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    Default Looking for an old Lean Line recipe

    Lean Line was a group like Weight Watchers and I used to love their strawberry drink. It had strawberries, milk and ice cubes that you crushed in a blender but I don't remember in what portions. It made a bowl full to eat with a sppon or a big glassful to drink. It made a great in between snack.
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    Default Re: Looking for an old Lean Line recipe

    I found a book on Amazon
    https://www.amazon.com/Diet-Cybernet.../dp/0515029033

    And a forum talking about this diet
    https://www.sparkpeople.com/myspark/...x7143x24604084

    If I were to make what it sounds like I'd use a cup of frozen strawberries, 3 ice cubes, half cup 2% milk and a touch of honey. Like a slush.



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    Default Re: Looking for an old Lean Line recipe

    Thanks Lori, That sounds like the recipe.
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    Default Re: Looking for an old Lean Line recipe

    I'm happy it sounds like it. I forgot I have the Vita-Mix book that came with my mixer. It's so close to the same, but they use 1/2 cup nonfat frozen yogurt and 1/2 cup lowfat milk. It comes out to 131 calories per cup.

    It was interesting to look this up. That diet came from the early 70's. Way ahead of WW. It looked pretty healthy!



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    Default Re: Looking for an old Lean Line recipe

    Quote Originally Posted by Hulamoon View Post
    I'm happy it sounds like it. I forgot I have the Vita-Mix book that came with my mixer. It's so close to the same, but they use 1/2 cup nonfat frozen yogurt and 1/2 cup lowfat milk. It comes out to 131 calories per cup.

    It was interesting to look this up. That diet came from the early 70's. Way ahead of WW. It looked pretty healthy!
    I believe Jean Neidich (sp) actually started WW in May of 1963.
    Last edited by Carol336; October 13th, 2018 at 05:21 AM.

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