Pizza is a favorite meal in our household, and I consider it the the ultimate "fast food". We like to dine out, order in, and bake DiGiorno Rising Crust Pizza! My husband does not like most frozen dinner style meals. He abhors those pot pies, and none of us care for TV dinners. DiGiorno is our families answer to tasty, frozen fast food!
Both of these dishes were excellent. The Spaghetti Warehouse makes their lasagna is made with layers of meat sauce, sausage stew, cheeses, herbs and spices and topped with their delicious meat sauce. Both my wife and I love lasagna as much as Garfield.
A healthy diet is all about choices; an actual diet plan isn't necessary. The first choice each day is to eat breakfast, the most important meal of the day. Eating breakfast gets the body's motor started, ready to work throughout the day. Instead of a cup of coffee, drink some fruit juice. Instead of a bacon egg sausage casserole done in oven cheese sandwich from McDonald's, eat a toasted bagel.
One simple and inexpensive way to take care of lunches for a week is to make a large casserole (or low carb pizza) on the weekend and have a serving each day. One favorite is a cook sausage casserole slow cooker consisting of sausage, hamburger, onions, mushrooms, eggs and cheese. Another example is White Castle Hamburger Pie.
Some cereals can be a great choice for a quick and healthy start to your day. Of course you need to slow cooker sausage casserole avoid cereals that are high in sugars. Whole grain varieties that pack in fiber and protein make great choices. Be sure to read the label, though - many so-called "healthy" cereals are packed with sugar.
Amy's Chili. Amy's brand makes a lot of delicious vegetarian foods, but her chili is top notch. It comes in a variety of flavors, all containing the TVP. I especially enjoy the black bean and use it to make nachos. It's a quick meak that is so like the real thing meat-eaters won't notice the difference. Amy's chili comes in a can and is found in the organic section or canned chili section of your supermarket.
It is not necessary or desirable to remove salt from your diet. Your body does require a certain amount of sodium to continue to function properly. By being aware of the sodium content in the ingredients you use and by gradually reducing the amount of salt you use in cooking you can reduce your sodium intake to a level that is less likely to affect your health. The over salting of food you see on the cooking shows is a sign that these chefs have become used to enhancing flavor with salt. This is not an especially creative cooking method. You can enhance the taste of food and reduce your salt intake with a bit of creativity. And remember; you can always add a bit of salt at the end of the cooking process if you think it is needed. Once added to the pot the salt cannot be removed.
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