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Working my way through McDougall cookbooks. (Vegan)

McDougall Starch solution Maximum Weight loss Hclf vegan

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Posted 30 December 2019 - 01:04 PM

I have recently fallen in love with Dr. John McDougall. He espouses a high carb low fat vegan diet and specifically says "the fat you eat is the fat you wear". I discovered him through high carb Hannah (a YouTuber), who is a big fan of his.
I've seen pretty much every talk of his on YouTube and read through his website thoroughly. I have 2 books of his: "the starch solution" and "the McDougall program for maximum weight loss"
I thought it would be fun to go through the recipes in his book and make a thread talking about them and how I liked them. I've discovered MyFitnessPal has a recipe calorie counter.
I'm going to start with maximum weight loss book, because duh.
Hopefully it's something interesting to read and a fun project for me!
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Posted 30 December 2019 - 01:30 PM

I made my first dish, Potato Hash, from the Maximum Weight Loss book, pg 226.

MyFitnessPal nutrition: 4 servings, 119 calories, 26g carbs, 0.8g fat, 3.6g protein

I made exceptions to the recipe in that I didn't peel the potatoes (ain't nobody got time for that), and I used canned corn instead of fresh because it's cheaper. I used a Southwest seasoning instead of poultry seasoning because I didn't want to buy the extra stuff and leave it in my cupboard.

I enjoyed this dish! I liked seeing the colors with the green and red peppers. It also has fresh cilantro which is yummy and reminds me of my favorite Mexican restaurant growing up. 1e73ba2469381ebd728ea0e4315f6029.jpg26a3c4805a3dba5e7bceaa5c99c38cf8.jpg

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Posted 01 January 2020 - 05:47 PM

I made my second dish, Barley Mushroom Soup, from the Maximum Weight Loss book pg 241.

MyFitnessPal nutrition: 4 servings, 133 calories, 28.3g carbs, 0.6g fat, 5.7g protein.

I changed up the recipe in that I made it in my rice cooker. It was a new Christmas toy and I'm liking experimenting with it. Also, the recipe calls for 4 different spices, but I don't have all of them nor the desire to acquire them. So I just used soy sauce, Oriental seasoning, and a clove of garlic. It also has barley, mushrooms, 1 onion, and cabbage.

Seriously, I love this recipe! I could see myself making it again and again. It's making my apartment smell so delicious, and it includes some of my favorite foods: cabbage and mushrooms. Plus, it was 20 degrees Fahrenheit when I woke up this morning, so definitely a soup day.


EDIT: I feel I have to be honest because I sang this recipe's praises when I had first cooked it. The next day it was pretty yuck, and the day after it was even worse. The mushroom has soaked all in and with the Oriental flavor it's just nasty. I'm going to finish it by adding a crap ton of salt and pepper (because I don't want to waste it). I still would make this again, but maybe with less mushroom and more cabbage, or with a different kind of broth.

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Posted 07 January 2020 - 02:25 PM

I made my third dish, Shredded Salad, from the Maximum Weight Loss book, pg 209.

MyFitnessPal nutrition: 6 servings, 68 calories, 15g carbs, 0.5g fat, 3.1g protein

I changed up the recipe in that I took out the sliced radishes and added a cup and a half of sliced mushrooms. Raw radishes are nasty (imho) and I had leftover mushrooms from the mushroom barley soup. I also used extra red cabbage because your girl loves her cabbage. The recipe says to add dressing and then serve, but I prefer to add my dressing at the table.

Fyi- my nutrition facts reflect my changes.

Since Dr McDougall says "the fat you eat is the fat you wear", (ignoring the fact that yesterday I bped an entire package of Oreos) I had to find an oil free dressing. That is a challenging task. I looked at literally every dressing in my grocery store before I found one: Panera bread at home poppyseed dressing. It has water, sugar, vinegar, and orange juice, with less than 2% soybean oil. It is the best I could do, besides making my own.

I had never had jicama, and I actually had to go to a separate grocery store than normal (I went to Walmart instead of my neighborhood one) to find it. It's my first time having jicama, and I like it! It tastes sweet, and you could probably substitute it for apple.

This recipe also calls for turnip, which I had never had before.

I had fun organizing the tomatoes and pretending to be a foodstagrammer.

I used the biggest bowl I own, and there's still a little leftover.

While this was a fun endeavor, I don't think this salad will be in my normal rotation. I spend FOREVER chopping and shredding vegetables, and cut my finger twice. But I'm glad I'm brightening my horizons and trying different things.

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Posted 16 January 2020 - 05:16 PM

I made my fourth dish, Frozen Hash Brown Potatoes, from the Maximum Weight Loss book, pg 227.

MyFitnessPal nutrition: 9 servings, 70 calories, 16g carbs, 0g fat, 2g protein.

This feels like a bit of a cheat, but it really is in the book so .

My next recipe was intended to be the Texan Vegetable Casserole, but my car is not functional right now and I can't go to the grocery store to get the ingredients. It should be back on the road on Monday.

I was at Family Dollar getting other food stuff and saw this totally compliant bag of potatoes. The brand is OreIda Thick Cut Hash Brown Potatoes. There is no added oil, just potatoes and dextrose. I really don't want this thread to die lol.

There's not much else to say. I put them on parchment paper and put these in the oven at 400 degrees Fahrenheit. I didn't time it, just waited til they were brown. I'm topping them with ketchup and enjoying it for dinner.042d0e8b4bd759b024e73416f80c3fd6.jpg

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Posted 17 January 2020 - 03:46 PM

I'm interested in buying the book because all the recipes so far are about my calorie limit for one meal. Are you sure the calorie count is correct? Lmao, the meals seem like they'd be so much more, I'm actually scared

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Posted 17 January 2020 - 05:59 PM

I'm interested in buying the book because all the recipes so far are about my calorie limit for one meal. Are you sure the calorie count is correct? Lmao, the meals seem like they'd be so much more, I'm actually scared

I use the recipe calculator on MyFitnessPal. You write how many servings and the ingredients and it figures it out from there.
McDougall has small portions though. I usually eat 2.
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Posted 25 January 2020 - 12:47 PM

I made my fifth dish, Quinoa Salad, from the Maximum Weight Loss book, pg 246.

MyFitnessPal nutrition: 6 servings, 186 calories, 33.1g carbs, 2.7g fat, 7.6g protein.

I altered the recipe (are you sensing a theme here?) in that it called for 1 cup of quinoa but I used a cup and a half. The original calories would have been lower.

He also calls for 2 types of fresh herbs. I chose dill and cilantro. This is the second time I have cooked with fresh cilantro (the first being the potato hash) and I'm realizing that this Mexican restaurant I loved as a kid, I probably just loved it because they drenched everything in cilantro. I was living for it haha.

For chopped tomato I got those gourmet medley tomatoes where they're all different colors. It's yummy and makes me feel fancy.

The dressing was supposed to be white vinegar but I used apple cider vinegar because I didn't want to buy another type of vinegar.

So this is wicked yummy. I could definitely see this becoming part of my regular meal schedule. I could also see myself adding other vegetables like carrots or using a different grain, like barley. Yum!!

And on a side note - I'm very glad my car is in commission again. Family Dollar is great, but not a grocery store, and I like having access to fresh produce. #fooddesertproblems8ed84d99cc1912a3154f8c64fa324c1c.jpg

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Posted 25 January 2020 - 07:07 PM

Following! These recipes look great! I also was not aware that there was a recipe calorie counting thing on mfp! Thanks for sharing! :)


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Posted 26 January 2020 - 10:13 PM

Following! These recipes look great! I also was not aware that there was a recipe calorie counting thing on mfp! Thanks for sharing! :)

Ah I'm glad people are reading this & liking it!! It makes me smile because I really just wrote it for notes for myself & a little thing to do, so it's nice others like it too. 👍
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Posted 06 February 2020 - 01:39 PM

I made my sixth dish, Potato Ratatouille, from the Maximum Weight Loss book, pg 262.

MyFitnessPal nutrition: 10 (small) servings, 78 calories, 16.8g carbs, 0.5g fat, 3g protein.

I altered this recipe A LOT. The directions didn't make sense to me, mainly because I don't have a big enough dish/burner for the ingredients listed. So I did some online research on ratatouille, a vegetable stew from the south of France. As an aside, I had never had ratatouille before.

I followed the directions from this site -
https://www.onceupon...atatouille.html - only with McDougall's ingredients. First I pan-fried the onions and garlic, then the green peppers, then the zucchini. I used water for frying, even though I was tempted to reach for the oil. Then I took out my soup pot and boiled the potatoes, then added the tomatoes (which I added extra lol). I let it cool down and then added the pan-fried vegetables. I also added some McCormick vegetable seasoning blend, instead of the spices listed.

The picture is actually 2 servings, and my lunch.

I ended with a yummy vegetable dish that makes my apartment smell heavenly. I have no idea if this is anything close to authentic Provencal ratatouille, but it is tasty.
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Posted 06 February 2020 - 03:40 PM

I’ve made his gravy and it was AMAZING. Also the muffins.


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Posted 07 February 2020 - 02:25 PM

I’ve made his gravy and it was AMAZING. Also the muffins.


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It's so cool to meet other McDougallers!
He actually has a forum on his website that I've been lurking on, but it's not mobile friendly at all so I haven't posted anything lol.
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Posted 02 April 2020 - 02:19 PM

I made my seventh dish, Sabek's Tabouli, from his maximum weight loss book, pg 247

MyFitnessPal nutrition: 6 servings, 248 calories, 43.6g carbs, 0.8g fat, 19.6g protein

I was trying to hold back on updating this thread on the account of an international pandemic, but my stress has been pretty bad lately, like to the point of me bursting into tears this morning. I needed a distraction, and cooking was a perfect idea.

I altered this recipe a lot, as per my usual method of cooking. Recipes are more just guidelines right? I've found the more comfortable you get in the kitchen the less you want to follow a recipe to a T.

I bought bulgur, a brand new ingredient to me. I cooked it up and I liked it a lot, but I could not picture making a grain salad from it. It seemed to me more like a porridge. I googled Tabouli and saw that others have made it with quinoa, but I just made a quinoa salad and I felt like it'd be pretty much the same thing. I was thinking and trying to come up with something because I had the other ingredients in my fridge, and I meal prepped some lentils. Then I thought, oh, I can make this with lentils!

I cooked up six servings of lentils, then added the romaine, parsley, mint, scallions, lemon juice, and soy sauce. I ended up with something no one who normally eats Tabouli would ever call that, but a very filling and hearty dish. I am pleased with my efforts. Of course if you made it with the bulgur it'd be lower in calories, but I think I did okay, and I stopped hysterically crying, so I'm counting it as a win!153b5dd754e17db0e79792173ea1cc82.jpg

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Posted 16 April 2020 - 01:56 PM

I made my eighth dish, Couscous and orange cereal, from the Maximum Weight Loss book, pg 223.

MyFitnessPal nutrition: 3 servings, 208 calories, 44.9g carbs, 1.1g fat, 6.8g protein.

It originally said only 2 servings, but I added extra couscous and bumped it up to 3 servings.

Also it doesn't specify what kind of couscous, but I had pearl couscous so I used that.

For some reason the recipe called for honey? Which I didn't want to use because a- it's iffy if it's vegan (different people say different things on that), and b- I don't have any. So instead I used pure maple syrup from a place near my parents house

This is good! Very sweet, but it doesn't bother me because I have a raging sweet tooth. Even though this is a breakfast food I am going to eat it for dinner.

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Posted 23 April 2020 - 11:16 AM

I made my ninth dish, Hot Cereal, from the Maximum Weight Loss book pg. 227

MyFitnessPal nutrition: 1 serving, 239 calories, 53.9g carbs, 1.3g fat, 6.9g protein

Is it a cheat when this is a normal breakfast? Maybe. Do I care? No.

I used Bob's Red Mill 10 grain hot cereal. I am partial to that brand.

For chopped fruit I used half a banana and half an apple. I didn't have any pears. I weighed the amount so my calorie count would be accurate.

I also added a teaspoon of cinnamon.

A yummy breakfast! I make this quite often, only usually a whole banana instead of half, and no apple. Sometimes I add maple syrup, but McDougall says no so I didn't.
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Posted 27 April 2020 - 03:00 PM

I made my first dish, Potato Hash, from the Maximum Weight Loss book, pg 226.

MyFitnessPal nutrition: 4 servings, 119 calories, 26g carbs, 0.8g fat, 3.6g protein

I made exceptions to the recipe in that I didn't peel the potatoes (ain't nobody got time for that), and I used canned corn instead of fresh because it's cheaper. I used a Southwest seasoning instead of poultry seasoning because I didn't want to buy the extra stuff and leave it in my cupboard.

I enjoyed this dish! I liked seeing the colors with the green and red peppers. It also has fresh cilantro which is yummy and reminds me of my favorite Mexican restaurant growing up. 1e73ba2469381ebd728ea0e4315f6029.jpg26a3c4805a3dba5e7bceaa5c99c38cf8.jpg

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I love John McDougall!! I have his Starch Solution book too. Can you give the recipe for this hash? I know you posted the picture of it, but I'm having trouble reading it. Thanks!

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Posted 27 April 2020 - 03:05 PM

You're inspiring me to buy the maximum weight loss book. I see it's on Kobo. Everything seems pretty low cal right? Do you find it filling? I'm not following the starch solution right now, and currently eating a lot of protein to feel fuller since I'm a low restrictor. Can you feel just as full with these recipes?

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Posted 27 April 2020 - 03:34 PM

I love John McDougall!! I have his Starch Solution book too. Can you give the recipe for this hash? I know you posted the picture of it, but I'm having trouble reading it. Thanks!

I'm not home right now, but I'll type out the recipe for you tomorrow!
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Posted 27 April 2020 - 03:35 PM

You're inspiring me to buy the maximum weight loss book. I see it's on Kobo. Everything seems pretty low cal right? Do you find it filling? I'm not following the starch solution right now, and currently eating a lot of protein to feel fuller since I'm a low restrictor. Can you feel just as full with these recipes?

So, I adore McDougall too. He allows potatoes & rice and eschews meat so he's a man after my own heart.
It's all pretty low calorie, but the servings are small. But I'm a volume eater (I like to eat low calorie dense food) so I'll eat 2 servings at once.
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