Once you cut meat out of your diet for five days a week, you'll find that you will eat less of it on the two days you do eat it. Most people eat much more meat than they should, 3 ounces is really all anyone needs. I've been dipping into a new cookbook called Almost Meatless by Joy Manning and Tara Mataraza Desmond. The book has lots of recipes designed to use very little meat and it works. The meat forms a supporting role in the meal rather than being the star. In fact, you'll notice that chicken isn't even mentioned in the recipe title. I got lazy and didn't actually wrap them, but they were pretty delicious anyway. I used boneless, skinless chicken breasts, because my husband doesn't like the dark meat.I also used lemon juice rather than orange juice, which would have made it a bit sweeter. This recipe serves four.
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