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Re: What's your Typical Daily Menu? [Re: Lisa LowCarb] #820442 05/11/13 08:16 PM
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Last night I drak Pepsi and ate an ice cream sandwich, macaroni with mushrooms and tomatoe paste and many blue raspberry small Mr Freeze. This morning I had grape juice and thre toasts. As a snack I had an ice cream sandwich. I ate cheese then put cheese and mushrooms on a frozen small cheese pizza then ate a few bacon hickory potatosticks with Pepsi.

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Last night I drank Pepsi and ate pasta bows with mushrooms and tomatoe paste and the rest of my small blue rapsberry Mr Freeze. This morning I had grape juice and three toasts. I had Pepsi and salted sunflower seeds in shell as a snack. Earlier I had Pepsi and a pork chop with uncooked white potatoes fried in the pork chop greese with extra butter.

Re: What's your Typical Daily Menu? [Re: Lisa LowCarb] #820624 05/13/13 11:05 AM
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After some revelations in my food journal, I recognize that my habit of being spontaneous with meals contributes to poor choices as I tend to make them during my weaker moments of hunger.

So, as much as I detested the thought of a "typical" menu, I'm finding more success with healthful choices and weight loss if I stick (at least loosely) to one.

My breakfasts: cottage cheese with fruit, yogurt or eggs.

My snacks: lite chocolate soy milk, nuts, vegetable juice, fruit, vegetable sticks, tofu, yogurt, cottage cheese, eggs.

My lunches: salads, soups

My dinners: This is where it can get crazy so I will do my best to stick with the following choices: Proteins and vegetables in a variety of ways but NOT battered and fried. NO starches.

My desserts: I'm not a huge dessert eater but can be tempted. I will stick to fruit and low-sugar choices.

My daughter and I will be developing and researching recipes for a low-carb breakfast cookie and other desserts!


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Re: What's your Typical Daily Menu? [Re: Lisa LowCarb] #820721 05/13/13 07:40 PM
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Last night I drak Pepsi and ate bacon hickory potatosticks, macaroni with butter, lemon starbursts and small red Mr Freeze. This morning I had grape juice and two toasts. Then (when i came back from Matane and 2 other times each with a calcium) I had uncooked white potatoes fried in butter with Pepsi, I also ate salted in shells sunflower seeds.

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Last night I ate white rice with tomatoe juice and chocolate and drank Pepsi. This morning I had grape juice and three toasts. Earlier I drank Pepsi and ate french fries from the nearest restaurant and one lemon Starburst.

Re: What's your Typical Daily Menu? [Re: Lisa LowCarb] #821099 05/15/13 07:15 PM
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Last night I drank Pepsi and ate the rest of the french fries with barbecue sauce, white rice with tomatoe juice, bacon hickory potatosticks and chocolate. This morning I had grape juice and three toats. As a snack I had peanuts in shells (i added salt after taking them out of the shells) with Pepsi. Earlier I had cucumber with a steak and Pepsi.

Re: What's your Typical Daily Menu? [Re: Lisa LowCarb] #821103 05/15/13 07:39 PM
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Nancy - I know you like toast for breakfast smile. But it's really important to get protein into you when you start your day. Toast doesn't have protein in it.

Is there any sort of protein-like thing that you'd be interested in for breakfast? Sausages? Hard boiled eggs? Scrambled eggs? A chocolate protein shake?


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Re: What's your Typical Daily Menu? [Re: Lisa LowCarb] #821110 05/15/13 08:11 PM
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I love eggs. And strangely I don't really like ham except for breakfast so I like that with eggs. My eggs I usually eat scramble but I like it cooked in different ways too. I love bacon (who doesnt? haha). Once in a few years I want to eat sausages but the last time was many years before moving here. I hate shakes so that is out. I did find interesting recipes involving eggs and they are either for crockpots or the oven and I never cooked eggs like that so that would be interesting.

Re: What's your Typical Daily Menu? [Re: Lisa LowCarb] #821112 05/15/13 08:21 PM
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Nancy -

That is *awesome* that you love eggs! Eggs are amazing nutritional powerhouses. They have all sorts of important vitamins and minerals in them.

Scrambling eggs only takes a minute or so, could you try scrambling eggs one of these mornings? Or you can make microwaved eggs REALLY easily with one of these -

hard boil eggs in microwave

I have one and *adore* it. It is so so easy. So you do that the night before and they're all ready for you in the fridge in the morning.

Yummm!


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Re: What's your Typical Daily Menu? [Re: Lisa LowCarb] #821367 05/16/13 07:10 PM
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Last night I drank Pepsi and ate peanuts (in shells then added salt) and chicken and brocoli sidekick from Knorr. This morning I had grape juice and four toasts. As a snack I had Pepsi and peanuts (like last night). Earlier I had Pepsi with cucumber, steak and reheated noodles from last night.

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