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Amy Carlson June 22, 2018

I just made Darya’s Egg Fried Cabbage for breakfast. It was delicious! It is my new go-to meal for when I’m tired and still want to enjoy a healthy, home-cooked meal. I love that it’s grain-free and that it cooks quickly. To keep it gluten-free, I used gluten-free Tamari sauce in lieu of traditional soy sauce. I made extra so I can enjoy it for breakfast, lunch, or dinner later in the week.

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jules June 25, 2018

Nice one Amy!
I’d happily eat this any time of the day too 🙂
Jx

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Susan Stone October 27, 2017

Just made the Beef and Balsamic Salad last night for dinner, and it was simply outstanding. This is definitely going to be on my regular rotation for dinners. We (especially my husband) didn’t even miss the carbs. Hooray!! I used a ribeye steak, my husband’s favorite steak, and it was perfect. Thanks for such a simple, yet extremely tasty recipe.

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jules October 27, 2017

Yay Susan!
So glad you enjoyed it – it’s a fave in our house from way back too.
Reminds me I need to create more steak based dinners
Jx

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amanda martin May 14, 2016

I just signed up tonight and I’m excited to receive my first meal plan. When should I expect to receive the first one in my email? Also, is there a way to indicate that you would prefer not to receive recipes that include fish/lamb? Thank you! Mandy

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jules May 19, 2016

Hi Amanda! The emails are sent each thurs / fri.
And you can easily adapt the recipes to suit. For the fish substitute chicken breast or thigh fillets. And for lamb use beef or pork.
But you can always leave a comment or email me if you need more help with this. Jx

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Mich April 29, 2016

Last weekend, I made the kale with garlic and rosemary as a side to cornbeef instead of cabbage. It was just lovely. There were a few family members that were a bit wary. No one said they didn’t like it and to my surprise my son-in-law went back for seconds. I’m enjoying favourites of the week and look forward to trying mushroom ragu this week.

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jules October 27, 2017

Yay for Kale Mich!
So glad you’re corrupting your family 😉
Jx

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Sarah Phelps February 11, 2016

Hi Jules!

I purchased the “lifetime membership” when you had the special late last year. I plan to make the most of that by working my way through your recipes this year! Unfortunately, I can’t eat any of them (there’s only a handful of things that I can eat – I have several chronic illnesses and they severely limit my diet), but I LOVE cooking (I’m half Middle Eastern) and hubby has loved all the new meals.

In the past week, I’ve made the Fast Roast Fish & Snow Peas, Roast Pesto Chicken & Baby Veg, Asian Beef & Zucchini ‘Noodles’, and Salmon with Zucchini & Brown Rice. I’ve made my own adjustments as I went. For example, fennel is super expensive at the moment, so I used eggplant in the roast chicken / veg recipe instead. Instead of cooking just one tray of veg / chicken, I filled up my oven with sweet potato, pumpkin, bulbs of garlic, etc. I figured if I had the oven on, I might as well fill it up! It meant there was enough for several dinners for hubby, as well as leftovers to take to work for lunch! On the menu tomorrow night is Hugh’s Sweet Potato Gratin, with some lamb chops I have waiting to be used up in the freezer.

My husband has loved everything, and is keen to have them again. He’ll have to wait a little while though – there’s so many new recipes to try!

Thanks again for a fantastic site! I love cooking, but as I’ve become more tired with my chronic illnesses, it’s been harder for me to try new recipes – they have fifty ingredients, and I just don’t have the brain power to deal with that (or the energy to stand in the kitchen for two hours preparing dinner!). Oh, and I should have mentioned that we JERF in this house (Just Eat Real Food). Sugar and processed products lower hubby’s immune system, and he gets sick, so we avoid it as much as possible. So I LOVE the fact that a lot of your recipes fit with that – not heaps of processed foods / sugar in the dinners. I haven’t checked out the desserts yet, but we’ve got a fair few healthy snack / dessert recipes from the I Quit Sugar website. I’ve just been looking for simple, fresh, delicious, inexpensive main meal recipes – and your site is packed full of them! Thank you, thank you, thank you!

I have one question/suggestion.
I love the option to favourite recipes, so that I can come back and easily find the ones that have been a hit with hubby (and with me, in terms of shopping / prep / cooking etc). It would be fantastic if there was also a way to add recipes to a list of “things to try”. I don’t want to add recipes that we want to try to my favourites list, because I’ll end up getting confused about which ones we’ve tried and loved, and which ones we haven’t tried yet, but want to.

xx Sarah

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Sarah Phelps February 11, 2016

Oh, I should have mentioned that I was introduced to your site just last year, through the I Quit Sugar Facebook page! They mentioned you, and I popped over to check out your site, and FELL IN LOVE!

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jules October 27, 2017

Thanks for the suggestion about a ‘things to try’ page – it’s a bit beyond my technical capabilities right now but will add to my list for improvements in the future!

And sorry I missed this message until now
Jx

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Carol Cunningham January 10, 2016

Haven’t checked this site in too long. Will be saving my favorites here from now. The first will be the Fast Trout from this week’s menus; tried it last night, expecting to be “cooking” at least 1/2 hr and leaving LOTS of dishes to wash. But NO! It was truly fast prep, and SUPERB recipe, leaving lots of room for trout flavor. Thanks!

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jules January 14, 2016

Welcome back Carol!
So glad you enjoyed the trout 🙂
Jx

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Samantha Fleming February 17, 2015

Hello,
My Favorites list appears on two pages. I have to toggle back and forth between “previous entries” and “next entries.” Is it possible to have them listed on a single page? Did I somehow set this up this way?
Thanks!

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jules February 18, 2015

I think it’s the settings on my end Samantha… Let me look and see if I can change it. Sorry it’s a bit clunky but good to hear you have lots of favourites!
Jx

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Chris Boyd June 3, 2014

I just made the Chicken Laska and was very pleasantly surprised. Normally I only like the massaman type that is sweet, but with your suggestion to add a little sugar, BANG, I really liked it! My questions are, 1.) how can I ‘favorite’ a recipe from the page we are working from each week, and 2.) how can I made notations as to alterations I made? I used only 1 tsp of the red chili flakes and added 1 t. sugar; as well, I wasn’t sure how much ginger a thumb-size was, so I used 2 T. I’d like to save this info in my favorites if possible…?

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jules June 6, 2014

Glad you liked it Chris!

To save to your favourites just scroll down to the bottom of the recipe page and click on the link that says ‘add to favourites’. A link to that recipe will then appear on your personal ‘my favourites’ page. No one else will see this.

The only way to add a notation is to write it as a comment on the bottom of the recipe page. This will be visible to everyone but I think thats great from a giving other people ideas perspective.

And a thumb sides piece of ginger would be about 2T or a little more.

Jx

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Penny Gibbings February 12, 2014

Hi Jules
In 8 days I have tried 4 of your recipes and am very impressed. Just so nice to buy something different such as chorizo and jalapeno peppers. All so tasty and easy to do.
The fish with the very simple sauce was delicious – had to use salmon as shop had no swordfish. Chicken Piri Piri I did for a quick meal for 5 of us (3 guests) and all loved it! I have great difficulty deciding what to cook and end up getting boring. Trying the spicy beef and houmous tomorrow night!
I think I’ll have problems keeping up with your weekly plans. Really could do with recipes every 2 weeks.
Like the recipes for kids too!
Many thanks

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jules February 20, 2014

Thanks for sharing Penny!

Please don’t feel like you need to ‘keep up’ think about it more just choosing a few things each week… or you could just download every second weeks plan if that’s easier

Jx

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Ginger Jenkins January 12, 2013

Thai Chicken Soup: needs lemongrass and 1 inch of ginger and 4 T of fish sauce, hot chilies and some sugar to taste would be nice.

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Ginger Jenkins November 11, 2012

Notes for next time: Kofta kabobs – 1 additional tsp cumin and red pepper flakes per video

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