I'm not vegetarian, but.....

I was just looking around the rec.food.recipes newsgroup and someone had
posted the following recipe, so I thought I would share. ;o)
Easy Meatless Lasagna
> You won't miss the meat with this easy, three-cheesy pasta dish. >
> 2 cups ricotta cheese or small curd creamed cottage cheese
> 1/2 cup grated Parmesan cheese
> 2 Tbsp chopped fresh parsley
> 1 Tbsp chopped fresh oregano leaves or 1 1/2 tsp dried oregano leaves
> 2 jars (28 ounces each) tomato pasta sauce (any variety)
> 12 uncooked lasagna noodles
> 2 cups shredded mozzarella cheese (8 ounces)
> 1/4 cup grated Parmesan cheese
> Additional shredded mozzarella cheese, if desired
> Heat oven to 350 F. Mix ricotta cheese, 1/2 cup Parmesan cheese, the
> parsley and oregano. Spread 2 cups of the pasta sauce in ungreased
> rectangular pan, 13x9x2 inches; top with 4 uncooked noodles. Spread
> ricotta cheese mixture over noodles. Spread with 2 cups pasta sauce and
> top with 4 noodles; repeat with 2 cups pasta sauce and 4 noodles.
> Sprinkle with 2 cups mozzarella cheese. Spread with remaining pasta
> sauce. Sprinkle with 1/4 cup Parmesan cheese. Cover and bake 30 minutes.
> Uncover and bake about 30 minutes longer or until hot and bubbly.
> Sprinkle with additional mozzarella cheese. Let stand 15 minutes before > cutting. >
> Tips from the Kitchen
> Complete this meal with your favorite tossed salad and crusty Italian > bread.
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Hi all, I've had this it is good, my1dd made it for us a few years back. her and her husband(the one with the new baby) are vegetarians, but they eat fish, have been for years, I call them the "2006 Hippies" but most of what they do is for good, but they try to push it too much some times. they recycle everything they can, are veg. natural childbirth, cloth diapers, breast feeding (all good there) . They want to work on a farm to help make fuel from "natural sources". I on the other hand need to just eat anything but junk food... went to Dr. today for dizzy spells, he says may be derideation(spell) low iron levels,and /or thyroid problems, waiting for blood results to come back. hate to cook, and love fastfood,sodas and sweets. any quick and easy recipes are welcome, any one come cook for me are welcome too :>).did I say I was lazy too!!! Jenny.
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Probably "dehydration" - not drinking enough water, or maybe eating too much salt by comparison with water. Not enough water intake can create a low blood pressure effect, or you might actually have low blood pressure anyway. Either way, not enough oxygen gets to the brain.
Low iron and not breathing deeply enough can lead to not enough oxygen, too. (I am not medically trained in any way; this is just what I've noticed in my own case, having chronically low iron, low thyroid, and low blood pressure.)
In moderation they aren't bad, but I find that I have to work at it to be sure I eat even a minimum of vegetables. It makes a big difference in how well I feel and how the body works, though, so it's worth the effort.
I wish I knew of an exercise program that would let me knit while I do it. :-)
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Richard Eney
MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM Sounds delicious! Now if I can get somebody to make it for me. LOL ...
No, seriously .. maybe I'll attempt it soon ....
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Dee Dee
LOL Jenny ... you sound like me, but mine is not by choice .. I have very little energy, due to illness and med effects. :-)
But yeah .. I need quick and easy solutions too.
I'll never be dehydrated ... I swim around most days .. LOL .. I bought the filtered pitcher .. can't remember the name now .. and since I started to drink water, I crave it. Seems the less you drink, the less you want .. the more you drink .. the more you want.
OH yeah .... and you won't believe this, but I nursed my youngest son (he's 25 now) until he was "3" ... yes .. read it again ... THREE years old!!!
I was in the La Leche group .. and that's why ... but he's a big strapping man now ... all handsome and all .. so maybe mom's milk did SOMETHING good. *wink*
Nice to meet you!
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Dee Dee
You're welcome, Marilyn. :o)
Okay... this is one of those "Have I welcomed you to the RCTY family?" moments again. I am going to have to really start paying close attention so I will remember. Yeah, like that's going to happen. LOL In any case, if I haven't welcomed you before... WELCOME.... if I have, ignore this and chalk it up to another blonde moment. LOL
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*grin* You sound like me... I am not wild about cooking, and would be exceedingly happy if someone else did it... even if I know how. I hate the preparation of meals, it takes sooo long. Besides, also like you, I have that rotten CFS that makes me just not feel up to doing much of anything for long periods of time. When I do get a burst of energy, I try to do as much as I can to make up for what I didn't do before... but then I pay later the same night in pain with the Fibromyalgia screaming at me. Can't win for losing! ;o)
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Stationary bike? Keep your wool in a bag or basket that sits in front, between the handlebars, and pedal away!
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Hi, yes Thank you, still waiting for lab results, says it will be next week, I have been making myself drink more ,and trying to eat some better. bp was 120/70 he said that was ok.still thinks its low iron,and/or thyroid problems.so I hope he calls on Monday. Thank you, Jenny
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Knitting was often done while walking. Socks are a good project for when you are walking. Get a clew (hook to hold a center pull ball of yarn), some wooden needles that will not fall out, and walk along the bubbling brook, through the shaded glen, or along the beach. Of course, I do not walk as fast when I am knitting, and I do not knit as fast when I am walking, but I am just a beginner.
My nephew just puts a ball of yarn in his pocket (big pockets) and crochets as he walks to school (in San Francisco.) He is an artist in art school, and tried crocheting while skateboarding, but the results were gory, and he stopped.
Some knitting projects are exercise in and of themselves. Knitting ganseys has really strengthened my upper arms.
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Thanks for the welcome Gemini. I am mostly a lurker that pops up occasionally when I can answer a question. Which isn't often. But I am learning from everyone on the group and hopefully I won't feel too much of a beginner for too much longer. Marilyn
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