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Old 01-20-2013, 09:31 AM   #271
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Okay I am going to try just eggs and water tomorrow ( 1 cup of coffee) in the am. I am boiling the eggs today and to my delight, my daughter asked if we could make deviled eggs!
Any suggestions for making them as low cal as possible? I usually use gobs of mayo
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Old 01-20-2013, 04:21 PM   #272
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Old 01-30-2013, 04:21 PM   #273
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Wow another great thread that I will come back to
I am starting JUDDD tomorrow and I feel ready thanks to all you wonderful people posting in here
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Old 01-30-2013, 06:31 PM   #274
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Yogurt?
I boiled 8 eggs to make the devised eggs. I made half of them with plain low fat yogurt and half with low fat sour cream. And OMG. They were both good, but the sour cream ones were amazing! Only 90ish calories for 2 halves.
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Old 02-04-2013, 10:03 PM   #275
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Savory Choice Liquid Beef Broth Concentrate (the chicken is really good, too).
I got this off Amazon looking for msg free broth.

Ingredients:
Beef stock, natural flavoring (*not msg, they say it is msg free); salt; beef fat; sugar; maltodextrin; yeast extract; xanthan gum.

Each stick is a liquid concentrate that you add to 8oz hot water (*I added it to a 12oz cup and it was still strong flavored).
15 calories; 1g fat; 770mg sodium; 1g carbs; 1g protein.

Each box has 12 sticks (so it makes 96oz). The ones I picked up came in sets of 4 boxes for just at $21- so not any more expensive than store bought (which I can't find locally).

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Liquid broth concentrate packed in single-serve foil pouches
No MSG, no preservatives, no trans–fats, and gluten-free
Great value: 1 box (12 stick pouches) makes 96 ounces of beef broth
(equal to 7 x 14 oz cans or 3 x 1 quart boxed broth)
Uses: soups, stews, gravies, or as an ingredient in your marinade
Convenience: no more opening a full box of broth when you only need 1 cup
Each stick pouch of liquid broth concentrate is reconstituted with 1 cup (8 oz) hot water.
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Old 02-15-2013, 04:40 PM   #277
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Yummy Mexican Salad Dressing

1/2 tsp taco seasoning (Old El Paso) 3.5 calories
1/2 Tbs walden farms Bacon Ranch Dressing- 0 calories
4-5 Tbs water
Dash of pink himalayan salt w/chilli

Made a small tuperware container full and used it twice already with more to spare. It can be watered down more or less- this version is pretty flavorful!
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Old 02-16-2013, 11:23 AM   #278
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Dottie- Did it taste "funny"??? The beef concentrate? I tried the store bought concentrated "broths" and did not care for them AT ALL!!! Could taste NOTHING but preservatives, and I'm not usually super picky. Threw the rest away, and that was in a dish, not just for sipping.
I know you say there are no preservatives, but is there any "off" taste
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Old 02-16-2013, 03:05 PM   #279
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Truffles, not at all, it tasted like home-made broth
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Old 02-20-2013, 04:57 PM   #280
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Dotite I thought maltodextrin is msg but no expert here I may hve to research it.
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Old 02-20-2013, 06:05 PM   #281
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Dotite I thought maltodextrin is msg but no expert here I may hve to research it.
Monosodiumglutamate MSG
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Old 02-22-2013, 01:05 PM   #282
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I honestly don't know why there's maltodextrin in it lol -it's not sweet or bulky though I suspect it's used as a bulking agent (like it is in sweeteners).
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Campbell's 100% Natural Healthy Request Italian-Style Wedding soup.
Large can 18.6oz is 2 servings @ 100 cals per serving.
2.5g fat; 410mg sodium; 13g carbs; 2g fiber; 6g protein per serving.
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Old 02-28-2013, 01:09 PM   #284
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Every DD at work I have the same lunch: a large mug of Knorr vegetarian vegetable boullion made using 1/2 a cube. 15 calories. It's ridiculously easy to make, super-portable, and since it's nice and hot, it takes a while to actually drink it all. It's very yummy. It comes in a little green and yellow box and is on the shelves with other broths and boullions. You get 6 cubes, which will make 12 lunches for me, so that pretty much is a month of lunches for like two bucks. It also comes in chicken or beef, but I like the veggie the best...I think it has the most flavor.

A favorite dinner for me right now is 2-3 cups shredded cabbage, sauteed, with 1/2 cup Jimmy Dean turkey sausage crumbles and 1 Tbls of parmesan cheese added and warmed through. It makes a decent sized plate of yumminess for 120 calories.
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Old 03-03-2013, 06:09 AM   #285
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A favorite dinner for me right now is 2-3 cups shredded cabbage, sauteed, with 1/2 cup Jimmy Dean turkey sausage crumbles and 1 Tbls of parmesan cheese added and warmed through. It makes a decent sized plate of yumminess for 120 calories.
Just made this for dinner tomorrow, looks and smells really good!!!!
Thanks for the idea!!
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Old 03-09-2013, 10:32 AM   #286
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I just started JUDDD on 2-23 and have been very disappointed in lack of weight loss. Only 1 lb and have been very diligent on 500 calorie down days. Up days mostly 2000 also. I was excited about this diet, but am losing enthusiasm. Reading these posts, I'm going to try more protein on DD. I'm a carb addict and was thinking they'd be most filling. Have been eating yogurt, flax & fiber toast and oatmeal with banana on DD. Perhaps I need to change to protein. What attracted me to this diet was that you could eat anything. Maybe not so much.
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Old 03-09-2013, 10:35 AM   #287
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I'm sorry you've not seen the results you wanted. That's so very frustrating! Some don't see it on the scale for weeks, and then it starts coming off nicely. It's possible you're one of those people. You may be right about having more protein/fat. Most of my DDs are mostly protein and fat and it works great for me. I hope you hang in there and start seeing losses soon!
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Old 03-09-2013, 10:54 AM   #288
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Thanks for the encouragement--I need it. It helps to know it varies a lot. Reading some quick results for others made me think that was the norm. I will keep at it and keep my fingers crossed.
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I just started JUDDD on 2-23 and have been very disappointed in lack of weight loss. Only 1 lb and have been very diligent on 500 calorie down days. Up days mostly 2000 also. I was excited about this diet, but am losing enthusiasm. Reading these posts, I'm going to try more protein on DD. I'm a carb addict and was thinking they'd be most filling. Have been eating yogurt, flax & fiber toast and oatmeal with banana on DD. Perhaps I need to change to protein. What attracted me to this diet was that you could eat anything. Maybe not so much.
Elma- those calories sound quite a bit too high for your weight 2000/500. I don't know your height and weight, but am guessing you ashould be at 1800/350 or so. Have you been to the juddd calculator to get your calories at 20% WLM?
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Elma- those calories sound quite a bit too high for your weight 2000/500. I don't know your height and weight, but am guessing you ashould be at 1800/350 or so. Have you been to the juddd calculator to get your calories at 20% WLM?
Elma- if you are around 40 and under 5'5" they could be way, way lower like 1600/300. That will make a huge difference with losses.
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I just started JUDDD on 2-23 and have been very disappointed in lack of weight loss. Only 1 lb and have been very diligent on 500 calorie down days. Up days mostly 2000 also. I was excited about this diet, but am losing enthusiasm. Reading these posts, I'm going to try more protein on DD. I'm a carb addict and was thinking they'd be most filling. Have been eating yogurt, flax & fiber toast and oatmeal with banana on DD. Perhaps I need to change to protein. What attracted me to this diet was that you could eat anything. Maybe not so much.
I agree that your calories seem too high. I weigh right around what you do, and I'm quite tall (though 40--my age works against me!) and I only get 1750ish on UDs with straight JUDDD.
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I just started JUDDD on 2-23 and have been very disappointed in lack of weight loss. Only 1 lb and have been very diligent on 500 calorie down days. Up days mostly 2000 also. I was excited about this diet, but am losing enthusiasm. Reading these posts, I'm going to try more protein on DD. I'm a carb addict and was thinking they'd be most filling. Have been eating yogurt, flax & fiber toast and oatmeal with banana on DD. Perhaps I need to change to protein. What attracted me to this diet was that you could eat anything. Maybe not so much.
Hello JUDD BUDS..I am back. Like you elmasdaughter I do not lose fast on this woe either but I really feel good when I don't have to obsess over food. My numbers are around 370 dd and 1700 ud doesnt sound like much but have you measured? I find that I will lose inches for awhile. Do you feel better ? Stick with this group they will give the support that will get you through
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back grammy! It's great to find a WOE that makes you feel good, especially about food and eating!
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Old 03-14-2013, 11:04 AM   #294
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elmasdaughter, I agree with what Carly and Dawn said. Your numbers are what mine are and I weigh quite a bit more than you. Did you use the 20%, no exercise option?
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I really like the So Delicious non dairy coconut creamer. It's 10 calories for a Tbls and 2T is more than enough for a 12oz cup of coffee, so a much better calorie deal than half and half.
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Old 03-15-2013, 11:19 AM   #296
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I really like the So Delicious non dairy coconut creamer. It's 10 calories for a Tbls and 2T is more than enough for a 12oz cup of coffee, so a much better calorie deal than half and half.
I use it with my cream on a DD so I can still indulge in my love of cream. Great in those teas I'm trying to like, too.
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I use it with my cream on a DD so I can still indulge in my love of cream. Great in those teas I'm trying to like, too.

I can't seem to give up my heavy cream for DDs, but I'm always wishing I could find something else. Does the So Delicious come in an unsweetened version? I just can't handle sweet coffee!
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I can't seem to give up my heavy cream for DDs, but I'm always wishing I could find something else. Does the So Delicious come in an unsweetened version? I just can't handle sweet coffee!
I don't think mine is sweetened. I can check, but I'm gonna say that there is no sweetness added.
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I don't see this around here often, but Bed, Bath and Beyond had Sonoma Jack light cheese wedges for 1.49 a package. I got 3 packs at that price. They are 25 cals a wedge and I got the parmasian/ peppercorn flavor
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That sounds really yummy Carly! I've never had that brand. I'll be on the lookout for it!

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