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Old Sun, May-20-12, 05:25
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Plan: my own
Stats: 242/208/150 Female 5foot one inch
BF:
Progress: 37%
Location: central IndianaM
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today it was one cup Special K high protein cereal with a dash of milk.
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Old Sun, May-20-12, 08:48
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Posts: 545
 
Plan: Atkins
Stats: 280/219/145 Female 5 feet
BF:
Progress: 45%
Location: BC, Canada
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A portabello mushroom stuffed with cream cheese, asparagus and scallions followed by a chai latte made with heavy cream instead of milk.


Same today as it was sooooooooo good yesterday
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Old Sun, May-20-12, 11:54
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Posts: 54
 
Plan: I'm winging it.
Stats: 345/208/185 Male 6'2
BF:
Progress: 86%
Location: Selma, AL
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Invictus. My husband makes these great almond pancakes using almond meal, blood orange olive oil, splenda, eggs and i think water. They are great and really are filling. I would be glad to share the recipe if you would like to mix it up a bit. Let me know


I'd love to try it! Thank you!
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Old Sun, May-20-12, 13:13
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Posts: 30
 
Plan: Atkins
Stats: 195.0/181.2/135 Female 5'5"
BF:44%/40%/22%
Progress: 23%
Location: Ontario, Canada
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2 Pork Chops pan fried in butter, XL Coffee with 18% cream
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Old Sun, May-20-12, 14:38
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Plan: ZULCA!
Stats: 353/279.2/175 Female 64 in.
BF: For now...
Progress: 41%
Location: U.S.
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3 oz camembert, and Earl Grey with lemon and stevia
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Old Sun, May-20-12, 14:58
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Plan: CALP with Primal Leanings
Stats: 368/282.4/160 Female 5' 4
BF:toodmnmch
Progress: 41%
Location: In the woods
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low sodium, sugar free bacon, scrambled eggs with low sodium cheese and no-salt canned mushrooms (out of fresh), baby brussel sprouts with no-salt butter (see a theme? lol)
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Old Mon, May-21-12, 09:38
Amanda1978 Amanda1978 is offline
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Posts: 820
 
Plan: Non Specific - Just LC
Stats: 188/163/130 Female 5'4"
BF:46.65%/37.7%/23%
Progress: 43%
Location: Ottawa, ON, Canada
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Leftover Greek salad but I picked the lettuce out because it was soggy.
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Old Mon, May-21-12, 09:39
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Plan: CALP with Primal Leanings
Stats: 368/282.4/160 Female 5' 4
BF:toodmnmch
Progress: 41%
Location: In the woods
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Leftover mashed cauliflower w/cheese, 2 slices deli turkey, decaf coffee with 2 oz. half and half.
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Old Mon, May-21-12, 09:48
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Plan: Atkins
Stats: 280/219/145 Female 5 feet
BF:
Progress: 45%
Location: BC, Canada
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2 giant portabello mushrooms and three eggs all fried in butter, a large black coffee (maybe 2 )
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Old Sun, May-27-12, 08:36
Amanda1978 Amanda1978 is offline
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Plan: Non Specific - Just LC
Stats: 188/163/130 Female 5'4"
BF:46.65%/37.7%/23%
Progress: 43%
Location: Ottawa, ON, Canada
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Today was not a good breakfast day.

I burned my first batch of bacon and because of this I left my soft boiled (steamed in shell) eggs in ice too long. So of course it's 10:00am on a Sunday morning and I'm the only one awake, even my early bird oldest DD is asleep so I put on another pan of bacon. It's a quiet morning, beautiful weather outside and I want to sit on the back deck to enjoy the sound of birds while I eat and have my coffee. Well, bacon is almost done and there is a huge thump and a bang upstairs. Being the lovely mother I am I run up to see what happened and make sure nobody is hurt. All is well, DD tripped getting out of bed. Ok, good. I come back downstairs and dang it, I left my second round of bacon in the pan and it's almost burnt. Another 10 seconds and I would not have been able to salvage it.

It's 10:30 now and I'm sitting outside listening to the birds, I ate my cold, almost burnt breakfast, my big furry dog is laying at my feet and is so happy right now because he is full from all my bacon. Now I just need to remember not to leave my coffee alone with him because he LOVES coffee and will steal it at any opportunity. I guess that's the wonderful life of a wheat free dog.


BTW, I got fresh eggs from my uncle yesterday while I was out in the country side and they peeled easier than the store bought eggs when steamed in the shell instead of boiling them.
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Old Sun, May-27-12, 11:33
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Plan: low carb
Stats: 171/125/145 Female 5'9
BF:
Progress: 177%
Location: DC
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Amanda- Glad you finally have your dog, your coffee, your bacon and you're kicking back.


I slept in ridiculously late, because I stayed out until like 3:30am (so unlike me!). But I had very good company
Now I am finally together enough for the world most indulgent coffee:

Coconut Kona Coffee (brought back from my parent's recent trip to HA)
then i added a little sf caramel torani, a pinch of sea salt, half n half and sf chocolate syrup.

coconut/caramel/chocolate coffee- like a german cake in a cup
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Old Sun, May-27-12, 11:49
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Plan: ZULCA!
Stats: 353/279.2/175 Female 64 in.
BF: For now...
Progress: 41%
Location: U.S.
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couple oz triple cream from Australia (aromatic!), puerh with 2 T cream
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Old Sun, May-27-12, 11:51
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Posts: 545
 
Plan: Atkins
Stats: 280/219/145 Female 5 feet
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Progress: 45%
Location: BC, Canada
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2 cups of tea (clear) 4 fried eggs and a couple of slices of ukranian sausage fried alongside the eggs. yum!
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Old Sun, May-27-12, 14:27
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Posts: 119
 
Plan: Low Carb
Stats: 165/140/145 Female 5'5"
BF:
Progress: 125%
Location: LA
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Low carb cereal that I make ahead and put in a container in the cabinet. Toast large flake coconut and slivered almonds. When ready to eat sprinkle in a few sf mini chocolate chips, 3 drops of liquid Splenda and half and half. Very good crunchy cereal.
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Old Sun, May-27-12, 14:51
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Posts: 159
 
Plan: Low Carb
Stats: 393/387/287 Female 5'8
BF:
Progress: 6%
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Tuna salad with boiled egg, mayo, mustard
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