|Eating for Two|
|by Amanda Grant|
Eating for Two is the comprehensive guide to enjoying a healthy diet throughout the preconception, pregnancy and breast-feeding months.
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Do not use Italian tomatoes, too dry. Blend everything in a blender to a smooth consistency.
Cook beets, carrots, separately. Cut into small cubes or slices. Season with salt, pepper and lemon juice.
Mix together mustard, mayonnaise, lemon in bottom of large bowl. Add other ingredients. Salt and pepper to taste. Recipe may be doubled and tripled.
Wash, peel and cut potatoes. Boil in salted water until soft enough to mash. Let mashed potatoes cool a little. Take a handful of potatoes and make a ...
Boil shrimp in water with some salt for about 5 minutes, rinse water off (save some of this water), peel them, cut vein out and cut shrimp in half. ...
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