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MICHELLEXXXX
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1/20/13 12:35 A

I think you did great! How did outback cook their veggies?




FABANDFLIRTY30
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1/19/13 10:40 P

THANK YOU EVERYONE. I ENDED UP GETTING GRILLED CHICKEN WITH VEGGIES NO BUTTER, NO BREAD, SALAD DRESSING ON THE SIDE. I GAVE MY SON THE CROUTONS. emoticon



MICHELLEXXXX
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1/19/13 11:08 A

I add an extra 100 cal (at least) to the number given by the restaurant. I found that many cooks seem to be quite liberal with the use of cooking oil, butter, and other condiments.

I think the order of a grilled shrimp caesar salad, hold the dressing and croutons, served with olive oil on the side would provide nutrients and protein. I would request cucumber, onion, tomato added to the salad and spinach substituted for romaine if possible,

Edited by: MICHELLEXXXX at: 1/19/2013 (11:26)


CREATIVECALICO
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1/19/13 11:07 A

Small steak (or save half for later) without butter and a side salad.



BREWMASTERBILL
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1/19/13 10:53 A

Steak is a great choice. You can never go wrong with meat and vegetables. Just be certain to ask the wait staff not to prepare it with butter or oil. Salt and pepper will do.



SMILLERTIME84
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1/19/13 10:48 A

Avoid the bread. I used to eat a whole little loaf my self with butter. And get a salad with dressing on the side before the meal. Maybe even just oil and vinegar on the side if they have it. That way you can control it.



FABANDFLIRTY30
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1/19/13 10:19 A

Thank you!



SARAHANN01
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1/19/13 10:13 A

Outback has an Under 600 Calorie Menu. You could easily stick with something off of that, and just not eat the whole portion.

Grilled Chicken "on the Barbie" or Grilled Shrimp "on the Barbie" are really safe options at Outback if you have veggies as your side. They will only run you around 400 cals.



FABANDFLIRTY30
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1/19/13 9:50 A

I'm going out to eat tonight and I was going to go ahead a calculate my dinner before I go but the food tracker calories are different than what is on the website. HELP!!!! What should I eat. I want to keep it under 500 for the whole meal!!!



 
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