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RUBECCAL Posts: 884
12/5/12 12:15 A

I like the pickle spears idea!

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12/4/12 10:10 P

How about pineapple, peaches, sliced apples, dill pickle spears, as a side.

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12/4/12 9:47 P

I agree with everyone else.. I wonder why a salad is always a default "side" for pizza, pasta and other saucy things?



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12/4/12 7:08 P

side salad or some nice veggies like broccoli that take a long time to chew



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RUBECCAL Posts: 884
12/4/12 3:56 P

Thank you for all of the wonderful suggestions. A salad sounds great.

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STODD251 Posts: 711
12/4/12 3:21 P

Agreed. Salad is the way to go. I would eat the salad first and then grab your pizza, that way you fill up on the healthier stuff first.

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12/4/12 3:07 P

I almost always eat a side salad with either just a flavored vinegar and/or citrus on it or a little little bit of dressing. I also like either raw fruit or raw veggies with pizza.

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12/4/12 2:42 P

I agree with the previous posters on salad. I ALWAYS eat a big green salad with my pizza.

SUSAN_FOSTER Posts: 1,228
12/4/12 2:23 P

Do you have the ingredients for a salad? That's my default with pizza. Green beans?

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12/4/12 2:23 P

salad & fresh veggies ALWAYS go w/ pizza emoticon
(just don't get carried away w/ thick dressings that will be as bad as the pizza)

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RUBECCAL Posts: 884
12/4/12 2:21 P

Mom ordered pizza for lunch, and there is a very good chance we'll be having pizza leftovers for dinner. I've already decided to stick with just one slice of the veggie pizza, but I don't know what to have with it so I'm not still hungry for more. I think I'll have corn with it, but I don't know what else. We don't typically have sides with our pizza, but I'm trying really hard to stay within my calories for the day. Any suggestions would be much appreciated!

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