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Old Fri, Jul-14-17, 09:31
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Plan: Suzanne Somers
Stats: 182.5/166.5/105 Female 5'
BF:Melting!
Progress: 21%
Location: Phoenix area, AZ
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Twice flipped Flomlette with pork belly starter over lettuce.

Love the names. Sounds like a Dr Seuss breakfast!

Piece of the same quiche and a tall Flat White from Starbucks today...
Kat
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Old Fri, Jul-14-17, 10:13
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Plan: Atkins OWL/IF
Stats: 239/218/199 Female 5 feet 11 inches
BF:28%/27%/25%
Progress: 53%
Location: USA
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A chicken thigh and a small avocado.
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Old Fri, Jul-14-17, 10:44
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Plan: LCHF
Stats: 210/178.2/160 Female 65 inches
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That sounds yummy!!!

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Because I love(d) junk food, I had to make a sub for those stupid orange cheese crackers with PB .... so I've been making my own with thin sliced sharp cheddar - I break one slice in quarters and smear the thinnest smallest amount of PB on one and top it with a piece to make a "cracker" sandwich...I make 8 of these for a snack. It ended up being breakfast today.
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Old Fri, Jul-14-17, 10:46
slwloser slwloser is offline
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Plan: LCHF
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What's a coffee frothy? How do you make it?
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Did the breakfast hop today...just coffee frothies and ate when I got home at noon. Friday fast.
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Old Fri, Jul-14-17, 10:49
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Plan: ~25NC/IF
Stats: 342.2/197.2/000 Male 72 inches
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Love the names. Sounds like a Dr Seuss breakfast!

Piece of the same quiche and a tall Flat White from Starbucks today...
Kat

Never made quiche before, I'll try it some day. I did google "flomelette" and saw that an old image from here showed up in search, perhaps I should trade mark it!

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Old Mon, Jul-17-17, 12:27
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Plan: Suzanne Somers
Stats: 182.5/166.5/105 Female 5'
BF:Melting!
Progress: 21%
Location: Phoenix area, AZ
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Never made quiche before, I'll try it some day. I did google "flomelette" and saw that an old image from here showed up in search, perhaps I should trade mark it!

Ha...failed omelette! too funny....and great that it showed up as an old post from this site!!

The quiches are so easy and fast and that is breakfast all week for me.

today: scrambled eggs and bacon - the eggs were failed attempts at separating yolks from whites for a recipe calling for yolks only... I could call them "Fleggs"
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Old Mon, Jul-17-17, 14:03
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Plan: CALP with Primal Leanings
Stats: 368/266.5/160 Female 5' 4
BF:toodmnmch
Progress: 49%
Location: Newly Ohio!
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An amended version of a recipe for spinach-feta-sausage frittata. Made my own breakfast sausage from plain ground pork. adjusted the amount of eggs used, left out the almond milk (??) called for, felt the heavy cream it also called for, would be enough. Made as a casserole I could divide into 6 squares..voila..breakfast for my dh and I for the next 3 days.

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Old Tue, Jul-18-17, 09:47
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Plan: Suzanne Somers
Stats: 182.5/166.5/105 Female 5'
BF:Melting!
Progress: 21%
Location: Phoenix area, AZ
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I had the last of the Crab Cocktail with Baby Avocados - crab salad w/wasabi in avocado halves on a bed of spring greens this AM - I've been having it for dinner this week, tossed into a salad.
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Old Thu, Jul-20-17, 05:06
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Plan: ~25NC/IF
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Too bad I can not handle avocados, they make my stomach ache and feel like crap for about 1 hour, after that I'm perfectly fine again. Same reaction to bananas, that took me forever to figure out way back when (20 years ago?)

This is what I had for breakfast today, I figured some protein would be good as I have a paddleboard race later this evening and will not be eating lunch. W.H.O's Heart Attack Breakfast below... they might be right, keep open ears and mind!

- Saturated Fat
- Processed meat (bacon)
- Red Meat (rare steak)
- High Sodium (kimchi and seasoning)
- Egg Yolk

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Old Thu, Jul-20-17, 05:43
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Plan: atkins 20
Stats: 127.6/117.4/110 Female 5' 3"
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Progress: 58%
Location: Canada
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Hey, good Luck in the race today. I also can't eat bananas, every once in a while I think, wow that looks really good, but I get incredible heartburn from them, EVERY time, slow learner...avocado, I just plain don't like them... have a positive day, drop by sometime, ttyl
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Old Thu, Jul-20-17, 13:47
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Plan: Suzanne Somers
Stats: 182.5/166.5/105 Female 5'
BF:Melting!
Progress: 21%
Location: Phoenix area, AZ
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Running out the door having had a piece of bacon and a few spoons of Cheesecake Pudding w/cocoa....(same as dinner last night when it was too hot to eat when I got home from work)
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Old Thu, Jul-20-17, 16:03
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Plan: Atkins/LCHF
Stats: 209/185/185 Male 69
BF:reducing
Progress: 100%
Location: Toronto, Canada
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Coffee and A piece of Gouda
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Old Thu, Jul-20-17, 16:07
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Plan: Paleo-ish
Stats: 165/149/145 Female 5'7"
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Progress: 80%
Location: Southern Ontario, Canada
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Sloppy Joe meat with 18% sour cream (Gay Lea Gold here in Canada)
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Old Thu, Jul-20-17, 16:36
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Plan: Atkins
Stats: 235/203/150 Female 5'5"
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One peice of chicken and some cottage cheese.
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