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Sunday

1. coffee and rye bread (6)

 

2. smoothie made from 3 cups raw spinach, 1 banana, 1 cup frozen blueberries, fresh ground flax and water

 

3. wholewheat pasta with homeade sauce, jasmine tea, honeycrisp apple

 

4. I am currently baking in muffin cups something I made from 2 cups pumpkin and 4 cups cooked grains ( quinoa, oats and barley) with 2 eggs, 1/2 cup milk with lots of cinnamon) :bcb_smile

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Sorry, I was too busy to get on here yesterday!

 

I'm starting the day out today SFT and will have to see how it goes. We're down to the last of the food I made at the beginning of the week so I have to come up with a plan quickly today!!!

 

B: pineapple & earl grey tea w/soy milk

 

plan:

 

L: TBD

 

D: brown rice, chicken & veggie casserole (defrosted from freezer)


Kimberley

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Hey buddies, I need some help! I went out for breakfast today with my dad and had a bagel - which I NEVER eat. It wasn't too big, but it wasn't whole wheat, just white with sesame seeds. How many points should I account for this? I passed on my food guide to my mother and I won't be able to reach her until tomorrow.

 

TARGET 29

10/49 WAPs used - 3 APs earned

Breakfast: All fruit smoothie, with bagel (8) and jam (2) with mixed fruit platter and yogurt (2) 12/29

Snack:Carrots with dressing (2)14/29

Dinner: Sandwich (6) with Tofurky (2), Mayo (2) and Lettuce 24/29

Fruit in juices - will count a point just for the juices 25/29

Greek Bread with homemade pate 12 pts 47/29 ouf! high point day, but a long one! [18 WAPs used]

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Michelle: I found restaurant type bagel with poppyseeds to be 8, small any type to be 4, and whole wheat with sesame seeds to be 10. I don't know if that helps but it is what came up in e-tools.


Never give up or look back,

 

 

:exercise: Mickee :exercise:

 

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HW: 238

WW: 8/18/06--210

 

GOAL: 130

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Today I have no plan made, unfortunately. But do not plan on going out to eat either. So that should help. I am out of points for the week, so has to be a really, really SFT day. It is the last day of the week for me and w/i is tomorrow. So we will see how this first week went.

 

B- Hot tea and cream of wheat cereal with a banana.

 

L-Chicken breast, shoepeg corn and ww couscous.

 

D-Baked perch, peas, organic mac and cheese (3).


Never give up or look back,

 

 

:exercise: Mickee :exercise:

 

weight.png

 

 

 

HW: 238

WW: 8/18/06--210

 

GOAL: 130

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Michelle

I looked up in the Cdn Food companion and 2 ounce bagel is 4 pts, = one medium or 1/2 large.

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has to be a really, really SFT day. It

 

 

keep posting to stay on track - pure SFT days can be a challenge afterr holiday time when we have been eating too much points stuff.

You can do it!

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Soda/Mikee - thank you sooo much for your help!

I'll put 8 to be safe, it wasn't huge, but it wasn't small either!

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Just reporting back to say that I had some brussels sprouts for lunch. I added a bit of cheese to the rice casserole at dinner.

 

I'm feeling hungry (had dinner at 4:30pm) so I will likely have some baked oatmeal for a snack in the next few minutes!

 

Michelle- I think that 8pts for the bagel is reasonable if you ate it plain!


Kimberley

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Kim - baked oatmeal? like granola?

 

Thanks on thinking the 8pts is a good step.

 

I'm starting to feel rather hungry too... not sure if I'll make a smoothie or a sunflower seed based pate...hmmm decisions, decisions.

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I make Carol's baked oatmeal and cut it into squares (or make into muffins-- though I tend to eat more of them if muffins).

 

Generally it's a mixture of large flake oats, oat bran, sometimes some scotch oats too blended w/ 4-5 defrosted from frozen bananas, mashed and some soy milk, plus cinnamon, vanilla, dash of baking soda & powder. I will put in either some brown sugar or chocolate chips (count points). You can add eggs in there too if you want but I usually keep it vegan (unless the choco chips are in!! LOL). I'm sure Carol's recipe is in the links above-- or check out her website as it's definitely there!


Kimberley

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Foods:

 

* confetti salad, 1/2 cup spicy-smoky black-eyed peas, 1 TBS. nut-dressing

* apple, decaf coffee w/plain soymilk

* lotsa' chard/kale, 1 cup beans, 1 TBS. nut dressing

* decaf coffee w/plain soymilk, apple and orange

 

I did the same today; ate brunch and an early dinner.

 

Ate what I planned to eat. Got a compliment, so that's always nice ~ :)

 

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