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Old 04-14-05, 06:26 PM   #1
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what FOOD are you eating?

vegetarian baked beans - bush's
grapefruit juice (100% juice, no sugar added) - meijer brand
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Old 04-14-05, 06:27 PM   #2
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steamed asparagus and grilled wahoo. just finished.
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Just had breakfast......Corn Flakes with sugar.
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grilled chicken breast and steamed broccoli
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for dinner I had a very small chicken breast (thanks campus dining!) with veggies and a vegetarian marinara sauce.
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I just finshed dinner... roast beef and turkey sandwich with pepper jack cheese and honey mustard on wheat and a side of roast chicken ramen. Right this second I'm eating dessert, a big spoonful of Adam's peanut butter. What can I say... I'm on a grad student budget and out of spaghetti.
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Muesli and coffee.
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I just finshed dinner... roast beef and turkey sandwich with pepper jack cheese and honey mustard on wheat and a side of roast chicken ramen. Right this second I'm eating dessert, a big spoonful of Adam's peanut butter. What can I say... I'm on a grad student budget and out of spaghetti.
Ramen Noodles are soooooooo good.
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6 inch tuna on honey oat w/ spinach, tomato, and jalapeno.
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Broiled pork chops with a low-salt herb rub, rice, broccoli, and a beer.

Well, I'm done now, but that's the last thing I ate.
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Steak.

Neener neener neener.
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for dinner I had about a pound of steak, 1.5 cups of rice and a half-plate of broccoli. Then I had a large smoothie, whey protein, frozen berries(assorted), some vanilla yogurt and ice cubes to thicken it up.

Now I'm eating raw carrots.

I know, I shouldn't eat so much. I just couldn't help it today
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For lunch which was 6 hours ago, i had chicken snizchel with chilli sauce in a roll. For dinner......TAKE-WAYS!
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vegetable omelet and spagetti's with Fetta cheese, a banana for desert
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Homemade Granola cereal, Silk and a red pear
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gyro and bottled water right now

picked up a falafel for dinner
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Just had two Tuno sandwiches on rye.
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mornings: 2 hard boiled eggs, rasins, OJ Cal fortified, english muffin with peanut butter and honey.

daily snacks: low fat yogurt, bananas, almonds, mixed nuts, rasins, carrots, odwalla super food drinks
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just finished off the aforementioned can of bush's vegetarian baked beans. this morning i had a bowl of quaker toasted oatmeal squares prepared with vanilla silk, the latter of the two i also implement in cream of wheat, which, with the addition of a tbsp or so of brown sugar, makes for one decadent bowl of hot cereal.
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just finished off the aforementioned can of bush's vegetarian baked beans. this morning i had a bowl of quaker toasted oatmeal squares prepared with vanilla silk, the latter of the two i also implement in cream of wheat, which, with the addition of a tbsp or so of brown sugar, makes for one decadent bowl of hot cereal.
If you want to try something a little different, try grade A dark amber maple syrup in place of brown sugar. Yummy!
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vegetable omelet and spagetti's with Fetta cheese, a banana for desert
mmmmm... I wanna bite.
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Just finished half a Papa John's pizza with hefty toppings of saussage and beef. So sue me, PETA.

Now I'm going to kick back, pop open a couple of cold ones and listen to some Howard Jones and maybe some New Order.

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PB&J on Ezekiel bread and apple.
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Just finished half a Papa John's pizza with hefty toppings of saussage and beef. So sue me, PETA.

Now I'm going to kick back, pop open a couple of cold ones and listen to some Howard Jones and maybe some New Order.
I think I hear your arteries clogging
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