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  1. Hi there, have to say it's been awhile. I lost all my weight and got to goal on the Core Program years ago, and was wondering if anyone still follows it? I need to get back on track, have tried Simply Filling, and it's great, but I have to say the Core program is what really worked for me. I see the master list is still up which is great! Just wanted to say hi and see if there are any old followers out there!!
  2. Does anyone have the GLOP recipe I saw a while back. I searched it and it didn't come up. Thanks in advance.
  3. I made this and used a can of Campbell's Tomato with Basil and Oregano soup instead of the sour cream and everyone LOVED it. It freezes well too!
  4. Made these for lunch today and am very impressed and FULL. I have always been a big eater so I had three, and two would have been plenty. They are much more filling than regular pancakes. My son, aged 5, is the fussiest eater ever, and he tried them and loved them!! He asked if they were "Mommy's diet food", and the good mother I am, I lied, and said no, just regular pancakes!! He wouldn't even try them if he knew the difference. I agree that they could be a trigger food though, so I will definitely be making them again, but will have to watch it. I work backshift and am always looking for something that will get me through the night and these will definitely do the job. Thanks for posting!!
  5. This sounds great. I will definitely be trying it. Thanks:)
  6. This is absolutely delicious and very addicting!! My mom used to make it so I tweaked it to be core and it didn't lose it's zing at all:p . Hope you enjoy. Ingredients: 1 head cauliflower 1 bunch broccoli 6 or 7 green onions (scallions) 1 green pepper 1 c. ff sour cream or ff plain yogurt (whatever your preference) 1 c. ff mayonaisse 1/3 c. splenda 1 tbsp. vinegar Dash of tobasco and worchstershire sauce Cut vegatables into bite size pieces and put in a large bowl. Combine the sauce ingredients and mix well. Pour over vegetables and toss well. Refrigerate and enjoy.
  7. Hi there--I just came across this recipe on the WW site--it's called Curried Yogurt Sauce and Dip. I haven't tried it yet but it sounds good! Ingredients 6 oz plain fat-free yogurt 2 Tbsp cilantro, fresh, chopped 1 tsp curry powder 1/4 tsp dry mustard, powder 1/8 tsp black pepper Instructions Combine all ingredients in a medium bowl. Mix until well blended. Yields about 2 tablespoons per serving. (Note: Serve as a dip with fresh vegetables or as a sauce for the protein of your choice. Microwave on HIGH for 30 seconds to warm.)
  8. This sounds sooo good and I am sooo jealous of everyone with these recipes because I can't get the Davinci syrups here!! I can order them online and they are $12.99 a bottle from Low CarB Grocery in Toronto, plus $10 shipping and handling--a little too rich for my blood, but the more I read, the more I am tempted!!
  9. I too am a white rice girl and my friend told me to soak the rice in warm water for about an hour before I cook it, and change the water as frequently as you want and I find it makes a big difference:) .
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