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Old 07-07-2003, 11:52 PM   #1
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Monday, July 7th

Breakfast:
1/2 tuna sandwich
1 coffee with cream and sugar
1 banana muffin

Lunch:
cucumber, tomato and Feta cheese salad
1/4 cup hummus
1/4 cup tabouleh
2 small pita rounds
1/2 cup applesauce

Dinner:
1 tuna sandwich
1 black cherry diet soda
1 herbal tea
1 French Vanilla cappucino
1 Canadian maple doughnut
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Old 07-08-2003, 11:45 AM   #2
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I have to record my journal already and I got real tired of typing it out twice but rest assured Im journaling.. at journaltosuccess +)

Im SO proud! Yesterday I was so hungry I was actually rifling through the kitchen looking for food although I had all my points. I ended up resisting and not going over.

WHEW

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Old 07-08-2003, 11:46 AM   #3
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mau are you a veggie girl? where is your meat?! chicken?

whats tabouleh? curious
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Tallara- I'm not a vegetarian but I try to eat a lot of veggies and only a small amount of meat. I need to eat a little protein with each meal or I don't feel good. I am trying to keep my carbs low and only eat wholewheat bread and grains.

Yesterday I had a can of tuna with 1 tbsp non-fat mayo and 1 tsp wasabi- lime mustard ( made 2 really big sandwiches) ate one in a.m and one for dinner.

The hummous counts as some protein since it is made out of chick peas.

Tabouleh is a Lebanese salad made of chopped parsley, a little finely chopped tomato, finely chopped onion, garlic, olive oil and spices. Some people add bulgur ( a grain - kind of looks like couscous) to it - others don’t. It is very yummy!
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mau, if you like a chunkier tuna, I add red onion, apple, eggwhite and chopped pickles in mine =)

I bet we probably get in the same amt of protein. I eat meat everyday (well not beef) at least chicken or.. well ok i eat chicken almost every day haha and I eat a little peanutbutter sometimes too. My beef consumption has plummeted to about 1 4oz serving a week. Only because I dont want to eat hamburgers every day and there are many more recipes for chicken

anywa im babbling.

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Tuesday, July 8, 2003

Breakfast
2 slices of bacon
1 egg scrambled - without milk
1 coffee with cream and sugar

Snack
1 low-fat oatmeal muffin (homemade)
1 decaf tea with milk and sweetener

Lunch
Salad of mixed red and green leaf lettuce, cucumber, alfalfa sprouts, tomato, 1 oz cheese,
1 oz chopped lean ham, non-fat Italian dressing
2 small mandarin oranges

Snack
½ cup strawberries

Dinner
2 cups mixed greens salad with non-fat italian dressing
4 oz sole in dijon mustard and Italian breadcrumb seasoning -baked
1 cup steamed asparagus
½ cup brown rice
1 fat free fudge bar

Snack
3 cups of air popped popcorn with nacho seasoning

Tallara - your tuna mix sounds yummy
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Old 07-09-2003, 12:33 PM   #7
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Wednesday, July 9
Breakfast:
½ cup cheerios with 1/4 2% milk
1 coffee with cream and 1 tsp sugar

Snack:
1 low-fat oatmeal muffin
1 decaf tea with sweetener and milk

Lunch:
Small side salad of Salad of mixed red and green leaf lettuce, alfalfa sprouts, tomato, 1 oz
cheese, 1 oz chopped lean ham, non-fat Italian dressing
1/4 cup hummus
1/4 cup tabouleh
1 1/2 small pita rounds
½ cup cherries
1 -8 oz glass Crystal light

Snack:
½ cup strawberries
1 -8 oz glass Crystal light

Dinner:
1 serving of Osso bucco
½ cup brown rice
1 cup steamed green beans with1 tsp butter
1 can of Fresca

Snack:
4 dates
1 cup herbal tea

That is the plan anyways
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Old 07-09-2003, 03:56 PM   #8
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mau your menus are fantastic. what a variety of things you have there! Im such a boring cook.. I was most certainly NOT born junecleaver Ill tell you that
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Thanks Tallara ! I think it helps if you actually enjoy cooking, which I do, plus I like to try different cuisines from all over the world.

The fish dish is from a Weight Watcher's book in which all the recipes take 15 minutes to cook. It turned out pretty good but I would add some more herbs or a bit of hot paprika next time to jazz it up a bit.

Tonight I am making osso buco from one of the Somercizing books I have.
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Thursday, July 10

Breakfast
1 carnation instant breakfast did not enjoy it at all!
1 coffee with cream and sugar

Snack
1 low-fat oatmeal muffin (homemade)
1 decaf tea with milk and sweetener

Lunch
Salad of mixed red and green leaf lettuce, cucumber, alfalfa sprouts, tomato, 1 oz cheese,
1 oz chopped lean ham, non-fat Italian dressing
½ cup strawberries

Dinner
Steak and sausage pie
1/2 cup mashed potatoes
1 cup mixed veggies
1/2 cup ice cream
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Friday July 11

Breakfast:
½ cup cheerios with 1/4 2% milk
1 coffee with cream and 1 tsp sugar

Snack:
1 low-fat oatmeal muffin
1 decaf tea with sweetener and milk

Lunch:
Subway- 6 inch roast chicken sub on wholewheat bun
1 16 oz glass Crystal Light

Dinner:
1 PC Low-fat breaded chicken breast
1 cup of steamed asparagus
1 small redskin potato

Saturday, July 12

Breakfast:
2 eggo banana bread waffles with maple syrup
1 cup of coffee with cream and sugar

Lunch:
2 slices of bacon and mushroom pizza

Dinner:
4 oz venison steak
1 small redskin potato
1 cup sauteed green and red peppers and onions
1 can of fresca

Snack:
1 handful of unsalted cashews
1 cup of tostitos with 1/4 cup Salsa
1 8-0z glass of Dr. Pepper
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Sunday, July 13

Breakfast:
2 pieces of raisin toast
1 cup of coffee with cream and sugar

Lunch:
2 pieces of raisin toast (again :rolleyes)
1 cup of tea with milk and sugar

Dinner:
4 oz venison steak
1 small redskin potato
1 cup yellow beans
1 can of fresca
1 fat free fudge bar
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Monday, July 14

Breakfast:
2 slices of raisin toast
1 coffee with cream and sugar

Snack:
1 cup non-fat yogurt
1 cup of decaf tea with milk and sweetener

Lunch:
1 bagel sandwich with ham, lettuce and hot mustard
1/2 cup applesauce

SnacK:
1 banana

Dinner:
Salad of Romaine lettuce, tomato, broccoli, sprouts, 1 oz cheddar cheese, 2 oz turkey, 1 tbsp low-fat Italian dressing
1 nectarine

Snack: Post WW meeting treat at Tim Horton's
1 medium French Vanilla capuccino
1 Canadian Maple doughnut
12 cheddar rice chips
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