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Old 09-11-2012, 03:21 AM   #1
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UD TUESDAY - Menu please

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B - scrambled eggs with 1 T SF preserves, coffee with HWC
L - Tuna salad with HB eggs in lettuce wraps, coconut cake
D - taco salad
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Old 09-11-2012, 03:45 AM   #2
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B: small slice banana bread
L: ribeye and salad
D: pate on toast
S: latte and chocolate
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Old 09-11-2012, 05:34 AM   #3
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Yesterday was a very easy DD for me. Yay!!!!!

Breakfast
2 eggs fried in a pat of butter
1 pork chop (bone in)
2 broccoli pancakes (Dr. Praeger's brand--yum!)
Espresso with chocolate almond milk

Lunch
Veggie Burger with all the fixings

Dinner
Tortellini
Broccoli
Spumoni
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Old 09-11-2012, 08:44 AM   #4
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I haven't quite figured out the menu for the day, but we do have some left over banana cream pie in the fridge. That might be breakfast! It's actually made with almond milk, so it's not as indulgent as it sounds. My boyfriend's dad made it.
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Old 09-11-2012, 12:18 PM   #5
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Steph, you had me going for a minute. I thought the menu was for your easy DD and wondered how that was working for you. HA! Figured it out.

Let's see, Had a monster omlette for brekkie. egg+egg whites, peppers, onions, cheese fried in coconut oil. Plus 1/3 container of muscle milk in my coffee.

Bible study coffee with cream/sugar. (I am actually trying to find ways to add calories on my up days.)

Lunch: Large bagel w/Boca burger and tomato

As I type: a beer

Plan for dinner: peppers, snow peas, rice, salmon, stir fried in coconut oil

maybe later: mac and cheese

If I eat everything planned, I only come to 1690 cals and that is with the mac and cheese which I only added to add calories. I am supposed to eat 1930 on up days. Why is it so hard to get enough food on up days when I used to have trouble staying under 1400 when I had to do it every day?

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Old 09-11-2012, 01:12 PM   #6
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Steph, you had me going for a minute. I thought the menu was for your easy DD and wondered how that was working for you. HA! Figured it out.

Let's see, Had a monster omlette for brekkie. egg+egg whites, peppers, onions, cheese fried in coconut oil. Plus 1/3 container of muscle milk in my coffee.

Bible study coffee with cream/sugar. (I am actually trying to find ways to add calories on my up days.)

Lunch: Large bagel w/Boca burger and tomato

As I type: a beer

Plan for dinner: peppers, snow peas, rice, salmon, stir fried in coconut oil

maybe later: mac and cheese

If I eat everything planned, I only come to 1690 cals and that is with the mac and cheese which I only added to add calories. I am supposed to eat 1930 on up days. Why is it so hard to get enough food on up days when I used to have trouble staying under 1400 when I had to do it every day?
Skip the egg whites and use whole eggs on UD. Ditto with the Boca burger and the salmon. Those are quite low calorie compared to beef for your burger (if you eat beef) or a higher calorie protein for dinner. Add cheese and mayo to your boca/beef/chicken/turkey burger. Snack on nuts, avocados, cheese, etc.
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Old 09-11-2012, 05:07 PM   #7
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Thank you so much for the suggestions, Dawn. I couldn't eat the mac and cheese so came in under 1400. Guess I'm so used to choosing low cal foods from years of thinking it was healthier. Am still quite full from dinner. Also, no longer have any urge to binge on chips, pasta, etc. which is what I would rebound to periodically. Eventually I will get it right.

Anybody use Braggs Aminos instead of soy sauce? I tried it first time tonight and have more rumbling going on than I ever remember. Nothing else different about my menu that would cause it.

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Old 09-11-2012, 06:16 PM   #8
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B- Greek yogurt and half a huge apple
S- candy (oops- around 160 cals worth)
L- bridal lunch for a co-worker deli sandwich, waaaay too many chips some side salad with a heavy dressing and a small piece of cake with icing
S- Linser cookie
D- huge hunk of whole grain bread toasted and buttered liberally

Got home too late to have a proper dinner and it's TOM so it's carb city. Afraid of the scale tomorrow!
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Old 09-11-2012, 06:41 PM   #9
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Thank you so much for the suggestions, Dawn. I couldn't eat the mac and cheese so came in under 1400. Guess I'm so used to choosing low cal foods from years of thinking it was healthier. Am still quite full from dinner. Also, no longer have any urge to binge on chips, pasta, etc. which is what I would rebound to periodically. Eventually I will get it right.

Anybody use Braggs Aminos instead of soy sauce? I tried it first time tonight and have more rumbling going on than I ever remember. Nothing else different about my menu that would cause it.
I can't have soy and have thought about getting the Braggs Aminos as a replacement. I'm interested to hear if anyone else has had similar issues.

ETA: Nevermind, I finally went to their website and see it's made from soy too.
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Old 09-11-2012, 08:18 PM   #10
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Dawn, your suggestions got me to thinking that I might enjoy cooking again if I don't have to worry about making substitutions to accomodate low cal, low carb, low whatever.
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Old 09-12-2012, 06:30 AM   #11
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That's great! Especially considering I rarely cook, so it's nice to encourage someone else to. It really can be fun to eat all the things we used to love, in moderation of course, without having to create weird frankenfood substitutions. JUDDD's great for people who like to cook, and great for those of us who are great at ordering, but not so great at preparing!
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