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  1. #196
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    B: Whole wheat toast with almond butter
    -Ran 3 miles
    S: White chocolate mocha with skim milk..so bad but so good
    L: Whole wheat pasta with roasted tomatoes, onions, garlic, and a bit of cottage cheese mixed in and a banana/almond milk smoothie

    No dinner yet... but I'm SO HUNGRY. My fridge is almost empty, yikes.

  2. #197
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    Quote Originally Posted by tribogota View Post
    Owlie, I am sure glad that my whole pyrex of brownies makes you feel bad
    No, that just makes me drool. I'd have to replace my keyboard if you said you'd baked them in one of these: http://www.thinkgeek.com/homeoffice/kitchen/a1aa/

    Let's see:

    B: Bowl of cereal with 1%
    3 mi bike ride (thanks, idiots on roads...)
    Post-ride snack: glass of Coke. Best thing I've found for staving off the post-ride headaches I get.
    L: Slice of pizza.
    S: A couple of mini chocolate chip cookies
    D: I think it'll be leftover chicken or fried rice (homemade).

  3. #198
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    Yesterday was only 16 kms. of cycling.
    usual breakfast of oatmeal, tea, etc. Tangerine
    snacks: biscotti, cofee & milk. Banana
    2 granola bars, 3 coffees & milk, another banana. Was manning a Bike to Work Wk. food station.
    Supper: sandwich with proscuitto, artichoke pieces, tomato, onions.


    Today only 13 kms. of cycling. Could have done more in between rain showers, I guess. Losing my jive today.
    Same breakfast as above.
    Snacks: Apricot danish & coffee,
    2 slices of green olive bread
    Raisins, 1 banana
    Supper: stir-fried shrimp with veggies and noodles. Tea & milk.
    Last edited by shootingstar; 11-07-2009 at 06:06 PM.
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  4. #199
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    Blueberry yogurt
    Giiiiant Bowl of Chicken soup (I'll probably have another )
    A bagel with raspberry cream cheese
    1 orange gatorade....
    Help me reach my $8,000 goal for the American Lung Association! Riding Seattle to D.C. for clean air! http://larissaridesforcleanair.org
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  5. #200
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    First rac - ate everything!!

    My first race
    before;
    two bananas
    Turkish apple tea
    Orange juice
    After;
    Entire body weight in bananas, oranges and apples( they were free!1) I must have had about 5 bananas,two apples and unlimited orange smiles( I love it when fruit is cut up for me)
    Then;
    fresh baked quinoa biscuits with quince paste and Parmesan
    Salad( avocado, red cabbage, green pepper with balsamic and mustard)
    Steamed green beans, carrots, okra and chinese mushrooms. I think elephant ears and the one that look like tentacles.
    Red quinoa( with hot sauce yum!)
    Baked mushrooms
    Conquering illness, one step at time.

  6. #201
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    Late breakfast: Bowl of cereal with 1% milk
    S: Cup of coffee.
    Late lunch/early dinner: 3-egg omelet with cheddar, tomato, onion, garlic and half a chili pepper. I ate the rest of the onion and tomato on the side. Sort of a pico de gallo, without the cilantro (because I ran out). Pomegranate limeade to drink.
    I think I'll have something later. There will be an apple and perhaps carrots involved--I think I ate my cholesterol allowance for the month!

  7. #202
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    Quote Originally Posted by cylegoddess View Post
    fresh baked quinoa biscuits with quince paste and Parmesan
    Salad( avocado, red cabbage, green pepper with balsamic and mustard)
    Steamed green beans, carrots, okra and chinese mushrooms. I think elephant ears and the one that look like tentacles.
    Red quinoa( with hot sauce yum!)
    Baked mushrooms
    Elephant ears= shitake mushrooms?
    Those quinoa biscuits sound good and interesting. We just bought some fresh quince. Got to check a recipe book on what to do with them.

    Yesterday
    Same breakfast & snack as previous entry, except bread was slice of cranberry pistachio bread (sour dough based).
    Supper: homemade green curry tomato, red pepper, onions, garlic and ginger root. Over brown rice.

    Today
    B- oatmeal with milk, tangerine, tea with milk
    Snacks- pumpkin scone, coffee with milk
    2 tangerines, slice of cranberry pistachio bread, raisins, tea with milk
    Fresh baked pretzel. (Real German style, not the chain bakery ones. The authentic ones are the healthiest, at least no fats.)
    Supper - steamed salmon fillet with bit of soy sauce, oil, ginger root. With light noodles on side (flavoured with sauce from fish dish) and blanched spinach.
    Last edited by shootingstar; 11-10-2009 at 07:40 PM.
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  8. #203
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    B: a latte from Starbucks after my cell biology exam.
    L: The last of the leftover meatloaf from Sunday night, with ketchup
    S: a few mini chocolate chip cookies, chai with milk and sugar.
    D: Leftover fried rice. Guess I'm cooking tomorrow night.

  9. #204
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    Shooting star - quinoa is a berry, that is ground like a grain, for flour. It has a texture like cous cous( but with little 'tails' ) when cooked for savory or can be flaked for cereal. It has more fat and more protein than grain.

    MMM quince !
    I have PMT and am eating EVERYTHING> I hate that. Esp since all I eat is mostly fruti and veg so I am bloated up like a big balloon.
    Conquering illness, one step at time.

  10. #205
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    Great soup recipe!

    http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/Sweet-P...up/Detail.aspx

    I made this for dinner last night. My only tweeks were that I only had one carrot in the house, and I used a couple of chicken boullion cubes instead of veggie stock. Also added additional black pepper.

    It came out really really well, was very satisfying, and is full of healthy stuff!

    Highly recommended!
    Susan Otcenas
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  11. #206
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    Weekend, Monday and tuesday I did pretty good,

    For lunch on Monday and tuesday I packed some ginseng chicken soup for lunch, with brown rice and a vegetable.

    Last night I was too tired to prepare anything for lunch.

    this morning i woke late, so didn't have time for breakfast,a run or a long ride to work.
    lunch was packed rice(white) with squid and 3 types of veggies
    since it was mostly white rice and veggies, i was hungry again 4 hrs later, and guess what i had an egg sandwich (white bread!) and a sweet bun...

    I think i figured out what makes me sleepy/tired... REFINED CARBS! I was soooo sluggy after that i almost fell asleep in front of the kids!

    for tmw's lunch, i made curried lentil and cauliflower stew, with some boiled eggs.

    I find that i really need to make the effort to prepare my lunches. somehow i feel much better, and i can schedule in exercise better.. it's tough though, cooking and planning...nothing comes easy i guess... sigh...

    on a more upbeat note, 5 more school days till end of term, and 2 weeks till i go to the US to see my dearest boyfriend! I'm excited!!

  12. #207
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    My garlic press. I think it's an OXO. After buying a few cheapies over the years, which always ended up breaking or bending, I finally plunked down the $$ for an expensive one. This one is bombproof and will last me forever.

    I used garlic almost everyday, and would not want to go back to mincing by hand.

    It's also useful for mincing fresh ginger.

    I also have to say how much I love my Henckels knives. A good quality knife set with decent heft is invaluable in the kitchen. Again, I use them every day and would be quite the frustrated cook without them.
    Susan Otcenas
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  13. #208
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    Breakfast:
    Oatmeal with frozen blueberries
    Banana

    Lunch:
    Salad with taco-seasoned beef and light cheese, salsa for dressing.
    Fruit cup.

    Dinner will probably be some more taco salad.

  14. #209
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    I ate too much today...

  15. #210
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    I didn't eat enough today...

    coffee (once a week), it was a delicious latte from my new kinda local cafe
    finished off my loaf of bread I made on Monday. It lasted 3 days; that's pretty good. I had it with some Brie.
    An apple.

    I'll probably have some spaghetti and a salad for dinner.

    It's not enough, but I'm working so much and kindof on auto mode and I lose may appetite when I get like that. Deadline is over this weekend so I'll get back to normal soon.

 

 

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