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Posted by: Clay Q on 2013/03/05 09:24:46  

In Reply to: Re:Sea Bass and Sprouts posted by Capt. Frank on 2013/03/05 08:55:43

Congrats on the weight loss. With all the bread I bake it's not the best for a healthy diet, I admit. Going to try more of the white whole wheat and rye breads. Since I cut back on sugar(I have a sweet tooth)I've been feeling better. Yesterday I bought a book on Mediterranean cooking adding to my growing cookbook library. It's called Mediterranean Cook by Paul Gayler. Great pictures and good recipes with info on cooking tools and utensils... side notes as well. This book I like, covers traditional as well as contemporary cooking- straight forward and full of ideas for seafood and vegetables.
My goal is to eat fish at least twice a week, cut back on fat and sugar, slowly reduce carbs with more vegetables and use more olive oils, both extra light and extra virgin.
Last night I grilled up lemon chicken on the small egg ,400 degrees raised grid direct, sides- brown rice with seasoned yogurt and a simple salad. Diana was so happy, she loved it. I cut up the chicken and removed the skin before marinating. Turned out delicious. Much less grease smoke coming out of the egg with the skin off, another advantage. I'm learning.

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