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Tara, I agree, love the Healthy Supper planner, but I also would like to sese simple healthy planners for breakfast and lunch, it would be so much easier to choose healthy meals for the entire day
Hey, Guys.... this is EXACTLY, the type of feedback the editors need. Thanks so much for your input. And, just to be sure they have seen your messages, I will pass them along....
And, in the latest issue, April/May, on page 18. there is a "day planner," with breakfast, snacks, lunch and dinner. Check it out.
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Thanks for passing the messages along, Judy! A meal planner for breakfast, lunch and dinner is a wonderful idea. I'll talk to our food editor, Peggy, about putting one together.
Editor, Healthy Cooking
Hi my name is Kathy i am new here and I want to know about this healthy Supper Planner .
Can You hook me up? i love any help and recipes.
Here is a link to the current menu planner. We're working on expanding the breakfast and lunch options. If you have ideas on how it could be better, please let us know.
Editor, Healthy Cooking
I would like to make the Flavorful Crab Pasta Salad that is on the Healthy Cooking site. It calls for 3/4 cup fat-free mayonnaise and 1/3 cup reduced-fat Italian salad dressing. Does anyone know if the taste would be changed dramatically if I substituted plain reduced fat yogurt for the Italian salad dressing to cut calories and sodium?
Hi, Stubby.... I haven't made this recipe, but it stands to reason the the Italian salad dressing will have Italian flavors that plain yogurt won't... but, I feel sure that you could use the yogurt, and then add the typical Italian herbs and spices, such as oregano, garlic, basil, and any other flavors you particularly like, without the sodium. Hope this helps.
As promised, we're developing a simple worksheet for planning balanced meals for the whole week. If anyone has time to review it in the next day or two, please send me your email address. firstname.lastname@example.org.
We'd like to get your feedback before it goes live on the Web later this month.
Outstanding... good news.
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