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Photo Food Journal Monday 4-26-10

Monday, April 26, 2010

Breakfast - Breakfast burrio / 1 egg, 2 egg whites, 1/2 slice cheddar, 2 tbls salsa, 2 slices turkey bacon, flatout wrap : 312 calories


Lunch: 1/2 turkey sandwich thin, 1/2 can progresso light chicken noodle: 245 calories


Snack: 2 squares ikea dark chocolate: 36 calories

Snack: 1/2 cup caramel delight fiber one, 1/2 cup 1% milk: 145


Dinner: Teriyaki chicken on a stick, sticky rice balls, green beans & asian vegetables...... 1 slice of strawberry ricotta cheese cake (homemade 190cal a slice): 623 calories

Dinner

Family enjoying dinner

(no this was not my slice .... lol)

My yummy portion :-)

Snack: Sugar free fudge pop - 50


Snack: 3 musketeers mint with dark chocolate mini bar - 100 calories..... I usually dont get the mini candy bars because they are quite a few calories for the portion size... but this week I just really wanted a candy bar. Now I can have one a little bit at a time.


Total calories: 1512
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LOSINGJESS 4/28/2010 10:05PM

    Its a certain type of rice... japanese sushi rice.... You just cook it the way it says on the bag. The bag I have recomends 1.5 cups of rice to 2 cups water, mix them together in a pot and bring to a boil and then cover and cook on low heat for 20 minutes. I cool the rice down and then I add - 1/4 cup rice vinagar (get it in the same section as sushi rice and seaweed) and 1 tbls sugar (I used splenda this last time and it came out great).... then you mix it all up, and shape it into balls with your hands.... or you can make sushi, I do that some times but its a pain. This is quick and easy and you dont need a sushi mat.

If you feeling creative you can put things in the middle of your rice balls, like imitation crab and cream cheese.... make a california roll ball... lol.

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KMARTIN9061 4/28/2010 9:52PM

    How do you make sticky rice balls??

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RORYLYONS 4/27/2010 7:42PM

    OMG..yum I'll be right over.... emoticon emoticon love your food journal!

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SARAHJ19 4/27/2010 11:25AM

    Awesome food journal! Your dinner looked amazing! Great job! emoticon

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MALEXANDER4 4/27/2010 8:27AM

    I love your food journal. You do give great Ideas.

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KISSFAN1 4/27/2010 8:25AM

    I love to see pictures of what people eat instead of just reading about it so really enjoyed looking at your blog. It looks a lot like what I would eat without the candy and cheesecake (which looks delicious) and instead putting Greek yogurt in place of that, LOL.

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LOSINGJESS 4/27/2010 8:22AM

    The kids had actually never had my rice balls before... my one year old lyra really liked them and aiden actually ate one (with lots of ketchup) which really surprised me... its hard to get him to try new foods.

I think its great everyone is getting ideas from my meals. I love looking at other peoples photo food journals too... its so weird how entertaining it is to look at what someone eles eats durring the day. lol.

My husband thinks Im completely insain for doing this. He just cant fathom anyone wanting to see what I eat durring the day. It is helping me though, I have stayed more on track since starting to do this than any other time durring this year.

~ Jess

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KENDRASTIC 4/27/2010 5:24AM

    I thought about your pre-planned meals and creative ideas when I was eating today. Thanks for the influence!!!!!'



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BECKYCOLVIN 4/26/2010 10:31PM

    Fun to see your food again. I know you're doing this for you, but it's giving me ideas, too. The rice balls are cute--bet the kids love them that way. :)

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IRISH_EYES_66 4/26/2010 9:37PM

    Your meals look filling and delicious. I especially like the breakfast and may try it tomorrow. As for the soup, beware of the sodium. My mother started buying salt free bullion to which she added cooked frozen soup vegetables, and chunks of leftover roasted chicken. Yum!!

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