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Old 01-04-2013, 10:02 AM
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Old 01-04-2013, 10:14 AM
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I've been thinking of buying frozen cauliflower - I bought a head of cauliflower when I still worked at the produce company and got stuff at cost and it went moldy before I could do anything with it... so maybe I'll buy frozen cauliflower and then I can rice it into crust and stuff after it's thawed out? Will that work about as well as fresh cauliflower?
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2 eggs, sausage links, and a bunch of green onion, tomato, green pepper, and celery. NOM!

324 calories.
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Celery with eggs? Weird. The rest sounds bomb though.
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Celery with eggs? Weird. The rest sounds bomb though.
Yup! They usually put celery in like garden veggie omelets. I don't think celery tastes like much, but it adds some crunch.

I suck at eating veggies, this is part of my solution.
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Half of a donut and about a cup of skim milk for breakfast.
Not the healthiest, but it is good I limited the amount of donut I ate.

I really want to try the celery with eggs for lunch now...
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I probably wouldn't do just celery, lol. Put a bunch of veggies in it!

I wanted to add mushrooms too, but Ryan isn't a fan of mushrooms.
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well I haven't eaten yet but I am going to. Hannah had gymnastics so it was either coffee or breakfast and coffee always wins lol.

I'm drinking a glass of water first and then I think I'll just go simple with an over easy egg and an english muffin with a bit of butter.
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I've been eating a repulsive amount of carbs lately because it's sort of hard for me to keep much else down a lot of the time, and even though I think it's making me sluggish and tired, I don't think cutting out bread and stuff is a great idea.

I had an eggo waffle with peanut butter for breakfast.
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I've been thinking of buying frozen cauliflower - I bought a head of cauliflower when I still worked at the produce company and got stuff at cost and it went moldy before I could do anything with it... so maybe I'll buy frozen cauliflower and then I can rice it into crust and stuff after it's thawed out? Will that work about as well as fresh cauliflower?
You may wind up with a slightly wet crust. If its so wet that it wont form put it into cheese cloth and wring it out. Other wise wet just means longer cooking time.
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