|Healthy Eating for the Menopause|
|by Lewis Esson|
Shows how your diet can work as a natural alternative to hormone replacement therapy and give you results far superior to any drug.
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Cook beef, onion, ... rice. Cool. Cut peppers in half lengthwise ... seal and return to freezer. To serve: ... foil. Bake at 400 degrees for 30-45 minutes.
(The Farmer's Market is loaded with inexpensive peppers during September and ... amount of peppers to be roasted on ... freezer bag and freeze. TO USE: ... for in your recipes.
Mix together: Mix ... 1 hour. Drain if necessary. Add grated carrots. Boil this for 1 minute, cool, and mix with cabbage. Put into containers and freeze.
Shred cabbage and ... celery, carrots and peppers. Boil sugar, ... Cool well and then freeze or put in refrigerator and let stand overnight before eating.
Mix above ingredients. ... water 1 tsp. mustard seed 1 tsp. celery seed 2 c. sugar Boil 1 minute. Cool to lukewarm. Pour over cabbage mixture and freeze.
Mix chopped cabbage pepper and onion with ... vinegar, celery seed, salt and 1 tablespoon sugar to a full boil and pour ... mixture. Package and freeze.
Mix together; let ... excess moisture. Bring to boil; let cool to lukewarm. Pour over cabbage. Put in freezer containers and freeze. Leftovers can be refrozen.
Mix and let ... sugar 1 tsp. celery seed 1 tsp. whole mustard seed Cool to lukewarm and pour over cabbage; mix well. Pack in freezer containers and freeze.
Mix the cabbage, onion and pepper. Cook remaining ... ingredients. Can be frozen or stored in refrigerator. Keeps for a long time. Mettie's Granddaughter
In a large ... paper lined cookie sheet. Freeze uncovered patties until hard, approximately 1 to 2 hours. Pack in freezer wrap. May be stored up to 2 months.
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