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#46 Postby pamela » Mon Dec 17, 2007 2:23 pm

lisaanddini wrote:The chef is never supposed to do the dishes!!! Thats a rule at my house, we take turns cooking & whoever doesn't cook has to clean up after.

Since I quit the seafood, the smell kindof grosses me out. I'm fine with faux chicken, turkey, or beef but I think it will be a while before I try fake seafood.

What kind of truffles are you enjoying so much? I need to get some!


Well, Todd usually helps out with dinner. And he often dries the dishes. But there are some things around the house I won't do (vacuuming... I LOATHE vacuuming) so it all evens out. :)

The truffles are called "Organic chocolate truffles" and they're by "Truffettes de France." They are so good, I told Todd the other day that if I could only eat one food for the rest of my life, it would be these.

They are the last ones on this page, in the green box: http://www.gdh-trading.com/Truffettes_de_France.htm

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#47 Postby offense74 » Mon Dec 17, 2007 4:20 pm

pamela wrote: The truffles are called "Organic chocolate truffles" and they're by "Truffettes de France." They are so good, I told Todd the other day that if I could only eat one food for the rest of my life, it would be these.

They are the last ones on this page, in the green box: http://www.gdh-trading.com/Truffettes_de_France.htm

No worries girl, they're organic. That means that they are healthy. They might even be raw in which case they will fight both cancer and AIDS. Eat up!
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#48 Postby pamela » Mon Dec 17, 2007 9:24 pm

offense74 wrote:No worries girl, they're organic. That means that they are healthy. They might even be raw in which case they will fight both cancer and AIDS. Eat up!


Like I need any coaxing! :P

(but hey, are you trying to force feed me truffles? :shock: )

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#49 Postby pamela » Mon Dec 17, 2007 9:30 pm

B- (7:30 am)

Nature's Path flax plus granola with rice dream
Decaf coffee

S- (10:30 am)

Peanut toffee clif bar

L - (2:00-4:00 pm)

Whole wheat pitas with hummus
1 serving pineapple
1 serving Arthur's green smoothie
1 serving baby carrots
2 squares cocoa camino mint chocolate

D- (6:30 pm)

2 refried bean burritos with guacamole, and sauteed red peppers/onions
Smoothie- Baby romaine (2 cups), kale (2 leaves), 1/4 serving vega, strawberries, banana, mixed berries, 1/2 tsp maca, soy milk, juice\
3 spirulina tablets

Dessert-
A very small brownie
2 truffles
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#50 Postby pamela » Thu Dec 20, 2007 12:32 pm

Tuesday

B- (7:30 am)

Nature's Path flax plus granola with rice dream
Decaf coffee

S- (10:30 am)

Peanut toffee clif bar

L- (can't remember what time)

Whole wheat pitas and hummus
Arthur's green smoothie
Baby carrots
pineapple

D- (6 pm)

I totally crapped out and had delicious homemade macaroni (shells) and cheese.
Smoothie- Baby romaine (2 cups), kale (2 leaves), 1/4 serving vega, strawberries, banana, mixed berries, 1/2 tsp maca, soy milk, juice
6 spirulina tablets

Dessert-
Truffles

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#51 Postby pamela » Thu Dec 20, 2007 12:36 pm

Wednesday


B- (7:00 am)

Nature's Path flax plus granola with rice dream
Decaf coffee

S- (10:30 am)

vanilla almond clif builder bar

L- (1pm-3pm)

Whole wheat pitas and hummus
Arthur's green smoothie
Baby carrots
pineapple

Dinner:

Garlic potato pierogies sauteed with red onions and a large amount of kale (prob. two servings each)
Smoothie- Baby romaine (2 cups), kale (2 leaves), 1/4 serving vega, strawberries, banana, mixed berries, 1/2 tsp maca, soy milk, juice

Dessert-

A brownie, and one truffle

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#52 Postby pamela » Fri Dec 21, 2007 10:13 am

Thursday

B- (8:00 am)

Nature's Path flax plus granola with rice dream
Decaf coffee

L- (12:00 pm)

Peanut toffee clif bar
Arthur's green smoothie
1/2 pint organic raspberries

Dinner (5:30 pm):

Rice fettuccine in spicy peanut butter coconut sauce with a large amount of steamed kale (prob. two servings each)
One homemade spring roll
Smoothie- Baby romaine (2 cups), kale (2 leaves), 1/4 serving vega, strawberries, banana, mixed berries, 1/2 tsp maca, soy milk, juice
A few plain salted potato chips

Dessert-

A brownie, and one truffle

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#53 Postby pamela » Sun Dec 23, 2007 7:36 pm

Friday:

B- (7:30 am)

Nature's Path flax plus granola with rice dream
Decaf coffee

S- (10:00 am)

Peanut butter cookie Luna bar

L- (1:00-2:00 pm)

Whole wheat pitas and hummus
Baby carrots
Arthur's green smoothie

S- (4:30 pm)

Smoothie- Baby romaine (2 cups), kale (2 leaves), 1/4 serving vega, strawberries, banana, mixed berries, 1/2 tsp maca, soy milk, juice

D (7:00 pm)

went out for Ethiopian food with a group of friends. Two kinds of lentils, and curried yellow split peas eaten with injera bread
Pineapple juice
Some dark chocolate

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#54 Postby pamela » Sun Dec 23, 2007 7:39 pm

Saturday:

B- (9:00 am)

Nature's Path flax plus granola with rice dream
Decaf coffee

L1- (11:30 am)

Peanut butter cookie luna bar
Baby carrots
Arthur's green smoothie

L2- (3:00 pm)

baby carrots
Amy's bean burrito
Plain salted baked potato chips

D- (7:00 pm)

Homemade potato leek soup
Eggless salad on a whole wheat pita
Smoothie- Baby romaine (2 cups), kale (2 leaves), 1/4 serving vega, strawberries, banana, mixed berries, 1/2 tsp maca, soy milk, juice

D-

Some dark chocolate with almonds

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#55 Postby pamela » Sun Dec 23, 2007 7:45 pm

Sunday

B (9:00 am)

Nature's Path flax plus granola with rice dream
Decaf coffee

L (1:00 pm)

Nachos topped with diced tomato, red onion, red pepper and salsa
Guacamole (incl. green onion and tomato)
A teeny tiny piece of chocolate truffle pie (from Sinfully Vegan)

D (7:00 pm)

Chickpeas and spinach simmered in tomato/roasted red pepper on brown rice
Smoothie- Baby romaine (2 cups), kale (2 leaves), 1/4 serving vega, strawberries, banana, mixed berries, 1/2 tsp maca, soy milk, juice

Dessert

A piece of what I am calling "Turtle Torte"- it's from Sinfully Vegan as well. It's brownie with a layer of caramel and pecans, and then encased in chocolate. It's among the top 10 best things I have ever eaten. It's 500 calories per serving, but is only 31% of calories from fat (the brownie part contains no added fat.. it's all applesauce)

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#56 Postby Octopussoir » Sun Dec 23, 2007 11:26 pm

only 31%? Man, I couldnt imagine going near that thing! Then again, I dont touch sugars outside of fruit.
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#57 Postby pamela » Mon Dec 24, 2007 8:34 am

Octopussoir wrote:only 31%? Man, I couldnt imagine going near that thing! Then again, I dont touch sugars outside of fruit.


Sugar is my vice, although I am fairly specific about what I will eat it in. Like, it has to be something that has other positive properties (i.e. clif bars) or tastes phenomenal (i.e. I don't snack on sugary crap, it's reserved for dessert). I am having enough trouble staying at my current weight that I can't imagine what would happen if I didn't eat any sugar! :D


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