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    RUTH CARRAWAY

    Member since Jul 2002

    Chef #47767

    From ASHLAND

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    About Me

    FOR SEVERAL YEARS NOW I HAVE BEEN RETIRED FROM ONCOLOGY (CANCER) NURSING. I CAN'T REMEMBER AT WHAT AGE I BEGAN COOKING...MAYBE FROM THE AGE OF 2? IT SERVES AS MY CREATIVE OUTLET. I HAVE TO KEEP A TIGHT REIN ON MY URGE TO MAKE CHANGES TO NEW RECIPES BEFORE I EVEN TRY THEM. SINCE FINDING RECIPEZAAR I FIND THAT I AM ACCUMULATING STACK AFTER STACK OF 4 AND 5 STAR RECIPES. IT HAS BEEN HEAVEN! MY HUSBAND HAS NOT YET COMPLAINED OF THE TIME I SPEND BROWSING THROUGH ALL THE RECIPES LISTED HERE...HE KNOWS THAT IN JUST A SHORT TIME A NEW ENTICING AROMA WILL BE TEASING UP HIS APPETITE FOR THE NEXT NEW DISH TO COME FROM MY KITCHEN.

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    IN MY FAMILY I AM FAMOUS FOR MY HOMEMADE COOKIES, HENCE, MY NICKNAME...COOKIE. AND WHILE THEY ENJOY THE SWEETS, I FIND PLEASURE IN COOKING ANYTHING AND EVERYTHING. AT THE MOMENT I HAVE BEEN EXPERIMENTING WITH RECIPES FOR LOW- SODIUM YEAST BREADS. MY STEP-MOTHER MUST RESTRICT HER SODIUM INTAKE AND HAS COMPLAINED THAT SHE CANNOT FIND READY-MADE BREAD THAT CONFORMS TO HER DIET. I LOVE A CHALLENGE!

    UPDATE: BREAD WITHOUT SALT IS NOT FIT TO EAT! NO WONDER NO BAKERY WILL MAKE IT! NO AMOUNT OF HERBS OR OTHER FLAVORS WILL MAKE IT EATABLE. IN PREPARING LOW-SODIUM BREAD, I HAVE CONCLUDED THAT IT IS BEST TO CUT THE SALT AMOUNT BY HALF AS CALLED FOR IN THE RECIPE. APPORTION THE FINISHED PRODUCT TO CALCULATE SALT GRAMS PER SLICE. THE FINAL PRODUCT CAN BE BOTH TASTY AND STILL MEET THE REQUIREMENTS OF A LOW-SODIUM DIET.

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