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Postby Ally » Mon Jul 09, 2007 6:56 pm

I was quite shocked at it....I couldn't find the packaging, so I don't know if I didn't catch how many serves per tub was in the one tub...I will check it out again at the supermarket next time I go...but 59 Calories is a big difference!!
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Postby madeline » Mon Jul 09, 2007 7:17 pm

Lunch/Dinner- Laksa with noodles (my bf made them thinking they were healthy for me, but I checked the pack and was like :shock: But I ate it anyway because he took the time to make them) sigh 2775kj . Hence why it's dinner too, I might have something small later.

Now- White tea with skim milk 100kj
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Postby zeedeveelgirl » Mon Jul 09, 2007 9:35 pm

Hey Ally just with that Le Rice, you'll find that in Calorie King it's a 180g tub or something, this is for the OLD Le Rice's. Recently they've redone them in 150g tubs and also made them lower kilojoule, so you might want to enter it in as a "Custom Food" because the Calorie King one isn't right :)

I LURV Le Rices, they're delicious heated up in the microwave!
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Postby SarahC » Mon Jul 09, 2007 10:28 pm

Add to my list a serve of almonds, two 25g slices of cheese, a piece of my protein banana bread and 100g diet yoghurt :roll:

Total about 7500kJ


Sassi - I made up the banana recipe myself (my poor bananas are threatening to die and I didn't want them to go to waste!). Here's what I did...
Ingredients were:
- Two medium bananas, mashed
- 50g soy protein isolate (Nature's Way, from the supermarket)
- 50g wheat protein isolate (you have to get it from http://www.passthetoast.com - I can't find it anywhere else)
- 20g egg white powder (I got it online as well from http://www.completehealth.com.au)
- 1 egg
- Sweeters, nutmeg & cinnamon
I just mixed up the lot and put it in a tin with baking paper. It took about 30 mins to cook on 180 degrees. I cut it into 12 pieces, ate two, put two in the pantry and the rest in the freezer
It is extreeeemely delicious (even if I do say so myself lol)
Per piece:
Energy 238 kJ
Protein 9.6g
Carb 2.9g
Fat 0.7g
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Postby madeline » Mon Jul 09, 2007 11:54 pm

Hehe I was good and only had another skim milk tea.

Today's total

Breakfast/Lunch- Gloria Jeans regular skinny latte, 6" chicken fillet subway on wheat (cheddar cheese, cucumber, tomato, carrot, extra pickles, extra olives, extra jalepenos, mayo and pepper) (387kj + 1644kj + 184kj for mayo) = 2215kj

Lunch/Dinner- Laksa with noodles 2775kj

Snack- Skim milk white tea x 2 (oh just checked calorie king they're only 75kj each... I thought they were 100!) 150kj

= 5140kj
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Postby sassi » Tue Jul 10, 2007 8:45 am

sarah - that sounds yum! thank you - i'll have to try that this weekend!
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Postby Pipsi » Tue Jul 10, 2007 9:22 am

Hey Madeline!

I made Laksa for dinner last night too (and a Laksa cup a soup for lunch!) I love Laksa!

The one I made is Asia at home..... I put prawns, lean chicken, green veges and bean sprouts in it. It was 2 serves and was about 1500 per serve. I didn't drink all the saucey soup stuff either.... So thats not too bad for dinner. Did he make it from scratch or use a packet mix type thing?

Theres a fabulous low fat Laksa recipe in Slimming and Health this month too!

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Postby Ally » Tue Jul 10, 2007 11:39 am

Hey Sarah is the soy protein isolate and the whey protein isolate is that a substitute for flour??
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Postby SarahC » Tue Jul 10, 2007 12:35 pm

Yeah, I don't use any real flour, just the wheat protein mixed in with something else like a protein powder or almond flour something like that. I tried using it on it's own to replace the flour in a recipe - not a good idea! But with other things it is great :) It's a great way to increase the protein in stuff that you bake, like in muffins you could replace some of the flour with wheat protein isolate.... there you go, protein muffins :)

Must stop thinking about muffins as it's making me hungry :P
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Postby Ally » Tue Jul 10, 2007 12:57 pm

thanks for that Sarah...I will have to keep that in mind....do you have a ratio...like if the recipe said 1 cup flour...how much would you substitute....
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Postby SarahC » Tue Jul 10, 2007 4:52 pm

I'm not sure, I'm still experimenting with it myself. If you put too much though it leaves an awful coating on your mouth, kind of sticky (luckily cured by drinking a couple of cups of tea lol). Maybe start with 1/4 cup at the most and work your way up... just so you can be sure that you will have an edible product at the end :lol:
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Postby Ally » Wed Jul 11, 2007 9:24 am

thanks Sarah!!
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