Please feel free to add your own recipes or helpful hints below in comments.

The recipes and suggestions you find here won’t always be low fat, high fiber, low sodium, etc, etc,  etc.
But they taste good!!

Hover over the Recipes button for links to each recipe. 

The recipe buttons are hard to read and I have no way to change that so I’m adding this list here.
# 1, Dad’s True Russian Borscht
# 2, No Egg No Milk Chocolate Cake
# 3, No Fat Tea Biscuits


7 responses to “Recipes”

  1. Salty says :

    Helpful Hint
    Olive oil is a very good oil to use but if it starts to smoke it will oxidize, create trans fats, and other things that are very bad for you.
    Throw it out if it starts to smoke in the pan and start over.

    • Salty says :

      Hi Polly,
      Thanks! Bone broth is excellent! If I remember correctly I think Edgar Cayce recommended this as a body builder.
      One of my favorite things is turkey soup. The next day after turkey is completely cooled I slice all the meat off it and put the carcass in a pot of water and simmer the bones.
      Then after they have simmered for a couple of hours I strain the broth. If there is a lot of fat I remove some of it then add onions, garlic, and any other veggies I want. Sometimes I grate the carrots and potatoes. Grating the potato makes it thicker soup. After the veggies are done I add the diced turkey.

      Holy Crap. LOL!!! 😆
      I’m going to get some. Re Confab # 4 comment

    • pollyann says :

      I’m making beef bone broth per the link I provided. It won’t be done simmering until Monday at 3:30 PM. I bought the bones from the in town grocery store. All of their cow products come from local Angus farms. Not organic but that is what I chose for now. I did not have any of the froth/foam rise to the surface of the broth to be skimmed off and discarded, and I used distilled water. No chicken feet. Bleh!! I will skip those. It smells great and I am looking forward to drinking some when it’s done.

      • Salty says :

        Hi Polly,
        It’s going to taste wonderful!!
        I wouldn’t use chicken feet either! They are so ugly to look at. The Chinese use those a lot. They are glutinous and there’s immense flavor in chicken feet. I remember walking around Chinatown with my parents looking in the shop windows and seeing all those chicken feet hanging there. YUCK!!!
        Some of the smells were delicious! There was a certain shop that had the best barbeque pork in town, they never bought it any other place, it was sooo delicious!!! The stuff you get nowadays hardly has any flavor at all and is waste of money.

  2. Salty says :

    Hi Polly,
    How did it taste? I bet it was delicious!!

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