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Old Wed, Jul-10-19, 19:26
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Hi

I am only 1 day back on plan, after 3 years off, and 50 extra pounds over my previous highest weight ever

I had grilled chicken, 1 bite stewed turkey, a few bites skirt steak, and 3 large grilled mushrooms
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Old Mon, Jul-15-19, 12:52
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Plan: Suzanne Somers; LC
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Chicken and cheese stuffed Poblano Peppers, baked in toaster oven. They turned out really good.
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Old Mon, Jul-15-19, 13:17
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Plan: CALP with Primal Leanings
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Chicken and cheese stuffed Poblano Peppers, baked in toaster oven. They turned out really good.

I love stuffing poblano peppers - used to make a breakfast version. Yours sound yummy!
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Old Sun, Aug-11-19, 17:54
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This was last Wednesday, but it was pretty exciting so I thought I'd post it.
I went out to visit with my mom and had pad Thai chicken, but on top of zoodles, plus iced green tea.
It was amazing!
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Old Sun, Aug-11-19, 20:44
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Meme, what do you know of grasses picking up dioxins??? Any suggestion where to look for info??
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Old Tue, Aug-20-19, 15:19
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Plan: low carb
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The last few days were all breakfast foods for lunch:

A spinach and Swiss omelet with half an avocado
Watermelon sparkling water

Birch bender paleo pancakes with butter and sf maple syrup
Mug of pumpkin coconut nog

Chocolate paleonola with almond milk
Mug of pumpkin coconut nog

Snacks have been wasabi seaweed snacks each day and an ounce of wasabi roasted edamame or salt n vinegar almonds
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Old Fri, Aug-23-19, 13:12
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Plan: low carb
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Giant iced chai latte made with almond milk
Epic turkey strip (jerky)
2 string cheese
Cinnamon jicama dipped in peanut butter

Snacks- wasabi seaweed and an orange sparkling water
Dry roasted wasabi edamame with peach pear sparkling water

Omg.... Might be the hormones, but I have been craving apples and pb like crazy. Today I took jicama sprinkled with cinnamon and splenda and used those (i like to make "baked apples" with jicama). It was soooooo good!!!!
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Old Sun, Aug-25-19, 20:47
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Plan: Suzanne Somers; LC
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I love stuffing poblano peppers - used to make a breakfast version. Yours sound yummy!

Pat I missed this: You are the one who first gave me the idea! With your stuffed Poblano recipe. I've loved doing this ever since.

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A spinach and Swiss omelet with half an avocado

Chocolate paleonola with almond milk
Mug of pumpkin coconut nog

Robin, I used to go to a cafe out in Placerville CA called Sweetie Pies who had the best Swiss cheese and avocado omelets... that was my fav.

What is a Paleonola? Sounds good. And pumpkin coconut nog- YUM. How do you make that?

Today: have been petsitting, so lunch has been Roast Turkey deli slices with Muenster cheese, mayo and horseradish.

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Old Mon, Aug-26-19, 11:19
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Plan: Suzanne Somers; LC
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cubed baked chicken breast w/mayo and Guacamole sauce in romaine leaves
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Old Fri, Aug-30-19, 15:20
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[QUOTE=mviesprite

Robin, I used to go to a cafe out in Placerville CA called Sweetie Pies who had the best Swiss cheese and avocado omelets... that was my fav.

What is a Paleonola? Sounds good. And pumpkin coconut nog- YUM. How do you make that?

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Paleonola is a brand of grain free granola- I find it in whole.foods, but you could make it much cheaper. For me, it's an occasional treat, so I just buy it. It is just nuts, seeds, coconut flakes and flavoring (like cocoa or vanilla or.cinnamon). It has 4-5 carbs after fiber per serving

For pumpkin nog, I use 1/2 c pumpkin, 1 cup coconut milk, 1/4c eggbeater for protein (eggbeaters are pasteurized so safe "raw", cinnamon, vanilla, splenda and a touch salt. I blend it up with ice if it's hot out for a cappuccino type drink, or microwave, stirring every 30 seconds until hot. It takes about 2-2.5 minutes.


Went out today for before a Dr's appointment with my mom.
Went to a salad bar place where you pick ingredients and they chop it all up for you (cabbage and arugala, hearts of palm, cuke/tomato salad, edamame, celery, shrimp and a lemon garlic dressing. It was great. Also had a passion fruit la croix.

Snacks- epic turkey strip, salt and vinegar pumpkin seeds, a chai almond milk iced latte, and a peach pear sparkling water.
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Old Mon, Sep-02-19, 13:41
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Plan: Suzanne Somers; LC
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BF:Melting!
Progress: 17%
Location: NE Ohio
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Paleonola is a brand of grain free granola-...

For pumpkin nog, I use 1/2 c pumpkin, 1 cup coconut milk, 1/4c eggbeater for protein (eggbeaters are pasteurized so safe "raw", cinnamon, vanilla, splenda and a touch salt. I blend it up with ice if it's hot out for a cappuccino type drink, or microwave, stirring every 30 seconds until hot. It takes about 2-2.5 minutes.
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Thanks Robin! The nog sounds delicious, may include that in my holiday menu (just me but I like to make my holidays special)

today: My landlord brought me a ton of fresh veggies, so I have an abundance of salad fixin's - made what could only be called Fresh Farm Veggie Salad w/greens, hard cooked egg, chunks of ham steak, tomatoes, green onion, cucumbers, radishes, cheese and cheese crisps. I mixed mayo and a little sour cream w/ a Guacamole sauce I got in the bargain bin...it isn't as good as I'd like it to be, but used in dressing it's pretty good. Added a generous amount of onion powder to it.
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Old Fri, Sep-06-19, 14:27
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What a nice present from your landlord- sounds great.

Today was pretty hectic, so I had 2 string cheese and a bag of bbq quest chips while running all over. Then I had a super late "lunch" of scrambled eggs with avocado and salsa, plus 2 peach pear sparkling waters.
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Old Fri, Sep-06-19, 14:51
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lunch was smoothie with coconut milk and dinner was grilled chicken with vegetables.
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Old Mon, Sep-30-19, 14:16
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vegetable salad
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Old Sun, Nov-10-19, 11:44
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Plan: Suzanne Somers; LC
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BF:Melting!
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Location: NE Ohio
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I will call it pink and purple lunch
Cubed ham and sliced roasted beets heated up together!
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