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I have sweet potato or baked squash with salmon nearly every evening with no noticable side effects.  That's a vegetable starch with protein.



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I've been getting into the groove of blended salads:

1 - 1 1/2 cup Pineapple,  1 kiwi (or cherries or blackberries), 1 lemon, small handfull of grapes, 3 large-ish carrots, 1 cup spinach (fresh) and 1 stalk of celery.  If I can find it, I toss in 1/2 c of dandelion too and then top the deal off with 1 cup of filtered water or organic juice (whatever we have open and on hand) and a coupla scoops of protein powder.

It's a bit GREEN (everyone at work cringes) but it makes 2 20 ounce 'meals' and I get a LOAD of veggies!


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I've been getting into the groove of blended salads:

1 - 1 1/2 cup Pineapple,  1 kiwi (or cherries or blackberries), 1 lemon, small handfull of grapes, 3 large-ish carrots, 1 cup spinach (fresh) and 1 stalk of celery.  If I can find it, I toss in 1/2 c of dandelion too and then top the deal off with 1 cup of filtered water or organic juice (whatever we have open and on hand) and a coupla scoops of protein powder.

It's a bit GREEN (everyone at work cringes) but it makes 2 20 ounce 'meals' and I get a LOAD of veggies!


When you say blended, are you using a standard blender or a vitamix? That drink sounds really good to me, especially if it contains the fiber from the fruits and vegies.


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