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August 18, 2008


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I've never tried the balsamic sauce, but we like to do salmon all the time. Best thing I've found is prepackaged frozen salmon from sam's club.
Another easy variation is we grill the salomon on a cedar plank. You can get them at any food specialty store and they are reusuable. It adds a great flavor.


Adam's Kitchen presents...

The Lazy Snack (2 blocks)
1/2 cup low fat cottage cheese
2 tsp almond butter
1 tbs. agave nectar or honey

The nectar is just about the same carbs as honey, but it has a lower glycemic index. It's unique taste makes this easy mixture strangely delicious. It is available at The Organic Food Depot (organicfooddepot.com).

If you're a cottage cheese snob, skip the generics and even the Breakstone and go for Friendly's brand. It's thicker and lacks the annoying water aspect that can spoil a cottage cheese experience. It is available the The Fresh Market. Believe me, it's worth the extra buck fifty.

Enjoy! Tonight, I'm having salmon!


Thomi....when are you having a tutoring session!?


How do you count meals like black coffee with honey or agave? What do you do with things like that?????


Just measure out the sweetener and measure the carb blocks. 1 tbs of honey/agave = 1 carb block.


but...do i have to add protein and carbs for it to be legal? like milk and then maybe eat some butter with it? haha or count it with my breakfast as my carb block? Thanks, Sensei Adam.

Thomi CFVB

You would have to coiunt it as a block of carbs with your breakfast. It would not be legal to eat ( drink ) alone :)

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