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Old 08-18-2013, 05:01 AM   #1
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B: black coffee
D: chicken breast, pan 'fried' topped w/laughing cow and tabasco; romaine lettuce w/walden farms ranch dressing
S: probably the same as D if I eat anything

Approx 350 cals
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Old 08-18-2013, 05:19 AM   #2
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B: Click espresso protein shake in Vanilla Latte (120)
L/D: ?

Probably going to the movies, and I have to go to work for a few hours, so I'll play the rest of the day by ear.
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Old 08-18-2013, 07:02 AM   #3
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Almond milk coffee - 20
Going to try PP mixed with 0% greek yogurt to make a pudding of sorts for 40g protein & ~ 200 cal
Small gala apple - 60
Basa (w/tsp butter panfry) 140
Salad, cucumbers, tomatoes 50
Chicken ~100
Total <600 and ~ 80g protein

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Old 08-18-2013, 07:04 AM   #4
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Mix the protein powder with a little almond milk first to get a better texture or else it can be clumpy or grainy, if you mix it straight into the yogurt
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Mix the protein powder with a little almond milk first to get a better texture or else it can be clumpy or grainy, if you mix it straight into the yogurt
Awesome - thanks Dottie! I was going to use Syntrax Roadside Lemonade and usually that mixes into water pretty well (just need to stir with a spoon - doesn't require the blender like some of them do) but have never tried combining yogurt and PP before. That's a lot of protein in one shot though, I might split it up into 2 snack periods.

I used to eat a PP microwave "cookie" back in the day when I was more into bodybuilding type diets. Can't recall the recipe for it though so will have to do some googling. Although it wasn't very good...

Update - about 1/2 a scoop of the PP was a nice, mild lemon flavour. Mixed like a dream with the almond milk. I might try freezing some of these into a yogurt pop for hot weather!

Thanks again!

Changing my menu - I found a Healthy Choice beef teriyaki steamer in the freezer and I just LOVE that meal !! So 300 calories for that, the PP/yogurt combo of 200 and a salad and some raw veggies today. And a dash of almond milk and splenda in the coffee.

DS12 is making buffalo chicken wings for lunch. Must. Be. Strong. Shouldn't be that hard since I had 1/2 a dozen for supper last night.
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Old 08-18-2013, 09:21 AM   #6
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2 whole wings (or 4 pieces) baked is only 200 calories
If you really are hungry for fat on a DD, it's a good option
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B: nothing
L: nothing
S: iced black coffee
S: 2 extra light cheese triangles
D: 3 Portobello mushrooms, 'stuffed' with leftover chicken breast, onion & Boursin cheese and a salad with lighter than light mayonnaise
S: cup of tea

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2 whole wings (or 4 pieces) baked is only 200 calories
If you really are hungry for fat on a DD, it's a good option
I think I was hungry for buffalo. I like a lot of spice and yogurt just doesn't cut it. Now I'm thinking I might go buy some chicken breasts and slather some Frank's hot sauce on it and make my own buffalo chicken! Or could just be lazy and add some realemon to the yogurt to jazz it up a bit and do the buffalo chicken breast next DD. I prefer the white meat jazzed up anyway - you get more volume to eat!
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B: Click espresso protein shake in Vanilla Latte (120)
L/D: ?

Probably going to the movies, and I have to go to work for a few hours, so I'll play the rest of the day by ear.
Completely changed

B: Everything bagel, cream cheese, coffee, iced tea (355)
L: Subway ham/turkey salad with WF dressing (110)
D: Still up in the air. Maybe a LeanCuisine with watermelon. Maybe a mango habanero chicken sausage with watermelon. Maybe Wendy's chili.
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