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Old 01-20-2014, 01:59 PM   #4441
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I've never been to England. I don't know how popular they might be.
Oh, sorry, I thought you might have been in the UK. My mistake. But it does seem as if you 'inherited' that liking from your Mom.
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Old 01-20-2014, 03:03 PM   #4442
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Her and I seemed to have the same tastes... except when it came to pigs' feet.
My sister eats more like my dad, except when it comes to rare meat.
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Old 01-20-2014, 03:26 PM   #4443
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Today was gluten free toast - one slice with a skim of palm oil margarine and the other with some homemade raspberry blueberry jam, a gift from our neighbour.
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Old 01-20-2014, 03:49 PM   #4444
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Her and I seemed to have the same tastes... except when it came to pigs' feet.
My sister eats more like my dad, except when it comes to rare meat.
Pac, have you ever had the beans with Brown Bread? They are both have molasses in them and are a perfect match. My mother would remove the top from the can and heat it up in a pan of simmering water. The butter would melt right into the slice of Brown Bread.
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Old 01-20-2014, 04:45 PM   #4445
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Pac, have you ever had the beans with Brown Bread? They are both have molasses in them and are a perfect match. My mother would remove the top from the can and heat it up in a pan of simmering water. The butter would melt right into the slice of Brown Bread.
Nope. Just plain white bread. And then later on with buttered toast if I'm eating them for breakfast.
Brown bread isn't that popular in my crowd, but it is delcious.
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Old 01-22-2014, 08:45 PM   #4446
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lemon poppyseed muffin & coffee.
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Old 01-22-2014, 09:55 PM   #4447
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I had a thoughtful person bring me all kinds of treats from the bakery case that I would not normally eat...I've been working through those for breakfast...in small amounts.
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Old 01-23-2014, 12:34 AM   #4448
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lemon poppyseed muffin & coffee.
How is the diet going? Are you still having trouble staying on the right path?

You know we are all rooting for you. Any more pounds lost? And why no protein for breakfast. You didn't think I would let that go by, did you?

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How is the diet going? Are you still having trouble staying on the right path?

You know we are all rooting for you. Any more pounds lost? And why no protein for breakfast. You didn't think I would let that go by, did you?

No, nothing lost. I gained 5 lbs over Christmas. Still working on getting the weight off. I took about a month off from tracking my food & I wasn t making the best choices. Just this week I started tracking what I eat, on-line, & have been at the gym every day this week. Big family get together planned in July, I am determined to get under that 200# mark.

I do need to get that protein back in my breakfasts, I just love those muffins! Another banana nut one w coffee today for breakfast.

It's wonderful to get back into it & get your feedback Addie!!
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No, nothing lost. I gained 5 lbs over Christmas. Still working on getting the weight off. I took about a month off from tracking my food & I wasn t making the best choices. Just this week I started tracking what I eat, on-line, & have been at the gym every day this week. Big family get together planned in July, I am determined to get under that 200# mark.

I do need to get that protein back in my breakfasts, I just love those muffins! Another banana nut one w coffee today for breakfast.

It's wonderful to get back into it & get your feedback Addie!!
Don't deprive yourself - that can make you go off-track. How about a half a muffin and a hard-boiled egg?
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