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Esther
Sunday, September 29, 2013, 4:41pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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watermelon and summer courgette omelet with mint around 8- needs to eat before it gets too hot
leftovers all protein based, I am unable to locate oatmeal without any bran. I'm borderline diabetic need to keep the rhythym

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leftovers all protein based, I am unable to locate oatmeal without any bran. I'm borderline diabetic need to keep the rhythym



If you are bordeline diabetic -i would look after a lower carb /high fat version of the B diet.
I avoid most grains most of the time  and my blodsugar levels are far better than when I ate a grain based B diet.

Today busy morning I had stewed apples with organic heavy cream- maybe not the best but yummy  bf


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11:20a: One egg over easy, 1/2 toasted bagel
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1:30p Cranberry scone with cream cheese.


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Something like 5pm!
Beefburger on bagel, and salad.


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Mainly scramble eggs with cream and veggies- but yesterday
Blackberry/ yoghurt smoothie

and today apple/spelt pancakes with honey- just because I only had 1 egg and I´ll work my carbs off

Lately I have had bf around 8- but from monday it will be breakfast to go since I have to take the bus around 5.40 in the morning for the next 2 months.


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Mainly scramble eggs with cream and veggies- but yesterday
Blackberry/ yoghurt smoothie

and today apple/spelt pancakes with honey- just because I only had 1 egg and I´ll work my carbs off

Lately I have had bf around 8- but from monday it will be breakfast to go since I have to take the bus around 5.40 in the morning for the next 2 months.

What will you carry as breakfast?
5:40 is early -for me- to eat, but you've shown us here that you can eat at 6!



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I am thinking cold omelet rolls with cream cheese and veggies

Cold egg muffins filled with cheese and veggies like peas, spinach

Cripsbread with beef salami and cheese

maybe egg salad or tunasalad ?

Maybe a yoghurt/cream mix with nuts and fruit
( doesn´t make me so full. )

I tried today to mix 200 ml high protein yoghurt with some cream due to the no fat yoghurt
with a banana and it only kept me full 2 hrs compared to the egg/ veggies that make me happy for 5-6 hrs strange because I got at least 22 gram protein in that serving.

I got up at 6 today just so it wont feel so bad tomorrow


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Can you heat stuff up where you're going?....Leftovers!  

I'm also thinking a warm turkey-ham & cheese croissant sort of sandwich.
(I'm not a big fan of cold eggs in the morning),
but melted cheese can be be very comforting, and particularly strengthening with some sort of bacon or prosciutto.

Also, as you well know, smoked fish with cream cheese delivers the double protein punch, too.
Smoked trout or salmon, some sort of bread, and the raw veg support: lettuce, onion, maybe some lemon and capers?


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oh the fish and cream cheese in a omelet with spinach might be good - I would prefer not to cook anything in the morning .
Just get up, wash - make tea and grab my bag and go. I have to walk 10 min
Take bus 45 min- wait and then take train 15 min wait 15 min and then take bus 20 min and then walk again 10 min- so I have plenty of time to eat something.

Salmon or tuna salad might be nice as well.
Yes I would love something hot - especially now winter is on its way,..lets see IF I find it easy to get up in the middle of the night then I might start to cook something hot


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We're here at the same time!
So unlike me to log on at 7:30am!  

What I was thinking, HBS, was - have your tea and something cold at home, then: Wherever it is you're going, heat something up when you arrive.
For instance - the night before, make the "ham/cheese" sort of sandwich I'd described, for heating later.

But, yeah, a smoked fish sandwich instead, while traveling, would work, too.
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We're here at the same time!
So unlike me to log on at 7:30am!  

What I was thinking, HBS, was - have your tea and something cold at home, then: Wherever it is you're going, heat something up when you arrive.
For instance - the night before, make the "ham/cheese" sort of sandwich I'd described, for heating later.

But, yeah, a smoked fish sandwich instead, while traveling, would work, too.
Happy travels.


I am not sure I have time when I arrive or IF I can heat anything
- I have never been at that school( most schools not have anything else than coffee machine - boiler for tea and maybe a fridge for the food



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11:50a: Turkey sausage from Whole Foods: This one is Cranberry/Apple.
In olive oil, I sautéed it with celery/onion/fennel, added some mushrooms, fennel leaves, red wine and thyme, salt, pepper and pat of butter.
Sampling this product.
Too sweet: Wouldn't use it -as such- again.


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Well I have had egg muffins made with bok choy , garlic, eggs, ricotta,cheddar and cream all mornings in the bus - ok cold- some days I have a few sausages as well.


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yum, hbs.


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and they keep me full from 6 to 11 30 and that is good for my first break at 930 is always a nightmare no time to eat.-maybe a quick cup of tea/coffe while a look after kids, do some printing speak to teachers etc et..


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11:30  Raisin-Walnut  scone with cream cheese. (Coffee at 8am)


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Ditto, but 30mins earlier.  


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Leftover turkey sausage around 1pm?


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Brunch

well pretty early ( 5.45 );
I had 2 omelet/muffins with spinach gouda and ricotta, and 1 sweet made with same egg filling but with banana and dark choc instead of cheese and spinach.


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mmmmm

Me, I just had the raisin nut scone w/ cream cheese at 11:40a?


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noon: toasted bagel and butter with a friend's homemade fig jam.
Coffee w/ cream at around 9:30?


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10:30a Tuna salad, toasted bagel


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11:30 Seared sea scallops in brown butter w/ sautéed fennel, cauliflower & mushroom. Fines herbes.


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Turkey soup around 10a

Ingredients:
Turkey, broccoli, mustard greens, onion,and a some parsley.

( the mustard greens, broccoli & parsley were from my garden  ... hopefully I'll have some collard greens  in a couple of weeks)

I also added a drizzle of olive oil and a squeeze of lemon.


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