Thought I would share my healthy eating lunch with you.

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  1. buttons

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    Just had a great low calorie lunch. Two Rakusen's Matzos with a thin slice of ham with sliced tomato. Low calorie low fat what more could you ask from a filling lunch washed down with a cup of tea.......lovely jubbly(y)
    What is in your lunch box today....:)
     
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    Ham & tomato butty on small wholemeal bread & homemade tomato soup.
     
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    Err.......Banana
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    Oh and a cup of tea


    Mike
     
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    poached egg 2 slices of smoked bacon and chestnut mushrooms cooked in there own juices and a lovely lemon tea. :) Bill had the same but with 2 door stop slices of bread :)
     
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    Baked beans on toast.
     
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    When I was (very much) younger, my friend and I double-dated with Lloyd Rakusen and his friend!!!
     
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    Hot beans or cold. I prefer mine cold on hot toast....(y)
     
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    Home made carrot soup and cheese & tomato toastie.
     
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    Well well........was he related to the Matzo maker and how did the date go......;)
     
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    Homemade coleslaw with a little cheddar cheese grated on top.
     
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    tomato, lentil and red pepper soup with a slice of wholegrain multi seeded toast..
    was tempted with a few squares of chocolate for 'afters', but resisted..will have those this evening as a treat for being good at lunchtime..:D
     
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    Hot. Can't stand cold ones. Tomorrow's healthy lunch will be a cup of tea.
     
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    Sounds like the two after the five day.
     
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    Not sure if this was a good idea, making me feel hungry.......
     
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    An open fish finger (2) sandwich; yesterday was homemade carrot and chestnut soup. Hard to resist the Basic Sainsburys dark choc bars (36p!) that I know are sitting in the cupboard.
     
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    It's my fast day today. I've had a poached egg on a slice of toasted Burgen bread for lunch. For tea I'm having an Asda low and counted ready meal and a muller lite yoghurt. It takes me to just over 500 cals. ( I have to cook gammon egg , proper chips and beans for everyone else's tea too :()

    I've lost 12lb since the 5 th of January so it's working ! :laughing:
    Weigh in tomorrow. Hoping to reach a stone!
    Then I've only 1/2 a stone to my target.
    If anyone wants to join us funsters on the 5/2 diet group. Your more than welcome.
     
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    May one enquire, why you have given up fat Buttons? I see you said that somewhere else. It is an essential part of a balanced diet.

    Trans fats are indeed a health hazard, but butter isn't a trans fat. It's fine as long as the cows that produce the milk for it aren't fed with corn and muck like that. We don't tend to do that in the UK - more of an American problem. Most of ours eat grass when it's green or hay made from it, when it isn't.
     
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    Two Holland's meat pies. (y)
     
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    Homemade lentil and vegetable soup and an oatcake. Fast day today.(y)
     
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    The wifes away.. So it's fend for myself.. :(
    Just de-frosted a turkey curry we made after Christmas, really looking forward to it..

    Then when it was de-frosted turned out to be a soup... !!!!!
    Was still nice with a chunk of bread..
     
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