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Old 03-27-2007, 11:08 AM   #1
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Breakfast: smoked wild salmon (abt. 4 oz.), a thing of steamed asparagus
Snack: a pear, some cashews
Lunch: one of those make-your-own salads at Brueggers (sans the bagel): lettuce, chicken, mandarin orange, almonds, some kind of balsamic vinagrette
Dinner: spinach salad with 2 hardboiled eggs, an avocado, olives and olive oil
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Old 03-28-2007, 10:03 AM   #2
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breakfast: 2 eggs, 3 strips bacon
lunch: salad w/ spinach, 4 oz salmon, ~10 carrot sticks, 1 avocado
snack: a pear, some mixed nuts
dinner: pork chops...maybe 6 ounces or so

I'm really not into eating at all lately. Maybe the heat? Hopefully getting my AC fixed in my car will help, or maybe I need to cook some yummy soup.
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Old 03-28-2007, 11:41 AM   #3
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I'm really not into eating at all lately. Maybe the heat? Hopefully getting my AC fixed in my car will help, or maybe I need to cook some yummy soup.
I've always found the opposite to be true for me....slow cooker/soup type stuff in the colder weather appeals to me. In warmer weather I couldn't care less.
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I've always found the opposite to be true for me....slow cooker/soup type stuff in the colder weather appeals to me. In warmer weather I couldn't care less.
I just have an easier time getting myself to drink a cup o' soup than eating a big meal.
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Okay, this is what a cheat day looks like.

Breakfast: nothing (had to be at work earlier than usual)

Early Lunch: free food at work: chicken and a salad...I had a lot of chicken

Snack: a pear and some nuts

Second snack: My coworker went to Europe and brought back some Swiss chocolate. I figured it would have fewer cockroaches and I haven't had chocolate in almost a month. I ate I think seven or eight squares. I also had about three caramels from the province of Normandy in France, one of which had Calvados (an apple liquer) in it. And a couple hard candies from Italy.

Dinner: leftover porkchops from yesterday--about 6 ounces. An avocado since I was still hungry and an orange since I cheated so much today anyway. Still I bet that I'm somewhere close to Zone ratios.

I'm supposed to go to two Passover things next week (Monday and Saturday) so will have to watch myself... Though I signed up to bring dessert which will be a lovely fruit salad.
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brunch: the last of the damn porkchops and an avocado
linner: boston market chicken plus a side of string beans and a side of potatoes (no i didn't eat the cornbread and those sides are maybe like 1/4 serving)
snack: an apple and some mixed nuts. also earlier i had some coconut water.
lunses: more chicken

I kinda cycle through protein sources it seems.
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