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Flatout Healthy Holidays: what to do with leftovers

So, I hope you’ve been enjoying my somewhat dorky videos I’ve been sharing the past three weeks! It has been a great experience, and I think if you watch the videos over again you’ll notice that I grew a lot more comfortable on camera as the weeks progressed. Anyway, my third (and final) installment for Flatout Healthy Holidays just went live this morning! Today, I’m showing you how to make some “leftover sushi” and some baked crackers using Flatout wraps!


Sounds great, right? It does to me at least!



 So – you know what to do now!

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  • Hi,

    Your dad is one of my brother Garry’s clients. Just wanted to let you know that when I pulled up your blog on my ipad, none of the header info was there – it was very sparse. Many web developers use flash and this cannot be seen with Apple products, used by millions of folks. It’s something to think about for the future of your blog as more and more people are turning away from computer use and toward tablets to browse the web.

    • Hi Marcy –

      Thanks for your comment. Actually, my site is not Flash. 🙂 What you were seeing was the format from my mobile detection plugin. I had it installed to detect mobile devices; it gives a sparse layout, but formats to the phone’s screen so the reader doesn’t have to resize/scroll to see the text of the posts. Apparently, the plugin also does the same formatting for iPads, which I wasn’t aware of until recently (as I don’t have an iPad myself). I changed the settings, so the “pretty” format of my blog should be visible now.

      If you ever come across the same “sparse” layout on a blog again, here’s a little trick: if you scroll to the bottom of the page, there will be a link that reads “view full site;” if you click on that, it will bring you to the original site as you would see on a computer screen…pretty format and all! The mobile plugins are just trying to make reading easier for the user in the end…which does unfortunately come at the cost of beauty. Thankfully there is always a way around it 😉

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