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Eating the Super Bowl

Sunday, February 03, 2013

Just filled my plate with some great food and not so great food.
And then I put my plate away.
While I can't identify all that went into my mouth, I did fill the plate with half vegs of crispy baked kale, snow peas that I zapped for one minute (I hate them completely raw) and lots of carrots.

The bad stuff was some sort of processed food-stuffs... philo-spinach-stuff, lightly-breaded-stuffed-mushro
om-stuff, fish-sticks. a small handful of chips, goat cheese and artichoke dip.

I have no ideas of quantities. Perhaps it's a great day to quick add my veggie count, charge myself 800 calories of crap and drink a cup of tea.

Although I'm not at all full, I am feeling the craving for an apple and just half a lemon bar.
And a beer.

It could be far worse!!!
Dinner will be a small bowl of Veg Chili made by my 20yo. No more cheese, and lots more vegs with that great salsa Kiera brought.

For now, I'm taking a superbowl break and getting in a quick 10 minute workout
Go 9ers!
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  • PCASEY7
    Tomorrow is another day...too bad the 49 ers just fell short in their comeback!
    1335 days ago
  • MERRYMARY42
    only me and my DH and I am not even watching the game, I did go in for the half time, and some of the commercials, yet to see a good one, but still hope I guess, You do not do this all the time, so relax and start over in the morning.
    1335 days ago
  • TIMOTHYNOHE
    OK. Here's the deal.

    Stop eating NOW.

    Forgive yourself.

    Start over tomorrow.

    emoticon
    1335 days ago
  • TRYINGTOLOSE64
    It could be worse. I was able to track all of mine. Hubby wanted all sorts of appetizers for the super bowl. So he got those and I had a salad with a couple of appetizers. Stayed within calorie range.
    1335 days ago
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