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KNITTINGFREAK
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here we go again

Monday, July 22, 2013

Well, I did not do that great the past week or so. Was my sons birthday and then mine. I know it is no excuse but I was eating all week. Today I have recommitted once again to spark people and to my vegan ways. It is hard to spark people track while vegan I have found because you can be losing weight but calories will be over. Like this morning I made a beautiful oatmeal waffle with flaxseed meal and a banana and almond milk. Was a very healthy recipe but came to my breakfast with the syrup, pure maple of course, was over 500 calories!!! I don't know if anyone reads these blogs but if any other vegan sees this and can offer insight please let me know! I was vegan for a year, last couple months lact0-ovo vegetarian. Wanting to go back to vegan cause I feel better vegan but egg beaters and cheese call me. Maybe need to reread some of my books on the horrors of dairy! emoticon

I am a friend who I really want to join here with me. I am really hoping she does because she is the nicest most caring person I have ever met and she deserves health and happiness! I hope she joins this and ends up seeing this post! emoticon

Todays lunch might be veggie sushi. Have to still plan dinner........
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  • v KNITTINGFREAK
    Thanks for the birthday wishes Yobethie!! The banana was inside the waffle recipe so I can not leave it out but that was a good tip if it was on the side!

    Thanks Knyagenya!!
    1073 days ago
  • v YOBETHIE
    Sometimes a high calorie breakfast is okay if lunch and dinner balance it out.
    Maybe save the banana for lunch?
    Happy Birthday to you and your son!
    1073 days ago
  • v KNYAGENYA
    I hope this week turns out better for you.
    1074 days ago
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