Monday, 28 June 2010

Lose Weight July 4th by Incorporating Water Fun Seaweed as Healthy Food Staple into Desperate to Lose Weight Diet
People are desperate to lose weight. Surveys show that women are more likely to seek out ways to lose weight and they want to find ways to lose weight that work. A new diet for women that has recently surfaced is based on the healthy food of seaweed. Have some water fun and explore how to incorporate the healthy food of seaweed into your daily diet and lose weight fast and healthy. It is almost July 4th and the barbecue and cookouts are right around the corner. Instead of the same old grilled hamburger and dogs, why not try something different. Seaweed has been found to have unusual properties of stopping the body from absorbing all of the fat found in foods. Seaweed has a natural fiber that can reduce the bodyĆ¢€™s fat retention by approximately 70 percent. Research is still being done to determine how to access and utilize seaweed in a way that is healthy and productive for all. Try incorporating seaweed in modest amounts into the July 4th Independence Day salads. This is a great way to incorporate the healthy benefits of the seaweed that is almost unnoticeable to most. Just think, you can eat the salad, and eat other items as well and possibly lose more weight than you would have otherwise because the seaweed may help prevent fat absorption by your body. Seaweed could be the next American healthy food staple. Happy Eating.

Sunday, 27 June 2010

seaweed recipe sea string and some lettuce with a bowl of roasted butternut squash with garlic and pinenuts on top of a bed of rocket!
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Tuesday, 22 June 2010

Harvest seaweed from a site that you trust for cleanliness. Steer clear of locations that are known to be contaminated with human waste or chemicals.
Step 2
Wash the seaweed, taking particular care to remove visible debris. Washing with detergent is unnecessary; simply rinsing under plain running water with slight agitation will be sufficient to loosen impurities.

Step 3
Dehydrate at a high enough temperature to evaporate water quickly to avoid mold growth, but low enough temperature to avoid the seaweed being "cooked" instead of dried. Seaweed should dry in six to 16 hours, and should be leathery when done. If using an electric dehydrator, set it on the same setting that you use for other vegetables. If using a solar dehydrator, temperature and humidity are going to be important to your ability to dehydrate. Typically you need three to four days of temperatures higher than 100 degrees F to dehydrate successfully, and very low humidity. This is also true when using a drying rack, with the added need for adequate ventilation for the seaweed on all sides, in order to dehydrate evenly and completely.

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