Rather than cutting grapes, cherries or cherry tomatoes one by one, try this. Arrange the fruit close together on a cutting board. Take a flat object (such as the flat part of a plate bottom), and place on top of the fruit. Press firmly, but gently. Run a sharp knife through the fruit, halfway between the flat object and the cutting board. Voila! Several fruit cut at once.
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Make up a sugar free jello then tip in about 200g of whatever frozen fruit you like/have in your freezer, then refrigerate. Some great things about this desert: 1) the jello sets quickly 2) it tastes yummy 3) it's very low calorie 4) it really rounds of a meal and you don't feel "deprived"
I round up my calorie counts. For instance, the skim milk I drink has 86 calories a cup. On my tracker I've rounded it up to 90 calories. I've rounded up a small banana to 100 from 93 calories. It doesn't add up to much, but it probably covers the little tastes of food I might take when I'm cooking.
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