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Old 01-09-2009, 17:19   #31
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Sounds like great meals Terrie!

Tonight I had a microwave omelet of 2 eggs, green and orange pepper, diced tomatoes, shredded carrots and minced onion

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Mmmmm, that sounds Good and healthy Cathy. I love sweet peppers in many of my meals.

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Today I had this lovely little granola bar with some yogurt for breakfast (well technically would be dinner to most or a midnight snack to most), then for lunch I came home and had leftover meatloaf. Not to sure what dinner will be tonite-- it is Jay's night to cook!! lol

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lunch:

150 gr oregano stewed tomatoes on toast (thank you Anthill ) with a slice of diet ZIZ melted on top
1 cup of warm milk

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with a slice of diet ZIZ melted on top
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Can you describe to what ZIZ is?? I'm shure it's nice.

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Can you describe to what ZIZ is?? I'm shure it's nice.
ZIZ cheese is a square slice of cheese, wrapped individually in plastic. You have different types, like chester, gouda,... It melts real well. Don't you have it?

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ZIZ cheese is a square slice of cheese, wrapped individually in plastic. You have different types, like chester, gouda,... It melts real well. Don't you have it?

I don't know but I generally do grill toast and cheese and the odd other ingredient like bacon or salami ham or whatever takes my fancy.
I just cannot get enough of Dutch cheeses like the Edam, Gouda, Grand master!!! and that all I know about Dutch cheese.

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Today I had this lovely little granola bar with some yogurt for breakfast (well technically would be dinner to most or a midnight snack to most), then for lunch I came home and had leftover meatloaf. Not to sure what dinner will be tonite-- it is Jay's night to cook!! lol
Are up you nights? I didn't quite understand this post where you mentioned dinner or midnight snack for most. I work the midnight shift so I am up nights and sleep days. Is it the same for you?

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I don't know but I generally do grill toast and cheese and the odd other ingredient like bacon or salami ham or whatever takes my fancy.
I just cannot get enough of Dutch cheeses like the Edam, Gouda, Grand master!!! and that all I know about Dutch cheese.
I never heard of Grand master. I'll look for that one

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Yes Rubystar I work midnights-- well actually it is an odd shift-- I start anywhere from 11:45pm to midnight and go till anywhere from 10am to 2pm.. we are super short handed lately-- and they have also added more client homes-- I work as a phlebotomist and go and draw blood at nursing homes and psychiatric homes. So it is just easier to go at night. Which has made it a bit harder to eat properly but I am learning-- it also being cooler (ok well COLDER) outside it is a bit easier to take food with me. I have been trying to find things that are easy to snack on while I drive.. and I try to take at least one good low carb meal with me... any suggestions?

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