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    Lightbulb P3 Cookbook: Somer's collected recipes

    Somer's compilation of P3 friendly recipes.

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    J Beanie ~ you're the bestest with posting all these Phase recipes! Thank you SO very much! =)

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    Quote Originally Posted by J Beanie View Post
    Somer's compilation of P3 friendly recipes.

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    Wonderful recipes! Thank you!

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    Thanks to J Beanie. Just tried the Po Cakes recipe - what a good change of pace breakfast! For those of us who are still calorie obsessed and **** retentive. 1/2 of this recipe, which gives you two nice sized cakes, is only 235 calories! We made up our own topping for this, which was delicious: 5 fresh strawberries, 2 oz cream cheese, and 1T Xylitol. Place all ingredients in a bender and mix well. Makes 4 servings of topping at only 80 cal - That gives you a killer breakfast for only 305 cal!!!!

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    Looking over the recipes, and my only problem is the cost of almond flour. A small bag costs $10 at my local health food store. Does anyone know of a cheaper resource to get it? Looking to try some of the things on here.

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    I've read it's ok to substitute coconut flour and/or flax meal. Those are both cheaper alternatives.




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    Iwas looking for P3 ideas and found this thread! thanks so much for the recipes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lizzy310 View Post
    Looking over the recipes, and my only problem is the cost of almond flour. A small bag costs $10 at my local health food store. Does anyone know of a cheaper resource to get it? Looking to try some of the things on here.
    I get it at Whole Foods in the bulk aisle. It's a little cheaper $8.99 a pound. I haven't checked in other places that have bulk foods. Other than that, you can make your own if you have a food processor.
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    Thank you so much for this! I am preparing ideas for P3 that way when I get there I will be prepared! The recipes look amazing!
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    Great resource!! Thanks for sharing!!

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    Not quite at P3 yet, but getting prepared. Thank you SO much for this cookbook and advice. I have food intolerances to dairy, and gluten, and I'm wondering what I'll discover about them in P3. It will be an opportunity to really refine and define what I can eat or not eat.

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    Jicama-
    a root veggie from Mexico, it looks similar to a turnip but has a tan hard skin. It can be eaten raw or cooked.
    Eaten raw- has similar flavor as a radish - many people use in salads or in dips.

    I baked mine. I peeled the skin, sliced into 1/4 inch thick slices.. brushed with olive oil and sprinkled with sea salt- baked in an oven at 375* for 40 minutes. Mine came out with browned edges- so you can cook for a shorter period of time if you prefer.

    When baked, they had a flavor that was a cross between an apple/pear and watercress. It was crunchy, juicy and light tasting.

    This veggie is low calorie, low fat and low in sugar.

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