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Spaghetti squash fail

Sunday, August 03, 2014

It took me three knives to cut it because I forgot you can preheat it

Which ended in me over cooking didn't come out like spaghetti but a rather large crumby mush of ickyness

As a side note, I've gained another three pounds of fat...bringing me up to 199.2 from 184

And I'm considering a marathon in 2015....

Have a good night!
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    I LOVE Spaghetti Squash! I usually cook it in the microwave and have not had any problems. emoticon
    811 days ago
    I tried spaghetti squash once and said "never again!"
    852 days ago
  • BA5454
    I've only done the squash thing once and it was a mess, too. lol Kudos for considering a marathon in 2015--I am, too! emoticon emoticon
    853 days ago
    Hang in there.
    853 days ago
    Kerrie you have done well in the past and you will do well again. Think of weight loss as a series of races, some go very well, some are neutral and others not so well. You will get through this rough patch, but you must believe in yourself and that determination that got you started in running in the first place. You can do this, this can be learned.
    853 days ago
    Oh dear! I made a mess the first few times I tried spaghetti squash, but now it is a staple for me. I cut it in 2 length wise (using my sharpest knife); I take out the seeds and rub a small amount of olive oil and salt on the inside. Pre-heat oven to 400, place cut side down on baking sheet and cook for 40 minutes; remove and let cool, then scrape off with a fork. Voila! spaghetti-like squash. My favorite with this is garlic/ginger shrimp in oil with some fresh grated Parmesian cheese! Keep cooking new healthy things.
    853 days ago
    the good side is that you learned from it

    be positive you can do it
    853 days ago
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