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My guy is picky too ( and very skinny). He will not touch any vegetables. Here's an example of what we are having for dinner tonight.
I am going to bake some chicken breasts.
His: chopped up chicken breast mixed in with egg noodles and a jar of alfredo sauce. (this will feed him for 2 nights)
Mine- chicken breast and a bag of frozen veggies (cauliflower, asparagus, onion, carrots and green beans- $1.30 a bag/ 150 calories)
I'm on a budget too. so i keep it simple and cheap.
Weight loss is accomplished with the mind.
A person who wants something WILL find a way....a person who doesn't will find an excuse.
Which do you prefer?
The pain of self discipline?....or...the pain of self regret?
Fmathews20- I totally know what your going through my husband don't eat healthy at all I'm trying to eat healthy the dead set they have I think is a mans thing I would hide stuff n the meatloaf like really really diced up processed n food processor and add it like your adding onions will he eat them I put my veggies in my meatloaf that the kids or husband don't like in my mix with tomato paste I used green beans and peas I even used squash and eggplants before too does he eat salads this is what and how I make my salads I get how delicious it is I put spinach leaves and romaine lettuce and leaf lettuce I usually get the head of organic 3 diffrent kinds of leaf lettuce in cello container used to be 2.50 I think it is artisan salad but I buy an extra bag of spinach I put kale in it grape tomatoes or sliced tomatoes I put cucumbers diced up squash and zucchini cauliflower and brocoli 1 each mushrooms and shredded carrots and purple onions cheese and eggs optional also I bring toppings like sunflower seeds and the French fried onions and bacon bits I also use either ranch for kids and Italian or French dressings or thousand island and blue cheese yuck I would put it to whatever dressings he like in his salad if he does I never put meat in my salad unless its egg but you could add bacon bits or chicken turkey ham pepperoni or beef jerky sausage links I thought weird but after I tasted it was good my husband like peppered bacon on his salads but I don't put it on salad hot to keep from wilting my lettuce k oh yeah I forgot the vinegarette dressings
Plus the only thing my husband will eat is
beans taters and corning bread
Cheese sticks potato edges okra
Chicken enchiladas chicken strips and chicken and dumplings
Mashed potatoes brown gravy
Biscuits and gravy bacon only If fried almost burnt
Fried okra squash and zucchini and egg plant fried mushrooms and eggplants
Likes roasted corn on the cob
Carrot sticks peas corn potatoes
Fruits apples and oranges bananas strawberries I put these in his pancakes sometimes the bananas and little peanut butter on top use honey to eat instead of sugar opps I mean syrup
Edited by: SHERRYWILSON at: 2/20/2013 (22:16)
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Hi everyone! I'm asking for help with a problem that I've been dealing with since my husband and I got married.
You see, my husband is one of those lucky ducks that is just *naturally* skinny, so I am the only one in the house that is trying to lose weight. My husband doesn't mind healthy food, but he is really picky (no eggs, milk, cheese, yogurt, veggies other than corn, broccoli, and green beans for this guy!) & is set in what likes and doesn't like (or what he THINKS he doesn't like). He also STAYS hungry.
I guess my question/problem is that I really want to try new and healthy foods to help myself lose weight, but yet satisfy my husband's appetite too. Does anyone have any tips or have been in this situation before? I also just lost my job, so money is REALLY tight around here & we just don't have the money for me to cook 2 different meals each time.