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The Cabbage Soup Diet

Sunday, January 13, 2013

Remember that crazy diet from way back when?

Who out there didn't try it at some point in our lives? I watched my Mother and Grandmothers both do it time and time again. Needless to say, it never worked. The only good thing that came from it was... THE SOUP! I love the stuff.

I decided that since I have been eating Campbells like it is going out of style, I would make my own. I made my own variation of it over the years, and am pretty sure I almost have the perfect recipe

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I am going with my Dad tomorrow - We are going to see The Hobbit and then out to dinner. I am not sure where we are going, but I am hoping TGI Fridays - yumm.. I love their Chicken! I usually get the Dragonfire Chicken. It comes with rice, but I usually tell them no rice. Sometimes, they will let me get an extra side of broccoli, sometimes they won't. I guess it depends on who the server is.

I have to go to the doctors tomorrow too. She just wants to check in with me, make sure I am being healthy and not wasting away to nothing. After that... I am hitting the gym providing she doesn't take too long.

all in all it will be a good day!

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  • ILIKETOZUMBA
    That recipe looks YUMMY! And easy. Win-win! Thanks for sharing, and enjoy your movie night with your dad. :) I saw the Hobbit and really enjoyed it - and this is coming from a Tolkien superfan.
    1348 days ago
  • GOPINTOS
    I love the soup too! I always have some in my freezer! emoticon
    1349 days ago
  • OOLALA53
    Ironically, if I've had an overeating bout, I then get in the mood for a nice vegetable soup much like that cabbage soup. If I have it with some bread or other starch and perhaps a few dried beans or dairy, my appetite gets back to normal. But day after day? No need any more.
    1349 days ago
  • -LINDA_S
    There's no end to diet craziness. Just read/listened to the latest installment of Abel James' "Big Fat Mistakes" e-course. He's got the Fat Burning Man blog, which I find very interesting.

    http://www.fatb
    urningman.com/welcome/

    In case anyone wants to check him out.
    1349 days ago
  • WHOVIANGIRL23
    Lol, I did this a couple of times, not even gonna lie.
    1349 days ago
  • SADWHITEWOLF
    I used to do the Cabbage soup diet. I always lost 7-10 pounds and always had it back withen 2 weeks ;-)
    I do however still make my own version of the soup sometimes because it is nice to have a hot bowl of veggie goodness with very few calories when I just want SOMETHING but really have hit my nutritionl "max" for the day.

    1349 days ago
  • BILL60
    Sounds like a great day.
    1349 days ago
  • CHRISTINASP
    I didn't do the cabbage soup diet but I WAS crazy enough to, with my mom, do the 'bread diet' (one day of 'normal' eating followed by one day of nothing but dry whole wheat bread)! Rolling eyes...
    1349 days ago
  • NDTEACHER1
    I make a soup I found out about on SP. I think it's called Poor Man's Soup. I may have tweaked it a bit to make it my own, but it is awesome. I don't add meat but navy or cannelini beans if I can find them. I use dry beans, in a can in a pinch but they are not as good. Enjoy your cabbage soup.
    1349 days ago
  • COCK-ROBIN
    And I hope your coming day is wonderful!
    1349 days ago
  • MYBULLDOGS
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    it is never to late to start.

    my sister lost 105 pounds at age 63 walking 15000 steps a day.

    i have lost 44 pounds by giving up grain and sugar products at age 60..

    i walk 15000 steps a day.

    i use a salad plate as my dinner plate.

    i keep mandrtan oranges in the fridge. when the sweet tooth comes on i grab one or two tablespoons of the fruit.

    emoticon
    1349 days ago
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