Well, tonight I was almost out of the Stevita Delight Choclate Powder I mentioned in the last post. I do most of my ordering at the beginning of the month, and it takes many places five days (at best) to get an order to me.
But I did have on hand some Stevia, in the form […]
Life would not be complete without chocolate.
Discovering that I could not tolerate any dairy products meant, most of all, that almost anything with chocolate sold in an ordinary drugstore, convenience store, or grocery store was out of the question. The exceptions are chocolate soymilk and chocolate powder (not powder for making cocoa or chocolate milk).
Today I worked out a very fast breakfast—probably should have done it long ago, actually. This is especially for the instant-coffee, ice-cube-in-the-coffee, speed-it-up-at-all-costs, sort of person I still am.
This involves preparing the morning shake the night before and putting it in the refrigerator. For me the shake is made of soy milk, a Revival Soy […]
This is a quick recipe for a low-fiber meal replacement that I just invented. I discovered, sadly, that there is a fairly small window between too few grams of fiber a day, and too many. Since my standard meal replacement shake provides 13 gms. of fiber in one nice-sized serving, and two of them provide 26 gms., I’m near my limit. If I then add a high-fiber taco to the
UGH! Breakfast with unsweetened coffee (or whatever), and Unsweetened Soy Shake from Revival Soy? Doesn’t sound very good, does it? Well, I left out the best part. I found, first on the Revival Soy pages and then elsewhere on the web, a very good no-calorie organic sweetener called Stevia, which comes from the stevia rebaudiae plant found in South America. The following copy from Revival Soy sums it up:
An intensely sweet . . .