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Old Fri, Jun-12-15, 02:31
SilverEm SilverEm is offline
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Plan: VLC Pastoral
Stats: 137/136/136 Female 67"
BF:
Progress: 100%
Location: Maintenance since 2001
Default Way of Life: Meat/Fish, Eggs, Butter, Cream, Coffee/Tea and Herbs

Anyone else eating ONLY:

Meat (muscle meat and offal, bones, marrow, broth, gelatin)
Fish (including some bones and skin)
Eggs
Butter, Cream
Coffee/Tea, and
Herbs/Salt

as a LifeTime Way of Eating?


I've been eating this way for a few years and really enjoy it.

ETA: Underlined ONLY and LifeTime, to make it more obvious.

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Old Fri, Jun-12-15, 21:22
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Plan: vlc
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trying ....
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Old Sat, Jun-13-15, 02:11
SilverEm SilverEm is offline
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Plan: VLC Pastoral
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Progress: 100%
Location: Maintenance since 2001
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Hi, Stacy. And you are succeeding, too. Good Morning!

Thanks much for posting here!
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Old Sat, Jun-13-15, 10:37
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Plan: vlc
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good morning....wow you were up early

not sure what is on menu today as not quite sure how i am feeling

food yesterday was 5 slices bacon which i shared with grandson....wow he loved it

i have a recipe someone gave me thats a spicy chicken dish that sounds good....might make tom after church...depends on how stomach feels

have a super day xox
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Old Sat, Jun-13-15, 11:40
SilverEm SilverEm is offline
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Plan: VLC Pastoral
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Progress: 100%
Location: Maintenance since 2001
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Hi, Stacy. Yes, sometimes I am up quite early.

I hope you are feeling better.



Today's food for me:


Tea w/ hwc, salt, and butter
CLO/Flaxseed oil
Cream cheese

Roast beef
Gelatin and hh yoghurt

Wild tuna, herbs, butter and HB yolks
Same, again, but w/ cream cheese

Gelatin and yoghurt

Totals:

3 oz. meat: beef and tuna
7 HB yolks
2.5 oz. cream cheese
1 c. gelatin
1 c. hh yoghurt
1 oz. hwc

I count the fat and carbs in my supplements, too.
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Old Sat, Jun-13-15, 12:56
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Plan: vlc
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this recipe i have for chicken uses chicken thighs...i really dont like dark meat...but i am wondering when you add in other things and spices if you can even tell its dark meat?? thoughts
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Old Sat, Jun-13-15, 13:20
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Plan: VLC Pastoral
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Location: Maintenance since 2001
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To me, the dark and light meats have different tastes and textures. If you really don't like the dark, I think you would taste it being what it is, no matter how it is prepared. If that's what you've got, and you need to eat it, perhaps lots of bacon and butter, or a cream sauce, or melted cream cheese and green onions or chives???

I'm that way about tuna. The albacore is really dry, and even with butter or mayo, I find it somehow hard and scratchy. I prefer the other. I would eat the albacore if I had it, but I'd have to cook it in beef drippings or something.
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Old Sat, Jun-13-15, 13:50
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Plan: vlc
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Location: Kansas City, MO
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oh i dont have dark, the recipe just calls for dark...i like breast and i have breast,,,its a buffalo chicken casserole...this is the recipe....i can get thighs if i need too, but havent liked dark, but didnt know with all other stuff in if i could tell difference....

http://www.ruled.me/buffalo-chicken...pper-casserole/

thats funny about the tuna, i love albacore and cant hardly eat the other lol


i havent ate all day and think we are going to a buffet for dinner and then going to listen to a band we like...i am going to chow down on meat meat and meat
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Old Sun, Jun-14-15, 01:49
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Plan: VLC Pastoral
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Location: Maintenance since 2001
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Hi, Stacy. I was thinking as I typed that post, that it'd be nice if we could swap. I often wish I had someone to trade foods with. An example, I toss egg whites most of the time, and would like to find someone who wants fresh whites and would trade. More egg yolks would be splendid! Egg yolks and cream cheese are one of my favorites.

Hope the buffet was nice! I'm glad you are back on your WOE.

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Old Sun, Jun-14-15, 02:51
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Plan: vlc
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Location: Kansas City, MO
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hahahha that is funny...the other morning on his way home from work ray brought me home a breakfast sandwich from subway to share with him...of course he doesnt have to worry about his weight and can eat anything he pleases so he ate it all, and i ate mine middle without the bread,,,it was egg white with steak and bacon in the middle....i told him how yummy it was as i loved the whites much more than the yolks...lol..this was the first time i had one of the sandwiches and wow was that inside tasty

between you and i and what parts we each like we would have no waste...

happy happy blessed sunday
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Old Sun, Jun-14-15, 02:56
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Plan: VLC Pastoral
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Location: Maintenance since 2001
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Stacy, that'd be great, I agree.

Yes, no waste. That would be nice swapping. Steak, bacon and egg white sounds like your WOE, how nice!

I wish you a blessed Sunday, too.
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Old Sun, Jun-14-15, 05:50
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Plan: VLC Pastoral
Stats: 137/136/136 Female 67"
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Progress: 100%
Location: Maintenance since 2001
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Today's food:

Black tea w/ sea salt and hwc
CLO/Flaxseed oil
A few freshly picked herbs
Cream cheese

Roast beef
Gelatin and hh yoghurt

Wild tuna, HB yolks and cream cheese
probably that once more

Gelatin and yoghurt

perhaps a bit of cream in cold seltzer

----
The beef roast will be gone in a day or two, and next will be chicken liver or calf brains for the first meal, for a few days.
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Old Sun, Jun-14-15, 09:13
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Plan: Keto
Stats: 204/157.0/138 Female 62 inches
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Progress: 71%
Location: Calgary AB
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Quote:
Originally Posted by SilverEm
Anyone else eating ONLY:

Meat (muscle meat and offal, bones, marrow, broth, gelatin)
Fish (including some bones and skin)
Eggs
Butter, Cream
Coffee/Tea, and
Herbs/Salt

as a LifeTime Way of Eating?


I've been eating this way for a few years and really enjoy it.



thanks for posting your food plan. I have a pattern of lose weight today, gain a little back tomorrow, then lose more the next day. So I'm going down, but with an up and down pattern. When I look at what I've eaten, the up days usually include some "approved" veggies... After reading your post I'm going to take another look and see what happens with more protein and less vegetables I also noticed that the days I ate cream cheese showed no weight loss at all.

it's an interesting science to me. I just have to observe and test and figure out what works best for me and my body. thanks again for sharing and giving me some new ideas.
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Old Sun, Jun-14-15, 15:01
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Plan: vlc
Stats: 272/272/152 Female 5 ft 4 in
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Progress: 0%
Location: Kansas City, MO
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someone talk me off the ledge....i know its ok, i just need a voice of reason and validation...in one of the other groups i belong too on facebook one of the girls wants to debate me saying i am eating too much protein and thats killing my kidneys...I am not going to debate her, but just need some reassurance that I am ok....thanks sisters
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Old Sun, Jun-14-15, 15:34
SilverEm SilverEm is offline
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Plan: VLC Pastoral
Stats: 137/136/136 Female 67"
BF:
Progress: 100%
Location: Maintenance since 2001
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Hi, Louise. How nice of you to visit and post here. Thanks very much for your kind words. My food plan is in my signature, too, and also a link for part-time meat-and-eggers, who are not as strict as I am.

I wish you success and happy LCing, whatever food plan you are on.

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