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SANDICANE Posts: 3,393
4/3/13 11:00 P

steamed shredded cabbage with pesto

ERICADURR Posts: 241
4/3/13 8:45 P

Fried eggs (actually only fried in a pan sprayed w/ olive oil) over brown rice. NOM.

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4/3/13 8:30 P

Chobani plain fat free! It replaces sour cream perfectly, I think even better. I love putting it in oatmeal with blueberries or just eating it with blueberries and nothing else. You can even try making an Alfredo sauce with it.

I started a thread awhile back called chobani ideas....I don't think anyone's added to it in awhile but I'd be interested in hearing other creative ways to use it. It is seriously so delicious and I'm so used to it now I think any other yogurt is way toooooooo sweet and not as filling anyway.

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4/3/13 8:21 P

Fat free plain Greek yogurt. I used to be a sour cream junkie (I love it in EVERYTHING) but I've been substituting lately and Greek yogurt tastes even richer and creamier. In reality, it's much healthier, but it tastes like I'm "cheating" and eating something incredibly fatty.

(Currently I'm eating brown rice, some chicken, avocado, tomato, fresh cilantro, with a tablespoon of Greek yogurt on top. Delicious!)

I also love carrots or celery dipped in Frank's Red Hot :)

Edited by: REGINA_PHALANGE at: 4/3/2013 (20:23)
4/3/13 7:56 P

Apples are right up there. You get lots of good crunch and sweetness factor for not many calories. I also love Laughing Cow Lite cheeses. I sometimes use them as a substitute for butter or mayonnaise on sandwiches. They give you a lot of taste for only 35 calories.

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JAMINURSE Posts: 3,165
4/3/13 7:55 P

I don't really consider this a diet food. I love Spinach! You can make salads with it, make a side dish with it, use it in omelets, add it to pasta, and it is so good for you. It has to be fresh. I can't eat canned. Frozen in a pinch. Oh and you can add it to sandwiches and smoothies.

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4/3/13 7:35 P

Broccoli! versatile as heck, filling, and tasty. And I *dare* you to overeat on it. Actually, no, I don't dare you, because you'd hurt yourself trying.

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4/3/13 6:34 P

So far, I've discovered that pickles, shiratake noodles, celery with hot sauce (i know, i'm weird!), egg whites...

Anything amazing, low in calories, and you feel like you can eat all the time?

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