Mashed Potato Casserole Gluten Free Soy Free

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Most scrapbooks are very expandable so there is room for many pages in one album. All of my cookbooks have measurement charts and converters in them so when making a recipe album it s great to add this information to either the back or the front. During the holidays many people often panic thinking about what side dish recipes to serve. In many cases side dish recipes are almost as important as the actual main course. In most homes during holiday dinners there is at least one serving of some type of vegetable. This would include vegetables like green beans cabbage or corn. Over the years however many families have gotten tired of eating the same old boring vegetables. In order to bring some life to these dishes many people have started spice up their side dish recipes.

The Belgium endive is a natural edible scoop for dipping. Just cut off the ends and peel off the leaves. Make the tofu dip by putting one package of soft or silken tofu in a food processor or blender adding garlic powder cumin paprika and chopped chives or parsley for flavor and color. Season with salt & pepper to taste. Add a little fresh squeezed lemon juice if the mixture is too thick. Process until smooth and creamy. If you are in a rush ready made dips and raw vegetable platters are available in the produce sections of most supermarkets but make a concerted effort to eat only organic if possible. I hope that you enjoy the following dishes. Even though I have cured myself of acid reflux I still cook these recipes on a regular basis. I prefer food slightly under cooked. Feel free to adjust the cooking times and seasonings to your own taste.

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Besides eating the wrong foods not chewing food properly is probably the root cause of this ailment. The Acid reflux condition would not exist without a damaged esophagus and a weakened LES (lower esophageal sphincter). If the condition is to be eliminated healing the esophagus must be the first order of business. During this reflux recovery period eating anything which could irritate or damage the esophagus must be avoided. Things like poorly chewed chips crackers cereal or any hard foods with sharp edges are culinary culprits - they cause little lacerations to develop in the esophagus. Until the lacerations have had a chance to heal spicy foods such as acidic tomato products hot peppers raw garlic and raw onions should also be eliminated from the diet. They just further irritate the condition.

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