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Day 31 - Weekly Food Prep

Monday, March 11, 2013

I'm back!!! I did not weigh-in this week because I was in the ER for accidentally inhaling a peanut. Seriously. I know, right? Only me. Anyway, it is out now and I am OK--just have a sore throat and it sort of hurts to breathe hard. Doc said I shouldn't run this week, but I should be fully recovered by next week. I had a gain this week... so I am aiming to just be back to 359 by this Saturday.

Turkey Burgers (w/ green onion, cilantro, cayenne)
Red beans and quinoa w/ turkey andouille sausage
1 dozen hard boiled eggs
Spicy Garlic and Lime Shrimp

Sun-Dried Tomato and Artichoke Dip and cut veggies
Cut up strawberries
Cut up root veggies

Meal Plan for the week includes:
Orange & Avocado Salad with spicy shrimp tacos

Whole Roasted Chicken and Root Veggies, Chicken stock
Slow Cooker Vegetarian Chili w/ Squash

Filet Mignon and Garlic Snow Peas w/ baked sweet potatoes
Turkey Burgers & Brown Rice Chickpea Salad

Ground turkey cabbage stew

Cheesy Quinoa w/ onions, bell pepper, avocado, sriracha, cilantro, and black beans
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  • ALBATROSS925 you find that planning out your meals is helpful? I try to but I always end up eating whatever the cook at work gives me. It's a major weakness.
    1902 days ago
  • KIPPER15
    Very nice food plan. So sorry a peanut put you in ER.
    1903 days ago
    Please continue to follow doctor's orders.

    Careful with those peanuts.

    God bless!
    1903 days ago
    Oh, so sorry to hear of your ER visit! :(

    I miss eating shrimp.... but I could use scallops instead. Great recipes!
    1903 days ago
    So glad you are ok! That had to be freaky! As always...your menu sound scrumptious!
    1903 days ago
    I'm about to start a "food plan" myself. Mine will be day by day so I can choose what to eat.
    1903 days ago
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