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  1. fascination

    fascination Site Moderator Staff Member

    9ish; bowl of stir fried veggies and rice

    noon; ham sammich on oat bread w/horseradish sauce

    3ish; lemon pepper tuna tossed with spicy pepitas, cheese, olives, and low cal italian dressing

    6ish; small bowl of tortilla chips and cheese

    water and coffee...reserving right to have wine if I can't sleep
  2. Ice Bucket

    Ice Bucket Member

    *nodnodnod* :D

    It's one of those things that can be lovely but often isn't. I often find it very sweet. I've never made it myself, but if I did I'd watch the sugar content. The shortbread takes the edge off it, as would a bit of salt in the caramel, I think. The one I had yesterday came from a local supermarket and it was nice and squidgy, which is how I feel it should be. :)

    Breakfast: pancakes with apple chunks and maple syrup. Slightly fewer pancakes than I would have liked, after the first one got stuck to the bottom of the pan and had to be put out of its misery. :roll:
    Elevenses: two toffee cake bites.
    Lunch: ham sandwich on French bread.
    Afternoon snack: assorted crisps and a few sweets.
    Dinner: Barbecued Chinese chicken, burger and merguez sausage with pasta salad, potato salad and celery-and-tomato salad, followed by meringue and fruit....oh, and a couple of toasted marshmallows. :D There were also a couple of glasses of fizzy wine in there.
  3. fascination

    fascination Site Moderator Staff Member


    730am 3 hashed brown patties with abit of shredded cheddar and hot sauce

    9am 2 vitamin water zero

    1130am a small blueberry, banana, pumpkin, kale smoothie and a small bowl of green olives with some marinara over them

    unsweet tea

    730 pm 2 margaritas and chicken burrito
  4. Ice Bucket

    Ice Bucket Member

    Breakfast: coco pops.
    Elevenses: packet of crisps.
    Lunch: Houmous and lime pickle sandwich. :D
    Afternoon: Toffee cake bites and Oreos.
    Dinner: Pork chops, mashed potato and beans.
  5. Purr

    Purr Well-Known Member

    I have been out in the field at work for the past couple of days.

    Breakfast Thursday and Friday - Carnation Instant Breakfast Drink
    Snacks Thursday and Friday - small chai tea latte and 100 calorie pack of almonds
    Lunch Thursday - TGI Friday's - small hamburger and fries, not a great choice, but I didn't eat most of the bread
    Lunch Friday - found local converted inn restaurant, had salmon, mixed vegetables and rice pilaf
    Dinner Thursday - vegetable soup
    Dinner Friday - leftovers

    I don't remember exactly what I had over weekend, except a lot of yogurt.

    Breakfast Monday - Carnation Instant Breakfast Drink
    Snack - small chai tea latte
    Lunch - out in the field again at work, went to Applebee's, lunch size chicken, spinach leaves, strawberries and pecans salad; hot tea
    Dinner - soup and crackers
  6. fascination

    fascination Site Moderator Staff Member was..regrettable...not so much in regards to quantity but because none of it was the least bit healthy....i had my quarterly long john silver's frenzy...that is all I am going to say...basically, I skipped breakfast and bought enough of it for lunch and dinner...and am now self medicating on box-o....tomorrow is a new day
  7. Larinda McRaven

    Larinda McRaven Site Moderator Staff Member

    Morning smoothie of banana, greek yogurt, strawberry, spinach
    Turkey sandwich on gluten free rice bread with lemonaise, spinach, and cheddar cheese
  8. Ice Bucket

    Ice Bucket Member

    That sounds nice. :)

    Breakfast: coco pops.
    Elevenses: the remainder of the Oreos.
    Lunch: another houmous and lime pickle sandwich, followed by a scone with jam.
    Afternoon: a couple of handfuls of peanuts.
    Tea: spinach and falafel burger with chips.
    Nine o'clockers: small bowl of pasta salad, left over from the other night's barbie.
  9. Lioness

    Lioness Well-Known Member

    Pasty for breakfast...packet of lollies, because it's one of those days.
    Pasta with sauce and a little bit of low fat cheese.
    Coke Zero, in one of my lectures.

    Something makes me think there was more than that...but writing it like that makes it look much better, except the lollies.
  10. Purr

    Purr Well-Known Member

    Breakfast: Carnation Instant Breakfast Drink
    Snack: Hot tea and 100 calorie pack of Emerald cinnamon roast almonds
    Lunch: Celery and carrot sticks with Jif natural peanut butter, white grapes, Yoplait cherry yogurt
    Snack: Protein bar and water
    Dinner: Small piece of fish with small portion of rice and broccoli; water
  11. Lioness

    Lioness Well-Known Member

    Add to today half a small pizza...
  12. Larinda McRaven

    Larinda McRaven Site Moderator Staff Member

    Actually I have yet to find a gluten free bread that doesn't suck.
  13. samina

    samina Well-Known Member


    but sprouted grain breads (ezekiel, for example) are delicious (toasted, anyway) and the sprouting process renders the gluten far more digestible. i've heard that many people who are sensitive or allergic to gluten can have ezekiel without issue. just fwiw...
  14. Larinda McRaven

    Larinda McRaven Site Moderator Staff Member

  15. Purr

    Purr Well-Known Member

    Where can you buy these kinds of breads? I'm sorry to say, I've never heard of sprouted grain breads.
  16. Purr

    Purr Well-Known Member

    Breakfast: Carnation Instant Breakfast Drink
    Snack # 1: Emerald Cinnamon Roasted Almonds 100 calorie pack and water
    Snack #2: Nature Valley Granola Thins 80 calories
    Lunch: Yoplait Strawberry Greek Yogurt 110 calories, carrot and celery sticks with Jif Natural peanut butter, grapes
    Dinner: small boneless pork chop with small baked potato; garden salad - really just lettuce with a sprinkling of cucumbers and celery and water
    Snack: Strawberries and more water
  17. 3wishes

    3wishes Well-Known Member

    Well, purr, Whole Foods and Trader Joe's is a start. Some markets (Von's-Safeway) will carry them if there is enough of a demand, or you keep asking the manager "why don't you carry this xyz brand?" Maybe you should carry xyz brand.
    Safeway markets is making an attempt out here to stock Gluten Free products, shelve space is a premium in the grocery business.
  18. Purr

    Purr Well-Known Member

    Thank you. Both of these are close to the dance studio where I take lessons, if not where I live.
  19. samina

    samina Well-Known Member

    frozen food section, usually with the "healthy foods".

    all my local grocery stores carry this product... even found it at publix in suburban florida, which says a lot. look for the orange wrapper...(purple for cinnamon/raisin, green for sesame).
  20. Larinda McRaven

    Larinda McRaven Site Moderator Staff Member

    spinach, apple, cucumber smoothie
    california rolls
    grilled salmon with steamed broccoli
    an orange juice

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