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Paleo Mango Coconut Almond Bars with Complete Protein – Cotter Crunch

I made these today.
I switched up some of the ingredients. I used dates instead of mangoes, since my husband is allergic to mangos. I did not use the egg white powder, I used vanilla whey protein powder(I had that on hand) and added chia seeds. Skipped the honey since
dates have plenty of natural sugar. Super easy to make and they taste really good. Better than any store bought protein bar.

http://m.cottercrunch.com/vdewued/articles/56053/Paleo-Mango-Coconut-Almond-Bars-with-Complete-Protein

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3 month Personal Training and Nutrition Program

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Like everyone, I have struggled with my weight over the years. However, I have found a lot of success with weight training, running and eating clean.
I would like to share this information with you as part of a 3 month program.

Program Includes:
Personal Training sessions 3 times per week
Body weight and measurements before and after
Nutrition Planning and recipes
Clean Eating workshop and my book Clean Eating 101

Cost: $149

Refer a friend and you save $10 off of your program cost.

Contact:

Clay Stevens

410-310-5477

clelia.stevens@gmail.com

http://www.clayscleancooking.wordpress.com

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AAAI/ISMA Personal Trainer Certified

625 Railroad Ave

Centreville MD

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Freezing Cooked Rice

When cooking rice I always make extra so that I can freeze it for later.
Wait until it has cooled and store the rice in freezer zip lock bags.
When you are ready to use it, you can add it directly to the recipe you are making, steam it on the stove with a steamer, or if you wish, you can use the microwave oven. If you do use the microwave, add a couple of teaspoons of water before you reheat.
Frozen Rice