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Old 03-29-2010, 04:24 PM   #2851
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Old 03-29-2010, 05:23 PM   #2852
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Looks really good but strawberries and coconut aren't allowed yet right?
Hi, I started induction at the beginning of last month and stayed on it for 3 weeks, went on holiday and had a carb blowout for a week () then came back, went on induction again for 2 weeks, thought I was safe to move into OWL (that's when I made the muffins) but now realised NO! I'm so not over cravings and addictions yet and must once again, go back on induction.

I blame it all on my new pill, notorious for turning you into a complete cookie monster!

Ironic, I love cooking, but I'm crap at baking
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Old 03-29-2010, 06:35 PM   #2853
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i think one of my big problems is planning the day's meals to be a total of 20 or less.. ..
if i gave a list of the induction foods i have in my home, could one of you help me figure out a few different day's worth of menues??
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Old 03-29-2010, 06:41 PM   #2854
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Awlass - have you tried going on the Atkins website and printing off the 1 or 2 week meal plan? It will give you a carb count (of course you can tweak a few recipes to suit you or use up what's in the fridge) and make things easier for you.

I did this on induction first time round and it worked really well.
This time round, I feel like I'm definately going over 20g so might resort back to that
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Old 03-29-2010, 06:44 PM   #2855
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i think one of my big problems is planning the day's meals to be a total of 20 or less.. ..
if i gave a list of the induction foods i have in my home, could one of you help me figure out a few different day's worth of menues??
Sock it to me. I'll help!
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Old 03-29-2010, 07:39 PM   #2856
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i think one of my big problems is planning the day's meals to be a total of 20 or less.. ..
if i gave a list of the induction foods i have in my home, could one of you help me figure out a few different day's worth of menues??
I don't have Linda Sue's website handy on this computer, does anyone else? She has menus all planned out with her recipes. If nobody comes back with it, I'll find it for you.
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Old 03-29-2010, 08:16 PM   #2857
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I broke it into categories for you If theres anything on here that isnt meant for induction, please let me know. Is diet soda allowed?? like 1 can a week or something?


Veggies
1 can straw mushrooms
1 can black olives
1 can del monte diced tomatoes (1/2c = 4 net carbs < NC >)
3 - 15oz cans pure pumpkin puree
1 jar green olives with seeds
1/8 jar banana peppers
Medium spaghetti squash
2 stalks celery
1 cup fresh spinach
˝ onion
1 lb green beans
˝ cabbage
8 roma tomatoes
4 ˝ avocados
3 ˝ lbs frozen broccoli

Condiments
butter with canola oil
EVOO
Light Olive oil
vegetable oil
sour cream
8 oz cream cheese
light ranch
splenda
hotsauce (1NC per teaspoon)
2 packets lipton onion soup mix
1 can coconut milk (1/3 c = 2NC)
1 c garlic cloves
˝ c minced garlic
2 c Mexican 4 cheese blend

Protein
3 cans tuna in water
2 cans sardines in olive oil
Hebrew national hot dogs (2NC each)
8 eggs
6 oz hamburger
˝ lb lamb
1 lb ground turkey
10 – 14 oz turkey breast (cooked then frozen)
10 chicken breasts (boneless skinless)
4 chicken thighs (boneless skinless)
giant bag vanilla protein powder

Pre-made Items
4 piece LC pizza (3.5NC each)
9 oopsies (2 cheese, 3 jalapeno & cheese, 4 plain)

Drinks
tea – green; chamomile; mint blend
wyler’s light pink lemonade packets
emergen-C orange flavor
coffee
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Old 03-29-2010, 08:17 PM   #2858
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I don't have Linda Sue's website handy on this computer, does anyone else? She has menus all planned out with her recipes. If nobody comes back with it, I'll find it for you.
i have her site bookmarked along with cleos
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Old 03-29-2010, 08:29 PM   #2859
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Has anyone put together some Induction Easter Menus?
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Old 03-29-2010, 08:32 PM   #2860
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What are easter type meals? Like hammy things? Cheesecake? Hammy cheesecake? Hamcake?
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hahaa...yeah I guess...lamb, ham, etc...just wanted some easter food-porn to prepare for this weekend...
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For lamb, I have a gyro recipe that was popular at my house. Most recipes are at my blog along the right side if any tickle you.

This is just stream of consciousness. Here goes:

Make ahead Sunday: cooked ground beef, chopped veggies, shred cheeses, make oopsies, flax crackers, chicken breasts

Breakfast ideas (5 or less carbs):
Tex Mex omelet
Oopsie waffles
Scrambled eggs with bacon
Flax cracker w/cream cheese
Green eggs and ham (food coloring for fun)
Egg Mcmuffin on an Oopsie roll

Lunch or Dinner (5ish-7ish carbs):
Oopsie BLTC(heese)
Taco salad
Oopsie Reuben sandwich
Bunless bacon, guac burger
Deviled eggs, brats
Chicken breasts with dill and mustard
Chicken Chipotle bowl
Shredded chicken Caesar Salad
Gyros with Tzaziki Sauce
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Old 03-30-2010, 10:55 AM   #2863
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Yeah...Ham or Lamb on Easter.
And...Cheesecake! Made w/Splenda and crustless or use almond flour if you need a crust.
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Old 03-30-2010, 12:29 PM   #2864
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Dinner last night - hamburger, onion, cabbage, hot sauce and cheese, with sour cream, 1/2 avacado and a roma tomato


lunch today - jalapeno cheddar oopsie with cabbage, lamb, and 1 T light ranch
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Old 03-30-2010, 01:22 PM   #2865
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Oh, you already have Linda Sues site? Well she has a whole section of menus there, that should be able to help you out.

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Old 03-30-2010, 04:32 PM   #2866
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I love cheesy cabbage. Yum yum.
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Old 03-30-2010, 05:18 PM   #2867
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Brekkers: spinach & tuna scramble. topped with mex 4 cheese blend and harrissa! (thats from tunisia, its a spicy pepper paste.. soooo tasty!)


Oh my that looks sooo good. Can I have the recipe
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Old 03-30-2010, 05:19 PM   #2868
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Old 03-30-2010, 06:43 PM   #2869
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Tonight i made Jamie Oliver's Favorite American Chopped Salad. I got the recipe from here


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Old 03-30-2010, 06:50 PM   #2870
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Oh my that looks sooo good. Can I have the recipe
yeah it was 1 c spinach, 3 eggs and 1/2 can tuna.. scramble it all together and sprinkle with cheese
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Ironic, I love cooking, but I'm crap at baking
I had a Chef that taught one of my cooking classes early on ask who in the class was Artistic= several of us raised our hands

His next question was who is good at Science=I raised my hand again, along with a guy and everyone else who hadn't raised their hand for the artist question.

His explaination-Cooking is Art, you add this and that and tweak it here and there and it might never be exactly the same each time you make it.

Baking is Science=You mix and measure and have to repeat it exactly the same if you want the same results...a little too much of this or a little too much heat and it could all fall apart. I thought that summed it up very well.

We had several failed 'Science experiments' usually because people were impatient or thought that they would remember the recipe and would forget something important like baking powder.
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I'm not much of a cook....I can grill stuff on the BBQ pretty good...I'm Italian..my Mother did all the cooking and it was good cooking too..lol. The only person to try and teach me to cook was some Sgt when I was on mess duty in the Marines....many many years ago.
I can peel potatoes and wash really big pots though...lol
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Old 03-31-2010, 04:09 AM   #2874
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I had a Chef that taught one of my cooking classes early on ask who in the class was Artistic= several of us raised our hands

His next question was who is good at Science=I raised my hand again, along with a guy and everyone else who hadn't raised their hand for the artist question.

His explaination-Cooking is Art, you add this and that and tweak it here and there and it might never be exactly the same each time you make it.

Baking is Science=You mix and measure and have to repeat it exactly the same if you want the same results...a little too much of this or a little too much heat and it could all fall apart. I thought that summed it up very well.

We had several failed 'Science experiments' usually because people were impatient or thought that they would remember the recipe and would forget something important like baking powder.
Interesting! I was excellent at art in school and went on to do it in college but crap at science. Now studying nutritional medicine which is obviously quite scientific......maybe just didn't try hard enough in school

Anyhoo, tonight's dinner - eye fillet with cauliflower and bacon bake num num

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cerisedownunder your art of cooking looks very tasty. Its like that saying a picture is worth a thousand words....
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I can peel potatoes and wash really big pots though...lol
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