Do you need a great colon cleanse?

@theponch (198)
United States
April 13, 2007 8:19am CST
Nutrition today tells that this is an important issue for the diets in the human population. I'm one who loves slow cooker meals and I've come up with a great one recently. Last night we had what I'll call Pork Sour-Spinache. It's a great way to cleanse the colon, provides you with antioxidants, tastes great, and is well balance. All you do is put western style ribs in the cooker add a few more things and you're eating good after a hard days work. Use pork with sourkraut and spinache; it is as easy as pie. First put the ribs on the bottom, use pepper, onion powder, and garlic powder to taste. Top with kraut and spinache. Add salt to taste. Then add half cider vinegar and water proportionately to taste, but not in excess of covering the meat at the bottom. (This advice is good for all slow cooking.) Leave on low 5 to 6 hours or longer if you like. Place over noodles. Eat 'er up!
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@kathy77 (7488)
• Australia
13 Apr 07
Yes well it is very important to have good nutition today, in regards to our diets. Oh this is a simple recipe to cook. Oh dear but if it took this long to cook I would have to stay inside all day and could not go out with the cooker on the crock pot.
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@theponch (198)
• United States
14 Apr 07
In fact I leave my cooker on low each time I make our dinner in the crock. If you fear a fire then do as I directed and put covered in the oven on 375 for at least one and a half hours. You'll still get everything you need from this dish. You'll have a full belly and that is what is most important.