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Postby molligrub » Wed Jul 18, 2007 10:19 pm

Breakfast = 2 slices soy and linseed toast, 130g baked beans, coffee.
MT = 1 orange, black tea
Lunch = 1 cup milo cereal, 1/2 cup lite milk. Coffee
AT = 2 cruskits and peanut butter, coffee. Diet jelly with some whipped cream.
Dinner = maccas roast beef deli roll
supper = tea. 1/2 serve tuna pasta bake on 2 saos.

Around 1700 cals.

I am gonna exercise my butt off!! Literally!!
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Postby Ally » Thu Jul 19, 2007 10:32 am

hehehe Kate you are a day early and I am a day behind!!! :P Just as well we balance each other out :wink: :wink:

YOur chicken burger sounded delish girl...I am gunna have me a chicken burger for dinner on the weekend!!!

well my sister took me out to lunch at our local yokel for my birthday... I knew it would be high in calories and I wasn't dissappointed :P , but still, I stayed within my calorie limit for the day so I was really :D with that!!

1 WW Apricot bar
1 coffee

Lunch: (out)
crumbed steak
roast sweet potato
roast potato
honey carrots
1 orange juice

1 pear
1 coffee
1 tea

2 egg omlete with
25g cheese,
50g chicken
tomato and onion
2 slices w/m toast

1 milo
200g l/f mango yoghurt

Water: 2.5L

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Postby kate_turner2000 » Thu Jul 19, 2007 11:21 am

sounds like you had great lunch ally, it would have been nice for you and your sister to have lunch together as well. yeah the chicken burger was delicious and quite filling as well. i grilled my chicken on the george foreman as well. sometimes its good to not have to cook big meals but home made burgers are easy and quick :) even heidi ate hers :shock:
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