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Food Blog ~ Saturday ~ first day of simply filling

Sunday, July 25, 2010

Well this week I have decided to try weight watchers other plan... they have two if you didn't know. There is the points system that most people are firmilar with, where you count each food as a certain number of points and stick to an individual points target per day.... then there is another plan where you eat certain foods, called filling foods. You can pretty much eat as much as you want (to the point of fullness but not overly full) of Fruits, Vegetables, skim milk, fat free cheese, Fat free plain yogurt, lean meats and a whole bunch of other foods... you can also have whole wheat pasta, brown rice or potatoes 1 time per day. There is also some other foods that you get per day that aren't simply filling but you don't have to count them... like certain condiments like ketchup and fat free mayo... you can have 2 tsp of olive oil or other healthy oil per day as well because its part of a healthy lifestyle.
You still get your 35 weekly points to spend however you like... so you can still have ice cream or wine or whatever... you just have to count its points value towards your 35 weekly points or whatever activity points you earn.

I have never tried this new plan but I decided to give it a go because it sounded interesting not having to count points at all and being able to eat until your full. The main reason I wanted to try it though was because my husband has really been having a hard time losing weight. He refuses to track his own points and I have tried but I just cant keep up with him and with me.... so this is a good solution for him. Of course he complained all yesterday, even though he was eating..... I think its just because its something new and I guess it feels more like a diet... even though I told him he could eat other things as long as he kept within the weekly points range. He is a pain. lol.

But anyway, I did not find it hard. It took me a few days to plan out a menu because I was trying to work in all filling foods with very few non-filling foods. I did it though, I have a menu for the whole week and I plan to stick to it.

Here is yesterday...

Breakfast: 1 1/2 Cups Oatmeal w/ mixed berry sauce ........ (looked better when it was hot, I ate 1 cup of it at my weight watchers meeting and got full and ate the other 1/2 cup when I got home. It was very good) See Below for Recipe

Lunch: Salad topped with Crab Salad (1/2 cup imitation crab meat, 1 tbls fat free mayo, 1/2 tsp dill weed, 1/2 tsp hot sauce, 1/2 tsp onion & herb mrs. dash, 1/3 diced celery stalk) ..... lettuce, tomato, shredded carrot, thawed frozen peas..... dressing made w/ 1 tbls fat free mayo, 2 tbls plain fat free yogurt, 1/2 tsp ranch dip powder.
(picture does not show dressing)

Snack: 2 pickle spears

Snack: 1/2 can progresso light vegetable soup (actually not a filling food because of ingredient within it, but its zero points so I did not have to count it twards weekly points) ...... 1/2 apple

Dinner: 3oz grilled chicken w/ classico pesto (I counted this as my healthy oil for the day) .... 1 small sweet potato mashed..... grilled egg plant, zucchini, onions & peppers (totally burned on the grill but still pretty good)

Snack: I got one apricot & one nectarine and were going to grill them but my grill was too cool to do it once everything else was cooked so I took them and put them in a small Pyrex dish and put a mixture of 1-2 tbls water, 1 tbls splenda, 1 tsp vanilla extract & 1/2 tsp ground ginger on top of them. Put aluminum foil on top of the bowl and baked it at 350* for around 30 minutes.... so yummy and makes a syrup in the bottom of the bowl

I ate half of that & 1 serving butter almond ice cream... put the syrup on top of the ice cream.... this was the best thing I have had in a long time... OMG it was so good





Berry Oatmeal: Cook Quaker Quick oats as directed and then mix with splenda and vanilla extract to taste.... for berry sauce take about 1 cup of mixed frozen berries, but them in a small sauce pan w/ 1-2 tbls water & 1-2 tbls splenda.... heat untill boiling and as berrys thaw mash half of them into the water.... once berrys are hot, remove from heat and let sit for 5 minutes.... mixture will thicken. Pour over oatmeal and enjoy

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CHERKYLE 7/27/2010 2:10PM

    I might could eat my oatmeal like that!! Thanks

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TRACYZABELLE 7/26/2010 1:27AM

    great day

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MAMAFEELGOOD 7/25/2010 9:20PM

    Thanks for all the great ideas

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CHOCMOM 7/25/2010 4:44PM

  Yes, oatmeal is an awesome "filling" food. Thanks! emoticon emoticon

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MISSION_MOMMA 7/25/2010 1:07PM

    Wow, that is really wonderful. It is so hard sometimes to figure out how to make things work and you did it. It looks healthy and delicious and filling!

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LOSINGJESS 7/25/2010 12:30PM

    Oatmeal is a filling food!.... plain instant oatmeal, Plain Quick Oats or Old Fashioned Oats.

Cream of wheat is also a filling food... gonna have that tomorrow.

~ Jess

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KIMSTUTZ 7/25/2010 12:12PM

    Love oatmeal and berries~ will definitely have to try that! is oatmeal a filling food? will have to check that out. I am leaving for vaca for a few days tommorrow and following filling foods is probably a good route to go when you dont know actual points. thanks for the reminder!

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BOVEY63 7/25/2010 12:01PM

    Thanks for sharing the oatmeal recipe - it looks so good, as did everything else!

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EJULIE2 7/25/2010 12:00PM

    That really sounds great! I have been doing the points method, but have thought about giving simply filling a try.

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2FUN2B_LAZY 7/25/2010 11:26AM

    I'm so glad you added the oatmeal recipe.. YUM! I will have to try it!

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DCLAXTON43 7/25/2010 10:11AM

    Wow....good job...it all looked delicious!!! emoticon

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DONNAEDA 7/25/2010 10:07AM

    wow, I never considered that part of the program. I will try that and see if I can lose 10 poundss. Thanks for the reminder.

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CHICKYMOMMAOF2 7/25/2010 9:32AM

    It looks delicious.Good luck on the new plan.

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RETURNOFSARAH 7/25/2010 8:43AM

    Your food all looks really yummy emoticon

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VENISEW1 7/25/2010 8:23AM

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Photo Food Blog ~ Friday

Friday, July 23, 2010

Breakfast: 1/2 slice double fiber bread, 1/2 tsp Jam.... 1/2 cup natural no sugar added apple sauce, 1/4 cup 2% cottage cheese..... 3 egg white omelet w/ 1/4 cup thawed frozen spinach, 1/4 cup 2% cheddar cheese, 1/2 tsp tyme, salt & pepper

Snack: 1 graham cracker, 1 tsp peanut butter, 1 apple

Lunch: 1 cup carrots, 1 tbls light ranch..... 1 serving baked lays..... 1 sandwich made with 2 slices double fiber bread, 1 tbls light mayo, lettuce, 5 boca veggie nuggets

Dinner - (went out to eat at hibatchi grill & chinese buffet)

1st plate - salad w/ lettuce, tomato, onion, mushroom, green bell pepper, & 1 tbls italian dressing (assuming full fat because it was not labled)

2nd plate - Hibatchi cooked with no oil - 1/2 cup broccoli, 1 cup napa cabbage, a few onion peices, 1/4 cup baby corn, 1/2 cup mushrooms, 10 medium size shrimp, 2 tbls teryaki sauce (poured all that was on the plate off, so I am assuming it soaked up about this much)

3rd plate - 3 peices sushi with veggies, 2 peices sushi w/ cream cheese, 2 peices sushi w/ raw fish, 2 tbls pickled ginger

4th plate - fruit

TOTAL POINTS FOR DINNER : 8 points!!! ....... I was shocked... Its prob a little more but I did eat almost all vegetables. I was full afterwards and even though I wanted to go get dumplings and fried cheese wontons I tried to stay on track because I have a weigh in tomorow morning. I dont think this dinner will throw me off, except for maybe the teriayki sauce which has alot of sodium. Hopefully I will be ok though.







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GRANDMAAMIE 7/24/2010 11:24AM

    wow looks good your doing great emoticonon the 2 lb weight loss!!

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MALEXANDER4 7/23/2010 9:38PM

    Hey we got the same activity points this week. Actually I got 15 this week. most so far. I used a bit more free points though. You plan you good for your meals and such and you don't seem to have trouble with the eating a whole bag of chips thing. P.s. got some of the baked tostidos and that salsa tonight. Can't wait to give it a try. Thank you for that. Good luck with weigh in...let me know.

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AEL_RHIANA 7/23/2010 8:53PM

    Dang...that looks reaaaaally good. *steals some of that Sushi*!

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Photo Food Blog ~ July 22nd

Friday, July 23, 2010

Breakfast 1 - 1 cup yogurt
2 points

Breakfast 2 - 1 1/4 cup Kix cereal, 1/4 large banan, 1/2 cup 1% milk
4.5 points

Nibble - 1/4 cup canned corn while making kids lunches
0.5 points

Lunch - 1 medium sweet potato, 1 cup broccoli, 1 oz ham lunch meat, 1/2 oz reduced fat swiss cheese..... 1/2 secret ingredient cake :-)
5 points

Snack (movie theater... went to see inception... really good) : 1 pack weight watchers crisps (these are so good, remind me of cool ranch doritos excpet better) ... 1/2 pack crunchy granola bar
4 points

Dinner: 1 herb encrusted tilapia fillet (sams club) , 1 Tbls ketchup, 1/2 cup frozen peas, small salad w/ shredded carrot, 2 tbls hidden valley light ranch, 1/4 diced avocado, 1 serving croutons.
10.5 points





2 POINTS PER CUPCAKE or 97 calories, 2.1 fat, 1 g fiber, 2g protein
- http://recipes.sparkpeople.com/recipe-deta

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LOSINGJESS 7/23/2010 2:55PM

    The blackberry/pom yogurt is soooo good... I got it in one of the big boxes... had half this and half blueberry.
I hope it comes to your area soon, .... yum!

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DRASADAF 7/23/2010 12:05PM

    nice blog...nice pics too...

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BOVEY63 7/23/2010 11:32AM

    Looks yummy! I haven't seen the blackberry/pomegranate yogurt in my area yet - sounds so good!

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LOSINGJESS 7/23/2010 11:05AM

    yeah... I herd about it from my weight watcher leader. She said it had a coconuty flavor. I tried it and thought it was really good... kids even liked it. I dont know about coconutty but it was good. Surprisingly

~ Jess

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JESSSPARK 7/23/2010 10:14AM

    Sauerkraut? Really? *boggle*

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CHOCMOM 7/23/2010 10:06AM

  emoticon again!! emoticon emoticon

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CRIS76 7/23/2010 8:18AM

    Regarding your comment - I refuse to eat nasty tasting food and I will not go hungry. Those two things alone can make a person tailspin.... Your food looks tasty!

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HULLAF 7/23/2010 8:06AM

    Keep it up! I love to see your photo blogs! emoticon

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LOSINGJESS 7/23/2010 8:03AM

    I could not have stuck to this as long as I have if I was not eating enough. I think that is the biggest problem most people have when trying to lose weight.... being hungry all the darn time and eating food that tastes like cardboard. If my food dosent taste good and look good then I am not satisfied and want to eat more. I had to find a way to eat that would make me happy.... and keep my husband and kids happy too.

There is no good reason for starving yourself when your trying to lose weight... with a little planning and creativity you can work in lots of variety, quantity and quality into your menu!

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LOSINGJESS 7/23/2010 7:57AM

    I beleive the kind I used was 15oz, when drained and smushed down it was about 1 - 1 1/2 cups

Comment edited on: 7/23/2010 7:58:32 AM

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SASSYDREAMER 7/23/2010 7:57AM

    Looks good!!! I love how there's more than enough food to satisfy. Who says this has to be all that difficult???

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WATCHMEGO2 7/23/2010 6:46AM

    how much of that "secret ingredient" comes in a can? Ours doesn't come in a can here.....

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MALEXANDER4 7/23/2010 6:42AM

    THank you for the blogs. It amazes me how much you eat and stay at points or go over by one. Me? shoot, yesterday I was over by 5. Thank you for sharing your ideas. I'm going to look for that fish this weekend. jess, we are going to reach our goals.

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Photo Food Blog ~ Wednesday July 21st

Thursday, July 22, 2010

Breakfast - 3 egg white omelet w/ 1/4 cup shredded 2% cheddar cheese, 1/4 cup black bean & corn salsa, 1 slice double fiber bread w/ zero cal spray butter & 1 tsp Jam
4.5 Points

Lunch - 1 Sushi roll made w/ 1/2 cup brown rice, 1/4 avocado sliced, 1/4 cup imatation crab meat.... 1 cup steamed broccoli w/ 1.5 tbls light kraft asian sesame salad dressing.
6 Points
(I have to say I like regular sushi alot more than brown rice... its harder to work with when your making the sushi roll and just does not have the same flavor.... but its a nice alternative I suppose when your trying to get a fiber boost)

Snack - 1 apple
1 Point

Dinner - 1 cup green beans.... 2 spinach lasagna rolls w/ 1 tsp parmesan cheese
9 Points

Snack - 1 pack weight watchers crisps
2 points
(went out last night to see dispicable me and did not want to ruin my whole day with the crap from the consession stand)

Snack - 1 wasa wheat cracker.... 2 tbls hummus
2 points

Snack - 1 cup sleepy time tea w/ splenda
Zero Points




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G9FIRE 7/22/2010 4:46PM

    I love the pictures of your food! Gives me lots of meal and snack ideas. You are so creative : )

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LOSINGJESS 7/22/2010 1:56PM

    actually doing the points I have found that if I stick to my daily points allowance I am at the very lowest range or under what spark people says I need for calories. I usually try to throw a few of my 35 weekly points in each day which puts me around 1500 calories. I have been trying to stick to my daily points the past few days though because I ate up most of my weekly points this past weekend.

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MICHCLEARY 7/22/2010 1:20PM

    Great blog...again. I'm back to tracking on the nutrition tracker as it always keeps me more accountable!

hummus and crackers are one of my staple snacks that I have at least 4 days a week. Love it!

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CHERKYLE 7/22/2010 12:36PM

    Do your points keep you in about the same calorie range?? Your food always looks so good, even the sushi...never had it!!

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CHOCMOM 7/22/2010 12:01PM

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ASHLEYW_206 7/22/2010 11:36AM

    I was TOTALLY wondering about the lasagna rolls...thanks for posting the recipie! Your food always looks delish!

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GRANDMAAMIE 7/22/2010 11:32AM

    emoticonlove love love your blog

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LOSINGJESS 7/22/2010 11:26AM

    If anyone is wondering how to make the lasagna rolls
Here is how to make it... very simple.

8-10 whole wheat lasagna noodles
1 1/2 cups pasta sauce (I use ragu garden combination sauce)
1 cup part skim or Fat Free ricotta cheese
1 cup part skim mozzarella cheese
1/2 box frozen spinach

1. Boil 8 whole wheat lasagna noodles until tender & drain (I usually make 10 noodles just in case one or two fall apart)
2. mix 1 cup shredded mozzarella, 1 cup ricotta cheese & 1/2 pack thawed and drained frozen spinach (squeeze all the water out of spinach before mixing in)
3. separate cheese mixture into 8 portions.... I usually just press it down in the bowl I mixed it in and then cut it with my spoon like a pie... that way I have 8 equal portions I can just scoop out of the bowl.

4. lay one noodle out, spread 1 portion of cheese up the length of the noodle, then spread a thin layer of sauce (1/8 cup) up the noodle over top of the cheese. Then roll the noodle up and place it spiral side up in a baking dish

5. continue rolling all the noodles. spoon remaining 1/2 cup sauce over each noodle and bake in the oven @ 350* for about 20 minutes. Remove from oven and let cool for 5 minutes or so.


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LOSINGJESS 7/22/2010 11:07AM

    most grocery stores I have seen carry it... you can usually find it in the refrigerated section of the deli near where they keep the specialty cheeses and pasta salads and such.

Every store I have shopped at carries it... except the small town stores. Walmart carries it as well.

I shop at sams club frequently and they carry larger containers of it for a better price.... I would try it first though before committing to a large container... some people don't like it.

You can also find recipes online and make your own. All it basically is, is chick peas (garbanzo beans), olive oil and spices ect. You just blend all the ingredients together in a food processor until it makes a paste like substance.

Hope this info helped.

~ Jess

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CARLA-216 7/22/2010 11:03AM

    I want lasagna rolls!

Love the pic of you at the end! :)

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IMAGINE_IT 7/22/2010 10:32AM

    I am glad you are back to food blooging..i really look forward to seing your meal....and i have copied many ideas...but i have not found any Hummus in my area..any suggestions where i could find that?? emoticon

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MGJARVI 7/22/2010 9:36AM

    O.M.G!! Your food looks soooo delicious!! I love omlet with salsa and the sushi, WELL, just YUM!!

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LOSINGJESS 7/22/2010 8:22AM

    The lasagna rolls are great because you can really measure how much pasta you are getting, instead of trying to estimate based on slice size. Each roll has the same amount of spinach, cheese and sauce too so its a very portion controlled meal.

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CRIS76 7/22/2010 8:16AM

    ooo the lasagna roll looks delicious - and its so pretty to look at too :)

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MALEXANDER4 7/22/2010 7:15AM

    Again you amaze me. I love the lasagna rollup idea. I may try that one.

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    What a great on POINT day!! Thanks for sharing!

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Photo Food Journal - Tuesday July 20 - I'm Baaaack!

Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Well, I have not posted a food blog in a while now. I geuss I got a little tired of doing it. I have found though I have been nibbling quite a bit.

Yesterday was a particuraly bad day. I ended up nibbling alot and I tracked it all and ended up coming out 11.5 points over my daily target. Ouch!!! After I sat down with my tracker last night and saw that it was a big wake up call. I mean how far am I going over my points each day when Im not tracking all the little nibbles and bites I take here and there. The spoon full of ice cream when I make my hubby a bowl full, the 1/2 a cookie when I'm getting my daughter a snack, the lick of peanut butter when I'm making my son a sandwich! Do I really have any weekly points left over at all? Im sure my saving grace is the fact that I have been exercising my butt off lately... but Im really not doing myself any good if Im going to eat away all the hard work I am putting in.

So Im going to start tracking with pictures again for a while. It keeps me honest and on track and I need that right now. I still have a good few days till my weigh in and I figure I have used pretty much all my weekly points over the weekend so I am going to go ahead and try and stick to my daily points target as close as possible.

And to everyone who missed these... I have herd from quite a few people that they really love to read my food blog.... enjoy !!!

~ Jess emoticon


Breakfast - 1/2 Cup Grape Nuts, 1/2 Cup 1% milk, 1/2 cup frozen blueberries
4 points

Lunch - Large Salad w/ 1/4 cup shredded carrot, 1/2 cup kidney beans, 5oz can water packed tuna, tsp dill seed, 4 tsp homemade balsamic herb vinegarette
5.5 points

Snack - 1 medium apple, 1 6oz cup yoplait light yogurt
3 points

Dinner - Baked Parmesan Herb encrusted Tilapia (frozen from sams club), 1 tbls ketchup, 1 cup fresh broccoli steamed, 2 tbls ragu cheddar cheese sauce, 1 small baked sweet potato, 1/2 tbls I can't beleive it's not butter squeeze
9.5 points

Snack - 1 serving baked tostitos scoops tortilla chips, 1/4 cup black bean & corn salsa
2.5 points



- 0.5 OVER


For those of you not firmilar with the weight watchers point system... each food is given a number of points based on how much calories, fat and fiber it has... foods with lower calories and higher fiber have lower points values.

Each person on weight watchers is given a daily number of points they can eat based on things like gender, activity level, height and weight. As you get lower in weight your daily points value goes down.

Each person also gets 35 extra weekly points to use as they wish... you can eat them all at once for a big meal thats higher in calories or you can use them throughout the week... or not at all.

thats the basics.

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QUEENAN1 7/21/2010 2:37PM

    I missed your photo food blogs! Come to think of it, kind of miss doing them myself. But it is very time consuming. That is what I am lacking these days is time. Maybe one day I'll start again. In the meantime, I will just enjoy looking at yours!

Yummy looking dinner. emoticon


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CALLIKIA 7/21/2010 1:51PM

    Yay! You always give me the best food ideas! ;)

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CHOCMOM 7/21/2010 1:03PM

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SPARKYJEANIE1 7/21/2010 11:05AM

    I missed them, for sure!!!

You are so good about this - I know what you mean...I wasn't really tracking in my intake the past few days at all. Realized it's easy to get caught up in the world of munching. Hey...when are ya gonna go skating again? I'd love to hear about how much you're skills are improving! Pretty soon you'll attempt a Tripel Lutz on skates!! lol...how are the munchkins? Any summer trips ahead for you guys? I'd love to go down south the LA to go to Universal Studios but i's a bit much and since hubby hasn't been working since March..well, you get it. BUT, there are a lot of inexpensive things we can still do together! Maybe a trip to the beach this weekend...now that's my kinda place!

Great blog again..and good for you for sticking with the WW points tracking system if you find that's what works best for ya...MAN...your face is looking AMAZING and beautiful these days!!!!! Your hard work is really paying off. Happy SparkAversary again!!!


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CHERKYLE 7/21/2010 10:22AM

    Glad to see this again, I missed it but I understand it takes time. I really enjoy the photo food blogs, I always get at least one good idea from them, sometimes like today, I would like to copy the whole day!!

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MICHCLEARY 7/20/2010 11:37PM

    glad to see you are back. I gave you a shout out on my blog tonight!

Love to see your pics. I used this strategy for a couple of days to get back on track.

Keep on doing it!


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TRIP2HAPPINESS 7/20/2010 11:08PM

    emoticon I have to say, dinner looked yuuuuummmy! emoticon

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LOSINGJESS 7/20/2010 11:04PM

    well I switched back to the points system for two reasons... I was tracking both hubby and my calories on spark people and it was alot of work. spark people nutrition tracker is great but a little time consuming, expecially when doing it for two people on two seperate accounts (hubby has different calorie needs than me cause he is a man so I could not use the one tracker for both of us).

My second reason is I have gone back to WW meetings because I want to make my goal and become a lifetime weight watchers memeber. I figured it was only approprate to end my weight loss journey with weight watchers considering I started with them.

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LOSINGJESS 7/20/2010 11:01PM

    The black bean and white corn salsa is from walmart... walmart's great value brand I beleive. Its really tastey and pretty cheap for a huge jar of it.

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SARAHJ19 7/20/2010 10:34PM

    Yay the food blogs are back! I love seeing these! They give me some inspiration in the kitchen!

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JESSSPARK 7/20/2010 10:32PM

    I missed the food blogs- welcome back food blogs@! :)

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RK2008 7/20/2010 10:06PM

    I am sure it's tons of work to post but I love seeing your food blogs! I hadn't realized you switch to WW. What made you choose that over counting calories?

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GRANDMAAMIE 7/20/2010 9:49PM

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WALKING_ANGUS 7/20/2010 9:37PM

    I am so impressed with your blog. I have read about photo food logs in magazines before but I have never seen somebody's in real life. Very cool. I don't do a photo food journal but I swear by my written food journal. I write down everything I eat, I count out every cherry, cracker, etc. and my measuring cups are always ready for use. I don't belong to WW but I track calories. It has allowed me to lose 36 lbs and now hopefully my last 15. Once again thanks so much for sharing this with everyone. It not only looked healthy but also yummy. Yeah to the blueberries. Keep up the good work.

Kate emoticon

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MALEXANDER4 7/20/2010 9:37PM

    I have a quick question...the blackbean and corn salsa, where, and can I get some? great 2.5 point snack. I loved your food blogs. you are so creative with your foods. The fish...I'm heading to sams myself for some of that. thank you for sharing.

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