I have a suggestion for lowering the fat content of peanut butter while increasing your soy intake. I buy reduced-fat natural-style peanut butter and blend it in my food processor with an equal amount of low-fat silken tofu. The mixture that results is very smooth and creamy yet has just enough peanutty taste. Barbara D., Lansing, Michigan
I like to make what I call “stuffed” chicken legs. I remove the skin, and I coat them in chicken…
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