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3 medium-size green tomatoes, cut into 1/3-inch slices
Salt to taste
Combine egg and buttermilk; set aside.
Combine 1/4 cup all-purpose flour, cornmeal, 1 teaspoon salt, and pepper in a shallow bowl or pan.
Dredge tomato slices in remaining 1/4 cup flour; dip in egg mixture, and dredge in cornmeal mixture.
Pour oil to a depth of 1/4 to 1/2 inch in a large cast-iron skillet; heat to 375°. Drop tomatoes, in batches, into hot oil, and cook 2 minutes on each side or until golden. Drain on paper towels or a rack. Sprinkle hot tomatoes with salt.
Tune in Dr. K Show 610AM WAGG Saturday 9pm CST. Special guest Cora Bledsoe, Gemstone expert. Don't miss Papa Nate and Mama Cassetta talks about organic gardening, also featuring Artist Josie Short. #LOVE#YOU
Just because a cereal is organic, made with whole grains, high in fiber, or studded with flax seeds doesn't mean it's automatically good for you. Organic sugar is still sugar—and a lot of organic cereals pack just as much of the sweet stuff as conventional brands. Don't be fooled by high-fiber cereals, either: They're frequently supplemented with added fiber (read: not as absorbable) to make up for the fact that they're full of over-processed, re...fined grains.What's better: Look for cereals that have less than 6 grams of sugar per serving—these 10 picks are a good place to start—and short ingredients lists. Go for whole grains, freeze-dried fruits, and unprocessed nuts, not artificial sweeteners or added fibers.