I had a large wooden salad bowl in my office and once a week would assemble the ingredients for this salad. I love the way the cooked egg yolk blends with the dressing when it’s tossed. It’s super filling, tasty, good for you, easy to make on top of a desk and feeds a whole slew of people. I love this salad and so will you!
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A chopped Cobb salad is perfect bariatric fare for the summer when its too hot to cook!
Okay, so we have all heard this before but since we had surgery to lose weight, MAYBE, just maybe we should try a non surgical means of support as well. The best breakfast for Weight Loss? The answer is PROTEIN.
If there are any doubts, see how much of a chicken breast you can eat before you grind to a halt. The pouch still rules! – SML
A classic salad on nearly every menu that is very Bariatric Friendly. The newsflash is that you can make a better version in your own kitchen. A go-to dish when it is Too Hot To Cook!
I buy ready pressed buffalo burgers at The Fresh Market. They are great tasting and very lean. DO NOT OVERCOOK THEM as they will be too dry for a bariatric person or any other human for that matter. DO NOT press the juices out of them while on the grill or we will have to send … Read more »
Bariatric style Romaine Lettuce tacos are very cool and super tasty. Miss Taco Shells? Try these… they are excellent.
Many of us never put a protein shake to our lips before our weight loss surgery and suddenly they are our life. Not all protein is the same. There is a reason many are cheap – there is a reason many taste bad – there is a reason your hair is falling out – there is … Read more »
I have my favorite flavor back. Inspire Pomegranate Razz Berry. We developed this flavor profile for me as I love love love Raspberries and Pomegranate. Always have. When I was a little girl in New Jersey, I would beg my mother to buy … Read more »
Not even a recipe. Just get out a beautiful plate and layer slices of fresh mozzarella, red ripe tomato, basil leaves and a drizzle with balsamic glaze and olive oil… salt and pepper. Maybe a glass of wine.