Easy Fat Free Hummus: Canned Beans and Simple Spices Make Hummus an Everyday Dip

Easy Fat Free Hummus: Canned Beans and Simple Spices Make Hummus an Everyday Dip

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Following a low fat diet does not mean sacrificing taste. Dips and spreads are often laden with fat, but using ingredients rich in flavor rather than rich in calories transforms dips from an occasional splurge to an everyday staple. Better than Butters Eliminating spreads that are high in saturated or trans fats can have a hugely positive effect on overall health. In addition to the dangers of consuming trans fats, which include a greater risk for developing heart disease and some cancers, one tablespoon of butter, margarine or mayonnaise contains a whopping 100 calories. It is easy to see how conventional spreads can spell diet sabotage. Low fat dips make an excellent replacement for butter, margarine, mayonnaise or even peanut butter in sandwiches and wraps. Perfect seasonings, coupled with the…
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XHOSA CUISINE

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Resident Women prepare authentic Xhosa dishes in black  iron pots flamed on a traditional open fire. The unique flavours ofAfricaare enjoyed in recipes past down from the ancestors and well received by appreciative guests. Traditional Xhosa meal: Succulent lamb, samp, pumpkin/sweet potatoes, mixed veggies/spinach, steam bread with cheese & jam, fruit and cool drinks. Sosatie and Roosterkoek:Traditional chicken and ostrich kebab with delicious roasted bread. Pap en Vleis or Wors: Xhosa beef sausage or lamb/beef with tomato stew & thick corn porridge. Steam Bread: Freshly made Xhosa steam bread with butter, cheese and jam. Roosterkoek: Roasted bread with butter, cheese and jam.
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