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Title: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Butterbean on February 02, 2009, 06:37:10 AM
So Migs and I intend to start eating better starting today and thought that being held accountable by posting everything we eat and drink would help us to stick to a clean-eating plan.

Anyone who wants to join us can post everything you eat and drink for at least 7 weeks. 

Hopefully people like rip and BEAST will chime in and give tips and advice :)







Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Butterbean on February 02, 2009, 06:39:06 AM
Meal 1
5 egg whites and 1/2 yolk
1 piece Mestermacher Pumpernickel toast w/I can't believe it's not butter spray and 1/4 t. cherry preserves
coffee
water

Meal 2
chicken breast (always meat only - no skin)
small sweet potato
~ T. balsamic vinegar

water all day

Meal 3
~ 1 c.ground turkey breast in marinara sauce
roasted brussels sprouts


Meal 4
Chicken breast salad w/spring greens, tomato, red onion and ~T. Garlic Expressions dressing


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Migs on February 02, 2009, 07:18:32 AM
Meal 1
6 egg white omelete
One serving of oatmeal
water


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: CalvinH on February 02, 2009, 07:37:51 AM
I'm out already :-[


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Migs on February 02, 2009, 07:58:32 AM
haha, should i dare ask?


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Butterbean on February 02, 2009, 07:59:10 AM
lol


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Geo on February 02, 2009, 08:23:47 AM
threads like this may very well be medfords last bit of hope..


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: tonymctones on February 02, 2009, 08:51:30 AM
good idea glad this thread was started today as opposed to yesterday Ill also say that im at right around 203 now and want to get down to 185ish.

Meal one: half a steak, 5 egg whites, oatmeal, 3 rice cracker and a coke zero and bottle of water.


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Laura Lee on February 02, 2009, 09:08:09 AM
So far:

Meal 1 (5:30am): 1/4 cup oatmeal dry, mixed with 1/4 yogurt and 1 scoop protein powder.  8 oz water and coffee (with stevia and sugar free creamora)

Meal 2 (9:00am):  6 egg white omlet with turkey, spinach, peppers, onions, scallions and diced tomatoes.  water and coffee

Meal 3 (will be at 1:00pm):  and consist of chicken breast, broccoli and brown rice.  water

Don't know about the rest of the day.  :)


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Butterbean on February 02, 2009, 10:19:06 AM
Meal 1
6 egg white omelete
One serving of oatmeal
water
Migs...was there anything else in your omelete (veggies etc) or was it just whites cooked in a pan?


So far:

Meal 1 (5:30am): 1/4 cup oatmeal dry, mixed with 1/4 yogurt and 1 scoop protein powder.  8 oz water and coffee (with stevia and sugar free creamora)

Meal 2 (9:00am):  6 egg white omlet with turkey, spinach, peppers, onions, scallions and diced tomatoes.  water and coffee


Both of these meals sound great!


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: michael arvilla on February 02, 2009, 10:25:17 AM
Meal One (8 am) : left over pizza (6 slices)
Meal two (9 am): Big Mac (2) Fries,Choc Shake, apple pie
Meal three (10:30 am) "hungry man TV dinner" (salisbury steak)
meal four (11:30): "cheesy fries"
meal five (12:30) Dominoes delivery (2 large thin crust extra cheese)

that's it so far................(it's 1:30 i gotta eat!!!)


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Butterbean on February 02, 2009, 10:44:26 AM
Meal One (8 am) : left over pizza (6 slices)
Meal two (9 am): Big Mac (2) Fries,Choc Shake, apple pie
Meal three (10:30 am) "hungry man TV dinner" (salisbury steak)
meal four (11:30): "cheesy fries"
meal five (12:30) Dominoes delivery (2 large thin crust extra cheese)

that's it so far................(it's 1:30 i gotta eat!!!)
sounds like me yesterday  :P


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Migs on February 02, 2009, 11:05:25 AM
Migs...was there anything else in your omelete (veggies etc) or was it just whites cooked in a pan?

mushrooms and herbs

meal 2:  flank steak, green beans with garlic and 2 slices of high fiber bread, diet coke.  Yes the diet coke is necessary!


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Butterbean on February 02, 2009, 11:13:16 AM
mushrooms and herbs

Please add to your post then >:(  We are writing down EVERYTHING son  >:(

What kind of herbs? :D




Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Migs on February 02, 2009, 11:16:49 AM
Please add to your post then >:(  We are writing down EVERYTHING son  >:(

What kind of herbs? :D




sorry i'm still out of it from my ride yesterday.  oregano, red pepper flakes, basil, dill, thyme


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: QuakerOats on February 02, 2009, 12:33:36 PM
Meal One (8 am) : left over pizza (6 slices)
Meal two (9 am): Big Mac (2) Fries,Choc Shake, apple pie
Meal three (10:30 am) "hungry man TV dinner" (salisbury steak)
meal four (11:30): "cheesy fries"
meal five (12:30) Dominoes delivery (2 large thin crust extra cheese)

that's it so far................(it's 1:30 i gotta eat!!!)
;D


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Andy Griffin on February 02, 2009, 01:26:01 PM
Meal One (8 am) : left over pizza (6 slices)
Meal two (9 am): Big Mac (2) Fries,Choc Shake, apple pie
Meal three (10:30 am) "hungry man TV dinner" (salisbury steak)
meal four (11:30): "cheesy fries"
meal five (12:30) Dominoes delivery (2 large thin crust extra cheese)

that's it so far................(it's 1:30 i gotta eat!!!)

Sounds like your following the Adonis plan to perfection.  (note:  I'm NOT ripping old TA...he is the one who intro'd me to this awesome site)


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Lord Humungous on February 02, 2009, 05:12:39 PM
7:30 1 slice pita pizza with cheese and roni
8:00 ate cheerios with Peewee
11:00 1 cup homemade chili
12:00 6 teddy grams with peewee and 1 chicken nugget he wouldnt eat
1:45 2 Dove dark choc/nut candys
3:00 another handfull of cheerios while watching Yo Gabba Gabby
3:00 2oz or so of chedder cheese
5:30 chicken marsal, cheesey rice, tossed salad with Italian dressing.


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Migs on February 02, 2009, 06:34:33 PM
meal 3:  low carb protein bar from met-rx, water

meal 4: small potatoe with pepper, garlic and parsely, dab of smart balance, green beens, and turkey patty wiht herbs and a tablespoon of bbq sauce.

don't think i will get meal 5 &6 in today lol


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: tonymctones on February 02, 2009, 09:43:12 PM
dont know the times
snack: beef jerky jacks links one bag

meal 2: 3 small teriyaki chicken breasts

meal 3: 3 small teriyaki chicken breasts with bagel and cream cheese(yes whole fat cream cheese and it was delicious  ;))

after workout protein shake

Pineapple slices.

 


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Eyeball Chambers on February 03, 2009, 03:44:59 AM
Meal One (8 am) : left over pizza (6 slices)
Meal two (9 am): Big Mac (2) Fries,Choc Shake, apple pie
Meal three (10:30 am) "hungry man TV dinner" (salisbury steak)
meal four (11:30): "cheesy fries"
meal five (12:30) Dominoes delivery (2 large thin crust extra cheese)

that's it so far................(it's 1:30 i gotta eat!!!)

Keep up the good work!  ;D


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Butterbean on February 03, 2009, 07:04:33 AM
Day 2

Meal 1
water all day
5 egg whites, 1/2 yolk
toasted pumpernickle bread w/spray butter and 1/4 t. cherry preserves
coffee

Meal 2
shitake mushroom and turkey egg white omelete
pumpernickel toast w/butter spray and 1/4 t. cherry preserves

Meal 3
"stir-fry" with chicken breast, roasted asparagus, shitake and button mushrooms in a light teriyake sauce

Meal 4
bowl of Crunchy Corn Bran w/skim milk


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: tonymctones on February 03, 2009, 12:21:35 PM
breakfest
8 egg whites and 2 whole eggs with white rice and soy sauce with a coke zero...I know i shouldnt drink the coke zero but im addicted and i still drink a lot of water through out the day

its about lunch time right now and I REALLY WANT QUIZNOS  :-\


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: michael arvilla on February 03, 2009, 01:44:27 PM
Keep up the good work!  ;D

thx!!!...............(takes discipline!!!!!)


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Migs on February 03, 2009, 01:57:45 PM
meal 1: protein shake with water
meal 2: grilled pork, salad with oil & vinegar


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Lord Humungous on February 03, 2009, 02:17:18 PM
kitchen sink  :'(


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Migs on February 03, 2009, 04:47:01 PM
meal 3: beef stew, diet coke, fiber bread with smart balance.   :(


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: tonymctones on February 03, 2009, 08:00:09 PM
I had chic fila today  :-[ one grilled chicken sandwhich and one regular one, no fries no cokes but still from what i can figure about 1050 calories hmmmmm you know when you write it out it looks pretty bad LOL hmmmm not happy about that

bag of beef jerky

8 whites and white rice with soy sauce again




Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Geo on February 03, 2009, 08:24:48 PM
people who separate the yokes from the whites can eat my shorts !

                             >:(


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: tonymctones on February 03, 2009, 09:49:41 PM
people who separate the yokes from the whites can eat my shorts !

                             >:(
LOL its not that bad actually pretty easy when you get a system


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Butterbean on February 04, 2009, 06:32:29 AM
people who separate the yokes from the whites can eat my shorts !

                             >:(
For egg white omelets I use egg whites in a carton....easy!

But usually for breakfast my whites are from hard boiled eggs.  I usually boil 18 at a time and then eat them until they are gone and boil 18 more and so on..  The dogs each get about 1 - 2 yolks when I am cracking open the eggs.


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Butterbean on February 04, 2009, 06:33:26 AM
Day 3

Meal 1
5 egg whites ~ 1/2 yolk
Mesterwhatever Sunflower seed toast w/spray butter & ~ 1/4 t. cherry preserves
coffee

Meal 2
leftover chicken, asparagus, mushroom teriyake "stir-fry"

Meal 3
leftover roasted brussels sprouts
glass merlot :-\

Meal 4
salad of romaine lettuce, chick breast, light ceasar dressing, a few whole grain croutons and a small sprinkle of shaved parmesan
glass merlot :-\


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Eyeball Chambers on February 04, 2009, 06:36:10 AM
Day 3

Meal 1
5 egg whites ~ 1/2 yolk
Mesterwhatever Sunflower seed toast w/spray butter & ~ 1/4 t. cherry preserves
coffee

Two questions,
Can I come over for breakfast?
Can you make me French Toast?
 ;D


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Butterbean on February 04, 2009, 06:56:31 AM
Two questions,
Can I come over for breakfast?
Can you make me French Toast?
 ;D

;D

This bread is very thin...wouldn't be good for French Toast!

Here is a pic (this is of a pkg of rye) but you can't tell how thin it is...maybe tomorrow I will try to remember to take a pic of my breakfast

I like the Rye, the Sunflower Seed, the Fitness Bread...etc..they all taste similar...very good





Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Mimi6 on February 04, 2009, 07:00:19 AM
I can tell right off the bat that I am not eating properly. After looking at the meals all of you are preparing; I am afraid to post what I consume.

This is definitely motivation to clean-up my eating habits. Just to show how badly I need help; this is what I have consumed this morning thus far:

- Breakfast Sandwich - whole egg, whole wheat toast, tomatoes, onion, 1 slice of sharp cheddar cheese, 3 slices of hickory smoked turkey breast, 3 slices of off-the-bone ham and iceberg lettuce.

- Small Buttered Toffee Cappuccino

- Green Tea Vitamin Water & a 16 oz. bottle of SmartWater

 ???



Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: QuakerOats on February 04, 2009, 07:05:38 AM
I can tell right off the bat that I am not eating properly. After looking at the meals all of you are preparing; I am afraid to post what I consume.

This is definitely motivation to clean-up my eating habits. Just to show how badly I need help; this is what I have consumed this morning thus far:

- Breakfast Sandwich - whole egg, whole wheat toast, tomatoes, onion, 1 slice of sharp cheddar cheese, 3 slices of hickory smoked turkey breast, 3 slices of off-the-bone ham and iceberg lettuce.

- Small Buttered Toffee Cappuccino

- Green Tea Vitamin Water & a 16 oz. bottle of SmartWater

 ???


absolutely nothing wrong with that meal at all, what makes you think it's so bad? maybe you could get rid of the ham if you're trying to cut fat.


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Butterbean on February 04, 2009, 07:11:30 AM
I can tell right off the bat that I am not eating properly. After looking at the meals all of you are preparing; I am afraid to post what I consume.

This is definitely motivation to clean-up my eating habits. Just to show how badly I need help; this is what I have consumed this morning thus far:

- Breakfast Sandwich - whole egg, whole wheat toast, tomatoes, onion, 1 slice of sharp cheddar cheese, 3 slices of hickory smoked turkey breast, 3 slices of off-the-bone ham and iceberg lettuce.

- Small Buttered Toffee Cappuccino

- Green Tea Vitamin Water & a 16 oz. bottle of SmartWater

 ???


Oh my gosh that sandwich and cappuccino sound good!

But yeah, definitely not clean eating!


This is why I feel it's very important for you to try to eat clean first before taking any further steps into what you were thinking about.

Even if you did that stuff you were thinking about, I don't think it would get your body to to your goal w/o eating clean!

And I know you must realize that some of these people are NOT eating clean (Mike Arvilla!!), but it is fun and funny for them to post up their food ;D


It would be nice if someone was dieting for a show and posting, but if they are paying for their diet they probably couldn't post it up.

Mimi, I also want to tell you that even clean food tastes delicious!  Sometimes it's hard to realize how good it can be, but when is the last time you ate an apple?  Man, those are good!  Somehow to me they are better when I cut it into slices but there are foods we ignore thinking others taste better....sometimes that's true and sometimes it's not.

If you were dieting for a show you would be THRILLED to have as many steamed asparagus spears as you wanted.  I've been tending to roast vegetables recently tossed in a little olive or canola oil and Kosher Salt and Cracked Pepper.  The flavor of roasted vegetables are one of my favorites as far as vegetables go.

Please don't be afraid to post what you consume.  We can give you tips and suggestions to clean your meals up.  Once you do that and you start seeing differences in your body, you are no longer going to be "impatient and frustrated" as I think you said!


In place of your sandwich maybe have 3 egg whites on Ezekiel bread (or Mestermacher broken in half to make a sandwich) if you can find it...and keep the tomatoes and onion and maybe a slice or 3 of turkey (depending on how thin it is)!  That sounds good, doesn't it?


And replace that buttered toffee cappuccino w/black coffee or use stevia or something in it...sorry about that :)



Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Migs on February 04, 2009, 07:24:31 AM
meal 1: 5 egg whites, 1 whole egg scrambled, with mushrooms, italian herbs. One portion of oatmeal sprinkled with pumpkin pie spice and splenda.

Mimi6, you could probably skip the vitamin water and green tea vitamin water.  Stick with regual water and regular green tea.  It's cheaper and IMO those vitamin waters are overrated.


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Butterbean on February 04, 2009, 07:41:14 AM


Mimi6, you could probably skip the vitamin water and green tea vitamin water.  Stick with regual water and regular green tea.  It's cheaper and IMO those vitamin waters are overrated.

ARe they sweetened?  I don't know anything about them.


And Mimi, if you use reg. green tea like Migs said, and you like it sweetened, use something like stevia etc.


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Migs on February 04, 2009, 07:50:52 AM
many of them are sweetened.  Per regualr serving they generally have less sugar than regular soda, however most vitamin water bottles are larger so you end up drinking the same if not more sugar.  There are diet ones onthe market.  The other thing is that if you are just slamming one after a workout or aren't eating when you drink, the fat soluble vitamins aren't absorbed.  Stick with a multi-vitamin and a good diet for vitamins and save some cash. 


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Butterbean on February 04, 2009, 07:58:11 AM
  Stick with a multi-vitamin and a good diet for vitamins and save some cash. 

!  And less calories if she is drinking ones sweetened w/sugar


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Mimi6 on February 04, 2009, 08:00:15 AM
ARe they sweetened?  I don't know anything about them.


And Mimi, if you use reg. green tea like Migs said, and you like it sweetened, use something like stevia etc.


Thanks,

I love fruits & veggies!!! I just have a hard time knowing what to eat and what not to eat. Sometimes I get so busy that I forget to eat altogether. I will take all of your suggestions into consideration and begin making those changes.

The VitaminWaters have about 13g of sugar in them. I have tried stevia and I don't like it; maybe because I have become so accustomed to eating honey and regular sugar. I do try to limit my sugar & sodium consumption.



Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Migs on February 04, 2009, 08:14:11 AM
one thing that helps me is to prep all or most of my meals during one day of the week and portion it all out into tupperware.  Then just take it out and zap it.  Or prep (cut,dice, etc) all your veggies.  then when you come home you don't have to worry about it and throw it togeter in a stirfry or whatever meal you make.


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Mimi6 on February 04, 2009, 08:20:19 AM
one thing that helps me is to prep all or most of my meals during one day of the week and portion it all out into tupperware.  Then just take it out and zap it.  Or prep (cut,dice, etc) all your veggies.  then when you come home you don't have to worry about it and throw it togeter in a stirfry or whatever meal you make.

I have thought about that, it is just hard sometimes to make meals for me and then meals for the rest of my family. My book came in the mail; The Clean-Eating Diet Cookbook. I will start looking through it to get some ideas for cleaner meals. From what I can tell thus far; she has a lot of ingredients that I don't keep in the house. I guess I have to go shopping ???


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Butterbean on February 04, 2009, 08:43:29 AM
I have thought about that, it is just hard sometimes to make meals for me and then meals for the rest of my family. My book came in the mail; The Clean-Eating Diet Cookbook. I will start looking through it to get some ideas for cleaner meals. From what I can tell thus far; she has a lot of ingredients that I don't keep in the house. I guess I have to go shopping ???

I would try some of those recipes for sure.

If too many of them are "weird" to you, you may want to look at something like a "Cooking Light" cookbook.  They also have a monthly mag I think.  Lots regular foods etc. in there.

I've gotten some pretty good recipes and recipe ideas from that CookBook.


I would also pick up the latest Clean Eating Magazine at your grocery.  It's got some good looking (and not too weird) recipes in there this month!


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Butterbean on February 04, 2009, 09:16:26 AM
Mimi, check out the Nutrition board there is a thread on a lawsuit against Vitamin Water, just fyi.


Also that is a good place to ask questions on nutrition. 


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Migs on February 04, 2009, 10:04:37 AM
meal 2: too late though in the day.  170 grams cottage cheese, pear, water
meal 3: will be a met-rx bar since i am running around today


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Butterbean on February 04, 2009, 11:12:55 AM
Mimi I am posting this here in hopes that you'll see it

I am trying to send you a PM in response to your last one but it won't go through.  I wonder if you inadvertantly "blocked" people from sending you PMs? 

Please PM me if you get me unblocked!


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: QuakerOats on February 04, 2009, 12:58:26 PM
people who separate the yokes from the whites can eat my shorts !

                             >:(
i agree with this, the negligible amount of fat you get in the yolk is well worth the protein and other nutrients in it, yolks are good for you.


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Andy Griffin on February 04, 2009, 12:59:52 PM
i agree with this, the negligible amount of fat you get in the yolk is well worth the protein and other nutrients in it, yolks are good for you.

Plus, they go better with bacon.


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Eyeball Chambers on February 04, 2009, 04:11:24 PM
;D

This bread is very thin...wouldn't be good for French Toast!

Here is a pic (this is of a pkg of rye) but you can't tell how thin it is...maybe tomorrow I will try to remember to take a pic of my breakfast

I like the Rye, the Sunflower Seed, the Fitness Bread...etc..they all taste similar...very good





Looks delicious IMO lol, but I really can't eat gluten.  :(


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Migs on February 04, 2009, 06:02:25 PM
meal 4: beef stew and water


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: tonymctones on February 04, 2009, 09:07:23 PM
I can tell right off the bat that I am not eating properly. After looking at the meals all of you are preparing; I am afraid to post what I consume.

This is definitely motivation to clean-up my eating habits. Just to show how badly I need help; this is what I have consumed this morning thus far:

- Breakfast Sandwich - whole egg, whole wheat toast, tomatoes, onion, 1 slice of sharp cheddar cheese, 3 slices of hickory smoked turkey breast, 3 slices of off-the-bone ham and iceberg lettuce.

- Small Buttered Toffee Cappuccino

- Green Tea Vitamin Water & a 16 oz. bottle of SmartWater

 ???


well this post should make you feel better then

Meal one protein shake and pineapple

Meal two quiznos LOL im not gonna go into what i ate lets just say it wasnt great

meal 3 grilled chicken sandwich

meal 4 protein shake

Worked today which is good b/c works been slow lately but that means i eat like crap for lunch for the most part. Ill work again tomorrow so ill try and do better for lunch and maybe take a protein shake for a snack.


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Butterbean on February 05, 2009, 06:58:41 AM
Day 4

Meal 1
5 whites, ~1/2 yolk
toasted sunflower seed bread w/butter spray, ~1/4 t. cherry preserves
coffee

Meal 2
sandwich on sunflower seed bread w/turkey breast, red onion, tomato, basil leaves and fat free mayo

Meal 3
bowl crunchy corn bran w/skim milk

Meal 4
Cheddar cheese and crackers
Chardonney
hoping no one notices this one

Meal 5
scallops grilled w/pesto, roasted asparagus spears, parmesan cous cous, all drizzled w/Roland 4 leave balsamic vinegar


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Migs on February 06, 2009, 07:33:21 AM
meal 1: raisin bran, banana, 1% milk


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Butterbean on February 06, 2009, 09:39:16 AM
5

Meal 1
5 whites, 1/2 yolk
toasted sunflower seed bread w/butter spray and 1/4 t. cherry preserves






Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Butterbean on February 06, 2009, 09:39:36 AM
MIGS DO WE GET WEEKENDS OFF OF THIS THING!!! :'(


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: michael arvilla on February 06, 2009, 09:59:14 AM
MIGS DO WE GET WEEKENDS OFF OF THIS THING!!! :'(
How do i say this nicely.................. ......?
Day 4

Meal 1
5 whites, ~1/2 yolk
toasted sunflower seed bread w/butter spray, ~1/4 t. cherry preserves
coffee

Meal 2
sandwich on sunflower seed bread w/turkey breast, red onion, tomato, basil leaves and fat free mayo

Meal 3
bowl crunchy corn bran w/skim milk

Meal 4
Cheddar cheese and crackers
Chardonney
hoping no one notices this one

Meal 5
scallops grilled w/pesto, roasted asparagus spears, parmesan cous cous, all drizzled w/Roland 4 leave balsamic vinegar...
...
This is would be heaven to me right now!!!!! (Cheese and crackers!!!  Milk and Cereal!~!!!! yummy!! actual bread!!!  Mayo!!!  ........................ .............
even "boozing it"  lol
From a "normal persons" perspective this is a strict diet,from a pre-contest bb's perspective this looks like a "slice of Heaven!"
OMG!!!!...........is that Pasta in there also!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: michael arvilla on February 06, 2009, 10:05:35 AM
There are more carbs in that "one day sample menu" then i get all week!
(and yes i AM jealous LOL!!)



 :'(


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Butterbean on February 06, 2009, 10:13:57 AM

...
This is would be heaven to me right now!!!!! (Cheese and crackers!!!  Milk and Cereal!~!!!! yummy!! actual bread!!!  Mayo!!!  ........................ .............
even "boozing it"  lol
From a "normal persons" perspective this is a strict diet,from a pre-contest bb's perspective this looks like a "slice of Heaven!"
OMG!!!!...........is that Pasta in there also!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Yeah, the wine and cheese and crackers are no nos but hey, I'm not dieting for a show.

I did eat bread when I dieted for my show though!

You sound like you are...if so, what show and when?


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: michael arvilla on February 06, 2009, 10:33:17 AM
Yeah, the wine and cheese and crackers are no nos but hey, I'm not dieting for a show.

I did eat bread when I dieted for my show though!

You sound like you are...if so, what show and when?

Sorry...............don't mean to ruin this thread (but when i saw that diet i was salivating!!!!) been on low carbs for awhile now (50 grams or less a day)
show is called "The Sunshine Classic" March .......(laura knows exact day/date)
My diet is all protein it seems (and i FAWKING LOVE CARBS!!!!!)
2 cups egg whites,2 cans of tuna,Protein Powder,and that's really about all  lol
repeat every 3 hours
(ugh!)
like i said im jealous (and Hungry!)


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Butterbean on February 06, 2009, 10:36:47 AM
Sorry...............don't mean to ruin this thread (but when i saw that diet i was salivating!!!!) been on low carbs for awhile now (50 grams or less a day)
show is called "The Sunshine Classic" March .......(laura knows exact day/date)
My diet is all protein it seems (and i FAWKING LOVE CARBS!!!!!)
2 cups egg whites,2 cans of tuna,Protein Powder,and that's really about all  lol
repeat every 3 hours
(ugh!)
like i said im jealous (and Hungry!)

No worries I understand ;D

Is the show by you?  "STAY FOCUSED!"   ;D


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: michael arvilla on February 06, 2009, 10:41:11 AM
No worries I understand ;D

Is the show by you?  "STAY FOCUSED!"   ;D
yea that's what we love about Florida (all the shows are right in our hometown literally 5 mins away!
back home they were always in the city (Boston) or up in east-bumblefawk NH/MAINE (Ripitupcountry! lol)
thanx Stella!!!!

 ;) :)


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Migs on February 06, 2009, 12:34:21 PM
MIGS DO WE GET WEEKENDS OFF OF THIS THING!!! :'(

hmmm, sure for you, i might have a cheat meal.

meal 2: turkey sandwhich with mustard and high fiber bread

meal 3: happy family chinese meal, had to eat with the family.


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Butterbean on February 06, 2009, 02:45:24 PM
hmmm, sure for you, i might have a cheat meal.


Thank you Migs you are very kind :)


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: QuakerOats on February 06, 2009, 07:16:35 PM
Sorry...............don't mean to ruin this thread (but when i saw that diet i was salivating!!!!) been on low carbs for awhile now (50 grams or less a day)
show is called "The Sunshine Classic" March .......(laura knows exact day/date)
My diet is all protein it seems (and i FAWKING LOVE CARBS!!!!!)
2 cups egg whites,2 cans of tuna,Protein Powder,and that's really about all  lol
repeat every 3 hours
(ugh!)
like i said im jealous (and Hungry!)

hey Mike have you ever tried a Palumbo type thing and going zero carb but adding in a bunch of good fats, nuts, olive oil, etc. with the protein, might curb the craving for the carbs.


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: michael arvilla on February 07, 2009, 03:22:59 PM
hey Mike have you ever tried a Palumbo type thing and going zero carb but adding in a bunch of good fats, nuts, olive oil, etc. with the protein, might curb the craving for the carbs.

 no never have (mention it to larry (LLES) for me tho will ya?

im dying here lol!!     

 


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Laura Lee on February 07, 2009, 07:16:54 PM
no never have (mention it to larry (LLES) for me tho will ya?

im dying here lol!!     

 
You're looking good babe.  ;)  :-*


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: QuakerOats on February 07, 2009, 07:53:47 PM
no never have (mention it to larry (LLES) for me tho will ya?

im dying here lol!!     

 
i'm sure he'd agree with it, Rip did the same thing for one of her shows and she said it helped her craving for carbs big time, i remember Blockhead using that diet too.


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: The BEAST on February 09, 2009, 08:45:26 AM
hey Mike have you ever tried a Palumbo type thing and going zero carb but adding in a bunch of good fats, nuts, olive oil, etc. with the protein, might curb the craving for the carbs.

a bunch might be overestimating just a bit :)  although I have to say I didn't crave the carbs nearly as much on his diet


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Migs on February 09, 2009, 10:10:16 AM
meal 1: six egg whites 1 yolk, 2 ounces turkey meat, 1% milk


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: michael arvilla on February 09, 2009, 10:10:31 AM
You're looking good babe.  ;)  :-*
Thx Babe!!!  (50 grams or less of carbs for this extended period of time is causing me to have bad headaches/irritability,zero energy and just feeling like crap)


sooo.................... must be working right?

 ;D


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Butterbean on February 09, 2009, 11:44:34 AM
Meal 1

5 whites, 1/2 yolk
toasted mesterwhatever fitness bread w/butter spray and 1/4 t. cherry preserves


Meal 2
chicken breast
sweet potato
balsamic vinegar

Meal 3
1/3 cup fresh blackberries
Romaine salad w/chicken breast, red onion, tomato, garlic expressions dressing
glass cabernet :-\


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Butterbean on February 09, 2009, 11:46:05 AM
Thx Babe!!!  (50 grams or less of carbs for this extended period of time is causing me to have bad headaches/irritability,zero energy and just feeling like crap)


sooo.................... must be working right?

 ;D
Mike are you posting progress pics anywhere?


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Migs on February 09, 2009, 02:04:21 PM
meal 2: met-rx bar, water

meal 3:  will be meatballs, 3/4 cup fettucini


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Butterbean on February 10, 2009, 07:14:43 AM
Meal 1
5 whites, 1/2 yolk
Fitness toast w/butter spray and 1/4 t. cherry preserves
coffee

Meal 2
chicken breast
sweet potato
balsamic vinegar

cup "diet" hot chocolate

Meal 3
chopped tomato w/garlic expressions
chicken breast
low fat creamed spinach

Meal 4
some chunks of chicken breast from my husband's meal that had a little peanut sauce on them..and maybe a few rice noodles :-\

mug sugar-free hot cider


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Migs on February 10, 2009, 04:55:09 PM
meal 1: 1/2 roast chicken, brocoli, high fiber bread
meal 2: 1/2 roast chicken, brocoli soup, small potato with promise


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Butterbean on February 11, 2009, 06:23:50 AM
Meal 1
3 whites
1/3 c. oatmeal w/scoop protein power w/butter spray and drizzle of sugar-free maple syrup

Meal 2
granola bar :-\

Meal 3
salmon salad on greens, w/tomatoes, croutons :-\ , balsamic vinagrette

Meal 4
5 Hershey's treasures.... :-\ I got mad and ate them after hearing some idiot left a dog and a puppy in the rain w/no shelter in a thunderstorm (they are now inside)

Maybe this shows I am an emotional eater.  I hope I don't get mad again tomorrow as there are still many treasures left in the bag!  

Meal 5
chicken fajitas w/red pepper and red onion strips, light teriyake, 1 green onion high fiber tortilla and wine


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Laura Lee on February 11, 2009, 09:27:12 AM
Today for me:

5:30am (after cardio): 2 scoops vanilla isolate with 1/2 packet oatmeal, 1 tsp grapenuts & half container of no sugar added cranberry lowfat yogurt.

9:30am: 1/2 wheat bagel w/ 1/2 tsp fat free cream cheese

12:30pm: going down to cafe right now to get grilled chicken breast, broccoli and brown rice.

:)


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Migs on February 11, 2009, 06:34:29 PM
meal 1: 6" subway italian on flat bread

Meal 2: dbl whopper with cheese, fries

i don't want to hear it.


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Butterbean on February 11, 2009, 08:35:25 PM
meal 1: 6" subway italian on flat bread

Meal 2: dbl whopper with cheese, fries

i don't want to hear it.
WORD >:(


Sometimes we have these days and this was one for me too Migs.


OK, tomorrow, we'll see if we can do a little better.  Good job my friend!


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Migs on February 12, 2009, 06:25:12 AM
yeah I was working on a house, installing doors, cabinets, getting the floors ready.  My friend bought subway.  Then I got done late there and had to shower and rush to night class to take my first exam.  It was not a well planned day for me.  Hell this week hasn't been too good as far as planning.   :'(

oh and the leaving of the dog and puppy outside  >:( >:( >:( >:( >:(

jerks don't deserve to have a pet!


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Butterbean on February 12, 2009, 09:51:15 AM
Meal 1
6 whites, fitness toast w/butter spray and 1/4 t. cherry preserves

Meal 2
Peanut butter chocolate Whey Gourmet protein shake w/dollop of fat-free whipped cream :)


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: michael arvilla on February 12, 2009, 12:32:02 PM
"subway.."5 Hershey's"...."cherry preserves" ..."whipped cream" ... "Whoppers"  "large french fries"............are u guys dieting or not?!?!?!?

toughen up people!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-qR0Uke2XNI


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Butterbean on February 12, 2009, 01:42:00 PM

"subway.."5 Hershey's"...."cherry preserves" ..."whipped cream" ... "Whoppers"  "large french fries"............are u guys dieting or not?!?!?!?




So Migs and I intend to start eating better starting today and thought that being held accountable by posting everything we eat and drink would help us to stick to a clean-eating plan.




See we "intend to start eating better" ..........that leaves it open to all kinds of interpretation :D

I've stopped eating desert after lunch.  See, that's "better" :) 

I thought about changing "clean-eating plan" to "cleaner eating plan" but thought you might catch me!


yeah writing it down really helps.  Faucet installation is easy.  A plumber will charge you too much to install it.  you need some basic tools and a little patience.  they have instructions with the faucets and the home depot guy/gal will help you get any other needed stuff.  take a look or better yet a pic of your set up (faucet and guts underneath) and make sure you know the measurement of the holes so that when you buy the new faucet you get one that is spaced correctly.  Then show the home depot person, this will help if he/she asks you any questions.

I hope those guys get busted/fined.  No excuse to do that to doggies, or any animal
Thanks for the faucet info Migs.

I went by there today.  No dogs outside.  My friends own the house next to it and they intend to purchase this one also as soon as it is possible (I guess the owner is in prison right now).  They think that the people that had the dogs were cleaning it out or something and don't live there.  But we'll see. 


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: michael arvilla on February 12, 2009, 01:50:30 PM
lol were on page 4 here................the diets/eating seems to be getting worse not better

(save for 1 or 2 people)

im not really sure what the purpose is?

(not trying to offend just being honest)


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Butterbean on February 12, 2009, 01:55:55 PM
lol were on page 4 here................the diets/eating seems to be getting worse not better

(save for 1 or 2 people)

im not really sure what the purpose is?

(not trying to offend just being honest)
The purpose is to eat better because you know you'll have to post what you eat.  Everyone has an off day(ssss) here and there ;D

My workout partner says if she writes down what she eats (even if she doesn't show anyone), she'll eat better than usual that day.  I agree....but see, we're not dieting for a show so we're not being that strict.  Plus, I think in the beginning the intentions are strong.  And Mondays I'm pretty strong but tend to weaken as the week goes on :-\


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: michael arvilla on February 12, 2009, 02:02:56 PM
The purpose is to eat better because you know you'll have to post what you eat.  Everyone has an off day(ssss) here and there ;D

My workout partner says if she writes down what she eats (even if she doesn't show anyone), she'll eat better than usual that day.  I agree....but see, we're not dieting for a show so we're not being that strict.  Plus, I think in the beginning the intentions are strong.  And Mondays I'm pretty strong but tend to weaken as the week goes on :-\

   Gotcha!!........................ . ;)


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Butterbean on February 12, 2009, 02:04:15 PM
   Gotcha!!........................ . ;)
:)

Hey Mike, are you posting progress pics of you anywhere?


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Migs on February 12, 2009, 04:16:59 PM
meal 1: lean ground beef, jalapenos, tomato, diced potato, lettuce wrap
meal 2: met-rx bar
meal 3: flank steak, zucchini, new potato


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Migs on February 16, 2009, 09:11:51 AM
meal 1: 5 eggwhite, 1 whole egg, sauteed mushrooms

meal 2: 1/2 cup pasta, flank steak


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Butterbean on February 16, 2009, 10:44:02 AM
Meal 1
5 whites, 1/2 yolk
pumpernickle toast w/butter spray & 1/8 t. cherry preserves

Meal 2
chicken breast
sweet potato
balsamic vinegar

Meal 3
salad of greens w/balsamic vinagrette, roasted red peppers and cucumbers
salad of greens w/salmon, red onion, tomatoes, feta cheese, some other vinagrette
champagne


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Andy Griffin on February 16, 2009, 10:51:34 AM
Meal 1
5 whites, 1/2 yolk
pumpernickle toast w/butter spray & 1/8 t. cherry preserves

Meal 2
chicken breast
sweet potato
balsamic vinegar

This is what I had...

(http://www.invokemedia.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/07/roast-baconater-202.jpg)

See, by removing the bottom bun from the Baconater, and the top bun from the Arby's Roast Beef, I knocked off a few calories.


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Butterbean on February 16, 2009, 11:16:46 AM


See, by removing the bottom bun from the Baconater, and the top bun from the Arby's Roast Beef, I knocked off a few calories.
Have you tried the spicy baconator?


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Andy Griffin on February 16, 2009, 01:57:00 PM
Have you tried the spicy baconator?

Not yet...I'm watching my diet.


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Butterbean on February 16, 2009, 02:38:48 PM
Not yet...I'm watching my diet.
haha!


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Andy Griffin on February 16, 2009, 03:25:58 PM
haha!

I seriously am...because I only got medium fries instead of large, and I got a Diet Coke with my Baconater/Arby's Roast Beef. 


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Butterbean on February 17, 2009, 07:06:56 AM
I seriously am...because I only got medium fries instead of large, and I got a Diet Coke with my Baconater/Arby's Roast Beef. 
Good job!


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Andy Griffin on February 17, 2009, 04:43:17 PM
Good job!

Any pretense of discipline is out the window after I received today's delivery at the office:

(http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_IY3dWdAYLao/R8yxB3IbGpI/AAAAAAAAAhg/ofTeGfOsP_s/s400/girl_scout_cookies_thin_mints.png)

I like to keep them in the freezer and eat them cold. 


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Butterbean on February 17, 2009, 08:20:49 PM
Any pretense of discipline is out the window after I received today's delivery at the office:


I like to keep them in the freezer and eat them cold. 
Yes.  Thankfully you don't need discipline as the Girl Scouts have it all mapped out for you.  When you finish a sleeve of cookies you are done for that sitting :)


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Butterbean on February 17, 2009, 08:22:52 PM

Meal 1
5 whites, 1/2 yolk
pumpernickle toast w/butter spray sprinkled w/cinnamon-splenda

Meal 2
chicken breast
brussels sprouts

Meal 3
salad of greens w/balsamic vinagrette, roasted red peppers and cucumbers
salad of greens w/salmon, red onion, tomatoes, feta cheese, some other vinagrette
cabernet


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Migs on February 17, 2009, 08:34:10 PM
shouldn't you be sleeping?


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Butterbean on February 17, 2009, 08:35:31 PM
shouldn't you be sleeping?
If you mean me yes I'm going that way right now. Night Migs :)


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Andy Griffin on February 18, 2009, 02:24:54 AM
Yes.  Thankfully you don't need discipline as the Girl Scouts have it all mapped out for you.  When you finish a sleeve of cookies you are done for that sitting :)

Easier said than done...

Actually, I really don't have much of a "sweet tooth" but I enjoy the thin mints once in a while.


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Laura Lee on February 18, 2009, 07:18:15 AM
Let's see.  So far today:

Meal 1 (5:30am after cardio): 1/2 packet oatmeal with 1/2 cup no sugar added yogurt and 1 scoop of vanilla whey (36 grams protein).  A cup of coffee with sugar free non-dairy creamer and stevia. 

Mean 2 (9:30am): 1 1/2 cups low-fat cottage cheese.  A cup of coffee with sugar free non-dairy creamer and packet of sweet-n-low.  Water


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Butterbean on February 18, 2009, 10:56:05 AM
Meal 1
5 whites, 1/2 yolk
pumpernickle toast w/butter spray 1/2 sprinkled w/cinnamon-splenda

Meal 2
chicken breast
raw carrots, cauli, broc, celery, tomatoes w/hummus

Meal 3
small handful of mixed nuts

Meal 4
chopped raw tomato, chopped raw red onion, hot chicken breast, sprinkle of feta cheese w/garlic expressions


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: powerpack on February 18, 2009, 11:46:39 AM
So far today

1) Bran, milk and a Protein shake
2) Apple
3) MRP
4) Apple
5) Chicken breast with pasta and steamed veg

The something went wrong and I had
1) Snickers bar, Mint and Dark chocolate Malted puffs, Mega ice cream..........  >:(  ;D  >:(  ;D  >:(
I then bought my wife a chocolate cover muffin because I felt so bad and I ate that too  :D


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: QuakerOats on February 18, 2009, 01:17:29 PM
So far today

1) Bran, milk and a Protein shake
2) Apple
3) MRP
4) Apple
5) Chicken breast with pasta and steamed veg

The something went wrong and I had
1) Snickers bar, Mint and Dark chocolate Malted puffs, Mega ice cream..........  >:(  ;D  >:(  ;D  >:(
I then bought my wife a chocolate cover muffin because I felt so bad and I ate that too  :D
are you a man or woman?


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Butterbean on February 18, 2009, 02:16:15 PM
are you a man or woman?
lol I know pp is a man but I was just thinking that because of all the sweets ;D


I then bought my wife a chocolate cover muffin because I felt so bad and I ate that too  :D

hahaha classic  ;D


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Migs on February 18, 2009, 07:04:22 PM
meal 1: beef patty, potato

meal 2" red beans & rice, grilled lamb chops   ;D


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: powerpack on February 19, 2009, 03:59:03 AM
are you a man or woman?
A man, I am trying to get my weight down again, I put on a fair bit last year being on the road and living out of Hotels the whole time.
I just got back last week after spending 8 weeks in another country again.


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Butterbean on February 19, 2009, 06:16:07 AM
Meal 1
5 whites, 1/2 yolk
pumpernickle toast w/butter spray, 1/8 t. cherry preserves



Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Laura Lee on February 20, 2009, 01:32:41 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JVjWPclrWVY


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Migs on February 21, 2009, 04:11:33 PM
meal 1: oatmeal, banana
meal 2: rice and pork
meal 3: tongue and sauteed potatoes


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Butterbean on February 22, 2009, 04:37:47 PM

meal 3: tongue

Not to knock your food but....













Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Migs on February 22, 2009, 07:03:52 PM
Not to knock your food but....


pfft, it is very good when made right.  I know it's not typical.  I grew up eating that, liver, chicken gizzards. 


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Butterbean on February 23, 2009, 12:01:40 PM
pfft, it is very good when made right.  I know it's not typical.  I grew up eating that, liver, chicken gizzards. 
My mom eats those things.

She also made us eat tongue once and told us later what it was.  Another time she was cooking one but I lifted up the lid of the pot, saw what it was and refused to eat it and she never tried to slip it to me again :P


Meal 1
5 whites, 1/2 yolk
pumpernickle toast w/butter spray, 1/8 t. cherry preserves

Meal 2
low carb/high fiber tortilla w/chicken breast, pico, hummus

Meal 3
small bowl Special K Protein Plus cereal, skim milk

Meal 4
chick breast w/fig preserves and procuitto  :-\  , roasted brussels sprouts, ~2 T. hummus


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: QuakerOats on February 23, 2009, 12:40:04 PM
brain sandwiches are a specialty in South St. Louis bars. :-X

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fried-brain_sandwich


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Butterbean on February 23, 2009, 01:44:59 PM
brain sandwiches are a specialty in South St. Louis bars. :-X

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fried-brain_sandwich
Oh dear.   :-[


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Migs on February 23, 2009, 01:58:06 PM
My mom eats those things.

She also made us eat tongue once and told us later what it was.  Another time she was cooking one but I lifted up the lid of the pot, saw what it was and refused to eat it and she never tried to slip it to me again :P


Meal 1
5 whites, 1/2 yolk
pumpernickle toast w/butter spray, 1/8 t. cherry preserves

Meal 2
low carb/high fiber tortilla w/chicken breast, pico, hummus

Meal 3
small bowl Special K Protein Plus cereal, skim milk


we slow cook it and then slice it, very tasty and tender.  gizzards and rice is very good too.  Ate liver and onions, I still get a hankering for that every once in a while.  As for brains, not very appealing to me.  My mom used to make it with scrambled eggs.  No real taste to it.  I don't do sweet breads though. 

meal 1: oatmeal, 5 egg whites, one yolk

Meal 2: half a sweet potato, steamed brocoli, grilled steak


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Butterbean on February 24, 2009, 11:02:21 AM
Meal 1
3 egg whites, 1/3 c. oatmeal w/small scoop vanilla protein powder, ground cinnamon & butter spray

Meal 2
egg whites, pumpernickle toast, butter spray, ~1/8 t. cherry preserves

Garbage Snack
Ice Cream
Butterscotch chips
100 cal organic choc cake
...wonder if Migs will see this

Meal 3
High fiber, low carb tortilla w/orange roughy and homemade guac.  Could only eat 1/2 for some reason (maybe because of the earlier garbage snack)
chardonney

not a good day


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Migs on February 24, 2009, 11:22:02 AM
meal 1: left over tongue, bag of popcorn.

 :(


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Butterbean on February 24, 2009, 11:29:15 AM
meal 1: left over tongue, bag of popcorn.

 :(
tongue for breakfast?  You are hardcore :-X


There will be slip-ups (and outright rebellion) now and then.  It keeps us sane. 

That meal is super clean compared to what I ate this weekend.   :-[


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Migs on February 24, 2009, 11:31:06 AM
lol.  well i just ate it.  I woke up late, wasn't hungry and went to the gym.  Then ate it.  I have to go shopping, the fridge is bare.


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Butterbean on February 25, 2009, 11:20:55 AM
Meal 1
5 egg whites, pumpernickle toast w/ground cinnamon & butter spray

Meal 2
leftover High fiber, low carb tortilla w/orange roughy and homemade guac.  usually good but bleech.

Meal 3
handful of mixed nuts

Meal 4
Lobster ravioli w/alfredo sauce and garlic bread

THis week is not going well lol



Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: powerpack on February 26, 2009, 07:55:29 AM
Yesterday
Meal 1 Dagwood with chips and Mega coffee
Meal 2 300 Gram Fillet steak with chips, chocolate brownie and cream desert and a couple of cups of Joe.

Today
Meal 1 Bacon, sausage,eggs, toast and coffee
Meal 2 200 Gram Steak with Madagascar sauce and chips, coffee
Meal 3 Tomato stew with rice

Oh and I only drank diet coke when I was away  ;D


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Butterbean on February 26, 2009, 10:48:00 AM
Yesterday
Meal 1 Dagwood

Please describe this Dagwood!


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: CalvinH on February 26, 2009, 10:51:42 AM
Please describe this Dagwood!




Works for Mr.Dithers,has a hot wife,likes to nap,has a funny hair cut...


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Butterbean on February 26, 2009, 10:53:32 AM



Works for Mr.Dithers,has a hot wife,likes to nap,has a funny hair cut...
I think it's a sammich you nerd!


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: CalvinH on February 26, 2009, 10:56:19 AM
I think it's a sammich you nerd!



I'm the nerd but you knew what I was talking about ;)



 :D


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Butterbean on February 26, 2009, 10:56:55 AM
 ;D


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: powerpack on February 26, 2009, 08:30:10 PM
STella
A Dagwood is a double decker burger on toasted bread
Bottom layer is Beef and cheese, top layer is bacon and egg.


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Butterbean on February 27, 2009, 06:14:00 AM
STella
A Dagwood is a double decker burger on toasted bread
Bottom layer is Beef and cheese, top layer is bacon and egg.
oooo!



Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: powerpack on February 27, 2009, 07:52:28 AM
oooo!


Not that big you nerdette (that is a female nerd)  ;D


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Migs on February 27, 2009, 09:36:14 AM
i haven't eaten yet.  feeling to down.


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Butterbean on February 27, 2009, 01:21:32 PM
i haven't eaten yet.  feeling to down.
:(
What's wrong Migs?


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Migs on February 27, 2009, 01:38:44 PM
Struggling to find work.  almost time to pay bills and funds are dwindling quickly.  Just had an interview with Target, for a job that start out at $7.75 an hour.  It's better than nothing, but damn. I've applied to so many places it's not even funny.


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Andy Griffin on February 27, 2009, 02:12:12 PM
Struggling to find work.  almost time to pay bills and funds are dwindling quickly.  Just had an interview with Target, for a job that start out at $7.75 an hour.  It's better than nothing, but damn. I've applied to so many places it's not even funny.

I can appreciate your situation.  I've been there myself.  Keep striving.


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Migs on February 27, 2009, 05:02:20 PM
I think i might sell some blood, or drugs.  Seems like there is good money in selling drugs.


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: powerpack on February 27, 2009, 09:04:07 PM
I think i might sell some blood, or drugs.  Seems like there is good money in selling drugs.
The only easy money is drugs and guns............... if you can live to spend it.
Have you considered a sperm bank  :)
Hang in there bro


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Migs on February 28, 2009, 09:18:26 AM
Karl has the market pretty much cornered in that respect.


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Andy Griffin on February 28, 2009, 09:34:08 AM
Karl has the market pretty much cornered in that respect.

hahahahahahahaha

He has "flooded" the market, so to speak.  (after reading this thread, he cracked him one off)


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Butterbean on February 28, 2009, 01:12:38 PM
Struggling to find work.  almost time to pay bills and funds are dwindling quickly.  Just had an interview with Target, for a job that start out at $7.75 an hour.  It's better than nothing, but damn. I've applied to so many places it's not even funny.
I know that is a huge pay cut but I'm sure if you get the job Target will recognize your ability and potential and you could go places quickly!  Hope things get better fast Migs!


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Laura Lee on February 28, 2009, 04:53:26 PM
Meal 1
5 egg whites, pumpernickle toast w/ground cinnamon & butter spray

Meal 2
leftover High fiber, low carb tortilla w/orange roughy and homemade guac.  usually good but bleech.

Meal 3
handful of mixed nuts

Meal 4
Lobster ravioli w/alfredo sauce and garlic bread

THis week is not going well lol


:D  YUMMY


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Migs on February 28, 2009, 06:58:26 PM
I know that is a huge pay cut but I'm sure if you get the job Target will recognize your ability and potential and you could go places quickly!  Hope things get better fast Migs!

we'll see.  Pretty much scraping the bottom of the barrel.  I'm getting too old to have to start from scratch.  INteresting how i have a B.S and now working on 2 a.a degrees and the best I can hope fore is a low end hourly job.  I've even applied to caribou coffee, starbucks, panera bread and einstein bagels and cant get work there.  I have 12+ years of restaurant experience.  ARGH....needless to say this weeks food log is being burned.


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Andy Griffin on March 01, 2009, 05:23:03 AM
we'll see.  Pretty much scraping the bottom of the barrel.  I'm getting too old to have to start from scratch.  INteresting how i have a B.S and now working on 2 a.a degrees and the best I can hope fore is a low end hourly job.  I've even applied to caribou coffee, starbucks, panera bread and einstein bagels and cant get work there.  I have 12+ years of restaurant experience.  ARGH....needless to say this weeks food log is being burned.

1.  You are not "too old"  Ever hear of Colonel Sanders?
2.  A low end hourly job is not the "best you can hope for"...it may be all that is available today, but tomorrow could be different
3.  I'm not one of those like you find on the Business Board that act like reading a book will magically solve every problem you have, but I would recommend checking out "As A Man Thinketh" by James Allen (written in 1902...a self-help book before the genre existed)...it might be of some benefit


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Migs on March 01, 2009, 07:14:07 AM
1.  You are not "too old"  Ever hear of Colonel Sanders?
2.  A low end hourly job is not the "best you can hope for"...it may be all that is available today, but tomorrow could be different
3.  I'm not one of those like you find on the Business Board that act like reading a book will magically solve every problem you have, but I would recommend checking out "As A Man Thinketh" by James Allen (written in 1902...a self-help book before the genre existed)...it might be of some benefit

1. OK I feel too old to start all over.
2. I meant it in the context of the crap hole we call the current economy.
3. Hey I'm a mod on the business board  >:(  But i know what you mean. 

I'm just frustrated as hell.


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: powerpack on March 02, 2009, 03:47:26 AM
STella, I was thinking of you on Sunday when i was on the road.
So I bought a Dagwood to take a picture and show you  ;D


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Butterbean on March 02, 2009, 06:24:11 AM
STella, I was thinking of you on Sunday when i was on the road.
So I bought a Dagwood to take a picture and show you  ;D

That Dagwood looks yummy.....something about the egg makes it seem extra good :D


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Migs on March 02, 2009, 11:18:21 AM
meal 1:  raisin bran, 1% milk

meal 2: sauteed potatoes, mushrooms and steak


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Butterbean on March 03, 2009, 06:49:27 AM
Meal 1

5 whites, 1/2 yolk, pumpernickle toast w/butter spray and 1/8 t cherry preserves

Meal 2

high fiber wrap w/chick breat, pico, greens w/garlic expressions dressing

Meal 3

chick breast w/ ricotta and proscuitto, wine mushroom sauce, salad w/vinagrette and dry blue cheese, steamed broccoli, cabernet


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: powerpack on March 03, 2009, 11:10:27 AM
Meal 1

5 whites, 1/2 yolk, pumpernickle toast w/butter spray and 1/8 t cherry preserves


You need to get a REAL sammich STella. :-\


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Butterbean on March 04, 2009, 06:53:01 AM
You need to get a REAL sammich STella. :-\

I haven't been posting my weekend menus on here.  Maybe that's why anything I lose I gain again :-\   In fact, my regular menus show I've been eating whatever...   fail :-[


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Laura Lee on March 04, 2009, 09:08:57 AM
Todays menu:

Meal 1: 1/2 c oatmeal, 3oz no sugar added rasberry yogurt, 1 tsp grapenuts, 1 scoop vanilla whey.  1/2 cup coffee

Meal 2: 1 cup low fat cottage cheese.

Meal 3: Grilled chicken breast, sweet potato

Meal 4: Protein Bar or Shake

Meal 5:  Egg whites w/onions, pepper, mushroom

Meal 6: Protein Shake

YUP, it's that time.   ;D


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Migs on March 04, 2009, 09:10:39 AM
haven't eaten yet


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Butterbean on March 04, 2009, 01:02:20 PM


YUP, it's that time.   ;D

Show time??  Did you get a doctor's note of approval!!


haven't eaten yet

C'mon Migs, let's get that metabolism going!



Meal 1
5 whites, 1/2 yolk, pumpernic toast w/butter spray and 1/8 raspberry preserves

Meal 2
Small sweet potato w/a little goat cheese and a lot of fat free cottage cheese smashed into it
handful of nuts (mostly almonds)


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Laura Lee on March 04, 2009, 01:10:52 PM
Show time??  Did you get a doctor's note of approval!!

Well, he knows what I am doing.  It's going to be harder to diet because I have even more restrictions.  I guess I'm just going to do the best I can...that's all I can do.  So weird that the majority of things I can't have are things in a contest prep diet (brown rice, any and all wheat items, spinach, green beans, asparagus, broccoli, lettuce, peanut butter, all nuts in general, caffeine...man the list pisses me off.  >:(


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Butterbean on March 04, 2009, 01:18:34 PM
Well, he knows what I am doing.  It's going to be harder to diet because I have even more restrictions.  I guess I'm just going to do the best I can...that's all I can do.  So weird that the majority of things I can't have are things in a contest prep diet (brown rice, any and all wheat items, spinach, green beans, asparagus, broccoli, lettuce, peanut butter, all nuts in general, caffeine...man the list pisses me off.  >:(

That is going to be one tough diet!!


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Migs on March 04, 2009, 01:28:21 PM
meal 1: chicken breast, 5 egg whites, one yolk, piece of bread.  Blood sugar was at 237, argh so took my meds and shot up some insulin.

nothing else yet


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Migs on March 05, 2009, 09:36:49 AM
meal 1: 6 egg white, 1 yolk, packaet of cream of wheat. Blood sugar was at 215 before eating.. >:(


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Butterbean on March 05, 2009, 09:49:02 AM
meal 1: 6 egg white, 1 yolk, packaet of cream of wheat. Blood sugar was at 215 before eating.. >:(

Migs, what leve is our blood sugar supposed to be at?  Are you diabetic or something?


Meal 1
same as almost always

Meal 2
potato w/fat free cottage cheese and a little cream cheese :-[ smashed into it



Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Migs on March 05, 2009, 09:53:47 AM
Migs, what leve is our blood sugar supposed to be at?  Are you diabetic or something?

level should be between 70-115 I usually feel best within that range.  I am a type 2 diabetic.  Normally don't use insulin but sometimes i will if it gets too high. Sucks, i'm giving up hope.  My numbers are all over the place lately.  I take oral meds as well.   


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Butterbean on March 05, 2009, 10:00:05 AM
level should be between 70-115 I usually feel best within that range.  I am a type 2 diabetic.  Normally don't use insulin but sometimes i will if it gets too high. Sucks, i'm giving up hope.  My numbers are all over the place lately.  I take oral meds as well.   

Don't give up hope.  Do not get depressed.  You are having a rough go right now so feeling down is understandable...but this will end and things will improve!

Even though it is easier said than done I find when I get down if I try to focus on the good things in my life it helps to bring me out of the funk!    That and a caramel sundae :)


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Migs on March 05, 2009, 10:19:36 AM
Don't give up hope.  Do not get depressed.  You are having a rough go right now so feeling down is understandable...but this will end and things will improve!

Even though it is easier said than done I find when I get down if I try to focus on the good things in my life it helps to bring me out of the funk!    That and a caramel sundae :)

hmmm.  I find strawberry cheesecake to be a great defunker.


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Butterbean on March 05, 2009, 10:36:08 AM
 :D


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Butterbean on March 09, 2009, 08:44:33 AM
Migs are we still doing this?  Has it been 7 weeks yet :P


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Migs on March 09, 2009, 09:56:43 AM
sorry i got derailed lol.  only 5 weeks in  >:(

I'm ticked, I haven't lost a pound.  well actually just a pound.

meal 1: rasin bran, 1% milk

that's it so far.


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Butterbean on March 10, 2009, 06:11:52 AM
sorry i got derailed lol.  only 5 weeks in  >:(

I'm ticked, I haven't lost a pound.  well actually just a pound.

meal 1: rasin bran, 1% milk

that's it so far.

I think I lost in the beginning and then ran out of steam.  I will try to do better migs :(


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Migs on March 10, 2009, 08:01:37 AM
i need to d better myself.  It's been a little rough.  It's noon and I still haven't eaten...I might eat some Pho, sounds good right now even though it's going to be 80 degrees today.


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: powerpack on March 26, 2009, 12:14:19 AM
Breakfast: Cheese burger and chips with Mega coffee and hot chocolate to go
During the day: 2 liters of coke lite
Supper: Burger and chips with Mega coffee
During the drive home: Red Bull and coffee

I must really get my eating right when on the road  >:(


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: michael arvilla on March 26, 2009, 10:40:31 AM
Breakfast: Cheese burger and chips with Mega coffee and hot chocolate to go
During the day: 2 liters of coke lite
Supper: Burger and chips with Mega coffee
During the drive home: Red Bull and coffee

I must really get my eating right when on the road  >:(

looks great to me!!!!!!!


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: powerpack on April 17, 2009, 10:18:33 AM
I wont let this thread die.

Come on STella, other than 2 grilled cheese zonks....... what did you eat today

I had:
1) Bran and a Protein shake
2) Vegetarian Sushi 6 pieces
3) Savoury mince and smash

Protein shake after training , about a zillion cups of Joe


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Migs on April 17, 2009, 10:19:56 AM
this thread has been sentenced to execution!

especially since I just ate half a bag of reeses bunnies.


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: powerpack on April 17, 2009, 10:21:20 AM
this thread has been sentenced to execution!

especially since I just ate half a bag of reeses bunnies.

Whats that?


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Migs on April 17, 2009, 10:23:02 AM
reeses peanut butter easter bunnies.  just like peanut butter cups but shaped like bunnies. 


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Butterbean on April 17, 2009, 10:57:11 AM
I wont let this thread die.

Come on STella, other than 2 grilled cheese zonks....... what did you eat today


Bowl of Crunchy Corn Bran and skim milk for breakfast


Then w/the 2 grilled cheeses I had a small choc protein shake so it was like a choc. shake but a little healthier. 


this thread has been sentenced to execution!

I have to concur.

Migs + Stella = FAIL  :-[





Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Migs on April 17, 2009, 11:02:29 AM
wth is crunchy corn bran?  must be some weird norhern thing


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Butterbean on April 17, 2009, 11:04:24 AM
It's pretty good and not too bad for you...will scratch the cereal itch w/minimal damage compared to say...Lucky Charms.   

It kind of tastes like a "healthy" Quisp.




Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Migs on April 17, 2009, 11:09:01 AM
hmm ok.  never seen it.  i'll stick to cookie crisp, capn crunch and pancakes


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Butterbean on April 17, 2009, 11:11:30 AM
hmm ok.  never seen it.  i'll stick to cookie crisp, capn crunch and pancakes

It think you should give this a try.  Good stuff.


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: powerpack on April 17, 2009, 11:16:12 AM
STella my wife just made me a sammich that is worth trying.

Whole wheat toast
Fat free cottage cheese
Sweet chillie sauce

Not bad  :)


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Migs on April 17, 2009, 11:17:34 AM
everyone is weird


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Butterbean on April 17, 2009, 11:18:49 AM
STella my wife just made me a sammich that is worth trying.

Whole wheat toast
Fat free cottage cheese
Sweet chillie sauce

Not bad  :)
Sound pretty good!   :D


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Migs on April 17, 2009, 11:21:17 AM
um there is no meat, and all squishy.  Kinda like an egg salad sandwhich, but wetter.   :-[

i'm sure someone will think what i said was dirty


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: powerpack on April 17, 2009, 11:23:21 AM
um there is no meat, and all squishy.  Kinda like an egg salad sandwhich, but wetter.   :-[

i'm sure someone will think what i said was dirty

I see with you sex and food are on the same thought level  :)


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Migs on April 17, 2009, 11:24:42 AM
pretty much.  The primal needs, food, sex, shelter.  Didn't you read my reply to breast fetish form the other thread?


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: powerpack on April 17, 2009, 11:28:59 AM
pretty much.  The primal needs, food, sex, shelter.  Didn't you read my reply to breast fetish form the other thread?
No, I saw the one with the Brazillian steak fetish, the bunnies with peanut butter fetish, but no titty fetish  :)

Tell me which Reeses thingies taste better?
The ones shaped as cups or the ones shaped as bunnies.
This vexes me  ???


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Migs on April 17, 2009, 11:33:11 AM
No, I saw the one with the Brazillian steak fetish, the bunnies with peanut butter fetish, but no titty fetish  :)

Tell me which Reeses thingies taste better?
The ones shaped as cups or the ones shaped as bunnies.
This vexes me  ???

http://www.getbig.com/boards/index.php?topic=274335.msg3876787#msg3876787 (http://www.getbig.com/boards/index.php?topic=274335.msg3876787#msg3876787)

the cups are better, more peanut buttery


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: powerpack on April 18, 2009, 08:37:20 AM
Meal one at restaurant with wife this morning.

Croissant, back bacon, scrambled eggs, capuchino.
1/2 Waffle with berries and cream

Large packet of air roasted exotic nuts was two

Some kind of sammich my wife made was meal three

Not sure what number four will be


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Migs on April 18, 2009, 08:38:14 AM
2 fried eggs and white rice

that's it so far lol


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Butterbean on April 18, 2009, 08:40:20 AM
My standard breakfast today....although I almost had egg whites and sunflower bread w/cream cheese and smoked salmon


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Migs on April 18, 2009, 08:44:11 AM
do you own stock in ezekiel bread?  Never had it.  I just get bread fromthe local farmers market.  It is supposed to be organic and crap.  Although i don't hold much stake in organic food.  Way to expensive.


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Butterbean on April 18, 2009, 08:45:05 AM
do you own stock in ezekiel bread?  Never had it.  I just get bread fromthe local farmers market.  It is supposed to be organic and crap.  Although i don't hold much stake in organic food.  Way to expensive.

No...I do eat ezekiel bread but my breakfast bread is usually Mestermacher unless I'm out of it.


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Migs on April 18, 2009, 08:45:48 AM
wth is up with the names of these things you eat?


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Butterbean on April 18, 2009, 08:46:52 AM
wth is up with the names of these things you eat?

I don't know...I get the Mester bread at some specialty store...but you can get it online




Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Migs on April 18, 2009, 08:49:02 AM
hmm ok.  Looks expensive. I'm a cheap ass lol.  So looks like i won't be buying mesakilalalala bread any time soon


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: powerpack on April 18, 2009, 08:49:37 AM
wth is up with the names of these things you eat?
I was thinking the same thing but was being to polite to comment  :)


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Migs on April 18, 2009, 08:52:58 AM
i'll be the jerk.  I hear that's how you get the ladies anyway.


Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Butterbean on April 18, 2009, 08:55:13 AM



hmm ok.  Looks expensive. I'm a cheap ass lol.  So looks like i won't be buying mesakilalalala bread any time soon



Title: Re: EATING ACCOUNTABILITY THREAD
Post by: Migs on April 18, 2009, 08:58:52 AM
 ;D

you have some issues little lady