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Re: What did you eat today?

Postby Angelene » Fri Jan 04, 2008 7:12 am UTC

pr1mu5 wrote:I'm on the Atkins diet, so...

5 slices of bologna
5 slices of american cheese
1 tbsp mayo
1 tbsp mustard
24 pistachios
2 diet cokes
1 water
2 pieces gum


Eeeek, you know Atkins allows and actually encourages that you eat plenty of green vegetables and other low-carb non-starchy veg? You can actually follow the diet without relying on such ohmygod I'm going to block all my arteries type foods?
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Re: What did you eat today?

Postby Zohar » Fri Jan 04, 2008 1:15 pm UTC

Yesterday I had a dinner with friends. We started with some good bread with cheese and pesto sauce (pesto made by yours truly), as well as tomato salad.

Then we went onto the main courses - pizzas I made (pretty good) and a great spinach pie someone bought.

Lastly, Tarte Tatin (again, I made it) for desert with vanilla ice cream.
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Re: What did you eat today?

Postby pr1mu5 » Fri Jan 04, 2008 3:33 pm UTC

CaraInFrames wrote:Eeeek, you know Atkins allows and actually encourages that you eat plenty of green vegetables and other low-carb non-starchy veg? You can actually follow the diet without relying on such ohmygod I'm going to block all my arteries type foods?


Yeah, but I'm in induction phase (started diet on Jan 1) so none of that for the first 2 weeks. (I've done Atkins a few times in my life, every 2 or 3 years it seems I need to go on it and lose all the weight I gain from living life in the fast lane).

Today's menu: Hot Slim jims and Peanuts. Maybe I'll have a salad with egg/tuna/chicken on it later.

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Re: What did you eat today?

Postby Angelene » Fri Jan 04, 2008 3:42 pm UTC

pr1mu5 wrote:
CaraInFrames wrote:Eeeek, you know Atkins allows and actually encourages that you eat plenty of green vegetables and other low-carb non-starchy veg? You can actually follow the diet without relying on such ohmygod I'm going to block all my arteries type foods?


Yeah, but I'm in induction phase (started diet on Jan 1) so none of that for the first 2 weeks. (I've done Atkins a few times in my life, every 2 or 3 years it seems I need to go on it and lose all the weight I gain from living life in the fast lane).

Today's menu: Hot Slim jims and Peanuts. Maybe I'll have a salad with egg/tuna/chicken on it later.

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Re: What did you eat today?

Postby Sadistic » Fri Jan 04, 2008 3:45 pm UTC

I woke up less than an hour ago and so far my consumption is a bag a sour patch, because I was hungry and I own a box of them.
Now, off to make a real breakfast. :roll:

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Re: What did you eat today?

Postby pr1mu5 » Mon Jan 07, 2008 5:42 pm UTC

An egg, 4 slices of bacon, teryaki chicken with peppers, a slim jim, and a handful of peanuts.

(I've lost 6 pounds so far since Jan 1... woo Atkins!)

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Re: What did you eat today?

Postby That_one_guy » Mon Jan 07, 2008 6:32 pm UTC

Nothing so far...
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Re: What did you eat today?

Postby Zohar » Mon Jan 07, 2008 6:52 pm UTC

Breakfast: Coffee, two pieces of toast with strawberry jam.
Lunch: Some rice, a veggie pie, potato soup.
Dinner: Lentil soup from yesterday, an omlette with veggies (green onions, mushrooms, tomatoes) and some cereal (which I shouldn't have eaten...).
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Re: What did you eat today?

Postby Moo » Tue Jan 08, 2008 10:06 am UTC

Hmmm...
Breakfast: Wholewheat toast with salad cream and banana
Lunch: Sour dough bread with tuna, mayo (very low fat) and sweetcorn
Dinner: Meditiranean tomato & herb pork sausage, potato wedges (home made), roasted veg
Snacks: a cupcake; some cuppasoup; a mini babybel cheese.
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Re: What did you eat today?

Postby Zohar » Tue Jan 08, 2008 11:34 am UTC

I need to eat healthier like Moo...
So far:
Breakfast - cereals and a cup of coffee.
Lunch - soup, vegetable pie, rice and green peas, some salad. For desert, a cookie.
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Re: What did you eat today?

Postby Nexus_1101 » Tue Jan 08, 2008 11:55 am UTC

nothing yet and its 11:49am
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Re: What did you eat today?

Postby Moo » Tue Jan 08, 2008 12:43 pm UTC

Zohar, that doesn't sound so bad so far. And I only eat healthy when I make my own food so I don't feel so bad when I overindulge at restaurants and parties and Starbucks and the pub at lunch...
Tonight, for example, I'm going to the theatre with friends and afterwards I just know we're going to end up in the Haagendazs Cafe..... Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Haagendazs Cafe...

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Re: What did you eat today?

Postby Nexus_1101 » Tue Jan 08, 2008 1:17 pm UTC

i have just had lunch, chicken satays, crisps and a pear.
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Re: What did you eat today?

Postby Toeofdoom » Tue Jan 08, 2008 1:33 pm UTC

Well, today I had some sultana bran, and drinks of water, milk and cordial throughout the day, and some chicken and vegetable curry with rice. Which was quite high on veggie content and was made of real ingredients not a jar paste thing.

I also managed to resist opening a large packet of chips for the 5th day running, even though I have no real reason to do so.
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Re: What did you eat today?

Postby Moo » Tue Jan 08, 2008 1:40 pm UTC

Large bag of crisps: $3*
Not eating the large bag of crisps, just to prove to yourself you can: priceless.

*arbitrarily chosen currency and price
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Re: What did you eat today?

Postby Vanguard » Tue Jan 08, 2008 1:41 pm UTC

Two honeybuns. And a code red.
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Re: What did you eat today?

Postby Moo » Tue Jan 08, 2008 1:47 pm UTC

Not knowing either of those two items has provided me with literally minutes of ammusement, imagining what you just ate deduced from known uses for those words.

Honey buns: sexual harassment type pet name for a woman, presumably referring to her buttox
Honeybun: nickname for my little cousin: Hannah -> honey -> honey-bunny -> honeybun

Code red: a la military or natural disaster movie. "They're attacking / The meteor has survived the nuke! Go to code red!".
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Re: What did you eat today?

Postby Vanguard » Tue Jan 08, 2008 1:49 pm UTC

Moo wrote:Not knowing either of those two items has provided me with literally minutes of ammusement, imagining what you just ate deduced from known uses for those words.

Honey buns: sexual harassment type pet name for a woman, presumably referring to her buttox
Honeybun: nickname for my little cousin: Hannah -> honey -> honey-bunny -> honeybun

Code red: a la military or natural disaster movie. "They're attacking / The meteor has survived the nuke! Go to code red!".


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Re: What did you eat today?

Postby Moo » Tue Jan 08, 2008 2:06 pm UTC

I assumed it was something like that but mine was funnier to me :)
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Re: What did you eat today?

Postby pr1mu5 » Tue Jan 08, 2008 2:52 pm UTC

A pound of thick-cut bacon.

By myself.

For breakfast.

Awesome.

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Re: What did you eat today?

Postby That_one_guy » Tue Jan 08, 2008 3:10 pm UTC

pr1mu5 wrote:A pound of thick-cut bacon.

By myself.

For breakfast.

Awesome.

Ughh... Bacon makes me sick. Anywho, a package of Pocky so far. [I've been eating a lot less recently. :? Odd.]
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Re: What did you eat today?

Postby Toeofdoom » Tue Jan 08, 2008 3:21 pm UTC

Moo wrote:Large bag of crisps: $3*
Not eating the large bag of crisps, just to prove to yourself you can: priceless.

*arbitrarily chosen currency and price


It only cost $2, aussie money actually. But seriously, I even had them in my bag through a party, fully aware they were there, and there were no other chips to eat. And people seemed more in the mood for alcohol than chips. And they're like, the second best type of chips, first being salt and vinegar... but they still haven't been eaten. Somehow it just fails to make sense in my head anyway.
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Re: What did you eat today?

Postby microwaved » Tue Jan 08, 2008 3:37 pm UTC

For breakfast: bowl of kashi go lean and a glass of orange juice

For lunch: I'm on something of a diet, so I'll just be having my usual PB&J. If you make it with the right ingredients, the pb&j is a near perfect lunch. It's rather filling on it's own and is actually fairly healthy.

For dinner: Not until later tonight but I'm thinking BLT right now.

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Re: What did you eat today?

Postby Vanguard » Tue Jan 08, 2008 3:48 pm UTC

I had a cheap stromboli thing for lunch.

For dinner? More code red, most likely.
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Re: What did you eat today?

Postby Moo » Thu Jan 10, 2008 1:14 pm UTC

(We have waaaay too much bread, fruit, veg and other foods from going mad at the farmers market and my freezer is full.)

Yesterday
Breakfast: sourdough toast with avocado
Midmorning: fruit salad
Lunch: I was gonna have toast with salad cream and banana but some idiot left the toaster at work on max setting so it burned so I had a chicken, pesto and sundried tomato panini and an earl grey from Starbucks, and the banana. Yum.
Snack: carrot sticks (I always get hungry in mid-afternoon and eating some veg makes me feel better and helps towards 5-a-day)
Dinner: this amaaaazing pie we got at the farmer's market called a fidget pie with ham, cheddar sauce, apple and onion. Sounds weird; tastes LOVELY. With some veggies on the side.
Cake: saw the girls for a cup of tea, some cake and a chat in the evening.

Also water, rooibos tea, coffee and a babybell cheese.

I keep editing it because I'm very pedantic today.
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Re: What did you eat today?

Postby PatrickRsGhost » Thu Jan 10, 2008 2:17 pm UTC

Yesterday

Breakfast: Country-fried steak and scrambled egg on a large buttered biscuit and sweet iced tea.

Lunch: Fried catfish filets on a bed of Cajun fries with hushpuppies and sweet iced tea.

Afternoon snack: Chocolate chip bread pudding with rum sauce and vanilla ice cream from the Cajun restaurant where I had lunch. Had it "to-go" (some call it "take-away").

Supper: Leftover shredded barbecue pork, used for sammiches.
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Re: What did you eat today?

Postby Moo » Thu Jan 10, 2008 2:20 pm UTC

Again, ammusement from imagining a post from someone from another country to me when a term is something I know but obviously not what they meant.

Hushpuppies = comfortable shoe brand.

Now you can imagine how hilarious
"Lunch: Fried catfish filets on a bed of Cajun fries with hushpuppies and sweet iced tea."
sounds to me.

What are hushpuppies?
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Re: What did you eat today?

Postby pr1mu5 » Thu Jan 10, 2008 2:24 pm UTC

Moo wrote:What are hushpuppies?

Hushpuppies are a shitty southern alternative to french fries. Picture taking a piece of corn bread and deep frying it.

Southerners think hushpuppies are the best fried snack/crap on the planet. You cannot argue with a southerner when it comes to cuisine.

(I'm from New England, and currently living in Florida. And I get into a lot of battles down here as a chef... :)

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Re: What did you eat today?

Postby PatrickRsGhost » Thu Jan 10, 2008 2:45 pm UTC

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Moo wrote:What are hushpuppies?

Hushpuppies are a shitty southern alternative to french fries. Picture taking a piece of corn bread and deep frying it.

Southerners think hushpuppies are the best fried snack/crap on the planet. You cannot argue with a southerner when it comes to cuisine.

(I'm from New England, and currently living in Florida. And I get into a lot of battles down here as a chef... :)


That's almost true. Hushpuppies are indeed more of a Southern thing than anywhere else in the U.S., or the world for that matter. They're mainly served with fish, which is usually coated with a cornmeal batter. A lot of chain fish/seafood restaurants serve them as part of the meal. The leftover cornmeal batter that was used to coat the fish is used in making hushpuppies.

There are several possibilities as to where they originated. One story tells how hunters made them up to feed the dogs and "hush the puppies" during cook-outs or fish frys. Another takes place during the Civil War, where Confederate soldiers would toss them to the dogs while cooking, if Union soldiers were near. Another tells of how the slaves would make them and toss them to the dogs that were tracking them, while trying to "train" them with the command to "hush, puppies." Another story I've heard tells how the slaves would fry them up to feed to the dogs, to keep them from trying to go after the food the slaves carried from the cook's house (where the kitchen was located) to the dining room in the main house during mealtimes.

I don't much care for hushpuppies frankly. I like them on occasion. They came with the meal, and I tried one of them. It was okay, but not the best. I think my grandma made the best. You just take cornbread batter, which is cornmeal, buttermilk, egg, and flour mixed together, and add in finely chopped onion. Some people might add in celery and/or bell peppers. Drop by tablespoonfuls into hot oil and fry until golden brown.
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Re: What did you eat today?

Postby Vanguard » Thu Jan 10, 2008 3:44 pm UTC

I had a little 1.75$ pizza thing in a school machine.
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Re: What did you eat today?

Postby pollywog » Sat Jan 12, 2008 1:45 am UTC

For breakfast I had the corner of my mate's McD's hashbrown, and for lunch I had a bowl of raspberries and milk. I might eat a banana soon.
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Re: What did you eat today?

Postby Seven » Sat Jan 12, 2008 3:40 am UTC

This being Friday, I had fish for supper; steamed tilapia, with mashed potatoes and green beans.

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Re: What did you eat today?

Postby Zohar » Sat Jan 12, 2008 8:51 am UTC

Yesterday - humus and some veggie "sausages" for lunch (woke up late). A sandwich or two in the afternoon at some point, for dinner I had tomato soup I made. That seems like too little, I'm probably forgetting something. Maybe there was more bread floating around there...
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Re: What did you eat today?

Postby Rodan » Sat Jan 12, 2008 6:23 pm UTC

Today so far:
A bowl of Frosted Flakes and ramen with olive oil and garlic powder.

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Re: What did you eat today?

Postby tylerwylie » Sat Jan 12, 2008 7:46 pm UTC

Protein shake (~300 calories majority whey protein) and a piece of string cheese. That'll hold me off until I have some more meal replacement shakes after I go work out, bringing me up to about 750 calories for the day.
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Re: What did you eat today?

Postby Quadropus » Sat Jan 12, 2008 11:50 pm UTC

What have I eaten?
Very little really. A sandwich for lunch, and some cornflakes about 10 minutes ago....
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Postby Zohar » Sun Jan 13, 2008 10:17 am UTC

tylerwylie wrote:Protein shake (~300 calories majority whey protein) and a piece of string cheese. That'll hold me off until I have some more meal replacement shakes after I go work out, bringing me up to about 750 calories for the day.


Just wanted to mention, that seems like a very extreme diet. Most diets don't go below 1200 calories per day. The most common reason for that is to help you keep the weight off later and to ease deviations. Any straying from your diet at the moment could be very difficult to shake off. Also, once you're done dieting, it will (possible, obviously depends on the person) to get back to eating normally.
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Re: What did you eat today?

Postby tylerwylie » Sun Jan 13, 2008 1:28 pm UTC

Zohar wrote:
tylerwylie wrote:Protein shake (~300 calories majority whey protein) and a piece of string cheese. That'll hold me off until I have some more meal replacement shakes after I go work out, bringing me up to about 750 calories for the day.


Just wanted to mention, that seems like a very extreme diet. Most diets don't go below 1200 calories per day. The most common reason for that is to help you keep the weight off later and to ease deviations. Any straying from your diet at the moment could be very difficult to shake off. Also, once you're done dieting, it will (possible, obviously depends on the person) to get back to eating normally.

Well what this diet has done is shrunk my stomach size and curbed my appetite (Ketosis ftw) to the point where when I go off this diet it will be very hard for me to gain weight. My metabolism has also gotten a kcikstart from my workout regimen and high amounts of protein. It's good times. :D
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Re: What did you eat today?

Postby Zohar » Sun Jan 13, 2008 6:25 pm UTC

tylerwylie wrote:Well what this diet has done is shrunk my stomach size and curbed my appetite (Ketosis ftw) to the point where when I go off this diet it will be very hard for me to gain weight. My metabolism has also gotten a kcikstart from my workout regimen and high amounts of protein. It's good times. :D


Well if you've got the willpower for it, you're not going to become anorexic and you're confident in your ability to keep that weight off, I can't complain about anything. Good luck!

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Incidentally, I had a bowl of cereals for breakfast, falafel in a pita for lunch (and a slice of bread with some cheese). For dinner (in a few minutes), I'll probably have an omlette and some veggies.
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Re: What did you eat today?

Postby parkaboy » Sun Jan 13, 2008 8:40 pm UTC

i just had breakfast:

BURRITO!! scrambled eggs w/ cheddar, white-meat turkey and salsa rolled up in a flour tortilla. nomnomnom!!!
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