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Old 11-21-2013, 20:23   #1
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Default Lemon Pie filling.

1 cup of Ricotta cheese
1 cup of heavy whipping cream
1 cup of cream cheese

2 small containers of SF lemon jello
1/4 cup of lemon juice

heat all of the ingredients to above room temperature and whip well except for the lemon juice and jello. Boil 1/4 cup of lemon juice and then add in the jello packets and stir well. Allow this cool slightly then drizzle into the cheese and heavy cream while whipping on high. You have to heat the cheese to keep the jello from setting up when it goes in or you will have nothing but lemon gummy worms floating in a white cheesy fluff.

Pour out and refrigerate.

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8 servings

Fat 26 grams, Protein 5 grams, carbs 2 grams

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this sounds like something I am going to try asap! need to get the ricotta cheese but I have everything else.

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Yum. This sounds really good. Thanks for sharing.

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Made it today. Loved it!

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Sounds good! I've gotten so many good recipes from you!

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Tried this using raspberry jello with no sugar added cranberry juice in place of the lemon juice (100% juice not the ocean spray stuff).
My hubby liked it , but i still like lemon flavor the best. i prefer the raspberry flavor with the Greek yogurt recipe better. This recipe and the Greek yogurt/jello recipes are my go to dessert recipes! So easy and tasty and the whole family likes them. Hubby eats them for breakfast LOL!

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Thanks guys

I did the majority of the cooking for Thanksgiving this year, I was sure to be able to eat everything I wanted that way. 18 pound bird, stuffed with sour apples and smoked on one grill, 12 pound Tenderloin cover in bacon on another grill. two trays of cauliflower, one with Jalepnos athe other plain on the third grill (when done mashed with added sour cream, cream cheese and butter then spread out back out in the pan, covered with cheese and bacon bits and rebaked) a giant tray of sweet potatoes (I didn't eat them) Broccoli salad, pot a of fresh green beans with a smocked hamhock floating in it. For dessert I made a pumpkin pie, Lemon pie, key lime pie.

I woke up at 5:00am and started cooking at 5:30 am and we ate at 12:30. 15 adults and 7 children. I was pretty wore out by the end of the day. I did make some Ginger Snappies for the kids as well, let them cut out the cookies.

How did you all fair for the holiday. Pretty sure I missed the holiday thread.

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I noted in your signature that part of your management is with
supplements. Have you been able to identify specific results
with a particular supplement? Which supplements do you take?

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I want to come to your house for the holidays! Everyone used to come to my house for Tgiving and Christmas. Now my mom and my mil can't get out, most of my family lives out of state and doesn't come home and BH's family likes to go out to a buffet for a meal. We gave in this year and went with them to be sociable. There was a lot I could eat, but it was soooo expensive and no leftovers!

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18 pound bird, stuffed with sour apples and smoked on one grill, 12 pound Tenderloin cover in bacon on another grill. two trays of cauliflower, one with Jalepnos athe other plain on the third grill (when done mashed with added sour cream, cream cheese and butter then spread out back out in the pan, covered with cheese and bacon bits and rebaked) a giant tray of sweet potatoes (I didn't eat them) Broccoli salad, pot a of fresh green beans with a smocked hamhock floating in it. For dessert I made a pumpkin pie, Lemon pie, key lime pie.

How did you all fair for the holiday. Pretty sure I missed the holiday thread.

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I noted in your signature that part of your management is with
supplements. Have you been able to identify specific results
with a particular supplement? Which supplements do you take?

You really have to figure out what your problems are before deciding on what supplements to take. Otherwise it would like taking an aspirin with out having a head ache you wouldn't noticing anything.

Look for long term items that heal the body not short term things that just lower your glucose levels. You don't want to be trapped into having to take them for a life time.

Things to consider, speed of digestion and what I can do to improve it.

Hormones, get all of your hormones checked, cortisol, DHEA, estrogen, progesteron, estradiol, testosterone, thyroid, t4, t3, tsh. Correct any that are out of balance, I am sure some will be.

Try to figure out if you have enough insulin on board and is it releasing properly. You can take green coffee bean extract to determine this. If you see a significant difference in your post meal numbers you got a signaling problem.

Aspirin therapy favors the environment around your liver and pancreas for the development of insulin.

You just got to do your research.

The four biggest influence on me were:

Diet, LCHF diet and walking 2-3 miles daily

The high maize resistant starch to correct my bacterial flora in my large intestine.

Aspirin therapy.

Testosterone replacement therapy.

I took a lot of others along the way but they were short term benefits, in other words when I stopped taking them they stopped working.

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