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    i dunno if protein is till a issue but if it is i like do egg sandwhiches in the morning

    toasted english muffin with a fried egg on it that has cheese melted on it (i like pepper jack) and ketchup
    egg=protein
    cheese=protein
    bread=can take it with you
    ketchup=just equals good there's nothing of nutrition i just like ketchup

    I break the yolk with a knife when i put it in the pan so it firms up and you don't have drippy yellow mess.
    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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    Quote Originally Posted by cm81 View Post
    Hemp pancakes:

    3/4 c whole wheat flour (or gluten free)
    2 ts baking powder
    1 Tbs honey
    1 C Hemp/almond/rice/soy milk (use hemp)
    1 Tbs coconut oil
    1 egg (or egg replacer: I use 1 tsp ground flax + 3Tbs warm water--stir and allow to gel up approx 3-5min)
    1/4 C raw, shelled hemp seeds
    (I like flax seed, and therefore, add more, add even if using an egg)
    LOTS of cinnamon and teeny bit of nutmeg
    Splash of vanilla

    Whip up, fry in a pan

    (make it beautiful with pb, syrup, top with fresh berries and a sprinkling of powdered sugar and raw pumpkin seeds)

    (go crazy with grilled veggies -asparagus- and egg/tofu. mmmm. breakfast)
    Oooh, savory pancakes! I've never had hemp milk, it kind of scares me for some reason. I usually stick to unsweetened vanilla almond.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Showbread View Post
    I've never had hemp milk, it kind of scares me for some reason
    If it gives you the giggles, you're on your own

    It's a very healthy milk alternative; the very best for hot cocoas You should try it!
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    There world is a goldmine-
    That will melt tomorrow."M83

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    Just popped a variation of this: Honey Sesame Chicken in the crockpot.

    Alterations:
    - Chicken breasts instead of thighs (mom won't eat dark meat)
    - Added about a tsp of grated ginger (because I had it)
    - Used olive oil instead of canola
    - Added a tsp of toasted sesame oil
    - Used an extra clove of garlic (because, garlic)

    Serving it with brown rice and green beans roasted in a little bit of olive and garlic salt.

    Update:

    SUPER yummy. I also ended up adding about a tablespoon of corn starch, dissolved in water, and let it thicken a bit while I shredded the meat. Will definitely make this again.
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    Been eating a lot of holiday cookies and take-out from my favorite local restaurants, and drinking a lot of lattes, cocoa, and beer. No exercise whatsoever, and no shame about it either.

    Next stop: Cajun food, a lot of walking, and hopefully some dancing on New Year's Eve. Goodbye Rockies and hello New Orleans!
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    These were the only things I cooked this week:

    1) Soft and Chewy Ginger Cookies (HUGE success, will make again next year)

    2)
    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    Made this for my folks and it turned out amazing:

    - 1 box linguine
    - 1 large frozen chicken breast, thawed and cut into thin-ish strips
    - 1 container Trader Joe's pesto
    - 1 sweet onion, sliced
    - Tons of fresh spinach
    - Tons of parmesan cheese
    - Salt and pepper, to taste
    - Olive oil

    I started with the onions and olive oil in a large, deep skillet, then added the chicken, then the spinach (once the chicken was done and the onions were cooked without being too soft) and s&p. Then added the cooked pasta and pesto and drizzled a little extra oil on top. Served with parm on the side so everyone could decide how much they wanted.
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    My food for the past week:
    - Jambalaya
    - Gumbo
    - Eggs and bacon (like, every day)
    - Shrimp etoufee
    - Soul food

    My exercise for the past week:
    - Walking everywhere
    - Dancing
    - The SICKEST of sick air guitar
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    I'm finally back at my apartment!

    Need to get an exercise plan together for this semester since I am no longer in yoga. Depending on prices, I may try to find a studio in town. I am taking a ballroom dancing class though so that will be good for cardio.

    Food! I wasn't feeling adventurous when I went grocery shopping last night so turkey chili it is! It's really a pretty healthy "recipe." I'm using ground turkey instead of beef, with a little chorizo. Organic kale was on sale for $.99 a bunch so I'm going to throw some of that in too. Next week I will plan something more exciting and adventurous.

    I'm going to try to make my breakfasts a little more substantial than just toast or cereal. I bought a lot of Greek yogurt because it was on sale. I'm also planning to hard boil some eggs. Lunch, I will continue to buy on campus.
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    My schedule changed, which means I can go to yoga again! Woohoo!

    Other exercise is on hold because my back is really sore again. Going to the doctor Friday to hopefully get a physical therapy referral.
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    Food and exercise have been hectic and weird since I've been back. I ate out a lot last week, and this week I haven't really been eating breakfasts (because I keep forgetting to make this new smoothie recipe in bulk the night before). But at least I've been eating out healthily? (Mediterranean sandwich one day, half a Chipotle burrito another day &c.)

    Here's what I HAVE been cooking:

    - Soba Noodles with Swiss Chard–Miso Pesto Recipe - CHOW.com (ended up tasting okay, but reheats poorly, and in the end I'd rather just have miso noodle soup with chard)

    - Golden Rice Bowls - Budget Bytes (oldie but goodie! as per usual I doubled the amount of spices, and I've been eating it at work, with eggs that I cook in the office microwave (kinda like poaching + hard-boiling), and frozen spinach)

    - Peanut-Sesame Slaw with Soba Noodles - Cookie and Kate (another oldie but goodie -- this time used a different kind of slaw and it was SO MUCH BETTER than when I'd just used shredded cabbage!)

    I've had too much to do and too many resolutions to try and follow -- exercise included -- so I'm trying to integrate one daily habit at a time. Easing into them. Starting with daily music practice (for choir and for mandolin lessons), then daily job searching, then 3-5x per week exercising. Doing them all at once is too stressful.


    (In case you've been wondering, a lot of these recipes have been to use up the large quantities of buckwheat noodles and red miso paste that I bought at the local Asian grocery in December. So if anyone has healthy suggestions for these two ingredients, hit me up!)
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