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syren4444
Monday, September 29, 2008, 4:08pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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I'm trying to get ideas what to eat, how to take the beneficial and nuetral foods and make meals out of them. I know that sounds odd, but I ate really strict before and I'm not used to so many choices!

So, can some teachers or A's post what their menu's look like for the day?  I'm really curious what typically everyone eats!

Yesterday was my first day on, I ate: (I do 5-7 mini meals)

Morn - Brown Rice Protein Shake, strawberries, green powder

early lunch - Quinoa, onion, portobello mushroom, nectarine

Afternoon - Apple, sugar snap peas, brwn rice

Dinner - 3oz chicken breast, homemade soup (cauliflflower, kale, onion, celery, broth), little brn rice

late snack -half grapefruit





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Yesterday: chicken, peas, lettuce salad, broccoli
(Normally start each day with lemon squeezed in water-but was out of lemons)

Lunch: tofu/peppers/broccoli/amaranth leaves/kale leaves/onions stir fried    plus raw tomatoes

snack: peanut butter/soynuts/walnuts

meal: Chia seed/Flax/blueberry/peach/soymilk

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Prior day:
Lemon water

Breakfast-taco salad-no shell-used ground turkey for meat

Lunch: fish, grean beans, lettuce salad

snack: grapefruit

evening: Lettuce salad


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try the free week at the GTD site.
info is in the back of your book and get loads of recipes to tweak according to your needs.


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I tend to mix up meals...so I can eat the same things for any meal, time of day does not really matter for me.  Except fruit, I never eat fruit with other foods, only on an empty stomach, and I find that helps my digestion of it a lot.  I always eat some protein before I leave for the day.  Other than that, they are all interchangable.

some typical meals (I eat 5-6 per day):
-fruit-1 kiwi or 1/3 can of organic papaya in pineapple juice
-one egg gently fried in ghee or grapeseed on 1/2c quinoa or a half slice of gluten free toast
-half an avocado on a rice cake with some manchago cheese
-a bit of goat yogurt with 2 Tbsp ground flax, honey, and cinnamon...maybe some other nuts in there too
-handful of nuts or raw carrots
-small serving of stir fried onion/garlic/chard/mushrooms with peanut sauce
-1/4 tin of tuna or salmon with some cooked squash
-brown rice noodles with green beans or brocolli, olive oil, sheeps milk romano or pecorino
-salmon loaf (baked brown rice, salmon, eggs, lemon juice, ghee)
-small serving of ground turkey, onions, garlic, cabbage, kale, mushrooms, herbs
-sauteed greens with beans
-rice cake with peanut butter, side of veggies

That's all I can think of off the top of my head...


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some typical meals (I eat 5-6 per day):
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-salmon loaf (baked brown rice, salmon, eggs, lemon juice, ghee)
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That's all I can think of off the top of my head...


My eyes zoomed in on the salmon loaf and my mouth started to water. How do you make it?


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My eyes zoomed in on the salmon loaf and my mouth started to water. How do you make it?


I keep meaning to put it in the recipe base...this will give me the reminder to do it!
I will come back with the link.


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There we go.  My first recipe, I hope I did it right...

http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/recipedepictor7x.cgi?1071

the sky is the limit in terms of modifying it to suit your taste.  It is based on a recipe of my Mom's that I grew up eating...definitely comfort food.


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Oh wow! Yum yum! Almost reminds me of a salmon croquet recipe I used to make, but you'd fry it lightly on both sides in a skillet!  

I'm definitely trying it, thanks!





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There we go.  My first recipe, I hope I did it right...

http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/recipedepictor7x.cgi?1071

the sky is the limit in terms of modifying it to suit your taste.  It is based on a recipe of my Mom's that I grew up eating...definitely comfort food.


Thanks for posting that, Gumby. I will definitely make it!!


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Quiona with egg never thought of that..how do you prepare the quiona
Avocado on a rice cake...wow
Kale never tried it.
Turkey, cabbage, onions sounds yum thanks
I want to make that loaf and have it with what? A salad??


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You just eat that tuna out the can??

/4 tin of tuna or salmon with some cooked squash


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Hi realgoldn, yes I often eat just a bit of canned fish with squash.  My meals are small but I eat 5-6 per day.  I don't do well with a lot of protein at a time, just a small bit does me fine.  Well, I don't eat a lot of food at a time no matter what it is, but the bulk of a meal for me is generally veggies or grain.

The salmon loaf is great with any side of veggies, like salad or carrots or whatever you have going.

Quinoa...just plain!  I cook it in my rice cooker, but a pot works great too.  1 part quinoa to 2 parts water, bring to a boil, cook for 15 min just like rice.  Easy, quick, good!     I eat it with all sort of things, it is a great grain!

I am a big fan of simple healthy food.  I don't like to fuss to much unless I am in the mood to really cook.  I will often make a bit pot of something and have lots of leftovers...I freeze lots for later.  Great for when I am feeling lazy or have better things to do than cook but I still want to eat what makes me feel good.  


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I'm very similar to you Gumby, small meals, and since I started BTD a week or so ago, when I ate chicken I got immediately upset stomach, so now I'm mostly on greens, fruits, grains and occasional fish.

I need to try more squash.  Besides zuchinni, I only really eat butternut squash. Any other good ones I should be trying?





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I can't tolerate chicken either. I'm mostly fish and some turkey.
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We make salmon loaf just out of canned salmon and rice flour and a little baking soda.  I always fix this with green peas and cooked carrots.  Maybe a salad too.


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I made salmon croquettes with soy flour. Delish.. fry those babies right up.
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Quoted from syren4444

I need to try more squash.  Besides zuchinni, I only really eat butternut squash. Any other good ones I should be trying?


I never know what any of them are called...I just choose the ones that look pretty or intersting *lol*.  I do know another summer one we like is patapan.  Winter ones...well, I love the orange ones that look sort of like little pumpkins (don't taste like them though), and the acorn ones, and the big bumpy green/white/orange ones with the odd shape.  And the oval smooth ones that look like a spagetti squash but aren't.  See what I mean, no names!   I've never really met a squash I didn't like, especially at this time of year.  


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Gumby, I know what you mean about the names!  Last time I was at the farmer's market they had a whole table of squash. I asked the guy working there which were good for eating, he said "I think people buy them mostly for decoration."

I'll show him, this week I'll buy a few and actually eat them!

Made butternut squash soup yesterday, but I cheated and used organic canned butternut.  





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Some of those pretty squashes he said were for decoration are probably gourds.  You'll be hard-pressed to get anything out of them.


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Found this, it's a great 'who's who' squash page.

http://whatscookingamerica.net/squash.htm

I am pretty sure I have tried almost all of them.


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Tried Gumby's salmon loaf today. I loved it. I used 3 eggs and I used olive oil instead of ghee. Gumby, Thank-you, thank-you.

I served it with peas and put malt vinegar (couldn't resist) on everything. Reminded me of salmon cakes my Mom used to make with potatoes and canned salmon.

Lately I have had a lot of turkey (Thanksgiving). The stuffing was brown rice, onions cooked in ghee, pecans, cranberries, fresh sage and a little savoury and salt.   Brussel sprouts, squash, snowpeas, carrots and cranberry sauce made with honey were on the menu as well.
I bought a whole turkey and had the butcher cut it in half for me so I think I will do the stuffing and put the half turkey on top next time.

Yesterday for lunch I had refried beans, topped with little tomatoes out of my garden, feta and romano cheese . I heated it up and served it with avocado mashed with lemon juice and a spoonful of yoghurt. My son came back for seconds and so did I.

Breakfast was oatbran and flax seed ( I often add quinoa or brown rice flakes) cooked in the microwave. Topped with blueberries and raspberries and Natura soy milk (no carageenan!)

Today for lunch I made a smoothie - yoghurt, raspberries, blueberries, cranberries and frozen pineapple. I had some spelt and flax bread (homemade) after that.

I have been eating a lot of snowpeas and carrots raw (sometimes with tsatziki)

Last night we had stir-fried veggies with rice noodles.






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