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Visual Food Blog - Friday, April 22, 2011

Sunday, April 24, 2011

Decided to visually log my food. I'm on my third day and already noticing that I am plating much nicer and sitting down to eat my meals.


Breakfast 389 calories 64 g carbs 3 g fat 35 g protein
16% calcium 340 mg sodium 12 g fiber 0 g cholesterol

Yogurt with Fruit Salad (4 oz Greek yogurt, 1 cup fruit salad [ate ½ while preparing], 2 tsp Splenda, almond extract)

Matzah Brei (1 board Hi Fiber Matzah with Bran, ¾ cup egg whites, 1 red onion, 1 orange bell pepper, Pam)


Lunch 328 calories 38 g carbs 16 g fat 14 g protein 4% calcium
1006 mg sodium 9 g fiber 25 g cholesterol

Grilled Pineapple and Vegetables
Gefilte Fish with horseradish,
Ethiopian Braised Cabbage,
Turkish Sweet and Sour Artichokes,


Dinner 328 calories 38 g carbs 16 g fat 14 g protein 4% calcium
1006 mg sodium 9 g fiber 25 g cholesterol


6 oz Tilapia with Sweet Chili Sauce
Roasted Asparagus with Garlic
Mashed Yukon Gold potatoes with garlic, shallots, 4 oz Greek yogurt and 2 tsp Smart Balance


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Snacks 269 calories 42 g carbs 4 g fat 20 g protein 24% calcium 319 mg sodium 7 g fiber 25 g cholesterol

6 oz Greek yogurt
2 squares (8 grams) dark chocolate
1 vegetable cutlet
1 apple

Total for Day 1,555 calories 217 g carbs 39 g fat 117 g protein 130% calcium 2,385 mg sodium 37 g fiber 99 g cholesterol
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  • SHAKTI_ANGELIKA
    How do you make the brei? Brei to me (German language) is cream of wheat, pudding or porridge. Do you break up the matzo in the egg? Peace and thank you for sharing, Pesha!

    3396 days ago
  • BKNITNWW
    What a unique way to journalize your day! Keep up the great job!!!
    3397 days ago
  • no profile photo CD5198989
    Sounds yummy. That's definitely a good way to journal.
    3397 days ago
  • ROBBBIE53
    What is Matzah?
    3397 days ago
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