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03-27-2013, 12:13 PM
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Only question, how is it a sweet surprise if you put them in the salad to begin with?

does that line actually work for you?

(not that it isnt true)

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does that line actually work for you?

(not that it isnt true)
Line?

First time I have used that, so I'm not sure I follow? I'm not very bright sometimes

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I agree, and nuts and/or dried fruit are pretty good as well.

Only question, how is it a sweet surprise if you put them in the salad to begin with?

You never know when you're going to get a piece of apple in your forkfull!

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Yum on the fruits and nuts added to salad. Always a winner.

Panera has a Fuji Apple Chicken salad with vinaigrette that I killed last week.

My lunch today not quite as healthy: Dorchester soul food.


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Line?

First time I have used that, so I'm not sure I follow? I'm not very bright sometimes
im just teasing

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I found this website, thought I would share in case it was helpful for others as well:

http://www.acefitness.org/acefit/default.aspx

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You never know when you're going to get a piece of apple in your forkfull!
Just made a heaping salad with spinach, lettuce/vegi-mix, tuna, craisins, and a sprinkling of walnuts and sunflower seeds...

mmmmmmmmmm

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bag of sald mix + a stir-fry kit (ie: sliced red/green peppers, onions, and pea pods). Threw it all together with some chopped apple and sliced rotissire chicken , added some reduced fat shredded cheddar and croutons and had a fabulous lunch for myself.

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bag of sald mix + a stir-fry kit (ie: sliced red/green peppers, onions, and pea pods). Threw it all together with some chopped apple and sliced rotissire chicken , added some reduced fat shredded cheddar and croutons and had a fabulous lunch for myself.
Interesting.

Any dressing used?

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Interesting.

Any dressing used?
Newman's Own Light Italian. One of my favorites...almost more citrusy than Italian, doesn't really have that zest.

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Newman's Own Light Italian. One of my favorites...almost more citrusy than Italian, doesn't really have that zest.
I might just have to hit the supermarket tonight!

I never thought of crossing the two kits together.

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I might just have to hit the supermarket tonight!

I never thought of crossing the two kits together.
It's a lot easier (and cheaper) than buying the whole veggies. The work is done for you, there's less waste, and somehow the pre-sliced stuff ends up being cheaper anyways.

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bag of sald mix + a stir-fry kit (ie: sliced red/green peppers, onions, and pea pods). Threw it all together with some chopped apple and sliced rotissire chicken , added some reduced fat shredded cheddar and croutons and had a fabulous lunch for myself.
I love cheese, but have cut back drastically, and was never a big crouton guy. I prefer the chicken to tuna, but didn't have any handy. Also had a splash of Sweet Vidalia Onion (Lite) dressing.

Between the dressing and the tuna, no make out sessions for me at work this afternoon

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I love cheese, but have cut back drastically, and was never a big crouton guy. I prefer the chicken to tuna, but didn't have any handy. Also had a splash of Sweet Vidalia Onion dressing.

Between the dressing and the tuna, no make out sessions for me at work this afternoon
The Sweet Vidalia is another one of my favorites. It's so good.

I like the crunch of the croutons. I'm not a nut/seed person, so I'll deal with the extra calories for a little bit of bread/crunch.

The reduced fat shredded cheddar actually goes a long way. I used about 2 tbs in my portion for lunch, and it was enough to really taste it/feel like you were eating cheese. On WW, that amounts to 1 point. Happily take that.

I love chicken. I think rotiesseire chickens at the grocery store is one of the best invesntions out there. I usually buy one a week just for the breast meat; either slice for salads or shred for soup, quesadillas, you name it.

Not into fish or seafood of any kind. I wish I could be, I know it's super good for you. I stick to poultry, pork, and lean red meats.

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Luckily, I hate cheese unless it's on pizza.

My diet is lame lately. Protein with peanut butter every morning, steel cut oats, ground turkey, turkey chili, brown rice, wheat pasta, pulled chicken breast, rotisserie chicken, salad with vinegar, water.

I'll have a drink or two while watching the game tonight. Not a beer fan. Vodka on the rocks or with a splash of club soda, rum and a splash of coke. Tonight it's woodchuck.

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Also, if you want something quick and lo-cal, my wife found these things called Ready Packs Bistro salads (I assume in the produce section). Not sure who makes them, but she got me a couple of the Chicken Caesar salad bowls. The salad is in the base and on top is a rack that has two containers of chicken, one, cheese, one dressing. Dump the top rack into the bottom bowl, mix, and eat.

Quick, easy, tasty, and lo-cal (230).

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Damn, now I want a salad real bad.

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Well, I alredy had Salami and Provolone for lunch, so this would be like an afternoon snack.

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Well, I alredy had Salami and Provolone for lunch, so this would be like an afternoon snack.
Well that's ok then

I want a big Rib Eye steak for supper.

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Well that's ok then

I want a big Rib Eye steak for supper.
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Plus, the beer doesn't help either.

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The Sweet Vidalia is another one of my favorites. It's so good.

I like the crunch of the croutons. I'm not a nut/seed person, so I'll deal with the extra calories for a little bit of bread/crunch.

The reduced fat shredded cheddar actually goes a long way. I used about 2 tbs in my portion for lunch, and it was enough to really taste it/feel like you were eating cheese. On WW, that amounts to 1 point. Happily take that.

I love chicken. I think rotiesseire chickens at the grocery store is one of the best invesntions out there. I usually buy one a week just for the breast meat; either slice for salads or shred for soup, quesadillas, you name it.

Not into fish or seafood of any kind. I wish I could be, I know it's super good for you. I stick to poultry, pork, and lean red meats.
My wife bought me a rotisserie chicken Friday or Saturday night, and I finished it Monday

I love seafood.

Salmon or Catfish (high fat content, but lots of good stuff too) are my favorites, but cod/scrod is fine. Tuna (can) is just OK, but it's quick, a good source of protein and low fat.

I'm finding the dieting relatively easy because my wife (who is an excellent cook) always made healthy stuff, I just had a problem with portion control , and I have been really good about that and cut out the "snacks".

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