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What Lean Really Means for Lean Meat

How lean is lean meat? And what’s the difference between lean and extra lean meats? Guidelines have been established so that these terms have clear definitions. Meat, poultry, or seafood must meet certain [more…]

Herbed Mahi Mahi

This herb-seasoned mahi mahi is a tender and flavorful fish dish with a simple coating of bread crumbs. Serve this herbed mahi mahi recipe with several green vegetables and rice. You can substitute flounder [more…]

Cucumber and Wakame Salad

This light, refreshing cucumber and wakame salad possesses just the right amount of thin, crunchy cucumber in proportion to delightfully chewy wakame seaweed, to tease your palate into wanting more. [more…]

Easy Ways to Lower Your Fat Intake

You can do a few things right now to reduce the amount of fat you consume. Train yourself to think lowfat when you eat, shop, and order in restaurants. Lowering your fat intake doesn’t have to be a chore [more…]

Deviled Ham Sandwiches

Deviled ham doesn’t have to come from that little paper-wrapped can. Try this tasty retro variety of deviled ham sandwiches, and you’ll be hooked. You can add sprouts, watercress, sliced pepperoncini, [more…]

How to Make Your Sandwich Lowfat

You can make some simple changes to traditional sandwiches to make them lowfat and still tasty. Lowfat sandwiches don’t have to be bland — just follow these tips for keeping the fat out of your sandwich [more…]

Lowfat Dairy Product Substitutions

You can still enjoy dairy products while cooking the lowfat way. All kinds of lowfat dairy substitutions exist, and even if those lowfat substitutions don’t taste quite like the fatty versions, they work [more…]

Sweet Tuna and Snow Peas Pressed Sushi

Sweet Tuna and Snow Peas Pressed Sushi offers contrasting texture: crunchy snow peas; soft, slightly sweet tuna; and chewy vinegared sushi rice. Make this appealing pressed sushi an hour or two ahead and [more…]

Omelet with Confetti Peppers, Mushrooms, and Veggies

This lowfat omelet is filled with flavor. The bell peppers, mushrooms, and veggies make your omelet so tasty that no one may realize it’s lowfat.

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Cucumber Sliced Rolls

Cucumber sliced rolls are a time-honored favorite on sushi bar menus around the world. They’re thin sliced rolls, consisting of a half sheet of nori and only one filling ingredient [more…]

Cooking with Oil in a Lowfat Kitchen

The single most important oil in a lowfat kitchen is no-stick vegetable oil spray. A lowfat cooking technique is to use a cooking spray — instead of coating a pan with 2 tablespoons of oil — to keep foods [more…]

How to Lower the Fat when Cooking

The first way to lower fat in your favorite meals is in the preparation. Try these simple substitutions and methods for lowering the fat from meals when you're cooking: [more…]

Feeling Good about Eating Lowfat

Whatever your reasons or motivation for changing your diet and cooking habits to lowfat, remember, all of the beneficial things that lowfat cooking and eating will do for you. To help you stay committed [more…]

Making Sense of Food Labels

Food labels can be pretty confusing if you don't know how to read them. If you're trying to cut down on fat in your diet, label reading is essential because the label lists the exact amount of fat and [more…]

How to Change Dishes to Lowfat

Eating a lowfat diet doesn't mean giving up your favorite foods. In fact, there are easy ways to reduce the fat in many dishes without sacrificing flavor. Try these tips for lowering fat in foods: [more…]

Lowfat Cooking For Dummies Cheat Sheet

If you're making the switch to a lowfat diet, then cooking is your first step to lowering the fat in your favorite foods. Know some simple cooking conversions, pay attention to food labels, and try some [more…]

Hearty Lentil Soup

Oh, you wise lentil lover! This homey, fragrant lentil soup tastes wonderful on a chilly day; and it has valuable nutrition and fiber. You can make this lentil soup without the ham or bone — just replace [more…]

How to Make Chai

A dark combination of silky tea and milk, chai is the trendiest beverage hitting American coffee bars. Chai, tea, and milk seasoned with exotic spices and herbs, is served hot and steamy. [more…]

Citrus Breakfast Fruit Salad with Yogurt and Granola

It may be Christmas morning, but you and your family still have to eat. Citrus fruit salad with yogurt and granola is a light, easy breakfast that doesn’t leave you slaving in a hot kitchen. This dish [more…]

Shrimp Finger Sushi

Shrimp finger sushi is a beloved sushi bar staple. The process for making shrimp finger sushi isn’t difficult, and the sushi looks (and tastes!) amazing. [more…]

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