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Eating right is 100% related to health. Here at eHealth Forum we believe that food affects everything that you do. Your energy. Your mood. Your ability to perform.

Therefore, we invite you use this thread for all of your great diet recipes!

Short and quick recipes are best...maybe something that takes 15-20 minutes to prepare. But whatever you have to share, please pass your experiences alone. We're aiming to build up a store of delicious and easy-to-make food recipes. What's your favorite?
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replied June 3rd, 2010
You are perfectly right that most of our activities and our health issues majorly depends on our diet intake and one have to follow certain plan according to age to be healthy.
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replied July 14th, 2010
I read this recipe from Dukan diet.It`s very simple and tasty.
A simple pancake that is easy to prepare and to cook. If eaten in the morning for breakfast, it will keep you feeling full all morning.

The basic ingredients: Oat bran, wheat bran, egg and fromage blanc.

Mix it all together. Here some herbs and pepper have been added to this savoury pancake.

A drop of light oil in the pan wiped off immediately with a paper kitchen towel before the pan gets too hot prevents the pancake sticking.

Spread out over the pan and cook on a moderate heat.

Flip the pancake over when golden on the underside.
Ingredients (for one pancake)
2 tablespoons oat bran
1 tablespoon wheat bran
1 egg
2 tablespoons fat-free fromage blanc

Notes: Fat-free Fromage blanc is a fat-free cream cheese usually sold in the supermarket in 500g tubs. If you are making 2 pancakes, double up the ingredients, but use just one egg for the two.

• Savoury - Add pepper, herbs and garlic if you like.
• Sweet - Add sweetener or diet food flavourings (nuts, chocolate, etc).

Alternative idea:
• You can substitute the 1 tbsp wheat bran for 1 tbsp oat bran to make a pure oat bran pancake.

Mix the ingredients together in a bowl. If the mixture is too stiff, add a couple of teaspoons of skim milk.

Add a couple of drops of light oil to a frying pan. Wipe off the oil with a sheet of paper kitchen towel.

Spread the mixture in the pan.

Cook on a medium heat until the underside is golden and the upper side starts to dry.

Flip the pancake and cook the other side.

If you make a savoury pancake, add a fried egg if you like. Try some smoked salmon or some low-fat chicken ham. Add some fat free cottage cheese and a sprinkle of herbs.

If you prefer a sweet pancake, serve with some more Fromage blanc if you like or a low-fat yoghurt. There are flavourings available that are sugar and fat free.

With a bit of experimentation, this Dukan Pancake can be made in so many different ways. You will surely find a way of doing it to your satisfaction and you will enjoy it regularly.
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replied May 27th, 2013
That is a good one. But it takes time to prepare.
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replied November 26th, 2014
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Home made yogurt:
You can make 1 liter milk plus a few tsp or half a cup of previous yogurt stock.
Simply heat fresh or powdered milk dissolved in water before it boils (if you have thermometer then you can gauge temperature), remove from heat for abt an hour or when you can dip a clean finger and not be scalded, add the live yogurt culture, cover and set aside for 4-12 hr (or overnight). Afterwards, you can refrigerate whether u decide to add some sugar or not. This could keep for about a week in your ref, and longer when freezed.
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replied June 13th, 2015
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So where are the recipes? Can others share theirs?
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