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Unread 01-09-2013, 03:01 PM   #1
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This gets pretty rough sometimes.



Grilled Salisbury Steak atop a bed of yolk free egg noodles with made by me mushroom gravy. This one ain't grilled so just use you Imagination this time please.
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I like the almonds nice touch...
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If that's eating healthy, I'm in. I eat very little beef these days. That looks great, love the peppers.
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Im on a diet too and I'd kill for that!
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leave out the noodles and I'm all in !!!
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looks way good. my wife and i are trying this new cook book out that she has had a while. its called nurishing traditions. basically its about traditional foods made fresh. like real saour krat and stuff. oh yeah.
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Looks good, but those noodles are a diet killer though, yolk free or not.
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Yep, that's diet food.....

The noodles are not that bad for you - better would have been the whole wheat.

I'm impressed and those peppers look good.....

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Bobby, that looks pretty good. Wish I had some of those peppers!
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One of my favorite diet foods is a big salad. I put lots of stuff on it and get some variety. I've never used almonds though I'm sure they would work. I like pepitas or sunflower seeds.

One of the best things to put on a salad is smoked chicken. Something about the greens really brings out the smoky flavor. Pulled pork works well too if I give it a few seconds in the microwave to melt the fat.

If you decide to go the salad route (an acquired taste, to be sure) find a good produce market if you can. I have one about 8 miles from me where there is always someone restocking the case that holds the lettuce and other salad greens. It makes a huge difference in how long the stuff holds once you get it home. And I can't recall the last time I bought head lettuce. I use a mix of romaine and red leaf which both have more nutritional value than head lettuce.

Good luck with your diet!
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You need to school my Sawbones he's in the to fu camp
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Yup, keep it old school. Grass fed beef is in our weekly diet. Portion control and non packaged foods are what we eat as much as possible. The wife and I have lost weight and we don't get sick. The guy that sits in the cube next to mine is sick every other week. I can't remember the last time I was sick. I don't take vitamins, I eat them in fresh veggie and fruits. Good luck to a healthier life style.
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Fatties are healthy, right??? RIGHT???
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