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Old 05-15-2010, 10:10 PM   #1191
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babe, do you like smoothies? I have this sometimes when my liquid isn't restricted and I love it . I also have some wheat toast no butter or margarine...
I puree 1 small banana,1/2up mixed berries, 3/4 cup pomagranite juice1/3 to 1/2 cup soy or 2% milk in blender whizz til well blended, plain no sugar yogurt can be add for the milk any berri for the berry combination...
Cals 253 fat 1 gl carbs 59g cholesterol 0 fiber 6g. sodium 35mg
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i often make smoothies, made one this week with frozen bananas and pineapple in choco ovaltine. wish the frozen fruit was not so expensive. i am only allowed 64 oz of fluid. my sodium should be no more than 2000 and dr. prefers if it is less. made some applesauce, oatmeal muffins ( will have a half) in am. made giant ones. threw in some dried cranberries. i broke the recipe down to carbs, sodium and calories. some of this is a challenge and as such is fun. thanks for all your ideas.
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Old 05-15-2010, 11:58 PM   #1192
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Ham and cheese omlet with salsa and an english muffin toasted with butter.
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Old 06-02-2010, 10:52 AM   #1193
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I tried the new Subway breakfast sammie deal this morning. It was a western egg white melt which was very tasty!! I love "dipping" eggs. To me the yolk is the best part of an egg. If I could figure out how to get an egg that is all yolk I would be in heaven!! The whites have always been "tasteles, rubber" to me. So the thought of eggs without the yolk has always seemed silly to me. But I saw the commercial for the new Subway breafast deal and said what the heck. (I HAVE NEVER HAD EGG WHITE ONLY ANYTHING BUT MERINGUE ON LEMON PIE.) We got a fried egg white "pancake" with Black Forest Ham, American and Monterey cheddar cheeses, green pepper and red onion on a whole wheat english muffin and either medium coffee or a large bottle of Minute Maid orange juice for only $2.50! Thats a great deal!! I will have it again.
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Old 06-02-2010, 10:57 AM   #1194
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I love "dipping" eggs. To me the yolk is the best part of an egg. If I could figure out how to get an egg that is all yolk I would be in heaven!! The whites have always been "tasteles, rubber" to me.
I'm with you there. My favorite way to have eggs is poached, so I get the yolk as a kind of sauce to put on the rest of my breakfast.
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Old 06-03-2010, 02:26 PM   #1195
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a big bowl of oatmeal, with splenda brown , and butter. that's it no milk. i like it very thick.
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Old 06-03-2010, 02:38 PM   #1196
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I had a great breakfast today. A cup of Teavana Copper Knot Hongcha, and a Spicy Tuna wrap from Soy Cafe in Philly.

"Spicy Tuna - Solid white albacore tuna, spicy hummus, fresh peach or apple, spring mix, caviar, sesame"

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Old 06-03-2010, 02:58 PM   #1197
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That wrap looks and sounds delicious!

I have a B L A T this morning :)
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Old 06-05-2010, 10:46 AM   #1198
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I made french toast with the leftover bread. I even put some of Kathleen's strawberry balsamic jam on it. Good stuff.
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Old 06-05-2010, 10:55 AM   #1199
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I made french toast with the leftover bread. I even put some of Kathleen's strawberry balsamic jam on it. Good stuff.
Sadly Frank I never eat breakfast, but if I did I would want some of Kathleens jam...
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I had a V-8 with my morning meds...off to bed!
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