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Friday, March 26, 2010

List of Foods Products I Have Never Tried Before





Food Ingredients I need to try just for the heck of it because I've never ever tried any of these. I may start trying to incorporate some of these never tasted before things into my life. Have you ever thought about how many things you've never tried before? Some of them I've only heard about since I've become diabetic as they are supposed to be healthy items for a diabetic friendly lifestyle.

1.coconut oil
2.wonton wrappers
3.pomegrante juice
4.agave nectar
5.organic date syrup
6.silicone bakeware products
7.vivagave powder
8.soychips
9.fennel
10.applesauce in a pouch
11.other flavors of applesauce
12.tomato paste in a tube? (saw on tv)
13.gallopaioozas
14.quinoa
15.scones
16.monkey bread
17.papaya
18.passionfruit
19.candied bacon
20.pizza baking stone
21.new flavors of m&m's (haven't had these in years)
22.caramel flavor rice krispie treats
23.more flavors of the fiber one bars
24.stevia & other sweeteners
25.almond paste
26.peanut butter pie (I've never tried this because of the amount of pb it requires I hate to waste that much)!
29.millet
30.nutbutters
21.plum jelly
22.blackberry jam
23.convection oven cooking
24.healthier deep fryer!
25.
This list turned out to be much larger than I thought it would be. Guess I need to do some experimenting at the grocery store.

Have you tried any of the above food grocery items? How did you like them talk about it in the comments. I'm willing to try all of the above I just haven't gotten around to buying them yet.

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6 comments:

  1. There are quite a few things on that list that I haven't tried either, but I can vouch for several. To me a pizza stone is a must if you want a great crispy pizza crust. Look for my whole wheat pizza crust recipe next week on my blog. I also love the tomato paste in a tube. You just squirt out what you need and keep the tube in the fridge. It lasts forever. Also, try the quinoa. It's a super food packed with fiber and protein. Lotsa different ways to make it too!

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  3. What a list! Cant wait for you to be able to cross more and more things off! :)

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  4. :) Thanks for visiting my blog and leaving a comment!

    I want to say...try the peanut butter pie! ;) Its really not a waste in my opinion. One thing on your list that I have been wanting to find is the tomato paste in a tube. I hate how you have to open a whole can for just a few tablespoons. I have yet to find it though.

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  5. I have tried a few of the whole grains, as well as agave and coconut oil. Many of these items have a low glycemic index. Not too fond of millet, but quinoa is good and makes a fabulous salad

    Stopping by from LSB

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  6. Hi Barb,
    Unless you are in the tropics, don't waste your money on buying papaya here. I am from the tropics so I know how a good papaya supposed to taste like. Unfortunately, due to the time it is required to transport the fruit from the tropics to the US, the papayas were harvested before it's mature and as a result, the papayas won't be as sweet or tasty.

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