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Hi missy, do you have a copy of the SparkPeople Cookbook. It had some great recipes in it for the whole family. My family loves the spinach stuffed pork tenderloin and seasoned mashed potatoes and steamed veggies. The book gives you all kinds of great meal ideas
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I have always done same meal for all, at least at dinner. Breakfast and lunch is a bit more choose what you want, usually left overs, with some other regular choices.
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Hi Missey and Welcome to the Team. I like the idea of only one meal for all. The plan is doable, just gradually start introducing the foods and before you know it you will be cooking " One for ALL ".
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My name is Missey! I am on a weight loss journey myself and want to get my family on a healthy eating journey along with me.
In the past I have always fixed my meals separate from what they eat and I want to start incorporating the same meals for all.
Looking forward to getting involved.