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Old 05-29-2014, 10:25 PM   #61
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B: vanilla shake and coffee in blender w/ice
L: southwest cheese curls, 2 cups broccoli
D: 4 eggs, 1 cup spinach and 1 cup mushrooms omlette
S: Butterscotch pudding
For eggs to replace your protein, you need 4 whole AND 2 whites to get enough protein, etc. Instead of meat... Lots of egg! Or you can add a couple ounces somewhere else in the day.

Also 1 whole egg and 2 whites can be used instead of an IP packet (I.e. Breakfast). It' salsa a less costly way to add the equivalent of an extra packet (I get a containers of whites).
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B: IP Apple Cinnamon Soy Puffs, 1 oz skim milk
L: 1 cup spinach, 1 cup lettuce, 1 cup yellow squash, WF Honey Dijion, IP BBQ Crisps
S: IP Strawberry Banana
D: 8 oz chicken breast, 2 tbsp Frank's buffalo sauce, 1 cup broccoli, 1 cup celery, WF Bleu Cheese for dipping
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For eggs to replace your protein, you need 4 whole AND 2 whites to get enough protein, etc. Instead of meat... Lots of egg! Or you can add a couple ounces somewhere else in the day.

Also 1 whole egg and 2 whites can be used instead of an IP packet (I.e. Breakfast). It' salsa a less costly way to add the equivalent of an extra packet (I get a containers of whites).
Thank you!!
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Happy Friday!
Day 3-alternatives

B- Jay Robb's Strawberry Whey protein shake
3 c. Coffee w/ davinchi SF caramel & 2oz EAS vanilla

L- 2 c. Romaine w/ 2 c. Mixed veggies & WF sweet onion dressing
Quest chocolate peanut butter bar

D- 6oz rotisserie chx, 2c. Zucchini (saute w/ evoo + seasoning)

S- not sure yet...
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B: coffee and IP choc shake
L: 2 cups asparagus w/ lemon
S: coffee with IP choc shake
Dinner: 8 oz hamburger, 1c tomato, 1/2 cup pickles, 1/2 cup spinach, lettuce, mustard and SF Ketchup
S: lemon wafers!
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B: IP Breakfast burrito - IP potato puree "tortilla," 1 whole egg, 2 egg whites scrambled, 1 lean turkey sausage link, 1 roasted red pepper strip chopped; coffee 1 oz skim milk, torini sugar free hazelnut syrup
L: IP Rotini w/ 1 cup roasted zucchini, 1 cup roasted squash, 1 tsp olive oil, salt & pepper
D: 3 oz ground beef hamburger patty, 1 cup turnip fries, 1/2 cup pickles, 1/2 cup baby spinach, 1 tsp mustard 1 tbsp WF ketchup
S: Going to attempt to make coffee ice cream out of an IP Cappuccino drink. Hopefully it turns out!
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Happy Saturday Everyone:
B:Nescaffe expresso with RTD Vanilla and ice
L:BBQ crisps, mini cukes and celery
D:Some type of protein and probably salad with extra veggies (going out with the hubby after his football game so goong to make good choices)
S:Cookie Dough IP Bar
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B: IP Breakfast burrito - IP potato puree "tortilla," 1 whole egg, 2 egg whites scrambled, 1 lean turkey sausage link, 1 roasted red pepper strip chopped; coffee 1 oz skim milk, torini sugar free hazelnut syrup
L: IP Rotini w/ 1 cup roasted zucchini, 1 cup roasted squash, 1 tsp olive oil, salt & pepper
D: 3 oz ground beef hamburger patty, 1 cup turnip fries, 1/2 cup pickles, 1/2 cup baby spinach, 1 tsp mustard 1 tbsp WF ketchup
S: Going to attempt to make coffee ice cream out of an IP Cappuccino drink. Hopefully it turns out!
I like your food styling, Posh; great imagination... keep it up!
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B: IP Breakfast burrito - IP potato puree "tortilla," 1 whole egg, 2 egg whites scrambled, 1 lean turkey sausage link, 1 roasted red pepper strip chopped; coffee 1 oz skim milk, torini sugar free hazelnut syrup
L: IP Rotini w/ 1 cup roasted zucchini, 1 cup roasted squash, 1 tsp olive oil, salt & pepper
D: 3 oz ground beef hamburger patty, 1 cup turnip fries, 1/2 cup pickles, 1/2 cup baby spinach, 1 tsp mustard 1 tbsp WF ketchup
S: Going to attempt to make coffee ice cream out of an IP Cappuccino drink. Hopefully it turns out!
Do you mean zucchini squash?
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As promised on a previous post: Below are the photos of my rhubarb (so far I have frozen and eaten 2 stock pots full with lots more to go...). My 3 plants are on steroids - or so it seems. But very tender, mmm.
A sneaky way to eat your veggies as dessert

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Do you mean zucchini squash?
Woops I meant 1 cup zucchini 1 cup yellow squash

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I like your food styling, Posh; great imagination... keep it up!
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B: coffee and choc shake
L: 4 oz burger w WF ketchup, romaine lettuce and cukes
S: Cinnamin puffs
D: 4 oz chicken, 2c asparagus, lemon and salt
S: Premade choc drink.
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B: omelette ip
L: RTD Advantage carb choc in blender with 2 cups spinach
S: BBQ crisps ip
D: shrimp, asparagus, spinach
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B: coffee, PD oatmeal
L: 1c broccoli, 1c mini Portobello mushrooms sauteed with evoo, garlic powder & cayenne, IP bbq chips
S: IP Lemon wafers
D: Red Robin: grilled chicken salad (no cheese or croutons), Tabasco for zest
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Today we tried Dixie Carb Counters Pizza Crust Mix for pizza or flatbreads. A 1/8 slice of a 12 inch pizza is 3g net carbs. (7 g carbs, 4g fibre, 4g protein, 0 sugar/0 fat) It was dry as ... well.. let me just say "expletive" there and you can fill in your own swear word. BUT it was a solid nice little crust that didn"t fall apart. I think it would be awesome cut into crackers or strips to dip if you didn't want to make a pizza. Gave a nice "bread" feeling if anyone has a pizza or bread craving.
However, it really was so dry that I had it with my "rhubarb jam" that I made from the rhubarb and gelatin and that was much better! Sure did help me get my water intake in though! LOL
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