RULES: READ 1st
-If the recipe is not my own, a link to the original post will be at the bottom of the post.
-GUIDELINES FOR POSTING A RECIPE:
1) It must be clearly written in a way that can be easily understood.
2) It should be posted in a NEW post on the community, not as As a comment on a post.
3) It is required to list the nutritional value of the recipe (i.e. calorie count per serving, serving size, sodium levels, etc.)
4) Please remember this is a page for *healthy* recipes. (I.e. at least one of the following: low calorie, sugar free, low carb, high protein, gluten free, vegan, vegitarian, fruitarian, organic, diabetic friendly, etc.)
5) Always list the source of your recipe at the bottom of the post. If it is from the internet, copy the link of the recipe & post it in the post. If it is from a cookbook, list the name of the cookbook & the page (There's no need to site publisher, year of print, or print edition; but you may if you would like.)
-If you use one of these recipes, please comment on the post and let us know:
1) How easy/ difficult it was to prepare?
2) Did you and your family/ friends enjoy the meal?
3) If you modified theme recipe in any way, what what did what did you add/ subtract/ change, & did the change work out well?
-If you have any photos of the recipe you tried, please make sure you:
1) Post them on the journal entry that is about that specific recipe.
2) Make sure the photo is well lit (use flash, even if the room has lighting)
3) Make sure the photo isn't blurry.
4) If you have more than 1 photo to post (either in a comment or in your own post, please put each additional photo in an LJ CUT or LJ SPOILER so that they don't make the page laggy. (If you don't know how to do an LJ CUT or LJ SPOILER, --> read thishttp://www.livejournal.com/support/f