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Old 09-26-2009, 06:01 PM   #241
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Today's weight
200 -- but I weighed later than usual, so it should've been lower than usual

Today's food
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2 duck eggs w/ half and half, erythritol, cinnamon, and vanilla in butter
466 calories, 40 gr fat, 11 carbs, 21 gr protein

11 carbs?! Oh yeah...erythritol has carbs, and half and half has more than HWC.
I weigh 1st thing in the AM before I eat/drink anything....if I forget I don't go near the scale....
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Old 09-26-2009, 06:07 PM   #242
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I weigh 1st thing in the AM before I eat/drink anything....if I forget I don't go near the scale....
I usually do, too, but I hadn't weighed in a couple of days, I hadn't yet eaten anything, and I was curious. Curious about WHAT, I don't know, because I know that weighing myself a couple of hours later w/o eating always makes it lower than usual! Plus, I haven't been eating much, so that should make it lower, too. Maybe I just wanted to see a lower number -- even if I knew that it wasn't real.
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Fried Greenish Tomatoes w/ or w/o cheese

I made myself some fried greenish tomatoes. They were pretty good.

* Heated butter in my cast iron skillet, on medium-high.
* Added thick slices of a not-yet-ripe tomato (It was green and pink.)
* Sprinkled w/ salt, garlic powder, and freshly-ground pepper
* Flipped when kind of browned.
* Topped some slices w/ Parmesan and/or mizithra.
* Covered pan until Parmesan was melted.

Pretty yummy! I did top one slice w/ dill, and it tasted kind of spicy! Maybe that slice was greener than the others?
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Mimi's Sticky Chicken

Saving a recipe from here. I haven't yet tried it, but people are talking about it!

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This recipe calls for roasting a whole chicken, but you could use the spice mix on boneless skinless breasts and bake as normal. As a whole roast chicken this recipe is AWESOME.

Mimi's Sticky Chicken
©Mimi Hiller, 1985-2001

This is the best and easiest roast chicken you've ever tasted. It seems a little strange, but it's the only one my family will eat, and company loves it, too!

2 teaspoons salt (could omit)
1 teaspoon paprika
3/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper
1/2 teaspoon onion powder
1/2 teaspoon thyme
1/2 teaspoon white pepper
1/4 teaspoon garlic powder
1/4 teaspoon black pepper
1 whole roasting chicken, about 3 pounds
1 cup chopped onions
Combine all spices (first 8 ingredients) in small bowl.
Rinse chicken, inside and out. Drain well.

Rub spice mixture over skin and the inside of chicken.

Place in a resealable plastic bag, seal and refrigerate overnight.

When ready to roast, stuff cavity with onions.

Place chicken breast side down in roasting pan.

Roast uncovered at 250ºF (that's not a typo...it's really 250º! Anything over 225º is safe as long as the chicken reaches an internal temperature of at least 155º, which this does, and more) for about 5 hours. Baste occasionally with pan juices or until pan juices start to caramelize on bottom of pan and chicken is golden brown.

Serves 4.
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Old 09-26-2009, 10:12 PM   #245
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Bacon cups

Link to bacon cup directions

Mmm...these look yummy!!




I would try to cook them on glass bowls, though, rather than on aluminum foil.
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Things to do

Order:
bacon
sausage
little smokies
Canadian bacon
pepperoni
hot dogs

glass milk bottles and lids


Find a source for landjaegers of meat from organic, grass-fed, pastured animals.

Make a menu.
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Saving a recipe from here. I haven't yet tried it, but people are talking about it!

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This recipe calls for roasting a whole chicken, but you could use the spice mix on boneless skinless breasts and bake as normal. As a whole roast chicken this recipe is AWESOME.

Mimi's Sticky Chicken
©Mimi Hiller, 1985-2001

This is the best and easiest roast chicken you've ever tasted. It seems a little strange, but it's the only one my family will eat, and company loves it, too!

2 teaspoons salt (could omit)
1 teaspoon paprika
3/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper
1/2 teaspoon onion powder
1/2 teaspoon thyme
1/2 teaspoon white pepper
1/4 teaspoon garlic powder
1/4 teaspoon black pepper
1 whole roasting chicken, about 3 pounds
1 cup chopped onions
Combine all spices (first 8 ingredients) in small bowl.
Rinse chicken, inside and out. Drain well.

Rub spice mixture over skin and the inside of chicken.

Place in a resealable plastic bag, seal and refrigerate overnight.

When ready to roast, stuff cavity with onions.

Place chicken breast side down in roasting pan.

Roast uncovered at 250ºF (that's not a typo...it's really 250º! Anything over 225º is safe as long as the chicken reaches an internal temperature of at least 155º, which this does, and more) for about 5 hours. Baste occasionally with pan juices or until pan juices start to caramelize on bottom of pan and chicken is golden brown.

Serves 4.

sounds interesting.

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Mmm...these look yummy!!




I would try to cook them on glass bowls, though, rather than on aluminum foil.
I've seen these before. they look awesome!
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sounds interesting.



I've seen these before. they look awesome!

Howdy!

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My stomach still doesn't feel right, but I feel SO much better than I did.

TODAY'S WEIGHT
201.5

I think that fair food at midnight doesn't help one to not retain water. Just sayin'.
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Oops. Typo. It was 200.5.
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Oops. Typo. It was 200.5.


almost to ONEderland!
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almost to ONEderland!
Thanks for the happy guys, but I've been there so many times in the past year that I have become discouraged with it. The last time that I got down to 194.5 (before our summer camping trip) I thought that it was going to stick, but my weight went back up to... 210, IIRC. That WAS my fault, for eating a bunch of carby crud, but it makes me wonder if I'm really losing anything real at all, or if it's ALL water weight. Everytime I go off low-carbing, it goes back up to 204 or higher. Could I be losing the same 10 lbs of water over and over? Yes, I'm consoling myself.

On a happy note, though, I DID weigh 213.5 a year ago, and I don't now. I DO know that I've lost about 13 pounds. At least THAT is gone.

Thanks for coming to my journal to support me and to give me a boost or tips or whatever when I need it. Even if you're just keeping me company, it's something that I appreciate!
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Thanks for the happy guys, but I've been there so many times in the past year that I have become discouraged with it. The last time that I got down to 194.5 (before our summer camping trip) I thought that it was going to stick, but my weight went back up to... 210, IIRC. That WAS my fault, for eating a bunch of carby crud, but it makes me wonder if I'm really losing anything real at all, or if it's ALL water weight. Everytime I go off low-carbing, it goes back up to 204 or higher. Could I be losing the same 10 lbs of water over and over? Yes, I'm consoling myself.



lol@ consoling yourself. I got down to 140 once since 1998 when I first started lc. after that I gained back up and averaged out at 180 for a long time...then 190, then 205 was a comfy place for a while...and I bounced back down to an invisible barrier at 190 for years...yoyoing and going on and off LC. I don't think it's all water...just the first couple pounds...




On a happy note, though, I DID weigh 213.5 a year ago, and I don't now. I DO know that I've lost about 13 pounds. At least THAT is gone.

and NOT WATER!


Thanks for coming to my journal to support me and to give me a boost or tips or whatever when I need it. Even if you're just keeping me company, it's something that I appreciate!

I like the whole journal thing..seriously....and I like us chatting here...especially the positive focus on what we're doing to get things better or in order at least. It is steps in the right direction and i like that!
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WTB, yes, those lbs are NOT water!! Thanks for all of the encouragement. I'm glad that you like chatting here.


I thought that I was going to be almost well today, but after being awake for an hour or so, I suddenly started to feel fatigued. I feel like somebody is sitting on my chest. I don't think that that is a good symptom to have.
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I didn't feel like cooking yesterday, and ate mall Chinese chicken, an accidentally sweet tea from Starbucks, DH's leftover mall Chinese chicken (orange chicken), some Korn Fritters w/ honey butter, and 1 1/2 biscuits. Yeah, it was a healthy-eating day.
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BREAKFAST

6 oz decaf coffee w/ cinnamon, 2 TBSP heavy cream
2 umeboshi



That's a whoppin' 46 calories.
3.5 g fat
3.8 g carbs
1.1 g protein

I just don't feel like eating. Well, maybe it's more that I don't feel like cooking anything right now.
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6 oz decaf coffee w/ cinnamon, 2 TBSP heavy cream
2 umeboshi



That's a whoppin' 46 calories.
3.5 g fat
3.8 g carbs
1.1 g protein

I just don't feel like eating. Well, maybe it's more that I don't feel like cooking anything right now.

^^^^^^what is that?




and are you feeling any better?
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^^^^^^what is that?




and are you feeling any better?
I was going to post a link or type a description, but I forgot to do it. It's a Japanese pickled plum that I've read is actually an apricot. It is salty and s-o-u-r with no vinegar, so it's not pickled in the American sense. I think that an accurate description would be "salty, sour-infused soft thing w/ a pit...used to be a fruit.

As for how I feel, it's up and down. Thanks for asking. Mostly fatigue and stuffy nose now, but I cough sometimes.
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TODAY'S WEIGHT
200


If I were actually trusting my weight to be a clear reflection of losing according to what I ate (which I don't), I'd think that what I need to eat to lose weight is:
  • a Korn Fritter w/ honey butter
  • sushi
  • Japanese curry (thickened w/ starch) w/ carrots and potatoes
  • potato chips
  • ice cream

Yes, I ate oh-so-well yesterday!
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Bronchitis, and haven't been eating as much as normal...sometimes.

I made borscht yesterday. I might feel like making chicken soup today. I might just sleep, instead.

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If I were actually trusting my weight to be a clear reflection of losing according to what I ate (which I don't), I'd think that what I need to eat to lose weight is:
  • a Korn Fritter w/ honey butter
  • sushi
  • Japanese curry (thickened w/ starch) w/ carrots and potatoes
  • potato chips
  • ice cream

Yes, I ate oh-so-well yesterday!
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Bronchitis, and haven't been eating as much as normal...sometimes.

I made borscht yesterday. I might feel like making chicken soup today. I might just sleep, instead.

I want your diet.
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LMHO!
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I'm pretty sure that it's the lower amount of food that I'm eating that's making my weight not go up. I am NOT thinking that these foods are really helping me to lose weight!
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TODAY'S BREAKFAST
duck egg custard
fresh raspberries in cream
1 piece bacon

Time to cook lunch.
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Another question for my doctor:

Since I try to cook healthy food for my kids, we eat far less junk food than most families, we don't share cups, food, etc., why are we sick so often compared to our extended families who don't do these things? Well, in one household, it seems that somebody is almost always sick w/ a cold, but not all of them.
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Another question for my doctor:

Since I try to cook healthy food for my kids, we eat far less junk food than most families, we don't share cups, food, etc., why are we sick so often compared to our extended families who don't do these things? Well, in one household, it seems that somebody is almost always sick w/ a cold, but not all of them.

I think that is an excellent question. other questions would be

have u checked your A/C ductwork for mold?

do ya'll take vitamins daily?

when there is illness in the house do you lysol/bleach doorknobs, drawer handles, etc where the germs are most easily transmitted?

we are rarely sick and do #2 and #3 (when someone is) just a thought from a household that doesn't get sick often. (now watch us get sick now that I've opened my big mouth)
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Hmm...we haven't had our house checked for mold, but then again, we were always sick before moving here. OTOH, there WAS mold there, so maybe that's a mute point.

We take vitamins when we remember.

DH likes for us to use disinfectant wipes when somebody is sick. It's the frequency that illness comes into our house that I wonder about. It's strange, especially since the kids are at home most of the time.

Sometimes I think that if I'm exposed to germs, I will come down w/ one of them.


Thanks for the ideas!
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LUNCH
2 organic, free-range, all-meat hot dogs w/ Tabasco and taco sauce
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Simple carbs are bad, bad things

I had cocoa and vanilla bunny cereal for lunch. I made Nutella milk (had about 2 TBSP) and egg nog (again, about 2 TBSP). I ate a little Nutella.

For dinner, we had baked potato soup and store-bought chicken pot pie. I was very full, but keep wishing that I could have more chicken pot pie...or the crust of one, at the very least. When I eat my normal WOE, I don't really overeat much. Then I ate 3 cookies. Then I tasted some more egg nog.

I realized that the more simple carbs I eat, the more I want to eat even if I'm not hungry! They're bad, bad, bad for me!


I just ate a Dove chocolate.
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