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14.64 ozs. boneless, skinless chicken thighs
1 Tbsp olive oil
1/2 can ( 7.25 ozs. ) diced No Salt tomatoes
1/4 of a white onion, diced

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6/5/14 9:30 P

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Taco salad - lettuce, seasoned meat, sour cream, cheese

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6/5/14 2:19 A

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Kind of a random dinner tonight. Had 4 pieces of sausage and a serving of chile relleno casserole (fresh roasted chiles, heavy cream, eggs, and cheese baked in the oven)

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Hi. I' m on the 4th day.
for dinner--Poached cod and peppers
green salad with 1 T avocado

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Pork rind nachos - chili, sour cream and cheese scooped onto pork rinds

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8.32 ozs. of b/s chicken thighs
one 14.5 ozs can NS green beans


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Carol, that cheesy chicken looks good! I might have that for dinner tomorrow :)

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Baked salmon and roasted veggies with olive oil

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6/3/14 8:06 A

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parmesan crusted catfish and kohlrabi

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6/3/14 7:37 A

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9.28 ozs. b/s chicken thighs
1/2 can NS diced tomatoes
1/4 diced white onion
2 Tbsp. olive oil

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6/2/14 10:39 A

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Wonderful pork chops from the Farmers Market with lots of fat, fried up nice and crisp but not with all of the fat cooked out, and kohlrabi.

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6/2/14 8:28 A

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8.72 ozs. b/s chicken thighs
4 Tbsp. mayo

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8.8 ozs. b/s chicken thighs
2 Tbsp. olive oil
1/2 can diced tomatoes
1/2 can NS mushrooms
1/4 diced white onion

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5/30/14 7:39 P

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Tonight I am baking Cheesy Chicken Thighs.....I'll serve these with a veggie and side salad.

Cheesy Chicken Thighs
6 - 4 ounce boneless skinless chicken thighs (you can use breast if you like)
4 tbsp butter
2 cloves garlic chopped (use more or less to your taste)
1 cup shredded cheese -- I like cheddar and/or pepper jack
.5 cup Paremsan Cheese

Melt butter and garlic in a pyrex baking dish in the microwave for 1 minute. Coat chicken completely in butter and garlic mixture (in the same pan). Coat in Parmesan cheese (in the same pan). Coat with shredded cheese (in the same pan)!

Bake at 350 for 1 hour. Let rest for 15 minutes before serving!!

Nutrition Facts: 6 Servings
Amount Per Serving
Calories 203.8
Total Fat 15.5 g
Total Carbohydrate 0.9 g
Dietary Fiber 0.0 g
Sugars 0.1 g
Protein 14.9 g

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5/30/14 6:10 P

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Canned green beans and slices of Spam fried in lard. I'm trying out possible disaster rations. Spams not all that bad, at least not when fried in lard. Not healthy, probably, but then this is emergency rations, not something I'd eat every day.

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5/30/14 8:09 A

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9.52 ozs. b/s chicken thighs
4 Tbsp. mayo

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8.56 ozs b/s chicken thighs
1.5 Tbsp. olive oil
1/4 onion, diced
1/2 can NS diced tomato
1/2 can NS mushrooms

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5/28/14 4:22 A

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8.8 ozs. b/s chicken thigh
2 Tbsp. olive oil
1 can ( 6.5 ozs. ) NS mushrooms
1/2 large white onion, diced

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5/12/14 9:14 A

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Fried hamburger and cabbage

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5/9/14 5:57 P

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pork chops, broccoli with butter

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10 ozs. b/s chicken thighs
2 Tbsp. olive oil
1/2 can NS diced tomatoes
1/4 diced onion


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4 ozs. polish sausage
1 lb stir fry peppers and onions.
1 can NS mushrooms
2 Tbsp. salted butter

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4/23/14 9:54 P

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pork chop with cacoa nibs and smoky paprika, green beans

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Like Velveeta Ro-tel casserole (ground beef, cabbage, Ro-tel & cheese), cauliflower with butter and parmesan.

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4/23/14 9:24 A

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Southwestern Pork Stew (from the freezer - zucchini and pork and Southwestern seasonings) with cheese; broccoli

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4/21/14 8:49 P

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Today I had leftover roast chicken, and broccoli with cheese sauce (cheddar, butter, cream)

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Bumped - so you can add what you're eating today!

Caveat for newbies - this thread was started about a year ago as a place for people to post what they were actually eating. We get requests for this sort of thing every now and again, sometimes from newbies and sometimes from old hands at low carb who are getting in a rut. Anyway, people posted what they really ate, and it wasn't always on plan. Please take this into consideration as you read these menus. If something seems wrong, it may be! Please, please, please - if you see something that doesn't seem right, ask us about it BEFORE you eat it! It may be just fine - pork rinds with butter are OK. Or it may not be - candy bars, for example.

I hope you can find some new and interesting things to try and that you get some good ideas for ways to adjust your current eating to this new way of eating.

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2 cheeseburgers (minus bread, of course) w/raw onion & mayo
SF jello w/whip cream

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4/14/13 11:41 A

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pork chops, sauteed mushrooms and onions

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4/12/13 10:31 P

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Really? Oh, ok, I'll pair it up with a string cheese or a bit of shaved ham or pepperoni slices or something. Tks!

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Be sure to have protein and/or fat with the juice, too, even if it is just a snack.

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OHHH, then it would be ok to drink 8oz now and then as maybe a 'snack' in between meals. I'd rather stick with that instead of the whole grain bread, mainly because it would be more or less 'backing up' the amount of veggies I should be eating. I would not just have it for a main meal. I would still eat my burgers, chicken, steaks, etc. They are what keep me sane! lol

I, too, had heard that berries were best for low carbers..i.e. strawberries, raspberries, but I also heard that watermelon was also good because it contains mostly water. The 1/4C of fruit a day is perfect for me. I didn't know how MUCH fruit I was allowed. Thanks for the info!

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Friday - a Spanish rice sort of concoction, using cauli-rice instead of the real stuff, with salsa. Also a couple of carrots.

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Yes and no on the sugars in the V-8 juice. It doesn't mean sugar like comes from sugar cane or honey or molasses or things like that. It's more like sugar as in carbohydrates that aren't fiber. From the ingredient list, there's nothing in it that's really bad for you, not even bad from a low carbing standpoint. It's just not necessarily as good for you as they'd like you think it is.

That being said, I think you're a lot better off drinking V-8 juice than you are eating whole grain bread, even once a week.

The biggest drawback of all juices is that they come with just carbs and no fat and very little fiber. If you are going to drink the V-8 Juice, then be sure to have it with real food - protein and or fat. Don't drink it as a meal or by itself or with other carby food. The fat and/or protein will help slow absorption and it won't affect your blood sugar as much. And preferrably don't reduce your real vegetables to make up for the carbs in the juice.

As for fruits, berries are best, or melons other than watermelon, and in very small quantities. Like no more than a fourth of a cup or so of fruit a day.

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Friday night/I think I'll have a small lettuce salad w/onions and a fatty cheeseburger.

Maw....what kind of fruit are we allowed?? and if V-8 has no fats, 8 carbs, but about 6 sugars, it's the 'sugars' that knocks it off the list things I can have, right? Even though I could 'figure' in the 8 carbs into my daily carb count, if I wanted to have some//?

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Thursday - pork chops and broccoli with carrots

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veggie beef soup and carrots

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I had Wild salmon filet for lunch plus some roasted asparagus. I'm not very hungry for dinner, maybe just some cottage cheese and fruit.

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Tonight, Friday,,,,I think I might have some low carb chili and a small lettuce salad.

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Eggplant casserole, broccoli

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Thursday: chicken breast and half an avocado - a piece (1/2 oz.) chocolate. Had an Italian soda about 5 PM. (Club soda, Torani and cream).

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Wednesday - pork belly, Delicata squash with cinnamon

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Wed, Apr. 3rd: 2 tempura shrimps, and 5 strips of frying cheese(Queso Blanco)

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Thanks! I printed that pizza crust recipe and will try it shortly. It is made up of basically eggs and cheeses and sounds delicious! Especially when I put a little bit of tomato sauce, and more mozzerella cheese and pepperonis on top!! YUM! Before, I would have to take the toppings off and eat them. Now I can have both together! Can't wait to try it!

Almost forgot! Tonight's dinner, tuesday, so far has been 1 tbsp of peanut butter. I will most likely have some no carb ham shavings, a bit of tuna fish salad, and a little cottage cheese.

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I tried the low carb pizza crust recipes.sparkpeople.com/recipe-detai
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This is a keeper! I also love that I always have the ingredients in the house so I can just throw this together!

I am going to try another version soon though from the website Your Lighter Side and I will post my thoughts on that one. The reason I want to try it is the ingredients are way to interesting to not try it and it's less calories then this recipe.

Yes, I have to count calories and carbs. Lucky me!

Anyway - guys if you are craving pizza - this recipe will make you happy!



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Wed, 3/27....I will have 2 cheeseburgers w/mayo/onions, sm lettuce salad w/mayo mix dressing and 6 slices of frying cheese(Queso Blanco). If I'm not that hungry by then, I'll just
have 1 cheeseburger or none at all, and just have the rest.

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Wed...1/4 c of cottage cheese, some shaved ham w/mayo, 6 slices of frying cheese

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Tuesday - pork shoulder steak
Wednesday - pork shoulder steaks

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Grilled wings
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8 ozs ground beef
1 can cannelini beans ( 14.5 ozs )

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Tuesday's dinner was: small iceberg lettuce salad w/onions, shredded cheddar, 5 grn olives, ham shavings, and a mayo spice mix dressing. Was going to bake a few chicken tenders w/mozzerella and spices, but not that hungry. Might save it for tomorrow nite.

Might have SF jello w/some whipped cream later for dessert.

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pork belly

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Cheese toast (high fiber bread, with a generous amount of cheese) a glass of Reisling wine and half an apple.

The DWTS starts tonight, I'm going to be finished with dinner and watch it! (switching back and forth to the finale of Biggest Loser).

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We are having Bacon cheddar Chicken grills tonight.



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No worries, Maw! I basically did the same thing today. Went to Paneras for lunch with my daughter. I had a free pastry coming to me for my birthday. So I let my daughter have it. She got a strawberry/cream scone. Well, you KNOW I had to have at least a little corner of it! lol

I will put what else I had for lunch on the lunch thread, but it looks like I might be eating no carbs tonight to make up for another thing I had! lol So dinner tonight will be a cheeseburger and small salad (if I feel like having it) and I will stay away from the SF candy tonite!! I weigh in tomorrow. Will do so at home, but then that afternoon at the doc's for my annual check up. But I hate their scales!! lol

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Last night was St. Patick's Day dinner - corned beef, cabbage, onion, carrots. Would have been low carb if I hadn't also had a piece of Irish Soda Bread, slathered in butter. Lots of butter! The butter part was low carb, of course, but not the bread. Even though it was the traditional kind made with just flour, buttermilk, soda and salt.

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I had a chicken thigh, a kiwi and a l/c tortilla with butter and PB in it.

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2 deviled eggs, some shrimp cocktail only without the cocktail, lol, used a mayo/hot sauce type of mix to dip them in. A few nuts and a SF candy. Very low carb day for me. Wasn't hungry.


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10 ozs b/s chicken thighs
.875 cups canellini white kidney beans

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Friday's dinner was: 3 popcorn chicken (1 carb ea) and 1 SF jello cup w/whip cream

Saturday's dinner was: a small iceberg lettuce salad with a few raw onions and shaved ham and mayo dressing. 2 very small bites of a grilled cheese sandwich(I made for the kids), 1 SF candy and some macadamia nuts.

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Thursday: Small lettuce salad w/blue cheese dressing, 1 hot dog w/cheese

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hot dogs, onion and canned green beans sauted in suet (or is it tallow? I can never remember which one is rendered and which one is as it comes from the animal)

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Wednesday - roast chicken, potato salad, rolo

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Wednesday's dinner was 2 cheeseburgers w/lettuce leaves, onions & mayo

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I had picked up this box of appetizers at Sams Club. Little chicken chunks wrapped in pepper bacon. 4 of them are only 2 carbs. I had 6. So only 3 carbs. They were pretty good, but I like the shrimp wrapped with pepper jack cheese and bacon better. They didn't have those this time. I also had 4 slices of frying cheese (Queso Blanco) sprinkled with garlic powder. 4 carbs. Yum! and filling!!

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Probably just some cottage cheese with blueberries or raspberries & cinnamon.

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I tried a recipe from genaw.com - the Super Fast Cream of Asparagus soup, but I added some cheese. It was quite tasty. Also had some shredded chicken with BBQ sauce.

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Monday's dinner was a cheeseburger, minus roll, w/raw onions & mayo. Will fry up about 4 slices of Queso Blanco cheese in about an hour to follow it up. total carbs: 7

If I feel like dessert, I'll either have a SF jello w/whipped cream or a SF candy.

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Atkins shake, pepper jack cheese stick.

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Sunday - roast beef rolled in low carb tortilla with mayo and mustard

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Sunday's nite dinner will be a T-bone steak and small salad.

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Dinner was Greek yogurt and AkMak crackers.

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Saturday - Ribeye and a dab of potato salad

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Saturday's Dinner: Red Lobster nite! Had the Lobster Lovers Dream! No carbs for all the lobster. I even took the shrimp & lobster out of the noodle/sauce that came with the lobster. I had a small lettuce salad w/blue cheese and raw onions. Ice Water to drink. Did have one soup spoon of my date's potato soup. And, yes, I did have 2 cheddar biscuits (@16 carbs each! That's where I had my 'cheat'! I might have gotten really close to my 20 carbs for the day, IF I hadn't had that other biscuit. But, alas, I caved and I admit it. Was SO delicious thought! Back on the low carb tomorrow!! Good thing I don't do that very often. Once a month...tops! :)

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Friday - carl's Jr. spicy chicken sandwich, iced tea

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Friday's Dinner: Sm lettuce salad, chicken chunks in garlic butter. But, later, I had an emotional eat...had 2 Girl Scout Thin Mint Cookies and 2 SF Candies!! I was bad!

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Thursday's dinner has ended up being a small lettuce salad w/3 cherry tomatoes, 5 grn olives, and about a tbsp of raw onions in it. Plus a cheeseburger, minus bun with some mayo and onion. Desert will either be a SF jello w/whipped cream (2 carbs) or a SF candy.

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Hmmm...what is bread cheese? The 'frying cheese' I am referring to is Tia Angelita(brand) Para Freir. It is a soft white cheese. You put some butter a frying pan, slightly less than medium heat, slice the cheese in 3x1 portions, and fry each side about 2 mins. But, don't go by the mins. as sometimes the pan is hotter on the second batch of strips. Basically, check them on each side until they are golden brown. I sprinkle some garlic powder on both sides of them while they are n the pan. use a spatula to take them out and put them either on a piece of wax paper or parchment paper. Eat warm if you can, because they are almost like eating garlic bread ..without the bread. However, they are yummy cooled as well. Like yours, they are soft on the inside and firm on the outside. Another good 'frying cheese' is Queso Blanco, but Sam's stopped carrying it. I found this one in a little Mexican grocery store nearby. Only 1 carb per slice and quite filling.

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What is frying cheese? I have had bread cheese that gets gooey in the middle but stays firm outside, but I haven't heard of frying cheese.

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