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Old Tue, Oct-24-06, 05:24
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Stats: 160/140/120 Female 5'2''
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I was wondering if ther was another way to make the crust besides using Carb-quick. They don't seem to sell it here in Florida, lol... at least not that I've found.
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Old Thu, Oct-26-06, 16:58
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Plan: General LC Maintenance
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I was wondering if ther was another way to make the crust besides using Carb-quick. They don't seem to sell it here in Florida, lol... at least not that I've found.


As far as I know, the only way you can get it is online.
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Old Thu, Nov-16-06, 20:41
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Plan: What works for me.....
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My children just loved this desert. I cut the Carbquick way down tho. Would have been overkill. Used 3 sweetners and pumpkin pie spice instead of nutmeg.. YUMMY!!!
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Old Mon, Nov-20-06, 19:01
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Plan: Gluten free wholefoods
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What is carbquik? Can I replace it with ground almond and whey protein powder?
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Old Wed, Nov-22-06, 08:48
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Plan: Atkins Maintenance
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Perhaps you could consider telling some people - allergies are a consideration.
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Old Sat, Dec-02-06, 21:34
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Ok only one complain, the kids and my BF almost ate it all.
To whomever invented this dish! Thank you. Its wonderful. I cannot believe how it taste JUST like apples. This is going to be my dessert for xmas, but I will be making it double topped with sf lc vanilla ice cream and sf caramal sauce.
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Old Wed, Jan-03-07, 18:11
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Plan: Atkins - Induction
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Has anyone tried mashing up the zucchinis for an "applesauce"-like mixture? I just started Induction (again!) and I don't want to screw it up with Carbquick right now.
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Old Thu, Jan-04-07, 07:00
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klc145- I use jicama for applesauce. Takes a long time to prepare, but is induction ok.
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Old Tue, Feb-20-07, 17:25
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Plan: Gluten free wholefoods
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Originally Posted by tripletmom
INGREDIENTS:

* 1-2/3 cups zucchini - peeled, seeded, and chopped
* 2 tablespoons and 2 teaspoons fresh lemon juice
* 1/4 cup equivalent of sweetener
* 1/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon
* 1/8 teaspoon ground nutmeg
* 1-1/3 cups carbquik
* 1/2 cup equivalent of sweetener
* 1/2 cup butter, chilled
* 1/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon



I am confused. Is this one to three cups of zucchini in the recipe and one and a third cups carbquik?
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Old Tue, Feb-20-07, 22:31
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It is one and two thirds cups of zucchini and one and one third cups of Carbquik
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Old Wed, Feb-21-07, 09:26
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Can I eat this cobbler filling ( without the carbquick, which I don't like anyway ) during Induction?
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Old Wed, Feb-21-07, 09:28
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Yes, you can.
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Old Fri, Feb-23-07, 14:07
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Plan: Atkins
Stats: 260/229/162 Female 178 cm (5' 9 1/2")
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Has anyone tried to make this using soy flour, bake mix, almond flour, etc. - anything other than Carbquik? If so, did it work? Post your recipe even if it didn't.

Thanks!

Stacey
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Old Fri, Feb-23-07, 14:08
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Plan: Atkins
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Another good substitute for the zucchini might be chayote....it would need a longer cooking time though.

Stacey
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Old Fri, Feb-23-07, 18:11
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Plan: Atkins-ish (hypoglycemia)
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Originally Posted by stacianbob
Has anyone tried to make this using soy flour, bake mix, almond flour, etc. - anything other than Carbquik? If so, did it work? Post your recipe even if it didn't.

Thanks!

Stacey


I think I'll try using a combo of ground almonds and some soy flour, so I'll let you know.

(I hate having to use ingredients that are only available online, so I frequently change recipes a bit)
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