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Old 07-04-2006, 07:08 AM   #31
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For breakfast today i had garlic bread and a glass of water. For lunch i had toast with cheese and tomatoes. For dinner we'll see, i feel like having lasagne, but im nt sure if all ingredients are on hand...:)
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Old 07-04-2006, 10:26 PM   #32
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as of yet, nothing. but I only woke up 20 mins or so ago. and I thoroughly intend of eating a big plate of nachos when my friend comes over and we go to the movies. :) I can't help it! they're brilliant and I haven't had them in forever!

yesterday I ate: 2 pieces of garlic bread, about half a plate of penne with sun-dried tomatoes garlic kalamata olives and pistachios, a medium-piece of perch with lemongrass blend, basil and danish fetta, salad with lettuce semi-dried tomatoes eggplant capscium and fetta. plus like 10 'nice' biscuits (ie loaded with sugar). and a cup of 2-minute noodles, prawn and chicken flavour. (in my defense i was a little...uhh... altered when i ate the biscuits and noodles ahaha).

today I shall have my splurge for lunch and then healthy dinner :) maybe. !! everyone says I'm losing weight which is incentive, although also pretty odd as I've been getting some hardcore munchies lately and eating like you wouldn't believe.
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Old 07-04-2006, 10:47 PM   #33
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one egg omelette with cheese, whole wheat toast, coffee

bbq chicken with hawaiian bbq sauce, potato salad, charro beans, green salad, chocolate mousse with fresh strawberries
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Old 07-05-2006, 01:14 AM   #34
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2 or 3 protein shakes, 2 slices w/w toast with almond butter and light berry spread, w/w sandwich with f/f chicken and light miracle whip, 4 pieces of turkey pepperoni, Clif Bar, frozen yogurt cone@Ikea, about to make a shake before bed

feel like poop - first time I've been sick in a loooooong time - stupid cold
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Old 07-05-2006, 03:13 AM   #35
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not much. i snacked while i prepped some stuff - a few ounces of chicken & some fruit & of a couple cubes of angel food cake as i prepped it, more than enough alcohol, caffeine-free coca-cola, a few miniature ginger ales, a sampling each of baked beans, & potato salad. got to my apt. & weighed in at 120 after i bathed w/ my cords & tie-dye. you wanna see a frantic luvs?!
ii'm getting to my dietician to see why i gained like that!
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Old 07-05-2006, 08:37 PM   #36
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One cup of coffee with one cup of light soymilk, one whole egg scrambled with three egg whites, about 1/3 of a "small" gourmet pizza (bigger than a personal pan though), a couple ounces of chicken breast, a strawberry, and I'll probably finish that whole pizza later.
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Old 07-05-2006, 08:54 PM   #37
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A bowl of cereal for brakfast, one of lunch and leftovers from last night for dinner.


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Old 07-05-2006, 10:08 PM   #38
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ensureplus, 2 of my herbed roasted postage-stamp potatoes, plenty of caffeine-free coca-cola & ginger ale, an orange, a cube of canteloupe, a cherry, plenty of alcoholic beverages....
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Old 07-06-2006, 05:31 AM   #39
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I had an apple, some Kashi dry, and a banana smoothie for breakfast. Making tofu enchiladas and spanish rice for lunch and red pepper bruschetta and a stuffed green pepper for dinner.
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Old 07-07-2006, 02:38 AM   #40
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Breakfast: Starbucks tall (small) tangerine juice-tea blend frappicino thingamajig with whipped cream. Lunch: Nothing really except for a bunch of little free samples in the mall food court, a coffee with a tad bit of milk and splenda added to it, and loads of mint gum. Dinner: A chicken pastichio salad from a mall resturaunt (with chicken, pistachios, strawberries, jamica, grapes, dried cranberries, and dark cherry vinagerrette dressing), a cup of orange-vanilla-jasmine green and black tea with one packet of sugar, and the a small after-dinner mint-chocolate that came with the bill. A bit later: A large tea (half herbal, half-green) with a little skim milk and splenda. Late-night dessert: A champagne glass full of light vanilla soymilk and topped with whipped light cream and a cherry and three quarters of a Godiva solid milk chocolate bar. I don't think I've done horribly considering I spent eleven hours at the mall today.
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