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I tried my HOMEMADE YOGURT this morning in a SMOOTHIE...

Thursday, March 19, 2009

I made WONDERFUL homemade yogurt last night.
And I used 1% milk. Wonderfully firm yogurt; the
same at the top to the bottom.
I let keep it in the maker for 8 hours.
(I'd still like to let it drip in cheesecloth in the frig
to make it really thick.

So this morning.........after my

3 MILE WALK AWAY THE POUNDS/45 minute with Leslie Sansane,

I made a smoothie.
1/2 c. yogurt
1/2 c. orange juice
threw in a handful of frozen strawberries

blended it up, took a sip and YUCK! Threw in a little SPLENDA
and ............. better!

I don't think I really like smoothies!! Think I'll just keep eating
yogurt with the sugarfree Da Vinci syrups & blueberries, strawberries,

I always made just regular fruit "smoothies." Just fresh & frozen fruit
with a little juice. That to me tastes great!

So yesterday, I was doing some new exercises (strength training.)
Well, I did STANDING SIDE BEND WITH TOWEL.............
and yep, today, right side hurts. Had to be from them!!
I didn't watch myself in the mirror to make sure my back was straight
and I knew a couple of times I didn't do it right and today now I'll pay for it!
It isn't too bad. Just when I lift heavier things (like my glass of smoothie or when I turn!!)

Give me a 3 mile walk with Leslie anyday!! LOL!

And I read on an awesome accomplishment of AZHIKERCHICK! She's lost
1/2 of her weight and feels WONDERFUL!! And I can relate since I'm in her
size when she 1st started (26) and now she's in a size 18. (((I may have some size 18 jeans laying around somewhere!!!)))

I just finished another 1 MILE SUPER FAT BLASTIN with Leslie!!
wooooohoooooooooooo 4 miles today!!
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    Would you share your recipe for the plain yogart?

    I would love to have it!!

    Thanks in advance.

    3658 days ago
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