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san j
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Oh, well.
Today was one of those days when I just didn't feel like eating.
I had coffee with cream at around 10 this morning.
It's now 3:30pm, and I have a feeling I'll be up for some chow fairly soon?


Good practice run for the next day, when I had to fast for a blood draw and didn't make it to the needle 'til almost 2pm!
So - no breakfast yesterday, either.



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In a flap today, Monday here of course!

1 x coconut water, 2 x polyflora - been curious about the coconut water thing, taste is good, slightly coconutty, feels 'heavier' than water - seemed to suppress appetite  
It is mainly sugar carbs & potassium. Would love to know if it has any of the less appealing characteristics of other coconut products re BTD.
Then slice of spelt bread with butter & mac butter, half a coffee, spirulina/ more water.
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Toasted roll with butter and jam. Coffee with cream.
Kin'a standard "continental" sorta thing, without croissants.  


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instead of carbs go for quarkecheese with blueberries and some allowed seeds in ....


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instead of carbs go for quarkecheese with blueberries and some allowed seeds in ....


Hi, chèrele: Thanks! This morning was another of those when I just couldn't go for it. I do know better. I was surprisingly hungry for so early in the morning, much earlier than usual. But the thought of cheese, even, was a big turn-off. Sometimes I just eat the one thing that doesn't disgust me. In this case it was simple toast and jam with some butter.  

At 12:30pm, however, I went for yogurt.  


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No breakfast, again. Just coffee with cream.
Lunch at 2:15pm: Salad that included turkey and goat cheese, carrots, parsley and red onions over romaine. Vinaigrette.

Where's Henriette?
I guess she's a big girl now - turned 40 last month...


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BF yesterday was hardboiled egg -mayo and fig and pear from garden- not bad
Today a quick smoothie with yoghurt - banana and cocoapowder- some almonds on the side


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1:45pm today: Br-unch.
1 egg scrambled with sautéed cauliflower, onion, and zucchini. Parmesan cheese.


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BF today at 7 - yoghurt and plums


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bifidus yogi & lineseeds & blueberries  


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Open tuna salad sandwich (w/red onion and parsley) on half of a thin slice of flaxseed bread.
(Ate other half for lunch around 3:00)


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Eggsalad made with hardboiled eggs, cottage cheese and chives- 2 figs from garden- around 8.


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1:00pm: Hot red pepper catfish with broccoli and zucchini. Brown rice.


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1:00p: Celery stalks, dipped in a jalapeño ranch dressing.
1:30p: Salad with the same dressing:
Chopped romaine and kale, arugula leaf, julienned carrots and red onion.

Again: Not in the mood for meat, cheese, nuts, beans  
---- maybe egg would have been okay.
Not in the mood for starch, either.  

I feel pretty good after the salad. Definitely full: It was big.


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11:30am: Catfish, eggplant and broccoli over noodles.


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I've been posting a lot on this thread - I just read the whole thread, and it's actually very inspiring. What cool ideas y'all have!


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I had melon, figs from garden- a few slices of cheese( gruyer) and some parma ham this morning
- I know I am not supposed to the latter- but there is no substiture to that kind of ham  

I feel fine but I am bring some mixed nuts( pecan, macadamias and almonds - just in case


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Leftovers!! Rice & quinoa pasta with roasted garlic broccoli, sweet potato, rocket with fresh chilli & parmesan mascarpone.
Grapefruit & water, polyflora, spirulina. Handful of dried cranberries.

I love when you make something great for dinner and you get to eat it for breakfast the next day!
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Leftovers!! Rice & quinoa pasta with roasted garlic broccoli, sweet potato, rocket with fresh chilli & parmesan mascarpone.
Grapefruit & water, polyflora, spirulina. Handful of dried cranberries.

I love when you make something great for dinner and you get to eat it for breakfast the next day!


We had mashed potatoes yesterday -This morning I had fried potato cakes, plum chutney , mayo and strawberry smoothie- it is blistering cold so the potatoes were good.

Glad they are neutral for me.



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I really agree with you re: potatoes. I don't eat them often.
The flavor of a baked potato is just wonderful - a rare treat.
Occasionally I buy a bag of chips/crisps or, if eating a hamburger out, indulge in - yes - french fries, but I like potatoes best when their inherent flavor comes through.


And this morning's breakfast, at 11:00, consisted of a salad accompanied by crispy flatbreads.
It was a slaw of kale, carrots, red onions, parsley, and romaine in a creamy jalapeño ranch dressing.


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That sounds good- I really ought to eat more veggies at bf.
Just had strawberry /yoghurt smoothie

Really I ought to have eaten something hot - since the wind and rain says it is autumn.


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8:30am: Coffee with cream
11:30am: two fried eggs with parmesan.

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Scrambled eggs with onions, cheddar and parsley.
Didn't provide the usual protein mega-strength, oddly. A couple of hours later I was crashing. Had to have cream tea at three today, to drive the afternoon engine.


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But sounds divine

I had yoghurt and fresh fig + pear from my own garden- felt a bit sick so I didn´t want anything fried.

Yesterday I made grain free apple pancakes very nice  


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