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Old Thu, Apr-13-17, 14:56
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Plan: CALP with Primal Leanings
Stats: 368/268.6/160 Female 5' 4
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Progress: 48%
Location: Newly Ohio!
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salad of romaine, arugula, cucumber, celery with a blue cheese yogurt dressing. 1/4 slice of my cauliflower crust Italian sausage "pie", about 5 oz. baked chicken, 1/6th slice of Italian sponge cake with a single serve ice cream. 1 oz. half and half with my coffee.
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Old Fri, Apr-14-17, 06:26
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Plan: LCHF & IF
Stats: 312/256.8/150 Female 5' 8"
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Progress: 34%
Location: San Diego, CA
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Dinner last night was shrimp, LC cocktail sauce, and a couple of spoonfuls of Bitchin' sauce. Yum!
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Old Fri, Apr-14-17, 09:51
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Plan: Epi-Paleo/IF
Stats: 220/169/150 Female 67
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Progress: 73%
Location: USA
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Bowl of Greek yogurt, layer of blackberries, and chopped walnuts.

I found out that if unopened Greek Yogurt stays in the fridge long enough, it gets even thicker
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Old Fri, Apr-14-17, 20:22
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Plan: Suzanne Somers
Stats: 182.5/171.5/105 Female 5'
BF:Melting!
Progress: 14%
Location: Phoenix area, AZ
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I've been doing variations of this salad posted by Werebear (thank you!) in March, pg 78 of this thread...
"Spinach salad with a layer of fresh mozzarella, extra bacon, and covered with pesto mayo."
I added a hard cooked egg and made a dressing with sour cream mixed in with mayo/pesto. I used half spring mix dressing and half spinach. Soooo good.
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Old Fri, Apr-14-17, 20:28
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Plan: Suzanne Somers
Stats: 182.5/171.5/105 Female 5'
BF:Melting!
Progress: 14%
Location: Phoenix area, AZ
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Originally Posted by patriciakr
... cauliflower crust Italian sausage "pie"...

That sounds delicious... recipe? I've wanted veggie "crusts" for my potential quiches and savory pies lately...
Kat
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Old Fri, Apr-14-17, 20:30
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Plan: Suzanne Somers
Stats: 182.5/171.5/105 Female 5'
BF:Melting!
Progress: 14%
Location: Phoenix area, AZ
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Dinner last night was shrimp, LC cocktail sauce, and a couple of spoonfuls of Bitchin' sauce. Yum!

Froka, what is Bitchin' sauce? The visual on that is pretty funny......
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Old Mon, Apr-17-17, 00:42
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Plan: atkins
Stats: 363/334/240 Male 6
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Grilled chicken and asparagus
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Old Mon, Apr-17-17, 22:10
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Plan: Suzanne Somers
Stats: 182.5/171.5/105 Female 5'
BF:Melting!
Progress: 14%
Location: Phoenix area, AZ
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24-Hour Layered Salad - I will add bacon to it and call it dinner. It turned out well. Salads are fast and easy right now - we are in the 90s so they also appeal from the no heating up the kitchen aspect...
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Old Tue, Apr-18-17, 16:00
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Plan: ~25NC/IF
Stats: 342.2/188.2/000 Male 72 inches
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Dinner was good, I call it "The Nasty" cause it looks nasty. Used up some left over peppers and onions that the easter Rabbit couldn't finish. Same thing I have almost every day lately with sliced cucumbers on the side. Protein was 1 boned chicken thigh and 2 eggs and whatever god put in the other stuff. The noodles were MAN MADE tho Tofu-Shirataki - We'll I guess all the stuff there is man made, with out a man or woman there would have been no food for my bowl. Thank You Man Made Food!

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Old Fri, Apr-21-17, 04:35
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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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I baked some skinless chicken breast (it was on sale). I just coated them with olive oil, Cajun spice and lots of paprika. It came out pretty nicely. Broccoli and cauli on the side, with butter and bacon bits.
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Old Fri, Apr-21-17, 09:31
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Plan: low carb
Stats: 171/125/145 Female 5'9
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Progress: 177%
Location: DC
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Last night was chicken sausages with mustard and sf relish
Avo and tomato salad with herb vinaigrette
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Old Yesterday, 11:39
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Plan: low carb
Stats: 171/125/145 Female 5'9
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Progress: 177%
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Before chain restaurants had nutritional info, I LOVED ordering Asian inspired salads, not realizing what sugar bombs they are.

Tonight I am going for a LC version-
Romaine, chopped bell pepper, edamame, rottiserie chicken, mandarin oranges (packed in water), and a dressing of soy sauce/unsweetened rice vinegar/toasted sesame oil and a touch of Splenda.
Slot gather it is 17.5 carbs, 6g fiber. It's a touch high, but you could make it lower by using a fresh orange or using less of the oranges. I calculated using the whole container (a single serving).
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Old Yesterday, 17:14
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Plan: DANDR '92
Stats: 236/187/140 Female 5'5"
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Progress: 51%
Location: Eastern ON, Canada
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pan-fried ground beef patty with a blob of sugar-free ketchup (laced with chipotle hot sauce)
sliced mushrooms, green & red pepper strips sautéed in the beef drippings
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