism – which might make it easier for you to manage your weight.
Sep 6, 2011
Do you have spices and seasoning you did know what was in them until later, and was surprise?! tell me love to know..:)
Apr 13, 2011
Apr 6, 2011
it would be great to have a place to share
all of those cool, refreshing, jello recipes, please
come on overand join in the conversation,
browse, and share your recipes! We'd love to have you!
Apr 4, 2011
I have started a new group called Casseroles
and One Pot Dishes, please come on over
and join in the conversation, browse, and
share your recipes! We'd love to have you!