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Re: Food For Thought - AARP Online Community

Aug 22, 2020  · I Love looking for new recipes, ones that don’t have sugar or oil, best to use alternatives. I wanted to make VeganBiscuits, I found one that sounds so delicious- 1 cup Almond Milk 1 tbspoon lemon juice, 2 cups flour ( I use Spelt flour, which is very nutritious), 1 tbspoon bake powder ( no aluminum), 1 tsp baking soda, and 4 tbspoon butter

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Heathy recipe - AARP Online Community

(52 years ago) May 21, 2021  · This week we are discussing the benefits of an anti-inflammatory diet. What are your favorite foods or recipes that help stay in sync with anti-inflammatory diets? Share them here and get 50 AARP Rewards point as well as a chance to win our Week 3 topic.

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Re: Give a High Five to High Fiber Foods - AARP Online ...

(52 years ago) Jan 06, 2022  · For more great tasting, high-fiber foods, check out this video and then search on AARP® Staying Sharp® for recipes with these ingredients. Have high-fiber day! 01-05-2022 11:13 PM. 01-05-2022 07:11 PM. Hot oat bran cereal …

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Re: Fun Recipes, Good for Summertime! - AARP Online Community

(52 years ago) Aug 02, 2021  · Fun Recipes, Good for Summertime! Summer is a great time to explore new foods, fresh from the farm. Skip the bagged lettuce and explore how you can turn tomatoes, onions and cucumbers into a fresh, garden salad.

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Fun Recipes, Good for Summertime! - AARP Online Community

(52 years ago) Jul 19, 2021  · Fun Recipes, Good for Summertime! Summer is a great time to explore new foods, fresh from the farm. Skip the bagged lettuce and explore how you can turn tomatoes, onions and cucumbers into a fresh, garden salad. There are plenty of recipes waiting for you on Staying Sharp®, an award winning brain health program and an AARP member benefit.

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Re: Cooking/Eating - AARP Online Community

(52 years ago) Dec 18, 2021  · It's a yam, guys. A yam. A yam with a little honey on it sure, but a yam none-the-less. I have nothing against yams, I like them and, importantly, I can digest them easily. But I eat a lot of these. Come on, somebody send me a picture of a Denver Omelet, or some kind meatless deliciousness I can envy you for.

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Share a recipe with easy staple items - AARP Online Community

(52 years ago) Mar 30, 2020  · I like to whip up some easy Fried Rice with whatever's in the fridge or freezer. This usually means sauteed carrots, celery, onions or green onions, maybe garlic, frozen peas plus anything leftover from another meal such as other veggies and diced ham (leftover from Easter!).

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Tag: "recipes" in "Healthy Living" - AARP Online Community

(52 years ago) Mar 30, 2020  · Grief & Loss. Share and Find Caregiving Tips - AARP Online Community. Ask for a Caregiving Tip. Leave a Caregiving Tip. Entertainment Forums. Rock N' Roll. Let's Play Bingo! Leisure & Lifestyle. Entertainment Archive.

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50 Brain Boosting Recipes - AARP Online Community

(52 years ago) Apr 29, 2019  · Be Brain Fit has collected 50 brain food recipes, saying "One of the hardest parts of eating healthy for your brain is coming up with new ideas.There are literally million of recipes online if you want to lose weight, shed belly fat, reduce carbs, or go gluten-free. But if you want to eat right for your brain, there are very few recipe sources created specifically with brain health …

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Re: Food for thought - AARP Online Community

(52 years ago) Oct 14, 2020  · I Love looking for new recipes, ones that don’t have sugar or oil, best to use alternatives. I wanted to make VeganBiscuits, I found one that sounds so delicious- 1 cup Almond Milk 1 tbspoon lemon juice, 2 cups flour ( I use Spelt flour, which is very nutritious), 1 tbspoon bake powder ( no aluminum), 1 tsp baking soda, and 4 tbspoon butter ...

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AARP Rewards Healthy Twist to Turkey Day Dish Winn ...

(52 years ago) Dec 23, 2021  · Here are the top 5 winning recipes! Congrats to the winners and thank you all for your posts! a170938b's Green bean casserole: Green beans are a Thanksgiving tradition on many tables. However they often appear as a green bean casserole, sometimes soggy, always full of unhealthy fats and loaded w...

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Re: Best Energy Sustaining Meals? - AARP Online Community

(52 years ago) Jul 02, 2021  · I like to do one-pot pasta recipes using alternative pasta @Rhymesometimes. Last night, I had beetroot pasta. It was beautiful and tasty! I added sliced tomatoes, green pepper, onion and pasta to the pot. Used chicken stock to cook until the pasta was ready, drained and topped with a drizzle of olive oil, parm cheese and pepper. Delicious!

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Breakfast Egg, Bacon, Spinach & Cheese Muffins - AARP ...

(52 years ago) 1 day ago · Whisk the eggs in a large bowl with sour cream, salt and pepper, and baking powder until smooth. Spray a 12-capacity muffin tin with cooking oil. I like to use olive oil. Use liberally. Divide bacon & spinach equally among the 12 tins. (About 1 heaping tsp of each bacon and spinach) Place on top of the eggs.

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Re: Best Energy Sustaining Meals? - AARP Online Community

(52 years ago) Jul 02, 2021  · Thank you so much for the info. I'm definitely checking it out. There's so many veggies calling out to be spiralized. I'm coming for you sweet potato. I was thinking of doing that, and then a little olive oil and baking it. Keep us posted of any additional spiraling activities.

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Re: Do You Do New Years Resolutions? - AARP Online Community

(52 years ago) Dec 30, 2021  · 113. 12-30-2021 06:30 PM. @WebWiseWoman I first wrote the goal of a new recipe every two weeks, and then thought, try and do that, but have the goal monthly as more realistic. Who knows, with all of the great recipes floating around, I may get into a weekly grove! Thank you for your input and encouragement.

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Re: Breakfast Egg, Bacon, Spinach & Cheese Muffins - AARP ...

(52 years ago) 1 day ago · Whisk the eggs in a large bowl with sour cream, salt and pepper, and baking powder until smooth. Spray a 12-capacity muffin tin with cooking oil. I like to use olive oil. Use liberally. Divide bacon & spinach equally among the 12 tins. (About 1 heaping tsp of each bacon and spinach) Place on top of the eggs.

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Re: AARP Rewards Healthy Twist to Turkey Day Dish ...

(52 years ago) Dec 16, 2021  · Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Mix egg, broccoli, corn, onion, salt and pepper together in large mixing bowl. Melt butter or margarine (microwave or stovetop); add stuffing mix, tossing to coat. Stir 3/4 c of the buttered stuffing mix to the broccoli/corn mixture. Turn into ungreased 1-quart casserole.

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Re: Meal Prep to Save Time & Money - AARP Online Community

(52 years ago) Sep 13, 2021  · I use about a cup of greek yogurt, 1 tsp of nutritional yeast, 1/2 tsp of onion powder, 1/2 tsp of garlic powder, 1/2 tsp of dill, a couple of dashes of white wine vinegar and salt and pepper. stir it all up, taste and add more of something if you want so it's to your liking.

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Re: WHAT'S SPECIAL ABOUT TODAY? - AARP Online Community

(52 years ago) Dec 15, 2021  · Printed recipes for bread go as far back as the 1920s, but bread baked with fruit was eaten in various parts of the world long before that. It is widely believed that date nut bread was originally baked and first became popular in England.

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Re: Your Top High-Fiber Foods - AARP Online Community

(52 years ago) Jun 30, 2021  · 06-25-2021 09:04 AM. @AARPRachelA Perfect timing! Signed up with a nutritionist for a few sessions, and she told me that pairing protein with fiber, helps to balance blood sugar. I just got diagnosed last year as pre-diabetic, so this recipe is a winner.

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Re: Grilling Season! - AARP Online Community

(52 years ago) Sep 18, 2021  · I grille burgers and/or salmon year round. Yes, even in the snow!

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WHAT'S SPECIAL ABOUT TODAY? - AARP Online Community

(52 years ago) Mar 24, 2019  · Printed recipes for bread go as far back as the 1920s, but bread baked with fruit was eaten in various parts of the world long before that. It is widely believed that date nut bread was originally baked and first became popular in England.

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Re: Heathy recipe - Page 2 - AARP Online Community

(52 years ago) May 22, 2021  · That sounds like a delicious cool summer salad. --- Christine

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What is your favorite cookie? - AARP Online Community

(52 years ago) Aug 04, 2017  · I went to a wedding recently and the family tradition was that everyone brought a tray of cookies, then all were able to box a variety of homemade cookies to take home. It got me thinking - what is my favorite, such a hard choice but it has to have some chocolate to be a top contender. What's your...

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Tag: "healthy food" in "Leave a Health Tip" - AARP Online ...

(52 years ago) Fun Recipes, Good for Summertime! - (‎07-19-2021 09:34 AM) Leave a Health Tip. by AARPMaggie on ‎07-19-2021 09:34 AM Latest post on ‎08-12-2021 12:26 PM by hb1342. 10 Replies 17666 Views 10 Replies 17666 Views This Healthy Food May Make You Cry ...

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Tag: "Healthy Eating" in "Health" - AARP Online Community

(52 years ago) 50 Brain Boosting Recipes - (‎11-20-2017 07:05 PM) Brain Health by Epster on ‎11-20-2017 07:37 PM Latest post on ‎04-29-2019 02:59 PM by MichaelB338921

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Re: Immune System Boosting Foods - AARP Online Community

(52 years ago) Dec 16, 2021  · 12-27-2021 09:40 AM. @AARPRachelA Smoothies are a great way to pack tons of good things for your body. My husband and I have home-made smoothies multiple times a week. Here are some of the ingredients in our typical smoothies: Greek yogurt. milk or milk sub. Greens ( usually kale, broccoli and/or spinach )

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AARP Rewards Healthy Plate Contest, Week 3 May 17 ...

(52 years ago) May 11, 2021  · Welcome to Week 3 of our AARP Rewards Healthy Plate Contest, May 17-23, 2021 This week we are discussing the benefits of an anti-inflammatory diet. What are your favorite foods or recipes that help stay in sync with anti-inflammatory diets? Share them here and get 50 AARP Rewards point as well a...

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Re: Coffee ! - Page 54 - AARP Online Community

(52 years ago) Dec 16, 2021  · Peruse their website and *.pdf for recipes of coffee happiness. Or if your like me for frugality and those aw shucks moments when you needed coffee an broke this, that or something else. Old filter basket, filter or cheesecloth and steep away. . 😇 . …

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Your Top High-Fiber Foods - AARP Online Community

(52 years ago) Jun 23, 2021  · 06-25-2021 09:04 AM. @AARPRachelA Perfect timing! Signed up with a nutritionist for a few sessions, and she told me that pairing protein with fiber, helps to balance blood sugar. I just got diagnosed last year as pre-diabetic, so this recipe is …

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Re: Simple, Healthy Snacks - AARP Online Community

(52 years ago) Jun 08, 2021  · I was making arguably not-too-unhealthy popsicles like crazy a couple summers ago:Living in Southern California, certain types of fresh fruit can be pretty inexpensive if you know where to shop. I don't remember what specifically was in most of the popsicles in the photos, but they all tasted good.

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Re: AARP Rewards Healthy Plate Contest, Week 2 May ...

(52 years ago) May 11, 2021  · Never add salt to recipes. No ice cream--"good cookies" now and then. Daily salad or veggies-I am not fond of fruit except blueberries and melon. I drink water at least once an hour...NO soft drinks. Do drink wine . My B/P today was 112/60. Hope these ideas help YOU!

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Re: Turmeric: is this spice a wonder drug? - AARP Online ...

(52 years ago) May 09, 2017  · Hi @Epster ! Great article on Turmeric! It is a seriously special ingredient! I have a great Turmeric Smoothie recipe over at my blog Healthy Smoothie HQ. Why is this smoothie so special? Let’s start with the key ingredient, turmeric.

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Re: AARP Rewards Healthy Twist to Turkey Day Dish ...

(52 years ago) Nov 23, 2021  · This recipe is taken from the Half Baked Harvest Blog by Tieghan Gerard. It is easy, healthy, absolutely amazing and can largely made ahead of time.

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(52 years ago) Jan 01, 2022  · Hi to you! Just read your post and see you’re interested in weight loss and exercise. I’m 5’1” at 125 lbs. but an old bag at 70+. Still interested in healthy eating and start an exercise class on Monday called Strong Bodies. Would like to share recipes and encouragement on weight control. 😊

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About hb1342 - AARP Online Community

(52 years ago) Aug 12, 2021  · Review, discuss, and share ideas on a wide range of popular topics featured in the AARP Online Community discussion forums. No membership required

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(52 years ago) Aug 10, 2021  · Review, discuss, and share ideas on a wide range of popular topics featured in the AARP Online Community discussion forums. No membership required

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Re: Are you a vegetarian or vegan? - AARP Online Community

(52 years ago) Oct 03, 2019  · Eating as a vegetarian or vegan is the healthiest way to go! There are so many recipes and cookbooks to help you with your decision to stop eating meat or at the least cut way back on your animal protein intake. The more healthy veggies and fruits you eat, the more your body will thank you.

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topic Re: Meal Prep to Save Time & Money in Healthy Living

(52 years ago) For a lot of us, meal prepping sounds like a daunting task. However, meal prepping can be a simple way to save yourself time and money throughout the week. One way you'll save money is by not going out to lunch or dinner when you're feeling too lazy to cook during the week.

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topic Re: What will you be having for Thanksgiving this ...

(52 years ago) Our recipes are organized by type of meat. Prep ahead when you can and write down the oven requirements for each dish so you can cook two dishes at the same time or carefully schedule a day-long oven process to have everything ready for the big meal.

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topic Re: Simple, Healthy Snacks in Healthy Living

(52 years ago) The healthiest snacks I eat are salted nuts. I prefer pistachios in shells because they taste better than shelled kernels; I don't know why. I also eat peanuts.

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Re: Are you a vegetarian or vegan? - AARP Online Community

(52 years ago) Jun 10, 2020  · Thank you for your comment. It's a mystery for certain and pretty scary when it happens. Stay well.

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topic Re: Turmeric: is this spice a wonder drug? in ...

(52 years ago) Hi ! Great article on Turmeric! It is a seriously special ingredient! I have a great Turmeric Smoothie recipe over at my blog Healthy Smoothie HQ. Why is this smoothie so special? Let’s start with the key ingredient, turmeric.

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topic AARP Rewards Healthy Plate Contest, Week 3 May 17-23 ...

(52 years ago) Plus, I got a few good recipes from the AARP website -THANK YOU! Re: AARP Rewards Healthy Plate Contest, Week 2 May 10-16. You love your daughter! I’m 67 and wish my mom had cooked for the 7 of us the way I had to eat to maintain my weight. I also think it would have been good for both of us to walk together after work.

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topic Re: Your Top High-Fiber Foods in Healthy Living

(52 years ago) May I say- green vegetables made into a delicious smoothie! I use Kale, cucumber, spinach, parsley,celery and lettuce. Another favorite of mine is -Limey Love shake- 1 cucumber, 1/2 avocado,1-2 hands baby spinach ( can use regular) ,1-2 peeled limes ( check it after using the 1 lime, because it might be too tart for you), 8-12 ice cubes ( I usually add cold water) and …

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topic Re: AARP Rewards Healthy Plate Contest, Week 2 May ...

(52 years ago) With the internet there are so many recipes available it's easy to make changes. AARP has some great recipes & cooking spots to give us all new ideas. Re: AARP Rewards Healthy Plate Contest, Week 2 May 10-16. We replaced sugar with Monkfruit about a year ago.

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