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Yearly Archives: 2019

Alcohol Consumption: Just a Habit, or More?

Hi, All! Stephanie F. here (there are two of us, you know) to talk with you a bit about alcohol use and eating disorders. While many people think of Spring Break, New Year’s Eve, and football games when they think of alcohol consumption, more than 50% of individuals who struggle with eating disorders also abuse … Read More

Mediterranean Feast

Ingredients ¾ cup diced tomatoes (if in season, otherwise replace veg) ½ cup cucumbers, diced 1 cup chopped lettuce ¼ cup hummus 2 oz chicken 1 tbsp feta cheese 2 kalamata olives 1 tbsp vinaigrette 1 pita (¾ of one pp, evoo, salted, grilled, quartered) 1 lemon wedge   Directions Toss cucumbers and tomatoes with … Read More

Gender-Inclusive Residential Treatment: Breaking the Treatment Binary

Although this is an essay, allow me to start as I do in all my presentations, by listing my privileges: I am a white, straight, cisgender, allosexual, mostly able-bodied, mostly neurotypical, financially stable, well-educated person. These are all things that have made it much more possible for me to be where I am in life … Read More

Creamy Tomato Soup

1 cup = 1 F, 1 O, 2 V serve with grilled cheese for complete dinner exchanges 3 tbsp butter 1 ½ large onions, chopped 72 fluid ounces crushed tomatoes ¾ c flour 1 1/8 tbsp salt ¾ tbsp sugar ~ ½ c lemon juice 1 ½ quarts water, divided ~ ¾ quart half and half … Read More

Waffles

Portion: ½ waffle = 1 starch 1 ½ c flour 1 ½ c whole wheat flour 1 c rolled oats 1 ½ tbsp baking powder ¾ tsp salt 1 ½ pinches nutmeg ~ 2 ½ c 2% low-fat milk 2 tbsp butter, melted and cooled 3 eggs 1 ½ tbsp brown sugar Set waffle maker … Read More