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Old 10-24-09, 09:06 PM   #51
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I was dropped by a burrito today when it and a taco formed a two man breakaway.
At least a donut didn't join the break.
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If a donut joined the break I would have had a chance to catch them. Mmmmm donut.
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Homemade stuffed squash at my cousin's house tonight.
Followed by some awesome homemade pecan pie.

There's a reason I refuse to learn to make dessert. It's all I'd ever eat...

I ate like 2 slices and then ate tons of ice cream. Delicious.

The only thing sub par about the dinner was the beer. The microbrew someone got kinda sucked. Too many ipas. I hate ipas...

Learning how to make Kheer from my mom tomorrow. I'm so excited...
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Old 10-24-09, 11:36 PM   #54
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string cheese x3. late night snack
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Only did a 42km ride today so nothing special. I'm just finishing some lentil and vegetable green curry.
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pre-race:
two granola bars
one banana
bunch of water
short double americano

post:
one granola bar
half a banana
two muffins
large powerade
enchilada with cabbage, guac, beans, rice, cheese, salsa
ramen with shaved seitan
vodka seven
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Old 10-25-09, 07:32 AM   #57
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big morning ride at 11.

8:30: 2 serv. slow cook oats, 1 scoop casein protein, 4oz skim milk, cinnamon, lots of water/tea.

coffee @ 10. Ethiopian, french press. 12 oz. black.

ride fuel: 2 potatoes, 1/8 cup raisins, 1 scoop whey pro. 3 gels. 2 liters water. (hope to finish ride with 1 potato untouched....).
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Steel cut oatmeal and granola.

Let's start to get some weight monitoring going.
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193-194 lbs.
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The calorie counting starts today for me.

I'm purposely underestimating the calories burned (just using straight kJ, no factor), and overestimating the food calories of food I don't have data for.
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Old 10-25-09, 10:41 AM   #61
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Chuychanga with guac.
French toast w/butter
Pancakes w/butter

It's been a good weekend
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1 biscuit. 2 mini muffins. 1 piece of coffee cake. water.

Total, 553 calories.
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one of each
Chapulines
The legendary Oaxacan speciality of sautéed grasshoppers, served with shallots, garlic and tequila

Carnitas con salsa de tomatillo
Confit of baby pig with green tomatillo sauce, pork rinds, onions and cilantro

Pescado Mexicano
Seared fish with red onions and a sauce of cilantro, cumin and lime
Yo quiero.

Breakfast is bowl o' oatmeal w/ honey, butter, and some more honey. With coffee of course.
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dinner yesterday: made traditional danish koldebord for my sister and her SO
breakfast: WW tortilla w/ legume butter & sugarfree jam, double espresso

weight monitoring: (upon waking) 146lbs
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My eating CTL is about 250.

That will change Monday as I officially start eating decent again.
at a fire station?
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Steel cut oatmeal and granola.

Let's start to get some weight monitoring going.
how long does that take to cook package to mouth?
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It was in a restaurant, but 10 mins in the microwave as I recall.
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at a fire station?
Dude, tell me about it. I'm going to have you come by every third day and slap the 2am McD's medium chocolate milkshakes out of my hand. A 24 hour farking McDonalds. I work 24 hours at a time......coincidence, I think not.
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how long does that take to cook package to mouth?
or, you don't have to cook them.
1) pour milk,
2) eat

I started doing this when living out of the US, didn't believe it as possible at first... finally caved to conformity, started doing it, eat them that way at least 1/2 the time now.

(be sure to allow for their expansion in your stomach since it doesn't happen in the pan ahead of time)
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Breakfast: Triple espresso, yogurt and "Nutty Nuggets" (generic Grape-Nuts)
Fred Century Ride: 1.5 PBJ sandwich and 1 can Coke (3 water bottles during ride)
After ride at home: 0.5 Gyro, 1 banana, 1 Vitamin Water (acai-blueberry-pomegranate), 1 espresso
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Completed: Glass of apple juice. On the to eat list: 3 packs of instant oatmeal (fruity and sugary). Scoop of protein powder in the oatmeal. And that half banana, half pear I ate yesterday? I'll be finishing the two remaining halves today. Maybe a PBJ before heading out for 47 flat miles. I'll probably have a piece of pizza plus a Sprite at the mid-way point.
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The calorie counting starts today for me.

I'm purposely underestimating the calories burned (just using straight kJ, no factor), and overestimating the food calories of food I don't have data for.
I was under the impression that if your power file says the ride was a 1600 kJ ride, you burned 1600 calories. There's a 'factor'? That's not right?
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This is BF. Nothing is ever that simple.
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Old 10-25-09, 01:44 PM   #74
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This is BF. Nothing is ever that simple.
Or worthwhile.
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Let's start to get some weight monitoring going.
Bathroom scale after getting home from 102 miles, drinking about 1-L of various liquids (water, Vitamin Water, espresso), and eating lunch (half a gyro left over from last night and a banana) showed 190 lbs on my 6' 2" frame. I have been pretty consistently around 195 lbs, so I'm probably a couple of quarts low right now. We'll see what it says tomorrow morning.

This past Spring when I was in OK shape I was briefly down to 186 lbs at the end of "base" season. That time is always my low weight for the year. This year's goal is 180 lbs at that time.
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