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  1. #1
    z z Guest

    Default Flax

    If you are a low carber you have experimented with flax. I consider flax
    to be a body's vacuum cleaner. With flax in your diet you won't be
    needing cholesterol lowering medications, and its fiber action is quite
    powerful as well.

    There is golden flax seed, and dark brown flax seed. I do prefer the
    golden.

    I don't buy the seeds and I don't buy the oil-I buy ground up flax seeds
    aka flaxseed meal aka flaxmeal. It used to only be found at health food
    stores, but it has gone mainstream and is available in most grocery
    stores now. Advice says to store it in the refrigerator.

    I experimented quite heavily with baked goods-altering recipes to
    substitute flaxmeal for flour. I never had a satisfying result-it is
    very difficult to use because of its absorbtion properties. I wanted
    something good, but usually ended up with "healthy" muffins.

    I have worked out my methods. First is simply adding a tbsp to your
    morning oatmeal-unnoticeable stirred in. Another is keeping flaxmeal in
    a shaker and shaking it onto your jelly or peanut butter toast. It
    becomes untasteable when adding it to spaghetti or pizza sauce.

    Medical advice says don't give it to children. Because it has so much
    fiber it actually counts out as zero net carbs (grams carbs minus grams
    fiber equals net carbs.)

    During my first 2 mos of dabbling with low carb, I cut triglycerides in
    half.


  2. #2
    Randy Guest

    Default Re: Flax

    On Nov 29, 8:48*pm, angie-...@webtv.net (z z) wrote:
    > If you are a low carber you have experimented with flax. I consider flax
    > to be a body's vacuum cleaner. With flax in your diet you won't be
    > needing cholesterol lowering medications, and its fiber action is quite
    > powerful as well.
    >
    > There is golden flax seed, and dark brown flax seed. I do prefer the
    > golden.
    >
    > I don't buy the seeds and I don't buy the oil-I buy ground up flax seeds
    > aka flaxseed meal aka flaxmeal. It used to only be found at health food
    > stores, but it has gone mainstream and is available in most grocery
    > stores now. Advice says to store it in the refrigerator.
    >
    > I experimented quite heavily with baked goods-altering recipes to
    > substitute flaxmeal for flour. I never had a satisfying result-it is
    > very difficult to use because of its absorbtion properties. I wanted
    > something good, but usually ended up with "healthy" muffins.
    >
    > I have worked out my methods. First is simply adding a tbsp to your
    > morning oatmeal-unnoticeable stirred in. Another is keeping flaxmeal in
    > a shaker and shaking it onto your jelly or peanut butter toast. It
    > becomes untasteable when adding it to spaghetti or pizza sauce.
    >
    > Medical advice says don't give it to children. Because it has so much
    > fiber it actually counts out as zero net carbs (grams carbs minus grams
    > fiber equals net carbs.)
    >
    > During my first 2 mos of dabbling with low carb, I cut triglycerides in
    > half.


    LOVE flaxseed, I never understand why people try so hard to disguise
    it in order to get it into their diets. About 5 years ago my husband
    and I needed to lose weight and he had terrible problems with
    inflammation in his lower intestine. We started eating 4 - 5
    Tablespoons of ground flaxseed every morning stirred into nonfat milk.
    It's basically a cereal so we eat/drink it most every morning. It
    actually tastes fantastic, especially if you add a teaspoon of maple
    syrup. Along with some other measures we took to clean up our diets,
    flaxseed helped us lose about 140 lbs between us. His tummy troubles?
    Gone. Plus, like you said, it's great for cholesterol. My husband's
    overall cholesterol count went from 230 to 149. Flax isn't the only
    factor in that improvement, but it's an important one. Go flax.

  3. #3
    Julie Bove Guest

    Default Re: Flax


    "z z" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..
    > If you are a low carber you have experimented with flax. I consider flax
    > to be a body's vacuum cleaner. With flax in your diet you won't be
    > needing cholesterol lowering medications, and its fiber action is quite
    > powerful as well.
    >
    > There is golden flax seed, and dark brown flax seed. I do prefer the
    > golden.
    >
    > I don't buy the seeds and I don't buy the oil-I buy ground up flax seeds
    > aka flaxseed meal aka flaxmeal. It used to only be found at health food
    > stores, but it has gone mainstream and is available in most grocery
    > stores now. Advice says to store it in the refrigerator.
    >
    > I experimented quite heavily with baked goods-altering recipes to
    > substitute flaxmeal for flour. I never had a satisfying result-it is
    > very difficult to use because of its absorbtion properties. I wanted
    > something good, but usually ended up with "healthy" muffins.
    >
    > I have worked out my methods. First is simply adding a tbsp to your
    > morning oatmeal-unnoticeable stirred in. Another is keeping flaxmeal in
    > a shaker and shaking it onto your jelly or peanut butter toast. It
    > becomes untasteable when adding it to spaghetti or pizza sauce.
    >
    > Medical advice says don't give it to children. Because it has so much
    > fiber it actually counts out as zero net carbs (grams carbs minus grams
    > fiber equals net carbs.)
    >
    > During my first 2 mos of dabbling with low carb, I cut triglycerides in
    > half.


    I've never heard not to give it to children. I've given it to my daughter
    for many years with no ill effects. Ground flax and water makes a good egg
    substitute. I do prefer the brown. Sometimes I use the seeds and sometimes
    the ground. Yes, I know the seeds need to be ground but some recipes I have
    call for a certain amount of seeds, ground.

    It is a laxative so you have to be careful not to overeat it.

    As for lowering cholesterol, I have never heard that and it certainly
    doesn't do that for me.



  4. #4
    A Moose in Love Guest

    Default Re: Flax

    On Nov 29, 11:48*pm, angie-...@webtv.net (z z) wrote:
    > If youarealow carber you have experimented with flax. I consider flaxto beabody's vacuum cleaner. With flax in your diet you won't beneeding cholesterol lowering medications,and its fiberaction is quitepowerfulas well.
    >
    > There is golden flax seed,and dark brown flax seed. I do prefer the
    > golden.
    >
    > I don't buy the seedsand I don't buy the oil-I buy ground up flax seedsakaflaxseed mealakaflaxmeal. It used to only be foundat health foodstores, but it has gone mainstreamand isavailable in most grocerystores now.Advice says to store it in the refrigerator.
    >
    > I experimented quite heavily with baked goods-altering recipes tosubstitute flaxmeal for flour. I never hadasatisfying result-it isvery difficult touse because of itsabsorbtion properties. I wantedsomething good, but usually ended up with "healthy" muffins.
    >
    > I have worked out my methods. First is simplyaddingatbsp to yourmorning oatmeal-unnoticeable stirred in.Another is keeping flaxmeal inashakerand shaking it onto your jelly or peanut butter toast. Itbecomes untasteable whenadding it to spaghetti or pizzasauce.
    >
    > Medicaladvice says don't give it to children. Because it has so muchfiberitactually counts outas zero net carbs (grams carbs minus gramsfiber equals net carbs.)
    >
    > During my first 2 mos of dabbling with low carb, I cut triglycerides inhalf.


    flax seed oil blended together with low fat cottage cheese is an anti-
    cancer remedy. some people have been cured by it. i've also read
    that flax oil on its own, without blending with anything else can help
    cause prostrate cancer in men.
    http://www.beckwithfamily.com/Flax1.html

  5. #5
    Pennyaline Guest

    Default Re: Flax

    On 11/30/2011 5:23 AM, A Moose in Love wrote:

    > flax seed oil blended together with low fat cottage cheese is an anti-
    > cancer remedy. some people have been cured by it.


    Proof, please.


    > i've also read
    > that flax oil on its own, without blending with anything else can help
    > cause prostrate cancer in men.


    "Prostrate," Gracie?

  6. #6
    A Moose in Love Guest

    Default Re: Flax

    On Nov 30, 7:47*am, Pennyaline <norwegianb...@beatifulplummage.huh>
    wrote:
    > On 11/30/2011 5:23 AM, A Moose in Love wrote:
    >
    > > flax seed oil blended together with low fat cottage cheese is an anti-
    > > cancer remedy. *some people have been cured by it.

    >
    > Proof, please.
    >

    google budwig, cottage cheese and flax oil, etc.
    here's an address or two on the diet:
    http://www.cancertutor.com/Cancer/Budwig.html
    http://www.budwigcenter.com/
    http://www.budwigcenter.com/anti-cancer-diet.php


    > > i've also read
    > > that flax oil on its own, without blending with anything else can help
    > > cause prostrate cancer in men.

    >
    > "Prostrate," Gracie?



  7. #7
    A Moose in Love Guest

    Default Re: Flax

    On Nov 30, 7:47*am, Pennyaline <norwegianb...@beatifulplummage.huh>
    wrote:
    > On 11/30/2011 5:23 AM, A Moose in Love wrote:
    >
    > > flax seed oil blended together with low fat cottage cheese is an anti-
    > > cancer remedy. *some people have been cured by it.

    >
    > Proof, please.
    >
    > > i've also read
    > > that flax oil on its own, without blending with anything else can help
    > > cause prostrate cancer in men.

    >
    > "Prostrate," Gracie?


    oooops. prostate.

  8. #8
    Kalmia Guest

    Default Re: Flax

    On Nov 29, 11:48*pm, angie-...@webtv.net (z z) wrote:
    > If you are a low carber you have experimented with flax. I consider flax
    > to be a body's vacuum cleaner. With flax in your diet you won't be
    > needing cholesterol lowering medications, and its fiber action is quite
    > powerful as well.
    >
    > There is golden flax seed, and dark brown flax seed. I do prefer the
    > golden.
    >
    > I don't buy the seeds and I don't buy the oil-I buy ground up flax seeds
    > aka flaxseed meal aka flaxmeal. It used to only be found at health food
    > stores, but it has gone mainstream and is available in most grocery
    > stores now. Advice says to store it in the refrigerator.
    >
    > I experimented quite heavily with baked goods-altering recipes to
    > substitute flaxmeal for flour. I never had a satisfying result-it is
    > very difficult to use because of its absorbtion properties. I wanted
    > something good, but usually ended up with "healthy" muffins.
    >
    > I have worked out my methods. First is simply adding a tbsp to your
    > morning oatmeal-unnoticeable stirred in. Another is keeping flaxmeal in
    > a shaker and shaking it onto your jelly or peanut butter toast. It
    > becomes untasteable when adding it to spaghetti or pizza sauce.
    >
    > Medical advice says don't give it to children. Because it has so much
    > fiber it actually counts out as zero net carbs (grams carbs minus grams
    > fiber equals net carbs.)
    >
    > During my first 2 mos of dabbling with low carb, I cut triglycerides in
    > half.


    I just eat a small spoonful every day - watch out for the teeth tho.
    A lodged seed can be worse than a lodged strawberry seed.

    Hey - I am going to experiment with putting some flax seeds thru my
    spice mill! Thanks for the idea. Something else I can put in my
    smoothie.


  9. #9
    John Kuthe Guest

    Default Re: Flax

    On Nov 30, 6:47*am, Pennyaline <norwegianb...@beatifulplummage.huh>
    wrote:
    > On 11/30/2011 5:23 AM, A Moose in Love wrote:
    >
    > > flax seed oil blended together with low fat cottage cheese is an anti-
    > > cancer remedy. *some people have been cured by it.

    >
    > Proof, please.
    >
    > > i've also read
    > > that flax oil on its own, without blending with anything else can help
    > > cause prostrate cancer in men.

    >
    > "Prostrate," Gracie?


    I'd suffice with evidence. Proof is hard to come by.

    John Kuthe...

  10. #10
    merryb Guest

    Default Re: Flax

    On Nov 29, 10:19*pm, Randy <rbyr...@gmail.com> wrote:
    > On Nov 29, 8:48*pm, angie-...@webtv.net (z z) wrote:
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    > > If you are a low carber you have experimented with flax. I consider flax
    > > to be a body's vacuum cleaner. With flax in your diet you won't be
    > > needing cholesterol lowering medications, and its fiber action is quite
    > > powerful as well.

    >
    > > There is golden flax seed, and dark brown flax seed. I do prefer the
    > > golden.

    >
    > > I don't buy the seeds and I don't buy the oil-I buy ground up flax seeds
    > > aka flaxseed meal aka flaxmeal. It used to only be found at health food
    > > stores, but it has gone mainstream and is available in most grocery
    > > stores now. Advice says to store it in the refrigerator.

    >
    > > I experimented quite heavily with baked goods-altering recipes to
    > > substitute flaxmeal for flour. I never had a satisfying result-it is
    > > very difficult to use because of its absorbtion properties. I wanted
    > > something good, but usually ended up with "healthy" muffins.

    >
    > > I have worked out my methods. First is simply adding a tbsp to your
    > > morning oatmeal-unnoticeable stirred in. Another is keeping flaxmeal in
    > > a shaker and shaking it onto your jelly or peanut butter toast. It
    > > becomes untasteable when adding it to spaghetti or pizza sauce.

    >
    > > Medical advice says don't give it to children. Because it has so much
    > > fiber it actually counts out as zero net carbs (grams carbs minus grams
    > > fiber equals net carbs.)

    >
    > > During my first 2 mos of dabbling with low carb, I cut triglycerides in
    > > half.

    >
    > LOVE flaxseed, I never understand why people try so hard to disguise
    > it in order to get it into their diets. About 5 years ago my husband
    > and I needed to lose weight and he had terrible problems with
    > inflammation in his lower intestine. We started eating 4 - 5
    > Tablespoons of ground flaxseed every morning stirred into nonfat milk.
    > It's basically a cereal so we eat/drink it most every morning. It
    > actually tastes fantastic, especially if you add a teaspoon of maple
    > syrup. Along with some other measures we took to clean up our diets,
    > flaxseed helped us lose about 140 lbs between us. His tummy troubles?
    > Gone. Plus, like you said, it's great for cholesterol. My husband's
    > overall cholesterol count went from 230 to 149. Flax isn't the only
    > factor in that improvement, but it's an important one. Go flax.


    That's pretty impressive!

  11. #11
    Hell Toupee Guest

    Default Re: Flax

    On 11/30/2011 7:20 AM, A Moose in Love wrote:
    > On Nov 30, 7:47 am, Pennyaline<norwegianb...@beatifulplummage.huh>
    > wrote:
    >> On 11/30/2011 5:23 AM, A Moose in Love wrote:
    >>
    >>> flax seed oil blended together with low fat cottage cheese is an anti-
    >>> cancer remedy. some people have been cured by it.

    >>
    >> Proof, please.
    >>

    > google budwig, cottage cheese and flax oil, etc.
    > here's an address or two on the diet:
    > http://www.cancertutor.com/Cancer/Budwig.html
    > http://www.budwigcenter.com/
    > http://www.budwigcenter.com/anti-cancer-diet.php


    That's not proof. Those are testimonials aka advertisements touting a
    quack "cure".

  12. #12
    Pennyaline Guest

    Default Re: Flax

    On 11/30/2011 9:02 AM, John Kuthe wrote:
    > On Nov 30, 6:47 am, Pennyaline<norwegianb...@beatifulplummage.huh>
    > wrote:
    >> On 11/30/2011 5:23 AM, A Moose in Love wrote:
    >>
    >>> flax seed oil blended together with low fat cottage cheese is an anti-
    >>> cancer remedy. some people have been cured by it.

    >>
    >> Proof, please.
    >>
    >>> i've also read
    >>> that flax oil on its own, without blending with anything else can help
    >>> cause prostrate cancer in men.

    >>
    >> "Prostrate," Gracie?

    >
    > I'd suffice with evidence. Proof is hard to come by.


    That still doesn't tell me what "prostrate cancer" is.

    <although I don't doubt you would be>

  13. #13
    ImStillMags Guest

    Default Re: Flax

    On Nov 29, 8:48*pm, angie-...@webtv.net (z z) wrote:

    Here is my flax bread/muffin recipe.


    Flax Meal Bread/Muffins

    2 cups flax seed meal (I grind my own in a coffee grinder)
    1/2 cup coconut or almond flour
    1/2 cup unsweetened organic coconut flakes
    1/2 cup chopped nuts of your choice - I usually use almonds or walnuts
    1/2 cup sunflower, pumpkin, chia, flaxseed....whatever you like
    2 scoops plain whey protein powder (to give the bread more protein) -
    optional
    1 teaspoon each of baking powder and baking soda
    1/2 teaspoon salt
    1/4 cup xylotol, or 2 packets of stevia, or honey or agave or
    whatever sweetner you use. (I've been using molasses, honey, agave
    about 1/3 cup)
    5 beaten eggs
    1 1/2 cup water
    4 tablespoons butter melted
    3 tablespoons coconut oil melted with the butter
    1 teaspoon vanilla or other flavor if you like
    any spice mix you like, pumpkin pie spice is good, or just cinamon,
    etc. a heaping teaspoon full
    some dried cranberries or blueberries or raisins , dates, etc.,
    whatever you like -

    Preheat oven to 350 F. Butter a loaf pan very well. Or if making
    muffins butter the muffin pan really well.


    1) Beat the eggs with the water and melted oil/butter and vanilla

    2) Mix the dry ingredients very well. Make sure there are no lumps of
    baking powder or soda. Add the dry to the wet
    ingredients and beat well for a few seconds till fully
    incorporated.

    3) Pour into pan immediately and bake about one hour and fifteen
    minutes minimum for a loaf pan and about 20-30 minutes for regular
    muffins and even less for the mini muffin pan.(haven't made the mini
    ones yet)


    THIS IS IMPORTANT IF YOU MAKE A LOAF SHAPE. After you take the loaf
    out of the oven, let it cool on a baking rack for a few minutes till
    you can grasp it...go ahead and slice it and let it steam out a
    bit. This bread is VERY dense and very moist and if you go ahead
    and slice it and let it cool, then reassemble it and put it in a bread
    bag it seems to work better and keep better in the fridge without
    getting gummy or wet. I slice it a bit thick and get about 12-14
    slices per loaf.

    You can omit the dried fruit and add finely chopped or shredded
    carrot or finely shredded zucchini.....etc......you get the idea.
    Lots of possibilities and combinations.

    I have a slice for breakfast buttered and toasted and slathered with
    almond butter or sometimes cream cheese. It really satisfies and
    filles me up till lunch. Oh, I put it in a toaster oven, I wouldn't
    trust it in a pop up toaster.

    Here's a recent batch I made with carrots, raisins, pecans, dried
    cranberries and cinnamon


    https://picasaweb.google.com/Sitara8...nWitch#5635651...


    I also use ground flax seeds ( grind them in my coffee grinder and
    keep some in the fridge) in smoothies and sprinkle them on salads
    etc.





  14. #14
    Bryan Guest

    Default Re: Flax

    On Nov 30, 6:47*am, Pennyaline <norwegianb...@beatifulplummage.huh>
    wrote:
    > On 11/30/2011 5:23 AM, A Moose in Love wrote:
    >
    > > flax seed oil blended together with low fat cottage cheese is an anti-
    > > cancer remedy. *some people have been cured by it.

    >
    > Proof, please.
    >

    No one could back up such a stupid statement.

    --Bryan

  15. #15
    A Moose in Love Guest

    Default Re: Flax

    On Nov 30, 11:42*am, Hell Toupee <w...@menull.com> wrote:
    > On 11/30/2011 7:20 AM, A Moosein Love wrote:
    >
    > > On Nov 30, 7:47 am, Pennyalineianb...@beatifulplummage.huh>
    > > wrote:>> On 11/30/2011 5:23 AM, A Moosein Love wrote:

    >
    > >>> flax seed oil blended together with low fat cottage cheeseis an anti->>> cancer remedy. *some people have been cured byit.

    >
    > >> Proof, please.

    >
    > > google budwig, cottage cheese and flax oil, etc.> here's an address or two on the diet:
    > >http://www.cancertutor.com/Cancer/Budwig.html
    > >http://www.budwigcenter.com/
    > >http://www.budwigcenter.com/anti-cancer-diet.php

    >
    > That's not proof. Those are testimonials aka advertisements touting a
    > quack "cure".


    there's a group on yahoo that has more testimonials. that's more
    'proof' testimonials. know, it's not proof. i don't know what you
    would accept for proof. i accept for proof that once in a while
    'radiation' therapy works. my cousin's wife just died. surgery
    followed by radiation therapy. it just ****ed up what remained of her
    life. i'd rather try cottage cheese with flax oil if i get the
    diagnosis of the big 'C'. she paid $6K for a new treatment. she had
    5 of those treatments. they failed big time. she was out $30K. a
    few weeks after the last $6K treatment, she died. were those
    treatments quackery? was radiation quackery? was surgery quackery?
    no thanks. i get the big 'C' i'm going with organic low fat cottage
    cheese and flax oil. if I die, then I die. at least i won't lose my
    hair.

  16. #16
    Bryan Guest

    Default Re: Flax

    On Nov 30, 10:42*am, Hell Toupee <w...@menull.com> wrote:
    > On 11/30/2011 7:20 AM, A Moose in Love wrote:
    >
    > > On Nov 30, 7:47 am, Pennyaline<norwegianb...@beatifulplummage.huh>
    > > wrote:
    > >> On 11/30/2011 5:23 AM, A Moose in Love wrote:

    >
    > >>> flax seed oil blended together with low fat cottage cheese is an anti-
    > >>> cancer remedy. *some people have been cured by it.

    >
    > >> Proof, please.

    >
    > > google budwig, cottage cheese and flax oil, etc.
    > > here's an address or two on the diet:
    > >http://www.cancertutor.com/Cancer/Budwig.html
    > >http://www.budwigcenter.com/
    > >http://www.budwigcenter.com/anti-cancer-diet.php

    >
    > That's not proof. Those are testimonials aka advertisements touting a
    > quack "cure".


    The mOOse is stOOpid.

    --Bryan

  17. #17
    Cheri Guest

    Default Re: Flax

    "ImStillMags" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]...
    On Nov 29, 8:48 pm, angie-...@webtv.net (z z) wrote:

    Here is my flax bread/muffin recipe.


    Flax Meal Bread/Muffins

    2 cups flax seed meal (I grind my own in a coffee grinder)
    1/2 cup coconut or almond flour
    1/2 cup unsweetened organic coconut flakes
    1/2 cup chopped nuts of your choice - I usually use almonds or walnuts
    1/2 cup sunflower, pumpkin, chia, flaxseed....whatever you like
    2 scoops plain whey protein powder (to give the bread more protein) -
    optional
    1 teaspoon each of baking powder and baking soda
    1/2 teaspoon salt
    1/4 cup xylotol, or 2 packets of stevia, or honey or agave or
    whatever sweetner you use. (I've been using molasses, honey, agave
    about 1/3 cup)
    5 beaten eggs
    1 1/2 cup water
    4 tablespoons butter melted
    3 tablespoons coconut oil melted with the butter
    1 teaspoon vanilla or other flavor if you like
    any spice mix you like, pumpkin pie spice is good, or just cinamon,
    etc. a heaping teaspoon full
    some dried cranberries or blueberries or raisins , dates, etc.,
    whatever you like -

    Preheat oven to 350 F. Butter a loaf pan very well. Or if making
    muffins butter the muffin pan really well.


    1) Beat the eggs with the water and melted oil/butter and vanilla

    2) Mix the dry ingredients very well. Make sure there are no lumps of
    baking powder or soda. Add the dry to the wet
    ingredients and beat well for a few seconds till fully
    incorporated.

    3) Pour into pan immediately and bake about one hour and fifteen
    minutes minimum for a loaf pan and about 20-30 minutes for regular
    muffins and even less for the mini muffin pan.(haven't made the mini
    ones yet)


    THIS IS IMPORTANT IF YOU MAKE A LOAF SHAPE. After you take the loaf
    out of the oven, let it cool on a baking rack for a few minutes till
    you can grasp it...go ahead and slice it and let it steam out a
    bit. This bread is VERY dense and very moist and if you go ahead
    and slice it and let it cool, then reassemble it and put it in a bread
    bag it seems to work better and keep better in the fridge without
    getting gummy or wet. I slice it a bit thick and get about 12-14
    slices per loaf.

    You can omit the dried fruit and add finely chopped or shredded
    carrot or finely shredded zucchini.....etc......you get the idea.
    Lots of possibilities and combinations.

    I have a slice for breakfast buttered and toasted and slathered with
    almond butter or sometimes cream cheese. It really satisfies and
    filles me up till lunch. Oh, I put it in a toaster oven, I wouldn't
    trust it in a pop up toaster.

    Here's a recent batch I made with carrots, raisins, pecans, dried
    cranberries and cinnamon


    https://picasaweb.google.com/Sitara8...nWitch#5635651...


    I also use ground flax seeds ( grind them in my coffee grinder and
    keep some in the fridge) in smoothies and sprinkle them on salads
    etc.


    ==========

    This recipe from bdb works really well too. You can add things as you
    choose. I like it just like it toasted really well.

    > 1.5 Cups flax meal
    > 1 tablespoon baking powder
    > 2 tablespoons cinnamon
    > .5 teaspoon salt
    > 6 eggs
    > 18 drops liquid sucralose (6-8 packs splenda to taste)
    > 2 tablespoons olive oil or butter
    >
    > Mix dry ingredients first. Add the rest and mix thoroughly. Spray loaf pan
    > with non-stick spray. Spoon batter and bake at 290 degrees for 30 min,
    > check
    > with knife to make sure center is done. Let cool and slice into 6-8
    > slices.
    >
    > This obviously could be done in muffin pans also but I like the loaf
    > slice.
    > bdb



  18. #18
    Cheri Guest

    Default Re: Flax

    "Kalmia" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:6d28a242-310d-429e-b794-

    Hey - I am going to experiment with putting some flax seeds thru my
    spice mill! Thanks for the idea. Something else I can put in my
    smoothie.


    =============

    This is a good recipe from low carbers group. Quick, easy, and good. I like
    to add a few poppy seeds and some almond flavoring.

    Basic Muffin (cooked in a Mug)

    1/4 cup flax meal
    1/2 tsp baking powder
    1 or 2 packets of Splenda
    1 tsp cinnamon
    1 large egg
    1 T cooking oil or melted butter

    Put the dry ingredients into a coffee mug. Stir well, add egg and oil. Mix
    well. Microwave for a minute or so.

    Dump the muffin out of the coffee mug, slice and top with butter, cream
    cheese or the topping of your choice.


  19. #19
    A Moose in Love Guest

    Default Re: Flax

    On Nov 30, 12:02*pm, Pennyaline <norwegianb...@beatifulplummage.huh>
    wrote:
    > On 11/30/2011 9:02 AM, John Kuthe wrote:
    >
    >
    >
    > > On Nov 30, 6:47 am, Pennyaline<norwegianb...@beatifulplummage.huh>
    > > wrote:
    > >> On 11/30/2011 5:23 AM, A Moose in Love wrote:

    >
    > >>> flax seed oil blended together with low fat cottage cheeseis an anti->>> cancer remedy. *some people have been cured byit.

    >
    > >> Proof, please.

    >
    > >>>i've also read>>>thatflax oil onits own, without blending with anything else can help>>> cause prostrate cancerin men.

    >
    > >> "Prostrate," Gracie?

    >
    > >I'd suffice with evidence. Proofis hard to come by.

    >
    > Thatstill doesn't tell me what "prostrate cancer"is.


    prostrate cancer is a positional cancer. a cancer of the 21'st
    century. it's a unique cancer, as it doesn't attack people, or other
    mammals, reptiles or salt water fish. the position of prostrateness
    is attacked by lil' ole' cancers, and it is that position itself that
    becomes lumpy.

  20. #20
    Bryan Guest

    Default Re: Flax

    On Nov 30, 11:59*am, A Moose in Love <parkstreetboo...@gmail.com>
    wrote:
    > On Nov 30, 11:42*am, Hell Toupee <w...@menull.com> wrote:
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    > > On 11/30/2011 7:20 AM, A Moosein Love wrote:

    >
    > > > On Nov 30, 7:47 am, Pennyalineianb...@beatifulplummage.huh>
    > > > wrote:>> On 11/30/2011 5:23 AM, A Moosein Love wrote:

    >
    > > >>> flax seed oil blended together with low fat cottage cheeseis an anti->>> cancer remedy. *some people have been cured byit.

    >
    > > >> Proof, please.

    >
    > > > google budwig, cottage cheese and flax oil, etc.> here's an address or two on the diet:
    > > >http://www.cancertutor.com/Cancer/Budwig.html
    > > >http://www.budwigcenter.com/
    > > >http://www.budwigcenter.com/anti-cancer-diet.php

    >
    > > That's not proof. Those are testimonials aka advertisements touting a
    > > quack "cure".

    >
    > there's a group on yahoo that has more testimonials. *that's more
    > 'proof' testimonials. *know, it's not proof. *i don't know what you
    > would accept for proof.


    Only a moron would believe that crap.

    Here is an excerpt of the idiocy on one of those websites:
    "Her research has shown the tremendous effects that commercially
    processed fats and oils have in destroying cell membranes and lowering
    the voltage in the cells of our bodies, which then result in chronic
    and terminal disease. What we have forgotten is that we are body
    electric.
    The cells of our body fire electrically. They have a nucleus in the
    center of the cell which is positively charged, and the cell membrane,
    which is the outer lining of the cell, is negatively charged."

    --Bryan

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