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Old 09-02-2012, 06:43 AM   #1
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DD Sunday - Watcha eatin'???

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B - eggs, 1 T sf preseves, coffee with HWC ( 210)
L - turkey with pickle spears iin lettuce (85)
D - HB egg (75)
Total 370
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Old 09-02-2012, 07:14 AM   #2
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salad, light dressing (9 cal/tbsp - for UK people, this is the Tesco dressing), egg whites
spinach 'soup' made from boiling spinach with vegetable broth and puréeing it
glucomannan pudding made from cocoa powder, glucomannan, stevia, and water
packet of dry roasted chickpeas (88 cal, bought from the health food store)

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more salad, more light dressing, more egg whites + 1 egg

About 500 calories
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Old 09-02-2012, 12:45 PM   #3
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So far 1/2 a cucumber (actually ate closer to 1/4 of it because I added to much salt) with a wedge of LC queso fresco and chipotle on it.

Not sure about later though. Maybe a tuna casserole so that what's left of my cabbage doesn't wilt too bad.
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Old 09-02-2012, 02:14 PM   #4
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B: two bf sausages and 1 piece of toast, coffee w/hwc (forgot it was going to be a dd hope I make it anyway)
L 4 oz steak
D piece of chicken small salad
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Old 09-02-2012, 03:01 PM   #5
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Nothing till 5pm. Just had a magic pop spread with a T of cream cheese and an ounce of lox and it was heavenly for 100 cals. I might eat a bit more later. Not sure what though.
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Old 09-02-2012, 03:42 PM   #6
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Slept in nice and late this Sunday morning, which means it's going to be an easy DD for me. I didn't even get hungry until 4pm. I actually went grocery shopping on a DD!!! (Also, my husband watched the Eat, Fast, Live Longer BBC documentary with me and he is willing to try a 5:2 plan. Unlike me, he is actually relatively healthy and thin as a rail. He doesn't have much weight to lose, but he's annoyed by the extra weight around his belly. So today's down day I'm hyper-aware of his moods and hunger.)

B. Two egg-white omelette w/ FF Kraft Single + Coffee Smoothie made with Maxwell House Sugar Free Suisse Mocha, ice & gluc powder (105 cal)
L. Espresso w/ 2T So Delicious Coconut Milk Creamer (25 cal)
D. Homestyles LC chili + shirataki noodles (250 cal)

380 total

That's on the low side for a DD for me, so I may swap out the LC chili for a big salad topped with grilled tilapia and maybe a protein shake for dessert. We'll see how it goes. I'm more concerned about my white knight, whose dinner is going to consist of a big can of steak and potato chunky soup. (I'm not thrilled about the sodium in that, but on this, his first day, I'm more concerned about filling him up in a way that won't send him screaming for the hills.)
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Old 09-02-2012, 04:02 PM   #7
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Nothing till 5pm. Just had a magic pop spread with a T of cream cheese and an ounce of lox and it was heavenly for 100 cals. I might eat a bit more later. Not sure what though.
Ok, that does it. You have now inspired me to get these darned Magic Pops. The Wasa Light Crackers are actually too much for me to indulge in at 30 calories each on a DD, but for 15 calories--or even 10 with the Deli Pops--I think I'll do it.
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Old 09-02-2012, 05:14 PM   #8
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AND the magic pops are much bigger and more satisfying than the wasa lights! What will I do with my wasa stash now LOL??? Try the cheddar flavor.
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Old 09-02-2012, 06:23 PM   #9
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anyone have a pic of magic pops?
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Old 09-02-2012, 06:29 PM   #10
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Old 09-02-2012, 06:52 PM   #11
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Miracle Noodle Stir Fry

Breakfast: coffee with cream (30cal), Plum (30cal)

Lunch: chicken soup (mostly stock, 1/2 chicken breast, with a few vegetables for color) and a skandanavian bran crispbread cracker (55cal) (12 cal)

Dinner: I just made a lovely 'stir fry' with my new miracle noodles! My tummy was growling and it really hit the spot!

Here's how I made it:
Drain noodles
rinse
pat dry

Fry noodles in nonstick pan with sm amt peanut or coconut oil

I added these ingredients in this order, stirring between additions:

Add fresh grated ginger with a touch of grated fresh garlic (depends on if you like it)
Soy sauce (I used Braggs)
Add stirred egg white (added a sliced serrano pepper to it)
or you could use Crushed red pepper to taste instead of the serrano
Sesame seed (just sprinkled a few on top)

place in bowl
top with chopped green onions

Really good for: approx (40 calories), fraction of a carb for the ginger root and sesame seeds, depending on how much you use. I didn't measure.

I'm thinking about making Beeb's Gluc sorbet for a snack before bed, if I get hungry.

Still keeping it under 200 calories, barely

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