Feta Dust


There has been the merest suggestion of feta cheese left in the container for several days.  Every day I think I will finish it off, but it seems to regenerate when I am not looking. 

This is a new dressing that I tried – sesame ginger Cole slaw.   It is great on tomatoes, but is fairly potent so I didn’t put it on my salad, too.  It was good used as a dip for Judie McNuggets the other night, and added a nice zing to a chicken, ham, and cheese grilled sandwich. 

Found out that jarred tomato pesto is pretty good on cheeseburgers.  Way better than catsup!


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RV'er, foody, caregiver, knowledge seeker
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9 Responses to Feta Dust

  1. gypsy97 says:

    What I wouldn’t give for that burger on a bun right now. On my low carb diet I desperately miss bread!

    • judilyn says:

      The craving might be your body telling you that something may be amiss. Do you think going without a major food group is helping you?

      • gypsy97 says:

        Absolutely I think I’m doing much better. I’m not carb free by any means, but limiting the foods that are high carb (and low or no sugar) is making me feel so much better and energetic. I worry about about weight loss though.

      • judilyn says:

        Maybe cutting the sugar would be enough, and just limiting carbs. Can you tell which is more deleterious?

  2. gypsy97 says:

    I’ve been reading extensively on this. Both sugar and carbs in excess affect the brain, which is one reason neurosurgeons believe there is such a dramatic increase in Alzheimer’s disease. I know I will die of something, probably to do with my heart, but I sure don’t want to risk dementia.

    I noticed a major improvement in my health once I got over with withdrawal symptoms. I will cheat now and then, such as I plan to do on Thanksgiving and on my birthday (pizza and beer). But by being aware of what I buy, looking at the carb content, I’m astonished at how much I was ingesting.

    • judilyn says:

      Well you know what I eat! ;->. I don’t limit carbs specifically, and sweets are neither here nor there for me. My carbs tend to be whole grains, whole wheat bread, or cooked cereal.

    • Kit says:

      Would it be possible to provide some cites with respect to your research on this issue? Thank you!

  3. taphian says:

    looks good, Judi, virtual hugs, Mitza

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