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Fried Cardio

Friday, July 30, 2010

I need to remember to blog every few days to keep me active and accountable. Whether any reads them or not is not important. It helps to keep me actively working on this journey of a Healthful life.
I have been eating way to many fried foods as of late. With all that okra coming out of my garden.... well since I have to dump the old oil out, I just won't fill it back up.

I am part of a weight loss study group with the University of Florida. It is an eighteen month program and we have a meeting on monday. We have not met for since last year. It should be an interesting meeting. They are going to be showing us a "Walk Florida" program that is like a five week get moving incentive thing. So we will meet for 5 weeks and I know they are going to want us to be walking. I don't like thinking about cardio but I know I should be doing it. Maybe between this and the study I might find that switch to turn on.
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  • v CANDY-
    Ummmm yummy...Okra!!!
    2151 days ago
  • v MISTER_BIG
    I just did fried green tomatoes in olive oil YUM. I pan fry stuff with olive oil once in a while and don't feel so bad about it. I can cook up a couple of servings of stuff in about a tablespoon of healthy oil and it tastes great. I always use olive oil when I stir-fry.

    Trade you some zucchini for some okra!
    2160 days ago
  • v BETTERBRANDI
    I am so jealous of your fresh okra...man, I love fresh veggies! Instead of deep-frying, try breading with a little bit of cornmeal, then lightly sauteing in a skillet or wok for a few minutes. As a Southern girl I love me some deep-fried okra but I know that it's not as healthy for me!

    You'd be surprised how many people might read your blog. Keep posting & stay motivated!!

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    2161 days ago
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