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Old 02-11-2003, 05:18 PM   #1
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Feb 10

Breakfast:

Oatmeal muffin
coffee

Lunch:
did not get to have lunch until 3:40 PM
had my salad and some fruit

Dinner:
Roast Chicken
Potatoes
Gravy
mixed Green and yellow beans

Way too many cups of tea throughout the day


Feb 11, 2002

Breakfast:
instant oatmeal
coffee


Snack:
a couple of timbits
non-fat yougurt

Lunch:

big salad full of veggies, cheese and roasted ham
1 apple

dinner:
wholewheat penne pasta tossed with stirfried ground beef, garlic, red & green peppers, onions, mushrooms, diced canned tomatoes, ground pepper and italian seasonings

Water:

drank 4 16 0z glasses today
and only 1 decaf tea
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Old 02-12-2003, 11:14 AM   #2
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Wednesday, Feb. 12

Breakfast:
oatmeal
coffee

Snack:
1 orange
decaf tea

Lunch:
Ham sandwich on brown bread with dijon mustard
cubed cheddar cheese
green grapes

Snack:
non-fat yogurt

Dinner:
Pasta leftovers from Tuesday night
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Old 02-13-2003, 12:15 PM   #3
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Feb 13

Breakfast:
oatmeal
coffee

Lunch:

Big salad with broccoli, cheese, ham and tomato, balsamic vinigraitte dressing
Melba toast
1 orange

Snack:
non-fat yougurt
apple

Dinner:
pork chops
veggies
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Old 02-14-2003, 10:06 PM   #4
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February 12

B: Kashi Good Friends, skim milk, toast

L:salad with chicken, 2 rice cakes, diet fudgsicle

S: rice crackers, light popcorn

D: corn flakes, skim milk

S: puffed wheat, granola bar

[too much cereal eh what!]

February 13:

B: puffed wheat, skim milk

L: Boca on bun, diet fudgsicle

S: rice crackers, light popcorn

D: Lean Cuisine, salad

PMS: dry cereal, granola bar, diet fudgsicle


February 14:

B: 1/2 bagel, fat free cream cheese, coffee with skim milk

L: dry bagel, corn flakes, skim milk

S: apple, rice crackers, light popcorn

D: Lean Cuisine, salad, baby carrots


I am going to switch back to oatmeal to fill me up in the morning, and lay off all the cereal and toast! Writing it out here really made me see that this has been the Week of the Endless Breakfast! Ugh!

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Old 02-15-2003, 03:54 PM   #5
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Feb 14
Breakfast:
oatmeal
coffee

Lunch:

Big salad with broccoli, cheese, ham and tomato, balsamic vinigraitte dressing
Melba toast
1 orange

Snack:
non-fat yougurt
apple

dinner:
Greek food=
dolmades
spanokopita
tatziki and grilled pita bread
calmari
Galaktoboureko (dessert )
2 glasses of Greek wine (hopa! )


February 15

Breakfast:
kashi cereal with 2 % milk
coffee

Lunch:
mortadella on panini roll
couscous salad

Dinner:
Going out for a friend's birthday -Indian food!
(planning on eating butter chicken mmmm... )
and probably an Indian beer
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Old 02-15-2003, 09:12 PM   #6
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I haven't posted my food in awhile. Let's see if I was good today.

BF: 2 cups coffee

Snack: part of a gormet cookie my niece wouldn't eat! (100 cal)

Lunch: BLT 2 slices bread (140)
mayo (20)
tomatoe and lettuce (30)
3 slices turkey bacon (100) Total= 290

apple and T. fat free carmel dip 100

Dinner: Boca burger, cottage cheese, salad 500

Snack: yogurt 220; little cheese wedge and a few pretzels 120

Total= 1350

Oh good, I was well behaved. Today was a big protein day!

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Sunday, Feb 16

Breakfast:

Slept late didn't eat

Lunch:
Mortadella sandwich on panini roll

Dinner:
roast beef
Yorkshire pudding
potatoes
broccoli
gravy
1 glass red wine
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