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    Mean Green Juice

    6 Kale Leaves
    1 Cucumber
    4 Celery Stalks
    2 Green Apples
    1/2 Lemon
    1 piece of ginger

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    We bought a juicer and have tried two different Mean Green Juice recipes.
    I can't do a diet/program in which the smell of the drink makes me gag.

    Lunch today: microwave dinner, a handfull of crackers and string cheese.
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    Quote Originally posted by Salmissra View post
    We bought a juicer and have tried two different Mean Green Juice recipes.
    I can't do a diet/program in which the smell of the drink makes me gag.
    I can, but I don't like it. It's like drinking grass...
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    Tried the Fage Greek yogurt recommended by kjel yesterday. Much superior texture & taste to Chobani and priced the same. Thanks kjel!
    “Death comes when memories of the past exceed the vision for the future.”

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    I was planning on soup and a bagel but there are 3 workmen in the house and a fourth on the way, and it's just awkward fixing lunch and eating when they're here. And the electricity to the kitchen may be cut off while a new outlet is added. It may be a salad for me.

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    Chobani greek yogurt with chia seeds.
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    From a local deli -

    Chicken Salad,
    cubed fruit,
    green salad with olives, roasted red pepper, artichoke hearts, with their own creamy (non dairy) italian dressing
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    wheat roll
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    It's pot luck day at the office so BBQ pork sandwich, chili, chips, and other snacks!
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    Jimmy Johns #9 and water.
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    Quote Originally posted by ofos View post
    Tried the Fage Greek yogurt recommended by kjel yesterday. Much superior texture & taste to Chobani and priced the same. Thanks kjel!
    You're welcome. If you have a Target in your area, they have the consistently lowest price on Fage. I like the texture of it better and the taste isn't as sour.

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    Tried one of the new Lean Cuisine salad things and it was pretty tasty, it's in the freezer case. It's chicken and veggies that you put in the microwave for two minutes, a pack of dressing, and some sort of other crispy/crunchy topping for your salad-you provide the lettuce/salad mix.
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    Quote Originally posted by kjel View post
    You're welcome. If you have a Target in your area, they have the consistently lowest price on Fage. I like the texture of it better and the taste isn't as sour.

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    Tried one of the new Lean Cuisine salad things and it was pretty tasty, it's in the freezer case. It's chicken and veggies that you put in the microwave for two minutes, a pack of dressing, and some sort of other crispy/crunchy topping for your salad-you provide the lettuce/salad mix.
    My wife likes Lean Cuisines. She tried one of the salad things a few weeks ago. She thought it was OK, but probably won't include it in her lunch rotation. But she's never been a big salad-as-entree kind of person.
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    Quote Originally posted by btrage View post
    My wife likes Lean Cuisines. She tried one of the salad things a few weeks ago. She thought it was OK, but probably won't include it in her lunch rotation. But she's never been a big salad-as-entree kind of person.
    It's convenient. I prefer my own made up salad of course but the leftovers have a way of disappearing from the fridge before I get to them.
    "He defended the cause of the poor and needy, and so all went well. Is that not what it means to know me?" Jeremiah 22:16

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    I'm recovering from a "bug" that hit over the weekend. Thus, today's lunch was a cup of chicken broth with some rice mixed in, a couple slices of baguette, and a few spoonfuls of plain greek yogurt. Bland but effective... At least I'm feeling much better.

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    A Jersey Giant sub (#8), Better Made Hot bbq chips, and a Vernor's Ginger Ale

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    Panera Bread - French Onion Soup. Man is that stuff good...
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    Pizza Buffett at a local place. I'm so full.
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    I had two on one, minus mustard & Vernors at one of the places at the corner.
    We hope for better things; it will arise from the ashes - Fr Gabriel Richard 1805

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    Quote Originally posted by DetroitPlanner View post
    I had two on one, minus mustard & Vernors at one of the places at the corner.
    No mustard? That's blasphemous.
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    Still have an hour to go until my lunch break. Debating between either pho or tom yum. Ohhh this is difficult!
    Children in the back seat can cause accidents - and vice versa.

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    PB&J sandwich, carrot sticks, apple - Boring!
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    Half a gyro and a lovely trip into Pastries a la Carte.

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    Quote Originally posted by btrage View post
    No mustard? That's blasphemous.
    Thats how I roll! Got there it was crowded so we had to sit at the little table in the Michigan window.
    We hope for better things; it will arise from the ashes - Fr Gabriel Richard 1805

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    today is National Grilled Cheese day so it's a grileld cheese and tomato for me today - yeah!

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    I'll be having lunch with a famous friend today. The Chef Boy-ar-Dee? Perhaps you've heard of him? We're going to watch TV on my phone together...real cozy like. I'd invite you all, but the Chef is a private guy.

    Yeah, I just weirded myself out, you don't even have to tell me.
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    Quote Originally posted by ursus View post
    I'll be having lunch with a famous friend today. The Chef Boy-ar-Dee? Perhaps you've heard of him? We're going to watch TV on my phone together...real cozy like. I'd invite you all, but the Chef is a private guy.

    Yeah, I just weirded myself out, you don't even have to tell me.
    Cut some hotdogs up in it, that's real Eye-talian!
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