Sunday, June 19, 2005

Kalyn's Low Carb Coleslaw

In May of 2006 I republished the recipe for Kalyn's Low Carb Coleslaw with a photo.  (At that time it wasn't possible to move the post forward without breaking the link.)   I have removed this old post so the recipe doesn't come up twice in search engines, but I am leaving this page here in case anyone has a bookmark for the old recipe.  

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8 comments:

  1. I am a HUGE coleslaw fan. I even like KFC's.
    I look forward to trying this one.

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  2. I was one of the recipients of this really good coleslaw ( for the Father's Day dinner) and it was everybit as good as KFC's--not really--it was much better!!

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  3. Well now we know this will stay good in the fridge for at least 2 days because I just had the last of it for lunch 2 days later and it was great. I would say by day 3 it would be getting pretty soggy.
    Kalyn

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  4. I promised I would test this using "light" mayo, so this is that report. I thought the light mayo version was very, very good, but I could not honestly say I preferred it over the full fat version. (No surprise, since I am something of a mayo freak.) I think if you are concerned about the fat you could get a very good result by using 1 cup mayo and 1 cup light mayo, and still keep most of that "mayo" flavor. Or if you're more concerned about fat than I am, try the light mayo version, which as I said was very good.

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  5. Print feature doesn't work on this recipe for some reason???

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  6. Anonymous, just tried and it printed just fine for me. You have to click the recipe title until it changes the url in the address bar at the top of your browser, then just print as you normally do. It should work.

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  7. Doesn't South Beach advise opting for full-fat mayo rather than light mayo anyway?

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  8. Jen, in The South Beach Diet Good Fats, Good Carbs guide, both regular and light mayo are rated as "limited." I never use fat free mayo because it has added sugar, and I greatly prefer to use full fat mayo (and use less if possible). I would always check the sugar content before I'd ever buy light mayo. Most mayo has soybean oil (and some new ones even have olive oil) which is considered a "good fat" for South Beach.

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