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Another Use For The George Foreman Grill

Chino Wayne | Apr 18, 200212:33 AM     24

Hashbrowns! I was talking to someone today and she said that she uses a waffle iron to prepare low fat hashbrowns. She heats the iron, sprays Pam on it, then throws on her hashbrowns and closes it all up, and voila, hashbrowns that have not been soaking in fat.

Sounds like a perfect application for the Foreman grill, and since there will be no flavor imparted by oil or butter or grease, thrown in some sliced onion, or anything else that comes to mind.

If I ever get off The Liquid Diet I am going to give it a try. Anyone else done this or contemplating doing this, please report back on your results. We may be able to save the Foreman grill from being just another useless kitchen appliance.

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