I found sesame oil in the Asian food section at our supermarket. Oil is oil,
so it's all fat...but you usually just use a drop or two because it's highly
flavored. (It's really delicious.)
I tried ediets too. It is a good program, but I found that there was too
much cheese on the vegetarian diet. I love cheese in moderation. I might try
it again at some point.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: jaime boothe [mailto:whisper@xxxxxxxxxxxx]
> Sent: Friday, January 19, 2001 8:14 AM
> To: fatfree@xxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: ediets.com
> okay.. so i clicked on a banner for ediets at the fatfree homepage and
> was well impressed.. so much that i immediately signed up. don't get
> me wrong, i'm not usually such an impulsive shopper, but one look at
> the options (low fat, low salt, low sugar, vegetarian, egg free,
> fish-inclusive, non-dairy - i am in option heaven, lol!!) and the
> daily meal plans and i had to give it a go. already it's been a big
> aid to my regular eating habits: i am fast realising that i was never
> getting near enough fruits in my diet, or vegetables or protein..
> can't say that i've actually begun to lose weight, because i am not
> sticking to their exercise or "eat in moderation" regimen ;) BUT i am
> having a great time with the recipes and my little daily menu and
> shopping list.. okay, it may be frivolous, but i think i (probably
> people like me) just needed this little extra push to get on the track
> to healthy eating habits, since none of my friends could care less and
> i'm not exactly so experienced myself!
> (eh, be advised, i am not being paid for this rave! ;)
> anybody know where to get sesame seed oil? and how does it compare
> fat- and nutrient-wise to olive oil and other oils out there?