Serves 2 to 4
1 lb. of beef, thinly sliced
1 head of lettuce with large leaves for wrapping
1 carrot, julienned
1 cucumber, julienned
1 cup of asparagus, steamed
1/2 cup of enoki mushrooms
1/2 cup of sprouts
2 tbsp of low sodium soy sauce
2 tbsp of balsamic vinegar
1 tsp of toasted sesame
2 tsp of Stevia (or other type of sweetener)
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• Combine all the marinade ingredients in a bowl.
• Place the beef slices and the marinade in a large Ziploc bag.
• Marinate for 3 hours, turning the bag over every half hour.
• Pan fry or broil the marinated beef without using additional oil.
• Wrap the beef and vegetables with the lettuce leaves and serve.
We were blessed with triplets to cherish and love. Born together, to grow apart, two daughters in our hands and one son in our hearts. I remember being afraid all of the time. Sometimes, it was easier not to think about it, but it didn’t mean I wasn’t afraid. I was afraid of falling. I was afraid I was alienating people. I was afraid of not gaining enough weight. I was afraid for my husband, feeling guilty for having him handle everything at home. Mostly I was afraid of exactly what happened going to that one ultrasound to hear those words, there is no heartbeat. But being afraid didn’t stop it from happening. I was also sad a lot. I was missing out on our foster daughter at home, on my parents’ arrival to help us, on my friends, on my life; it all made me sad. Despite this sadness, I have to admit I liked the time to rest and not having to do housework with a bulging belly. I looked full term at five months, so it was difficult to do almost anything. I also liked having meals brought to me and taken away. The antenatal ward felt like you were catered to: Whatever you wanted, when you wanted it! I did expect people to come visit me. It helped the time pass.
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