On Mon, 16 Nov 1998 14:45:56 +1030 kirsten.andrews@xxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
> However, as someone who *loves* her food, I did this mainly by
> relying on high carbohydrate dishes to 'fill me up' - pasta,
> potatoes, bread etc and have not maintained a high protein intake.
I recommend the software at www.dietwatch.com for tracking nutrient
intake. It can help tune a diet to meet any personal intake goals.
> I would be *really * grateful for general tips on tofu or tempeh and any low
> carbohydrate recipes any members use.
I renamed the subject to higher protein rather than low carb, because
since this is a very low fat diet list, a diet that is both low carb
and very low fat would have to be upward of 70% calories protein and I
doubt that is what your advisor is recommending. While nutrition
discussion is off-topic here, requesting higher protein/lower carb
recipes is perfectly OK.
I don't make many fussy dishes these days, some of my higher protein dishes
and snacks include:
Healthy Choice string cheese snacks: 8 grams protein, low fat, low
Sliced baked tofu stir fried with bottled szechuan or teriaki sauce.
Canned chili beans: 12 gram protein per cup
Eden soy extra soy milk: 10 grams protein per cup
Turtle Island Foods SuperBurgers (tempeh and wild rice burgers): 12
grams protein per patty
Michelle Dick artemis@xxxxxxxxx East Palo Alto, CA