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Old Sun, Apr-08-18, 09:45
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Plan: Suzanne Somers; LC
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Well this NEVER happens, that I couldn't eat my dinner salad last night - was up pretty late but I've always finished it. So as not to waste it, I am eating salad leftovers this AM. Not ideal, some things got soggy, but it still tastes good. Coffee/HC.
Kat
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Old Sun, Apr-08-18, 11:41
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Plan: Keto under 20 c
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Black coffee fasting from 9 ladt night to 1pm today
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Old Sun, Apr-08-18, 12:40
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coffee with c/o

11:30 HB egg

water water water
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Old Mon, Apr-09-18, 07:49
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Sunday Simple

1/2 lb beef patty 73% lean - the one you see in walmart for inexpensive.
Handful of drained sauerkraut
Mustard

Fry the patty, plate the patty, Fry the sauerkraut in the greese that's left over from frying the patty - get all the bits in there. Plate the 'kraut - add mustard. Eat Slowly.



One pan, One plate, one fork meal
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Old Mon, Apr-09-18, 08:15
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Plan: Atkins 40
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Thud, that's my kind of meal: inexpensive, simple, and yummy. Going to try it!
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Old Mon, Apr-09-18, 08:20
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That looks delicious! I wonder sometimes about sauerkraut though. Most that I've looked at have sugar added. I have the same issue with bacon/sausages a lot of the time too. I refuse to buy/eat anything that lists sugar as an ingredient.

But yeah, I would love to try that. I love a big, delicious breakfast.
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Old Mon, Apr-09-18, 08:35
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Do you live in the USA? I go to the canned vegetables section of the supermarket and buy regular canned sauerkraut with just cabbage, water and salt. Sometimes I can find Eden Organic Sauerkraut in that section, which I love. It comes in a jar and has a green label. It's pricey but worth every penny. I also get Aldi's jarred sauerkraut, also in the canned vegetable section, if there's an Aldi near you. These all are sugar and vinegar free.


I gave up on the bagged, fermented sauerkraut in the refrigerated fresh deli section in the back of the supermarket because I don't like the smell or taste of it, but that's the real healthy stuff with live cultures that are good for your gut. Many times that "natural" stuff has sugar in it, too, and other nasty ingredients. Blech.
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Old Mon, Apr-09-18, 08:40
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Hi Barb, no I'm in Canada but I will keep an eye out for the canned kind that you describe (I've avoided canned stuff other than tuna for a while now after trying canned crab meat for a LC dip I made, and it was the most bland, disappointing creation!) ... but on to the grocery list it goes!
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Old Mon, Apr-09-18, 09:01
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That looks delicious! I wonder sometimes about sauerkraut though. Most that I've looked at have sugar added. I have the same issue with bacon/sausages a lot of the time too. I refuse to buy/eat anything that lists sugar as an ingredient.

But yeah, I would love to try that. I love a big, delicious breakfast.

Rob77 (welcome by the way!) Frank's from USA Walmart refrigerated section. Plenty of other stuff in it but no added sugar. I took a quick look at your jounal cool that you are giving this a shot (low carb) - if you look back on my journal you'll find a bunch of weird foods that I evolved thru and still use. PM me if you have any questions as I closed that journal after 2000 posts.

Later,

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Old Mon, Apr-09-18, 09:39
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Thanks for that! I've just scanned your journal and some of those dishes look quite appealing. I don't seem to have PMs so I'll just have to keep reading!
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Old Tue, Apr-10-18, 07:37
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Another simple one breaking a fast...

Rare Chuck Roast Strips and Eggs w/Sour Cream and hotsauce.

Find the cheep chuck cut, slice across grain, pan fry rare - scramble eggs in drippings. Easy Button.

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Old Tue, Apr-10-18, 12:37
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Clear American Golden Peach Sparkling Water...experimenting with intermittent fasting...my eating window is between 12-8
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Old Wed, Apr-11-18, 12:39
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This was kind of a fail. I got some hard salami yesterday and there was about 2oz left over so I thought I'd line the bottom of a 8 inch pan with it, pour in 3 scrambled eggs and cook kind of slow then cover the other side with the rest of salami slices and then flip it. Flip didn't work so good and there's A LOT of grease in salami haha!

I was thinking it was going to come out like an egg stuff meat pizza, wrong.

put on some iceberg lettuce and dollop of dasiy sour cream. It was just ok. If you like salami maybe it was better than OK. I can take or leave salami

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Old Thu, Apr-12-18, 07:39
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Thud, it sounded like a good idea! Not all my experiments work, either...

I cut white cheddar slices into quarters, spread 2 with whipped cream cheese and sprinkled with "Sunny Paris" herb blend, topped with remaining two slices to make a cheese cracker that isn't a cracker... these are really good, especially if you let them get to room temperature. Haff Caff w/HC.
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Old Thu, Apr-12-18, 08:33
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Another simple one breaking a fast...

Rare Chuck Roast Strips and Eggs w/Sour Cream and hotsauce.

Find the cheep chuck cut, slice across grain, pan fry rare - scramble eggs in drippings. Easy Button.



Does cutting the steak across the grain make it more chewable? Do you think pan frying it more to medium would make it tougher? Just wondering. It looks good, but as I get older I'm less fond of cutting and chewing steak.
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