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Old 07-16-2012, 11:14 AM   #1
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Ok, so the first couple of DD's weren't my favorite. One about made me quit. I did the whole whiny baby, "I will NOT live my life hungry!" tantrum and resolved that something had to change. Well, I have found the solution. Vegetables! Amazing if you pile them on your plate (with a little protein to sustain) you can make a MEAL of it! Who knew?? I also have discovered that a WHOLE can of Tuna is only about 100 calories, a WHOLE can of crabmeat is only about 75 calories and a WHOLE can of white chicken is only about 140 calories (for that big splurge on a DD). If you measure out some shredded cabbage, some sweet red pepper, some onion, mushrooms and throw in some coconut oil and some crushed red pepper flakes and salt - it's stir fry that goes well with shrimp, chicken or crab and VERY tasty and satisfying! It has the added benefit of ..um...getting things moving along KWIM? lol

Sooooo. just over 2 weeks on JUDDD and I am down 5.3 pounds! WHOO HOOOOO! I weigh every day and it's up then down, up then down a little further, up then down a little further! Yeah!

Just thought I'd share! Hope you're all doing well and enjoy reading your posts, tips, whines and successes.

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Old 07-16-2012, 11:22 AM   #2
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So glad you found what works for you on DDs! Me - I gotta have fat. Oh, the irony. I wished veggies and protein did it for me. It's great when we find what keeps us sane and sated on a DD!

Have you tried the Chicken/Cabbage/Cheese mix? I make a big batch and use it on my UD with sour cream and avocado thrown in, but it makes a great DD dish, too. I throw in some of the okra/tomato/corn mix, too, and it's is simply awesome!!

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Old 07-16-2012, 11:22 AM   #3
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Pookie: Congrats on the -5.3!!!!!

I, too, love the veggie and protein dishes. Yum. I've even discovered I can toss a bag of Steam Fresh veggies in the microwave and then dump some kind of meat dish over it. My favorite is chopped up chicken breast sauteed in a gravy made from low sodium, fat free chicken broth with a small can of mushrooms stirred in. Or, sometimes I brown up ground turkey breast. Love that, too. Thanks for sharing! It's a Dd for me and you just got me planning my dinner!
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You are doing great Pookie. I was SO where you were when I started too! Starving on a DD and thought I was going to die. That was back in April. Saturday was a DD and I fasted till 6:00 p.m. and that was after getting up at 4:45 a.m. NEVER EVER would I have thought I could have done that...EVER! I JUDDD!
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Shrimp is another really good bang for your calorie buck! And I am writing down that stir fry idea. Yum! You could throw some shirtaki rice or noodles in there too.
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Ok, so the first couple of DD's weren't my favorite. One about made me quit. I did the whole whiny baby, "I will NOT live my life hungry!" tantrum and resolved that something had to change. Well, I have found the solution. Vegetables! Amazing if you pile them on your plate (with a little protein to sustain) you can make a MEAL of it! Who knew?? I also have discovered that a WHOLE can of Tuna is only about 100 calories, a WHOLE can of crabmeat is only about 75 calories and a WHOLE can of white chicken is only about 140 calories (for that big splurge on a DD). If you measure out some shredded cabbage, some sweet red pepper, some onion, mushrooms and throw in some coconut oil and some crushed red pepper flakes and salt - it's stir fry that goes well with shrimp, chicken or crab and VERY tasty and satisfying! It has the added benefit of ..um...getting things moving along KWIM? lol

Sooooo. just over 2 weeks on JUDDD and I am down 5.3 pounds! WHOO HOOOOO! I weigh every day and it's up then down, up then down a little further, up then down a little further! Yeah!

Just thought I'd share! Hope you're all doing well and enjoy reading your posts, tips, whines and successes.

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Old 07-16-2012, 11:56 AM   #8
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WTG! I love shrimp stir fry on a DD. Or even just grilled vegetables. I NEVER thought I'd say I could be satisfied with a big plate of veggies, or veggies with a small portion of protein, but alas, it DOES work! Last night's dinner was grilled eggplant, asparagus, and a chicken thigh for around 160 calories, and perfectly satisfying!
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Gee, I'm glad someone else is hollering, "VEGGIES", because I think the folks in the Chat thread were going to start giggling at me - it was becoming my answer to everything. I went back to my 5 servings of veggies on DD (yes, you can) and broke a mini-stall and lost a pound within a few days.

I often get my protein with egg on a DD, and there are so many chopped veggies you can add to an omelet! Fry in coconut oil... ... satisfying for 200 cals. I ate one at noon for my first meal and it's now 3 and I'm fine. Next up a BIG salad!
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Old 07-16-2012, 12:11 PM   #11
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WTG, Pookie! It's so refreshing when we find how to eat on a DD that works for us. I hadn't been eating tons of veggies on LC, and when I came to JUDDD I started eating more of them (though nowhere near the amount I do now).

Something I do, and this is definitely YMMV (and keep in mind I'm in maintenance), but I don't count the calories of most veggies (unless it's a starch like corn or potatoes, etc.). I experimented with this a little during WLM but went full on into it in Maintenance. It's worked well for me, and encourages me to eat plenty of leafy greens like romaine, kale, and also broccoli, cauliflower, etc.)

You're right - it's amazing how you can fill a plate or a giant bowl with greens and other veggies and create an amazing, filling, nutritious salad. You can also sautee the vegs for a change of pace and create whatever kind of stir-fry with lean protein that you like. Some people use the shiritake noodles with that (I have a pack but haven't tried them yet).

Don't know if it's been mentioned yet but this thread is a lifesaver for many: Cabbage, laughing cow cheese and chicken

Congrats on the weight loss!!! And thanks for sharing with us! And you CAN do this and you ARE doing this!!!
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100g lettuce
100g celery
20 g carrots
3 T Litehouse Sesame Ginger dressing

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Pookie » WTG!!! I`m where you are on JUDDD. I`ve lost 4 lbs in 2 weeks and am starting week 3. Just love to try your stirfry recipe! Yum. :UP:

A friend of mine that I`ve inspired to join JUDDD `with me suggested I try the Shirtaki noodles. I didnt know they made rice too. Going to try both. Whatever Meal ideas make DD days manageable are fine with me.

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So glad you found what works for you on DDs! Me - I gotta have fat. Oh, the irony. I wished veggies and protein did it for me. It's great when we find what keeps us sane and sated on a DD!

Have you tried the Chicken/Cabbage/Cheese mix? I make a big batch and use it on my UD with sour cream and avocado thrown in, but it makes a great DD dish, too. I throw in some of the okra/tomato/corn mix, too, and it's is simply awesome!!

Congrats on the weight loss!!
It sounds like you are like me! Gimme my fat! I have been trying to incorporate some "zone" principles into my diet and have found it makes a difference. I used to have a low fat cheese stick and a piece of fruit for snack (or cottage cheese and tomatoes, you get the idea), and found that adding just a few nuts really helps stave off hunger MUCH longer. I'm talking 3-4 macadamias or 5-6 almonds. That's it. It is seriously amazing to me.

Pookie, on the weight loss!
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Go Pookie go!!! I love my veggies and salads too. Always amazed how many I can eat.
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You know, here's an interesting thing. Most of my life I thought I hated vegetables, mostly because they were always presented to me in the same unappetizing ways when I was hungry. Here, have a carrot stick. Here, have a celery stick. Here, have a salad made of bland watery iceberg lettuce with a bitter cucumber on it. I hate raw carrots, celery, cauliflower, broccoli, radishes, etc. They taste like dirt to me. And on Atkins, I would be hard pressed to spend precious carbs on a tomato.

But one thing I've been re-discovering on my down days is the memory of my grandmother and how she used to serve vegetables. Whenever she served meals, she would have big dishes of stir-fried mushrooms with garlic, onions and parsley. She would make a tomato basil salad in red wine vinegar that still makes my mouth water. And she never ate iceberg except on sandwiches. There were always tasty greens, sometimes stir-fried, like escarole with a few beans. Now that I've started incorporating some of these old comforting ways of cooking vegetables back into my eating plan, I'm finding that I like vegetables quite a bit and I'm eating them not just on my down days but on my up days too.

I won't force myself to eat a raw carrot stick. I would rather starve. (A fact that I've proved to myself on down days several times now.) But give me a big Arugula salad and I'm quite happy. I enjoy eggplant, too. All sorts of veggies that I have ignored for years. And it's wonderful!
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I have discovered that carrots are so delicious when you cook the whole! So much nicer that sliced or cubed or julienned. And I love them then, who knew?
Also:

Broccoli steamed until just slightly overcooked and add loads of lemon juice.

Broccoli broken into tiny florets, sprayed with Pam or similar, into seriously hot oven until browned and crispy. Divine.

Oh, and grilled egg plant, a little garlic stirred into plain yoghurt, leave for a couple of hours. Eat, enjoy.
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Steph, so true! I have become such a fan of roasting veggies. Almost all vegetables can be roasted, and they are delish! Asparagus, brussel sprouts, egg plant, squash, small new potatoes and green beans are my top favs.
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Steph, so true! I have become such a fan of roasting veggies. Almost all vegetables can be roasted, and they are delish! Asparagus, brussel sprouts, egg plant, squash, small new potatoes and green beans are my top favs.
Oh, how did I forget asparagus. I love it!

Also, almost anything curried tastes good on cooked cauliflower.
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Why is it that the roasting makes them so divine?
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I lived in India for a couple of years and what they can do to cauliflower shouldn't be legal.
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My favorite Indian cookbook has a recipe for Cauliflower Pudding!!!
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I have been making what I like to call "Farmer's Market Stew"
LOTS of zucchini, some mushrooms, green peppers, and red and yellow bell peppers, greem beans, onion. saute a LOT!! AND I MEAN A LOT!!! I have to saute in several batches...

Then put it all in a pot with a couple cans of diced tomato- the bell orto brand seems to be the lowest i cal, and maybe a can of tomato sauce, cook till tender.
I added some italian parsley and thai basil this last time along with fresh garlic and red pepper. DELISH!!! Fennel seed is good in there too! I can't wait till they have eggplant!

I might try some Mexican seasoning in one soon!

I have entered all this in to calorie count and come up with 60-70 cal per cup with a couple different recipes. Sometimes I add a cup or 2 of water.

I make it in a big dutch oven and sometimes freeze a portion or 2.

my BF likes to cook ground beef and mix that in with my veg stew!
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Ratatouille I forgot how good that can be.

I make a big salad and cook a chicken breast or shrimps and pop it on top hot with the juices.

This is the way we should eat all the time. It's Primal/Paleo. My only problem with it is that it's expensive and eating socially is carb centric. But when I'm on my own I try to eat this way (protein plus a big variety of fresh non starchy veg)

I add rice noodles if I'm extra hungry. They are good with salads and wheat free.
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@Kissa, please share the "illegal" methods of cooking cauliflower. My mouth is watering....
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Try the wonderful internet just entering curried or tandooried cauliflower, there a wonderful soups and so many great ways to prepare it.

Here is one. Tandoori Gobhi - Curried Oven Roasted Cauliflower on Honest Cooking I only see 1T of oil in it. I just leave out any high calorie ingredients on a DD.

I have prepared the eggplant with yoghurt and garlic for this evening, added some fresh mint, salt and pepper and it is waiting for me now.
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It sounds like you are like me! Gimme my fat! I have been trying to incorporate some "zone" principles into my diet and have found it makes a difference. I used to have a low fat cheese stick and a piece of fruit for snack (or cottage cheese and tomatoes, you get the idea), and found that adding just a few nuts really helps stave off hunger MUCH longer. I'm talking 3-4 macadamias or 5-6 almonds. That's it. It is seriously amazing to me.
I adore veggies, but they do not fill me up at all. Maybe if they're roasted with olive oil and/or butter. Maybe. This is why my DD are filled with cream, full fat yogurt, cream cheese, etc. I also need things to graze on and not something that takes 2.5 seconds to eat.

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Why is it that the roasting makes them so divine?
Roasting brings out all the flavors. Put some olive oil on them, some seasonings, roast them in the oven or on a grill (wrapped in foil) for awhile and !

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I lived in India for a couple of years and what they can do to cauliflower shouldn't be legal.
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