Kidney Bean Salad (Marks) Recipe
16 oz (1 can) kidney beans, rinsed well =or=-
16 oz (1 can) pinto beans, rinsed well
1 celery stalk, diced
1 tsp dill pickle, grated
2 tsp onion, grated
1 egg white, hard-cooked chopped finel
1 romaine lettuce leaves
1/4 cup anchovy yogurt dressing
Mix first 5 ingredients together lightly. Arrange on
lettuce leaves and top with a spoonful of dressing
Food Exchanges per serving: 1 STARCH/BREAD EXCHANGE +
1/2 FAT EXCHANGE CAL: 99; CHO: 2mg; CAR: 15g; PRO: 5g;
SOD: 200mg; FAT: 3g;
Source: Light & Easy Diabetic Cuisine by Betty Marks
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Cruciferous vegetables, Superfoods that help with Dieting
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These cruciferous vegetables are jam-packed with vitamins (folate and vitamin c, for example), minerals (eg. potassium), fibre, chlorophyll and antioxidents.
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