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Old Sun, Apr-25-10, 09:18
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Plan: Atkins
Stats: 270/164/180 Female 69 inches
Progress: 118%
Location: Frisco, TX

Ive been meaning to try these for ages. They had some ground chicken on special at the grocery store today, so I'm going to give it a go with some chicken
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Old Mon, Jun-06-11, 18:10
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Stats: 202/198/165 Female 5'4"
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I made these tonight as a last minute meal when the grill ran out of propane! Oh my goodness, my husband and I were so happy! Thank you. Finding LC meals that my stick husband also feels satisfied with is tricky.
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Old Wed, Jun-29-11, 06:21
RP100 RP100 is offline
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Stats: 160/155/160 Male 73 inches

Thanks for the recipe, sounds delicious so will give it a try. I sometimes make wraps with the leaves of spring greens or big cabbage leaves which fold well after dipping in boiling water for about 30 seconds.
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Old Wed, Jun-29-11, 15:46
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Plan: Atkins Maintenance
Stats: 213/141/150 Female 5'4 1/2"
Progress: 114%
Location: Dallas, TX

Thanks for bumping this RP100! I've never seen this and we usually have most of these ingredients on hand!

Oops! Looks like smileymom0 resurrected the thread. Thanks to you both!

I also appreciate this bit of information that had never occurred to me:

Originally Posted by PilotGal
hello, may i make a suggestion here.

when you have a small bunch they you need to keep fresh for 7 days or so, take a cup and put a little water in it and put the cut cilantro in it and then just put in the fridge. keep an eye on it as the water evaporates. i have a bunch in there that i bought 8 days ago and it's still fresh.

I'm so happy at the thought of being able to buy fresh parsley and cilantro!
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Old Wed, Aug-03-11, 14:28
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Plan: Paleo/Atkins/low cal
Stats: 232/148/135 Female 62
BF:a lot
Progress: 87%
Location: Bay Area, CA

Think about your left overs and seasonings. I put the red chili pepper flakes and garlc in, and that meal was one of the nicest meals I have had in a while. I was getting very close to eating 1 lb of hamburger in one sitting....

But I was able to get some in containers and one went to the freezer, one went to the frig, and I inhaled the rest right after I made it.

The next day, the container from the frig I found too hot - the chili peppers had time to marry with the oil. You know how your lips sweat when they go on fire? Yea.

The next day, the container from the freezer had too strong of garlic (garlic gets stronger after freezing), plus the chili pepper was reved up.

Think about your seasonings if you make this for freezer meals.

Wonderful food though. I ate it all.
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Old Wed, Jan-25-12, 22:32
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Plan: Fung-inspired fasting
Stats: 336/000/160 Female 5' 9"
Progress: 191%
Location: Seattle metro area

I'm on a lettuce-wrap kick, so I dug this one out of the archives. It's very good. I had my doubts about the large quantities of soy sauce but it works. I used all the cabbage and all the erythritol and the seasoning is just right. I added cilantro. Mint and water chestnut would be nice too.

The ones at Chinese restaurants have rice noodles, I'll bet shirataki noodles would work in these, but I don't think they're necessary.

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Old Tue, Jan-27-15, 13:58
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Plan: DDF, Fung
Stats: 247/208/199 Female 66.5"
BF:kickin it
Progress: 81%
Location: Michigan

trying this tonite!

ETA: very good, probably would have been even better if I had fresh ginger. I didn't have any cabbage, and I had chili powder, but not red chili flakes. So, over all it was good, but if I try this again I will use better ingredients

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Old Sun, Feb-01-15, 08:35
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Plan: Atkins
Stats: 220/206/145 Female 5'5"
Progress: 19%
Location: Northeast

Oh! This sounds delicious!! I'm adding this to my line up for next week for sure <3
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Old Thu, Oct-29-15, 10:43
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lyzjnqtpy lyzjnqtpy is offline
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Some used beef and others pork. Is it just for taste preference?
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Old Thu, Oct-29-15, 11:38
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Robin120 Robin120 is offline
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Stats: 171/125/145 Female 5'9
Progress: 177%
Location: DC

i do almost the exact same thing, but with chopped shrimp or minced chicken
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Old Sun, Nov-01-15, 09:09
Bonnie OFS Bonnie OFS is offline
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Plan: Dr. Bernstein
Stats: 188/150/135 Female 5 ft 4 inches
Progress: 72%
Location: NE WA

I made this last night & we liked it. I didn't have fresh ginger, which would have probably been better. I like to can plain hamburger to make fast meals. I had been using it mostly for taco salad, but now I'll be making this, too - one week Mexican, next week Asian. I might start canning some hamburger with onions, too.

I didn't have lettuce leaves so I put my serving on the last of my salad lettuce. Husband had his over rice. I didn't add any sweetener or cabbage either & we thought it was fine.
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