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6/1/14 9:12 A

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MISSRUTH I haven't been on Spark People in so long, I didn't know what to do with myself emoticon LOL I did find the T25 SparkTeam. Thanks!

KCLARK89 thank you. Since I'm starting tomorrow, I need to get cracking with groceries. I know preparation is key. emoticon



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6/1/14 9:00 A

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There is probably a Spark Team for T25 already-- if you do a search, you could post your question there and get some suggestions from people already doing T25. Short of that (since I don't know what their grocery list entails) just do the best you can. If it says, say, asparagus, what it means is, a low-starch green vegetable. You could substitute in green beans which are pretty cheap (frozen).

Ruth in Cookeville, TN Central Time Zone


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6/1/14 8:58 A

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Look in the book at the 25 "keep it real" foods. That's what I went off of, because I agree, things are pricey! Especially the quinoa! So I subbed brown rice for it in a few of the recipes and tweaked other parts too so that I stayed within my grocery budget.



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LYFESTYLECHANGE's Photo LYFESTYLECHANGE Posts: 166
6/1/14 8:24 A

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Good Morning!

I am getting ready to start this program and I wanted to connect with someone or even a group of Real People who are actually doing this. I definitely need the accountability.

I want to be in alignment as much as possible regarding meal preparations but it seems so expensive to buy food for 2 people for the 5 day Fast Track and then the following weeks.

How can this be done effectively on a Serious Budget especially when we don't have the majority of the items on the list?

Any suggestions?


Thanks emoticon

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