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Just found this blog yesterday. I'm going to try the pumpkin pancakes this morning.

Love that the nutritional information is listed for each recipe.

http://carascravings.blogspot.com/
yea, that pumpkin soup on the sidebar looks awesome.
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is there any way you can make this without a dehydrator? I have a ton of super lean deer meat that would be perfect for this.
I believe you can also make jerky using an oven at a very low temp, but you should google around to see the exact method, as I have always used a dehydrator.
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For those of you on a diet break or refeed, here is an excellent recipe for Taco Soup.

Mix the following in a crock pot, simmer for a few hours, and what you end up with is an excellent meal:

1lb Ground Beef or Turkey - Browned & Drained
1 can - Corn
1 can - Black Beans
1 can - Kidney Beans
1 pkg - taco seasoning
1 can - tomato sauce

Sorry I didn't have this posted before, but here are the NV's for above using a 85/15 ground turkey, I prefer to to use the 93/7 but this is what I had available.

Serving Size: 8oz
Servings: approx 8
Cal: 290
Carb: 31
Prot: 20
Fat: 10
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Just found this blog yesterday. I'm going to try the pumpkin pancakes this morning.

Love that the nutritional information is listed for each recipe.

http://carascravings.blogspot.com/
Pretty cool site...where abouts is the nutritional info though? I am having a hard time seeing it...
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There is nutritional information at the end of each recipe for that recipe.



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Pretty cool site...where abouts is the nutritional info though? I am having a hard time seeing it...
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There is nutritional information at the end of each recipe for that recipe.
Hmmm, not seeing it. Maybe it's just certain recipes?...ah well, no worries.
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You're right...I just found a few that didn't have it...

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Hmmm, not seeing it. Maybe it's just certain recipes?...ah well, no worries.
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I believe you can also make jerky using an oven at a very low temp, but you should google around to see the exact method, as I have always used a dehydrator.
Radaar,

To answer your question, you can make jerky in the oven as well. Set the over to 200F for about 2 1/2 hours. Make sure to leave the door slightly open. I do this all the time when I make deer jerky and I actually prefer it over a dehydrator.
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The Cara's Cravings blog seems a little too gourmet for my personal preferences and culinary abilities. The Lowfat Lifestyle site definitely seems worth looking into, though. Are there any other sites or cookbooks you guys recommend? For a little over 6 months now, I've been relying on John Berardi's stuff and, after reading mixed opinions of his work in these forums, I think it's time that I diversify where I'm getting my recipes from.

By the way, if anyone can point me towards any of these types of resources focused on bulking, I would really appreciate it. Thanks!
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http://bodyforlife.com/nutrition/index.asp



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The Cara's Cravings blog seems a little too gourmet for my personal preferences and culinary abilities. The Lowfat Lifestyle site definitely seems worth looking into, though. Are there any other sites or cookbooks you guys recommend? For a little over 6 months now, I've been relying on John Berardi's stuff and, after reading mixed opinions of his work in these forums, I think it's time that I diversify where I'm getting my recipes from.

By the way, if anyone can point me towards any of these types of resources focused on bulking, I would really appreciate it. Thanks!
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