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Old Wed, Apr-22-15, 11:58
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eggs for the record, are NOT baby chicks- chickens fertilize after eggs are laid. So it's a chicken period, really.
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Old Sat, Apr-25-15, 09:45
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Plan: VLC/Carnivore
Stats: 369/301/299 Female 5'9"
BF:too much.
Progress: 97%
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Tuna salad with olives and lots o' mayo
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Old Sat, Apr-25-15, 10:03
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Plan: Atkins DANDR
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eggs for the record, are NOT baby chicks- chickens fertilize after eggs are laid. So it's a chicken period, really.


I know they're not chicks. If there is no rooster they aren't fertilized before they're laid.. sorry, I was trying to be funny or stupid.

PS, How did you do on your race Robin?

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Old Sat, Apr-25-15, 10:03
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Plan: Atkins (DANDR)
Stats: 250/140/140 Female 5' 7
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ranch wings and spinach salad
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Old Sat, Apr-25-15, 10:22
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Plan: Atkins (DANDR)
Stats: 290/141/130 Female 65.5 inches
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I had a "wooshie pie-let"* and some microwaved aubergine (eggplant) slices with the juices that ran off the pie-let poured over - yummy!!


*For anyone who doesn't know - a wooshie pie-let is basically two large burger patties, one placed as a base, then a mix of cream cheese, mustard powder and horseradish placed on it and the other patty placed on top and sealed to the bottom one. Makes a really juicy testy meal!!

The original recipe I adapted it from called for a pound of ground beef and made a 7" pie.
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Old Sat, Apr-25-15, 10:44
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one chicken thigh with skin on
fried in philips airfryer.
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Old Sun, Apr-26-15, 13:40
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I know they're not chicks. If there is no rooster they aren't fertilized before they're laid.. sorry, I was trying to be funny or stupid.

PS, How did you do on your race Robin?


oh, haha! Sorry, a LOT of people don't know this about chicks, so i just assumed you didn't.

The race was successful- i was in it, to fight to finish, not for time. And to my SHOCK i finished. 12.5 mountains miles last weekend (that was tough!), but this weekend was easy flat 10 miler carrying about 15-20 pounds in ruck (backpack).
Feeling UNSTOPPABLE, after having been so sick for so many months

Today's lunch was out with friends for goodbye before parting ways until the next race- crabcake (no filler), side salad with blue cheese, 2 chicken wings, and champagne. YUM!
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Old Mon, Apr-27-15, 09:26
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2 chicken sausage patties
2 string cheese
seaweed snax

pineapple coconut crytsal lite
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Old Mon, Apr-27-15, 09:42
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Plan: Atkins DANDR
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oh, haha! Sorry, a LOT of people don't know this about chicks, so i just assumed you didn't.

The race was successful- i was in it, to fight to finish, not for time. And to my SHOCK i finished. 12.5 mountains miles last weekend (that was tough!), but this weekend was easy flat 10 miler carrying about 15-20 pounds in ruck (backpack).
Feeling UNSTOPPABLE, after having been so sick for so many months

Today's lunch was out with friends for goodbye before parting ways until the next race- crabcake (no filler), side salad with blue cheese, 2 chicken wings, and champagne. YUM!

Wow Robin, That's just amazing. Unbelievable how you are recovering sooo well and how in the world you can go for that many miles.
You should be very proud of yourself!!

Yum on those crabcakes!!
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Old Tue, Apr-28-15, 06:55
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Plan: VLC/Carnivore
Stats: 369/301/299 Female 5'9"
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today I'm having two eggs scrambled in bacon fat, and three bbq'd italian sausages. Some cut vegetables.
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Old Tue, Apr-28-15, 12:02
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I usually skip lunch, but today needed to make something quick: cut up a few salami slices, sprinkled with Italian herbs, baked for a few minutes; and also melted some cheese in a bowl with onion powder and cayenne. Dipped the salami in melted cheese, it was sort of like a queso dip, very good.
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Old Wed, Apr-29-15, 18:25
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Same as any other day....Leftover meat in a plastic bag and high quality H2O......
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Old Thu, Apr-30-15, 07:54
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mushroom , cream, butter, chicken thigh pieeces mixed with some water for a soup, it was fantastic.
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Old Thu, Apr-30-15, 08:36
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thanks Meme! It's just left then right, until somehow you are at the finish line. My team comes in dead last at EVERY race (i am civilian support for a team of adaptive athletes, most of whom are Vets. they are so inspiring- so we just take our time, no need to run, and enjoy a 12 hour long slow hike).

today:
teriyaki seaweed snacks
few ounces swiss
huge steamed egg
edmame

diet cranberry mango juice
tiger nuts for a snack
maybe a greek yogurt

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Old Thu, Apr-30-15, 08:50
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Plan: Atkins DANDR
Stats: 210/183/160 Female 5'4"
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thanks Meme! It's just left then right, until somehow you are at the finish line. My team comes in dead last at EVERY race (i am civilian support for a team of adaptive athletes, most of who are Vets. they are so inspiring- so we just take our time, no need to run, and enjoy a 12 hour long slow hike).

today:
teriyaki seaweed snacks
few ounces swiss
huge steamed egg
edmame

diet cranberry mango juice
tiger nuts for a snack
maybe a greek yogurt

Wow Robin, 12 hours? That's some stamina...!
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