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I'm here to learn about good nutrition from around the world for my very restricted diet.
Joined: Jul 13, 2007
"I'm lactose intolerant, diabetic, etc. My cooking skills are umm intermediate I guess. I'd like to have a couple simple recipes for salad dressings now that the weather is warmer. I know how to do oil and vinegar. I'd like to know how to do French dressing. I got a bottle of it and the ingredients list high fructose corn syrup first, and most of t..."
May 25, 2013 on Food.com
"I have a Revere copper clad 3 quart pan that I've had for a long time. No problems, and now someone else has been doing some of my cooking and cleaning and all of a sudden this pot looks terrible! the copper is a mess! It may be a combination of very high heat, and she may be scrubbing the bottom so that the copper is being scrubbed off. smh there..."
Aug 12, 2012 on Food.com
"Do you know anyone who takes healthy eating to such an extreme that it's not healthy? I just saw this articl..."
Apr 26, 2011 on Food.com
I'm happy to say that I have found some great things here, some in the Asian section, as Asians don't use much milk, and some in the slow cooker section as I discover how much more usefull slow cookers are than just casseroles. I bake and roast in my small slow cookers.
I have to thank a couple of the hosts here especially, RedAppleGuy has been very helpful to me, as has rinshinomori, and PaulaG. Thanks for helping me.
I've since realized how important nutrition is! and studied the biochemistry of it. Wow! We really are what we eat, and we must be careful to supply our bodies with the right things, and avoid the wrong things, and do it in moderation. I've been studying the macronutrients, micronutrients, fiber, etc.. google it. Life is a complex chemical process, in a cycle.
And then there is chocolate.
I like seafoods, chicken, turkey, lamb, goat. I don't like octopus. I like sancocho, yuca en escabeche and the Caribbean dishes I learned. I like golumpkis (Polish stuffed cabbage), and ravioli type things that most cultures have. I am interested in the flatbreads of various cultures.
I like blueberries a lot.
oohhh now I'm getting hungry and have to go to the kitchen. brb