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Eating well - photo food journal - Tuesday, March 26

Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Unpictured: Espresso, milk sugar

The paradox, it's hard to remember to photograph your coffee when you haven't had coffee yet.

Greek yogurt w/apricot jam
9 crispy little whole grain crackers
Glass of grapefruit juice

broccoli (drizzled w/viniagrette), sliced beets, bean salad, cottage cheese w/black pepper

I am not a huge fan of "diet" foods, but I do like cottage cheese. (I love cheese in nearly every form.)

Last of the leftover veggie and noodles stir fry w/General Tso's mock-chicken

Pistachio gelato

Served w/a cookie dough scoop for portion control plus the psychological benefit of having three scoops, which seems like a lot, even when it's really only a 1/2 cup total.

Also not appearing in Tuesday's blog: i had dinner too early, as i got nibbly later in the evening: cheese, crackers, wasabi peas, crystallized ginger. Should have plated and photographed these, too. I have no guilt for eating them, but I do wish to be all-inclusive here. (As far as possible without getting silly, anyway.)

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
JENNJO322 4/4/2013 4:18PM

  I am loving beets lately!!!!

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JLITT62 3/27/2013 2:59PM

    I never thought of the cookie scoop for ice cream! I'm totally stealing that when it gets warm enough for ice cream again!

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QUEEN-EYDIE 3/27/2013 9:34AM

    It really is fun and makes you more mindful of how we deserve to have our food beautifully presented!

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NATHELESS 3/27/2013 8:26AM

    Braskin, I agree! emoticon

Instead of work, it becomes creative play.

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BRASKIN 3/27/2013 8:21AM

  fun way to track stuff....

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