Comments for Vibrance Nutrition and Fitness https://vibrancenutrition.com Nationwide Nutrition and Fitness Coaching Sat, 19 Nov 2022 21:35:23 +0000 hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=6.1.1 Comment on Spiced Sweet Potato Hash Browns by Thea Dowling https://vibrancenutrition.com/spiced-sweet-potato-hash-browns/#comment-4495 Wed, 04 Apr 2018 14:09:03 +0000 https://vibrancenutrition.com/?p=3194#comment-4495 I tried this recipe a few weeks ago, while the end result was good there were a few steps I would have done differently. Hash browns in general are notoriously hard to make because they have to be dried so much before cooking. For this recipe if you add the salt after rinsing more water will come out of the potatoes. My solution is to add the salt and leave the potatoes to drain for 10mins in a strainer. Then pat them dry again attempting to remove as much moisture as possible. After that is when I add the other spices.

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Comment on VEGETARIAN CHICKEN AND DUMPLINGS by Maj Kaj https://vibrancenutrition.com/vegetarian-chicken-and-dumplings/#comment-4494 Sun, 18 Mar 2018 19:39:17 +0000 https://vibrancenutrition.com/?p=3222#comment-4494 Wonderful flavor! I did use the Chin’n Veat (viggie “chicken” nuggets). The coating came off the nuggets which thickened the broth. Next time, I will use 5 cups of broth. I used 1 tsp herbes de provence and 1 clove garlic, minced and ommitted the kale and red chilies. The dumplings were only so-so… they were a little dense for my taste. This is a very hearty, flavorful kinda-chicken-and-dumplings. I will definitely make this again, and again.

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Comment on VEGETARIAN CHICKEN AND DUMPLINGS by juliet libes https://vibrancenutrition.com/vegetarian-chicken-and-dumplings/#comment-4493 Sun, 18 Mar 2018 19:37:59 +0000 https://vibrancenutrition.com/?p=3222#comment-4493 This is a fantastic recipe. I was googling around for something like this last week because I was sick, and I’m a vegetarian. I love how hearty and flavorful this is. It tastes amazing. I just made it again, careful to cut the mushroom soup into the flour slowly as last time the dumpling mix turned out too moist. I used Amy’s mushroom bisque soup which was amazing in this. I also used gardin chick’n strips, cut them into cubes and discarded the sauce. Amazing.

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Comment on Noodles in Nut Sauce by Miss Cookie https://vibrancenutrition.com/noodles-in-nut-sauce/#comment-4492 Sun, 18 Mar 2018 19:18:20 +0000 https://vibrancenutrition.com/?p=3212#comment-4492 I adore noodles with peanut sauce, and this is a very good version. I didn’t use the full cup of water to thin the sauce (actually, I think I used about a 1/2 cup) and I added some frozen peas for color. Thanks for sharing this quick and tasty recipe!

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Comment on Lacto-Fermented Limey Onions by Aimee Gallo, Vibrance Nutrition https://vibrancenutrition.com/lacto-fermented-limey-onions/#comment-4491 Fri, 02 Feb 2018 18:16:24 +0000 https://vibrancenutrition.com/?p=3143#comment-4491 In reply to Hannah.

You won’t regret it!

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Comment on Lacto-Fermented Limey Onions by Hannah https://vibrancenutrition.com/lacto-fermented-limey-onions/#comment-4490 Sat, 13 Jan 2018 23:17:49 +0000 https://vibrancenutrition.com/?p=3143#comment-4490 love fermented onions. going to try my next batch with lime!

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Comment on The Drama-Free Truth About Protein by Aimee Gallo, Vibrance Nutrition https://vibrancenutrition.com/the-drama-free-truth-about-protein/#comment-4489 Wed, 10 Jan 2018 23:28:12 +0000 http://vibrance.dev/?p=3076#comment-4489 In reply to Jan.

Thanks, Jan! IMO, Bitmoji makes everything brilliant. 😉
Feel free to share the post with active women you know. This message cannot be overshared, especially with the protein bashing trend resurging yet again.

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Comment on The Drama-Free Truth About Protein by Aimee Gallo, Vibrance Nutrition https://vibrancenutrition.com/the-drama-free-truth-about-protein/#comment-4488 Wed, 10 Jan 2018 23:27:35 +0000 http://vibrance.dev/?p=3076#comment-4488 In reply to Erin.

I was lucky that I did not have my food intolerances diagnosed until after I began eating meat. Psychologically it was much easier for me than it would have been had I been the raving animal rights activist who discovered she could no longer have seitan, bread, or tofu.

In considering what works for you, go back to your diet history and pull out key aspects of plans that were positive. This can help you eliminate programs that don’t work for you. Good luck!

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Comment on The Drama-Free Truth About Protein by Jan https://vibrancenutrition.com/the-drama-free-truth-about-protein/#comment-4487 Tue, 28 Nov 2017 19:02:05 +0000 http://vibrance.dev/?p=3076#comment-4487 I think this post is brilliant!

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Comment on The Drama-Free Truth About Protein by Erin https://vibrancenutrition.com/the-drama-free-truth-about-protein/#comment-4486 Tue, 28 Nov 2017 17:37:12 +0000 http://vibrance.dev/?p=3076#comment-4486 Great post, Amy! I abandoned vegetarian to eat meat again when I got diagnosed with leaky gut and had food sensitivities to pretty much everything I regularly ate. I don’t lift/exercise enough as a 5’2 40 y.o. woman, but think it’s crazy that anyone would recommend 50-60 grams protein while boot camping! I did try Ideal Protein for a while, with some results, but couldn’t sustain the cost/eating packaged foods long enough to get to where I wanted to be, plus meat is giving me terrible acid reflux/heartburn lately. Still trying to figure out what works for me…have had most success with WW, and experiment with IF; now looking into Brightlines. LOVE your stuff and following you on your own journeys, keep it up!

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