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    March 2nd, 2013

    -Tortilla
    -Ground beef
    -Shredded Cheddar cheese
    -Sour Cream (pint)
    -Diced Tomatoes
    -Shredded lettuce
    -Guac (8 oz.)
    -Taco Sauce
    -Taco Seasoning
    -Six pack of wine coolers (watermelon flavor)

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    I generally eat out.
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    ranch dressing
    salad
    chicken
    crisps
    tomato juice
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    parsley
    thyme leaves
    oregano leaves
    dill
    basil
    garlic
    celery
    green onions
    broccoli
    cauliflower
    onions
    red peppers
    green peppers
    leek
    acorn squash
    carrots
    tomatoes
    black olives
    pimentos
    black beans
    lemon
    apples
    golden raisins
    dates
    dried blueberries
    pecans
    sunflower seeds
    sesame seeds
    yeast flakes
    toasted sesame oil
    vegenaise
    turkey breast
    chicken sausage
    organic butter
    brown rice pasta
    almond extract


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    Quote Originally Posted by Chaotic Harmony View Post
    parsley
    thyme leaves
    oregano leaves
    dill
    basil
    garlic
    celery
    green onions
    broccoli
    cauliflower
    onions
    red peppers
    green peppers
    leek
    acorn squash
    carrots
    tomatoes
    black olives
    pimentos
    black beans
    lemon
    apples
    golden raisins
    dates
    dried blueberries
    pecans
    sunflower seeds
    sesame seeds
    yeast flakes
    toasted sesame oil
    vegenaise
    turkey breast
    chicken sausage
    organic butter
    brown rice pasta
    almond extract
    Wow. You eat healthy. I'm coming over to your house for dinner!

    I should make a list, but I never write anything down. It's like I'm on strike for being organized. My ESFJ bff, and my ISFJ Mother are always telling me to write things down. One day I will.

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    Oats
    Special K chocolate-strawberry cereal
    Tropical mix dried fruit (coconut flakes, pineapple, papaya, raisins, banana chips)
    Broccoli slaw mix
    Coleslaw mix
    Cherry tomatoes
    Lite Asian sesame dressing
    Acai 10 berry juice
    Green machine smoothie drink
    Greek yogurt
    Miso paste
    Frozen vegetables (brussel sprouts, broccoli/cauliflower combination, vegetable soup mix, chopped spinach)
    Scallions
    Parsnips
    Eggs
    Salmon fillets
    Marinade packet and lemons
    Weight watchers 90 calorie ice cream cones
    On second thought no need to write a list. I'll just print yours out. I'll just add almond milk and chicken breasts

    I'm trying to love broccoli because it seems like a good addition to beef, chicken, or fish. My husband told me it was pretty much flavorless so I decided to try the beef with broccoli Atkins frozen mean and it was really good, despite all the additives/preservatives. If I buy it fresh, what's the best way to cook it? In case you hadn't noticed, I'm not a huge vegetable lover, but I really want to be!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tigerlily View Post
    Wow. You eat healthy. I'm coming over to your house for dinner!

    I should make a list, but I never write anything down. It's like I'm on strike for being organized. My ESFJ bff, and my ISFJ Mother are always telling me to write things down.

    One day I will. On second thought no need. I'll just print your list out. I'll just add almond milk and chicken breasts

    I'm trying to love broccoli because it seems like a good addition to beef, chicken, or fish. My husband told me it was pretty much flavorless so I decided to try the beef with broccoli Atkins frozen mean and it was really good, despite all the additives/preservatives. If I buy it fresh, what's the best way to cook it? In case you hadn't noticed, I'm not a huge vegetable lover, but I really want to be!
    Steam it! Doesn't get too mushy and tastes really good when it's steamed.

    There's a considerable difference when I go to the grocery store alone compared to when I send my husband. If he goes we end up with fruit loops, chips, and other junk. I've been forcing him to eat healthier.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Tigerlily View Post
    On second thought no need to write a list. I'll just print yours out. I'll just add almond milk and chicken breasts

    I'm trying to love broccoli because it seems like a good addition to beef, chicken, or fish. My husband told me it was pretty much flavorless so I decided to try the beef with broccoli Atkins frozen mean and it was really good, despite all the additives/preservatives. If I buy it fresh, what's the best way to cook it? In case you hadn't noticed, I'm not a huge vegetable lover, but I really want to be!
    I drink the vanilla coconut milk its super tasty. I'm on a "I'm poor and I need to diet" diet right now, but I already had the milk and the brown rice so I left those off the list. AND! You can eat broccoli completely raw, I find it delicious that way with some spicy-saucy dressing, but...

    The best way, to me, to cook broccoli is to steam it. Steaming vegetables is SO effortless. All you need:
    - Glass bowl
    - Plastic wrap that is allowed to go in the microwave
    - Seasonings (I like this garlic-sea-salt grinder and Mrs. Dash that I got on sale )
    - Water and a knife.

    In essence: Cut, water, cover, nuke, rest, eat.

    Wash the broccoli (I usually wash my veggies as soon as I buy them, I'll explain it in a minute) if you haven't already. Cut up the broccoli into edible-sized pieces and place them in a glass or microwave safe bowl.
    Put a bit of water in the bowl. (I don't really measure how much because it comes so naturally to me now.. but I would try half a tablespoon and adjust from there if you're a measuring type. If you put too much in, all you have to do is pour it out later.)
    Now place your seasonings that you want on the veggies and cover the whole bowl with cling wrap. Poke a couple holes in the cling wrap with your knife, and then put it in microwave.
    Depending on your microwave settings and how much broccoli you're preparing, it could take anywhere between 3 - 7 minutes in the microwave. As long as it is tender it is done, and usually those times produce reliable results even with frozen foods. I would start with about 4-5 minutes on almost anything, follow the next step, then repeat if it isn't tender enough. Now go on with whatever else you were going to do for the next 5 minutes.
    Forget about the broccoli when it stops. Let it rest in that steamy mess for about a minute or so.
    Take off the cling wrap, dump out the water if there is too much, and sprinkle the top with some shredded cheese.

    Ta-Da! ! The same can be done with cauliflower, they both act in similar ways.

    How I wash veggies: Throw a handful of salt in some water and a good slug of vinegar (about 1/4-1/3 cup if I was going to measure it) in a sink of cold water. Give your veggies a good swish in the water and then let them float/sit there for about 30 minutes. Rinse them off with fresh water, drain them, and lay them out to dry on a towel for a while. Pat off any excessively wet areas when they're starting to be room temperature and put them in the fridge. I found this recipe makes my veggies last way longer in the fridge, they don't get those slimy areas nearly as quickly, and any small buggies that would have been on them still from the market will not be clinging to them anymore. You'd be amazed at how nasty that soaking water looks after you're done with it sometimes. You can definitely start to tell which stores actually wash their veggies or not.
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    training for a half marathon right now, keeping this belly full is a chore. bought ingredients for a nice meal today.. (plus the kiwis and cheese)

    red bell pepper
    italian parsley
    crown of broccoli
    onion
    a few kiwis
    spinach
    frozen peas and corn
    pound of peeled and deveined shrimp (too lazy to peel and devein my own shrimp)
    quinoa
    jar of capers
    shredded sharp cheddar cheese (too lazy to shred my own sharp cheddar cheese!!)
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    Prepping for easy, tasty, home cooked meals after my spouse's upcoming surgery:

    Lentils
    Barley
    Carrots
    Celerty
    Onions
    Garlic
    Potatoes
    Parsnips
    Leek
    Kale
    Basil
    Parsley
    Tomatoes
    Red bell peppers
    Green apple
    Assorted fruit
    Diced Italian-style tomatoes (15oz can)
    Crushed tomatoes (15oz can)
    Andouille chicken sausage
    Shrimp
    Brie
    Mozzarella cheese
    Flatbread
    Sourdough bakery bread
    Cookies
    Cereal
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aquarelle View Post
    Prepping for easy, tasty, home cooked meals after my spouse's upcoming surgery:

    Lentils
    Barley
    Carrots
    Celerty
    Onions
    Garlic
    Potatoes
    Parsnips
    Leek
    Kale
    Basil
    Parsley
    Tomatoes
    Red bell peppers
    Green apple
    Assorted fruit
    Diced Italian-style tomatoes (15oz can)
    Crushed tomatoes (15oz can)
    Andouille chicken sausage
    Shrimp
    Brie
    Mozzarella cheese
    Flatbread
    Sourdough bakery bread
    Cookies
    Cereal
    That reminds me of some of my lists lately!

    Minus the shrimp... I don't want to like swell up thanks to allergies.


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