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fifasy
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15 Jan 2016, 11:18 am

I've got a chicken breast marinating in extra virgin olive oil, chilli flakes, kosher salt, black pepper, lemon zest and juice, parsley and cilantro. I'll be grilling it later and eating some oven fries and boiled vegetables with it.



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15 Jan 2016, 11:29 am

Sounds good.

I went to the local Chinese restaurant.


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15 Jan 2016, 11:39 am

Nice! Wish I could have joined you.



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15 Jan 2016, 12:27 pm

That sounds delicious! 8O

I had a PB&J.


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15 Jan 2016, 12:29 pm

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Nice! Wish I could have joined you.



    I had:
  • Wonton soup;
  • Chicken and black bean sauce;
  • Fried rice;
It was yummy

I wanted to get some ham and chicken rolls but I was on my own and it would have been to much!

Have you ever been to a restaurant on your own?


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15 Jan 2016, 12:35 pm

One of my favorite things to make for myself at home is:

sandwich:

Fresh cut, thick sliced crusty bread with whole egg mayo on top and bottom
Roast turkey
Lettuce
tomato
red onion
salt & pepper

I've gone mad over them


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15 Jan 2016, 12:36 pm

This is making me hungry


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15 Jan 2016, 12:36 pm

Breakfast: Multigrain Cheerios, apple juice

Lunch: chicken strips on a bun, blueberries, banana chocolate-chip loaf, water



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15 Jan 2016, 3:18 pm

Lillikoi wrote:
That sounds delicious! 8O

I had a PB&J.


It was. :) Your sandwich sounds it too. I've never had one of those because nobody sells them/gives recipes for them in England.

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Have you ever been to a restaurant on your own?


A few times. I feel embarrassed. Buffet restaurants are the ones I feel least shy about going in alone.

The mayo sandwich sounds good. Keep eating the mayo - it's a superfood!

I make a salad using mayo. I fry a bit of bacon, chop it up, then mix with lettuce, a few pine nuts toasted in a dry pan for 2 minutes and really thin slices of cheese.

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banana chocolate-chip loaf


That's different! Sounds like something from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. I wouldn't mind trying that.



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15 Jan 2016, 3:26 pm

Restaurants are too expensive for me.
5 bucks for a soup? Buzz off! (Just noticed: Involuntary fly in soup joke reference... lol)



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15 Jan 2016, 4:45 pm

A homemade turkey burrito for lunch. I've been snacking on some dark chocolate covered almonds this afternoon, yum.


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15 Jan 2016, 10:08 pm

I'm currently on a diet, so I'm eating the exact same food for breakfast & lunch every day.

For breakfast I have two Weetbix, a cup of milk and a banana.

For lunch I have fresh chicken in a sandwich with lettuce & thin slices of tasty cheese.

For dinner, I have whatever it is the parents cook. Last night was a beef & veggie mix with a few peanuts & pieces of potato.

4kg down sofar! Getting into an eating routine of eating the same food every day is the only way I've ever succeeded in losing weight in the past, in 2013 I managed to drop 20kg, but sadly I put it back on since then. I have no doubts that I'll pass that mark this time.



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15 Jan 2016, 10:23 pm

Fraljmir wrote:
I'm currently on a diet, so I'm eating the exact same food for breakfast & lunch every day.

For breakfast I have two Weetbix, a cup of milk and a banana.

For lunch I have fresh chicken in a sandwich with lettuce & thin slices of tasty cheese.

For dinner, I have whatever it is the parents cook. Last night was a beef & veggie mix with a few peanuts & pieces of potato.

4kg down sofar! Getting into an eating routine of eating the same food every day is the only way I've ever succeeded in losing weight in the past, in 2013 I managed to drop 20kg, but sadly I put it back on since then. I have no doubts that I'll pass that mark this time.


Love your avatar. It almost looks like the Great Nebula in Orion.

I'm soon going to BBQ 2 chicken maryland pieces marinated in peri-peri sauce and 2 o'naturale! Looking forward to that. Yummy! :D


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15 Jan 2016, 10:47 pm

Cereal, salad and chicken.


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15 Jan 2016, 10:49 pm

ImAnAspie wrote:
Fraljmir wrote:
I'm currently on a diet, so I'm eating the exact same food for breakfast & lunch every day.

For breakfast I have two Weetbix, a cup of milk and a banana.

For lunch I have fresh chicken in a sandwich with lettuce & thin slices of tasty cheese.

For dinner, I have whatever it is the parents cook. Last night was a beef & veggie mix with a few peanuts & pieces of potato.

4kg down sofar! Getting into an eating routine of eating the same food every day is the only way I've ever succeeded in losing weight in the past, in 2013 I managed to drop 20kg, but sadly I put it back on since then. I have no doubts that I'll pass that mark this time.


Love your avatar. It almost looks like the Great Nebula in Orion.

I'm soon going to BBQ 2 chicken maryland pieces marinated in peri-peri sauce and 2 o'naturale! Looking forward to that. Yummy! :D


I agree. You have an awesome avatar. 8)


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