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Old 03-12-2011, 08:32 AM   #61
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I went to a party last night and there was so much food. I wound up only eating vegies and dip and drinking some wine. So I kind of cheated on phase one but I did really well. What is phase 1 1/2 you all talk about. I think I'm ready to move on and add some phase 2 stuff in but I need to be really careful or at least still count my calories.

I lost 7 lbs in a week. I know alot is water weight, but I wore jeans insted of those comfy velour outfits for the first time since winter started and I feel so much thinner. I can actually think of walking or getting on my exercise bike again.

Have a great weekend everyone!

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Old 03-13-2011, 07:21 AM   #62
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Good morning!

I was a little off track this weekend, but not bad compared to most weekends! And I was finally able to walk briskly on my ankle, so I got in 10 miles the last 2 days.

I'm making a big pot of Mexican Chicken Vegetable soup for dinner tonight. Lots of chicken, fresh cilantro, and all kinds of veggies...should be good and very OP.

Michele, for me Phase 1.5 means I add wine or lite beer back into my weekends and I have fruit or a starch a few times a week. I pretty much have been doing that all winter. So for example, this week I bought some strawberries. I have a couple for dessert. One day this week I had a WW english muffin. And I had some wine Friday and Saturday night with dinner. Some days I am totally Phase 1, but other days I add in one extra Phase 2 item. That seems to work for me, I don't feel deprived and I still lose weight.

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Wiz- Do you eat that way all the time? That is how I lost the weight the first time I was on SBD. I ate like that for a long time. Then I got sucked into the whole grain thing and was trying to get my whole grains in and it went down hill from there. Mexican soup sounds so good. Post your recipe when you get a chance. Do you ever eat a little corn or potatoes in recipes? That is the one thing I do not like about sbd. I love love love potatoes.

Is tomato soup ok? It seems it has quite a bit of sugar but there is no sugar in the ingredients.

I bought three huge bags of greens. One is collard, the other is turnip and the other is kale. Anyone have any idea what to do with them?

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Hi all.
Wiz: That soup sounds delicious. Perfect for a chilly Spring weekend.

Michelle: Grains do me in as well, especially any type of bread, so I've decided to just not eat them at all for a while. I need to get the scale moving again and grains seem to add a lot of calories and refined carbs for not a whole lot of nutrition. I consider most grain products to be refined carbs, even if they're made from whole wheat, since they're still heavily processed. It IS unfortunate about potatoes. Interestingly, I can eat a baked potato and be quite full and satisfied, but the same amount of bread or rice will cause me to continue eating.

Don't know what to tell you about the greens as I've never cooked with those particular ones, but I'm sure someone will be along to help you out.
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Wiz- Do you eat that way all the time? That is how I lost the weight the first time I was on SBD. I ate like that for a long time. Then I got sucked into the whole grain thing and was trying to get my whole grains in and it went down hill from there. Mexican soup sounds so good. Post your recipe when you get a chance. Do you ever eat a little corn or potatoes in recipes? That is the one thing I do not like about sbd. I love love love potatoes.

Is tomato soup ok? It seems it has quite a bit of sugar but there is no sugar in the ingredients.

I bought three huge bags of greens. One is collard, the other is turnip and the other is kale. Anyone have any idea what to do with them?
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I make my own tomatoe soup.I use canned whatever has the least amt of sugar or no sugar if you can find it. Then add some milk and chopped onions and Mrs Dash tomato basil seasoning.I add a tbs of SB margarine then heatit and add 4-6 oz of RF cream cheese.We love it this way. Just a suggestion.

And ususally 1 cup is a serving... for me anyway.Sometimes I have a grilled cheese with it and celery sticks if I haven't had my starch for the day.
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Wiz- Do you eat that way all the time? That is how I lost the weight the first time I was on SBD. I ate like that for a long time. Then I got sucked into the whole grain thing and was trying to get my whole grains in and it went down hill from there. Mexican soup sounds so good. Post your recipe when you get a chance. Do you ever eat a little corn or potatoes in recipes? That is the one thing I do not like about sbd. I love love love potatoes.

Is tomato soup ok? It seems it has quite a bit of sugar but there is no sugar in the ingredients.

I bought three huge bags of greens. One is collard, the other is turnip and the other is kale. Anyone have any idea what to do with them?
My DH would eat them but I'd throw em out:blush:
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Wiz- Do you eat that way all the time? That is how I lost the weight the first time I was on SBD. I ate like that for a long time. Then I got sucked into the whole grain thing and was trying to get my whole grains in and it went down hill from there. Mexican soup sounds so good. Post your recipe when you get a chance. Do you ever eat a little corn or potatoes in recipes? That is the one thing I do not like about sbd. I love love love potatoes.

Is tomato soup ok? It seems it has quite a bit of sugar but there is no sugar in the ingredients.
Can't help you with your greens question, I'm from the northeast - we don't eat that stuff!!

But in terms of your other questions, here goes:

Sure, tomato soup is okay. However, typically I use tomatoes in with other vegetables. In other words, a tomato-based vegetable soup. But in any case, unlike Atkins, tomatoes are totally allowable on all phases of SB.

The trickier question is how I eat on a regular basis...oh boy. Well, when I am home (which has been rare this winter because of my business travel) on a weekday, I eat pretty strictly. Pretty much Phase 1, with a serving of fruit. i.e. Phase 1.5. Although we will sometimes split a roasted sweet potato for dinner. It is rare that I eat grains during the week.

On the weekend, like yesterday for example, I made breakfast sandwiches on a WW english muffin (egg, cheese, tomato, avocado, yum!) On Saturday night, I did have a tiny slice of pumpernickel bread at the restaurant we were at and 2 small bites of my husband's linguine with red sauce. So I save up my indulgences for the weekends.

Now meanwhile, I am still not back at my goal/maintenance weight. So I'm not sure you should be taking my advice! However, I have been working my way slowly back down to where I need to be.

Work is beckoning, talk to you all later!!
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Wiz- I'm from Jersey too, so those greens are still sitting in the fridge!! HaHaHA

The way you are eating is how I lost the weight the first time. I seem to be able to have one fruit and maybe one starch a day here and there. Start adding more and I gain even though I'm still eating healthy. That is probably because I enjoy my fats and never really reduce them even when I add those other foods back in. Thus too high on the calories for me!

Berta- That soup sounds good. So you mean I would start with a tomato product? Like crushed tomatoes?

Have a great day everyone!

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Quick run thru.

Michelle: Greens:

Collards- make callaloo. Callaloo with Hot Pepper Vinegar Recipe . I use just collards and leave out the spinach.

Kale: Cut off the woody stems. Cut into bite sized pieces and steam. Steam the small leaves whole. Saute some sliced garlic in olive oil and drizzle this over the kale. Or make kale chips.

Turnips: I like these best steamed until tender and drizzled with hot vinegar.
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Thanks Rose! I'm going to make the Callaloo now!
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Wiz- I'm from Jersey too, so those greens are still sitting in the fridge!! HaHaHA

The way you are eating is how I lost the weight the first time. I seem to be able to have one fruit and maybe one starch a day here and there. Start adding more and I gain even though I'm still eating healthy. That is probably because I enjoy my fats and never really reduce them even when I add those other foods back in. Thus too high on the calories for me!

Berta- That soup sounds good. So you mean I would start with a tomato product? Like crushed tomatoes?

Have a great day everyone!

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Yes i put it in my blender or food processor(sometimes in my Magic Bullet when I am not making it for anyone but myself).Mix it all up and heat it and eat it!! I do hope you will tryit. The cream cheese really makes it good.RF of course.
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Well weigh day today was up 1 lbI honestly think what happened was last weigh in I was 262.4 then I weighed a bit later and I was 260.4 SOOO I put that down.Then today I was 261 sooo anyway gotta take what the scales say if I put the wrong number down it's my own fault.

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I tried this recipe today and it was really good. I left out the butter and added 1% milk in place of the cream.

Homemade tomato soup

Ingredients
1 (28-ounce) can chopped tomatoes
4 Tbsp extra virgin olive oil
Salt and freshly ground black pepper
1 stalk celery, diced
1 small carrot, diced
1 yellow onion, diced
2 cloves garlic, minced
1 cup chicken broth
1 bay leaf
2 tablespoons butter
1/4 cup chopped fresh basil leaves
1/2 cup heavy cream, optional
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Preheat oven to 450 degrees F.

Strain the chopped canned tomatoes, reserving the juices, and spread onto a baking sheet, season with salt and pepper, to taste, drizzle with 2 Tbsp of the olive oil and roast until caramelized, about 15 minutes.

Meanwhile, in a saucepan, heat remaining 2 Tbsp olive oil over medium-low heat. Add the celery, carrot, onion and garlic, cook until softened, about 10 minutes. Add the roasted chopped canned tomatoes, reserved tomato juices, chicken broth, bay leaf and butter. Simmer until vegetables are very tender, about 15 to 20 minutes. Add basil and cream, if using. Puree with a hand held immersion blender until smooth.
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I tried this recipe today and it was really good. I left out the butter and added 1% milk in place of the cream.

Homemade tomato soup

Ingredients
1 (28-ounce) can chopped tomatoes
4 Tbsp extra virgin olive oil
Salt and freshly ground black pepper
1 stalk celery, diced
1 small carrot, diced
1 yellow onion, diced
2 cloves garlic, minced
1 cup chicken broth
1 bay leaf
2 tablespoons butter
1/4 cup chopped fresh basil leaves
1/2 cup heavy cream, optional
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Preheat oven to 450 degrees F.

Strain the chopped canned tomatoes, reserving the juices, and spread onto a baking sheet, season with salt and pepper, to taste, drizzle with 2 Tbsp of the olive oil and roast until caramelized, about 15 minutes.

Meanwhile, in a saucepan, heat remaining 2 Tbsp olive oil over medium-low heat. Add the celery, carrot, onion and garlic, cook until softened, about 10 minutes. Add the roasted chopped canned tomatoes, reserved tomato juices, chicken broth, bay leaf and butter. Simmer until vegetables are very tender, about 15 to 20 minutes. Add basil and cream, if using. Puree with a hand held immersion blender until smooth.

This sounds good BUT to much trouble for me I like tasty,quick and easy
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Hey SBers!!

I went for my first real run since spraining my ankle. It was not pretty. Who knew that in 3.5 short weeks I could lose that much stamina?? My ankle wasn't the problem, the rest of my body was! In any case, I dragged myself around town for 4 miles. I have a lot of work to do....

Michele, that soup recipe sounds great. Thanks for sharing.

See ya later!
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Is corned beef and cabbage ok???? My kids said I must make it for them.
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Is corned beef and cabbage ok???? My kids said I must make it for them.
Cabbage is fine not sure about the corned beef my guess is NO.Rose will tell ya she knows.OR another SB VET

We have Turkey Keilbaska Lite and cabbage(spelling is wrong) but it is really good.
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Is corned beef and cabbage ok???? My kids said I must make it for them.
Corned beef is not a good choice for regular use; it's too fatty. If you decide to make it, either make another meat choice for yourself, or consider it a one time indulgence.
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Corned beef is not a good choice for regular use; it's too fatty. If you decide to make it, either make another meat choice for yourself, or consider it a one time indulgence.
Since I only make it once a year I'm eating it.

The kale chips were actually very good.

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I love kale chips. And I tend to agree---once a year, like I make Ntombi's macaroni and cheese ONCE a year, for New Years day. It's a tradition.
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It is amazing how the people on Biggest loser lose so much weight every week.
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Is corned beef and cabbage ok???? My kids said I must make it for them.
A corned beef brisket is higher in fat and sodium than Agatston would like but if it's a tradition in your family and you're making it for your kids anyway I say indulge and have fun! At least it's low carb and won't cause you to crave a dozen jelly donuts afterwards. This one is a no-brainer for me. Enjoy the meal, avoid the potatoes, and have a nice traditional dinner with your family.
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Happy St Patrick's day to all!! And better yet, it's the start of the NCAA tournament!! Love college hoops.

I am happy to report that I ran 5 miles today, I think my ankle is finally mended. Let's hope it stays that way. It's a beautiful sunny day here and supposed to hit 60. Woo Hoo!

And all this talk of corned beef and cabbage makes me laugh. I can't stand corned beef and I hate cooked cabbage. This is one holiday where I don't miss the traditional goodies one bit.

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I am happy to report that I ran 5 miles today, I think my ankle is finally mended.
Congrats, Wiz! Now you'll really be off and running.
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Glad you are feeling better Wiz! Happy St. Patrick's day everyone. I'm mainly Italian but I have a little Irish in me.
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A corned beef brisket is higher in fat and sodium than Agatston would like but if it's a tradition in your family and you're making it for your kids anyway I say indulge and have fun! At least it's low carb and won't cause you to crave a dozen jelly donuts afterwards. This one is a no-brainer for me. Enjoy the meal, avoid the potatoes, and have a nice traditional dinner with your family.
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A corned beef brisket is higher in fat and sodium than Agatston would like but if it's a tradition in your family and you're making it for your kids anyway I say indulge and have fun! At least it's low carb and won't cause you to crave a dozen jelly donuts afterwards. This one is a no-brainer for me. Enjoy the meal, avoid the potatoes, and have a nice traditional dinner with your family.
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It is amazing how the people on Biggest loser lose so much weight every week.
I can see why they do though!!! EXERCISE the trainers work them to death.It would kill me off the first round!!! I can't even take steps let alone climb a hill
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I can see why they do though!!! EXERCISE the trainers work them to death.It would kill me off the first round!!! I can't even take steps let alone climb a hill
I've heard some things about exlax n those things on the show... makes me very sad for those people when they 'only' lose 5lbs and they are disappointed.
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YAY Wiz!

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Good morning! Rest day on the ankle, I don't want to overdo it....

We ended up going out yesterday for some college hoops (specifically the Richmond game, my BiL went there) and St. Patrick's festivities. So I had 2 lite beers and we split some munchies. Not exactly an OP day.

But I'm back OP this morning and looking for a very good weekend of eating. Anybody else want join in on a weekend challenge?? That's always my downfall!

TGIF!! It is supposed to 70+ degrees here today. It's a shame I have to work.
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