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Last Post 09-01-2013 7:07 AM by  tracey
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Jenny
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17-09-2010 10:47 AM

    Hiya everyone

    I've been looking for decent recipies for Jasper, as I lose all creativity when deciding how best to prepare.  I've come across this website which seems ok and is actually quite easy to understand as under separate headings. however now I am lost as to what the ingredients are, any clues as to what the following are, eg. what they look like and where I am likely to find them in the supermarket whould be quite useful , hope you find the website useful also:

    http://www.thesca.org.uk/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=69:recipes&catid=32:diet&Itemid=58

    • sugar-free corn meal
    • cracked corn
    • alfalfa pellets
    • jalapeno pepper
    • corn tortillias
    • bisquick mix
    • sugar-free cornbread mix
    • box corn bread
    • egg biscuits
    • cream of tartar
    • jiffy corn muffin mix
    • spirulina
    • etc

    Well there are lots more I've nerver heard of as well  maybe because Im such a fussy easter???  Hope you can help  

     

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    17-09-2010 12:42 PM

    hiya, jalapeno peppers you can get at the super market, they are those small red or green chillis that are very hot, you usually get them on pizzas or on nachos!! Cream of tatar you can also get at supermarket it will be in the baking isle! thats all i know lol

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    17-09-2010 12:44 PM

    oh corn tortillas will also be at supermarket, will be by the "old elpasso" mexican stuff or indian foods!!

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    17-09-2010 4:45 PM
    In fact tortillas are often in with crisps and snacks.

    Cracked corn is plain popcorn, I think.

    I guess you've got an american cookbook there Jenny.
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    18-09-2010 4:09 AM
    Thanks Clare and Helen, I think I may have an american cookbook/website but the website address had uk in it so I thought it was British???
    I'm off to the supermarket later, to see what I can find
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    18-09-2010 4:57 AM
    I think my £1 microwave popcorn maker was the best investment ever, it creates a healthy throwing toy.

    Can I ask the shelf life of some stuff in the fridge?

    Cooked rice

    Cooked chicken

    Cooked 'other meats'

    Cooked Veg

    Salad (does it go mushy before it's actually bad?
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    08-07-2011 8:08 AM
    • sugar-free corn meal  = Pollenta i would guess?? available from most supermarkets
    • bisquick mix = a cake batter mix. i have seen it in the home baking isle at my local sainsbos

     

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    09-01-2013 7:07 AM
    egg biscuits you can get from northern parrots
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