Tuesday, November 1, 2011


Let me tell you it is NOT okay to tell a pregnant woman that she is going to be HUGE in 12 more weeks.  Even if it is the truth.  Now, with that said, there is a good chance I will be huge in 12 weeks  I am always huge at the end of pregnancy.  I have just about no torso, I think I have about 2 inches between the bottom of my rib cage and the top of my pelvic bones.  Yeah, there is no where for baby to go but out until it drops into the pelvis, which probably won't happen until right before delivery.  On the other hand, I am still so LOW on my weight gain.  I am pretty excited about that.

Some thoughts I had today about my weight gain, exercise routine and the way that I eat.  I know without a doubt my weight gain is low because of my lifestyle, mostly my way of eating.  In previous pregnancies, even with more weight gain I bascially was at my pre-pregnancy weight soon after delivery, even with two I was LESS after the baby was born than I was before.  So, I am very interested to see what my weight is this time after I deliver.  One, my weight gain is less and two, I eat so much better!

Then there is exercise.  I have exercised through all my pregnancies where I was in the military.  This is the first time I have actually made an effort to maintain muscle.  Now, I am NOT lifting super heavy but I am still lifting some and doing push-ups an stuff.  I workout enough to be sore, but not to be painful the few days after.  My goal is NOT to build muscle right now, just to maintain my current lean mass.

So, if my weight is less after baby, and I am able to maintain my lean mass, will that result in a lower body fat percentage?  It would totally be cool if it did!  And  I am really excited to find out how my new lifestyle will change the end results of pregnancy.  So 10-12 weeks until delivery and I figure I will take 'stock' of everything at six weeks post-partum :-D

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

They Didn't Make It :(

So, the boyos didn't make it to 30 days grain free.  We shall keep working at it though.  I have a new goal though.  Since I can't lift heavy enough right now to really work on my legs, I have decided, "why not work on the shoulders and back?"  So that is what I am going to do.  This weekend I will have hubby take some new back shots and some shoulder/arm shots too.  I am really motivated by "before/after" pictures right now, so I am hoping if I start now, when the baby gets here I will have made some decent progress.  The side benefit?  It should help make it easier to get back to doing push-ups for my fitness test.  Win-win situation right? Right!

I have back shots from Oct 2010 and Jan 2011, so I already have some before pics :D

Hopefully this will help me stay motivated!  I have only about 13 weeks until baby time, so I need to get with it!!!!

October 18, 2011
26 weeks pregnant :D

Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Some results...

So I did a quick measurement on Savage_Boyo.  Why?  It has only been one week and I don't think we will do this weekly, but I wanted him too see if he had any results.  His weight is a tab bit higher.  He spent the weekend camping and ate a bunch of power bars made with nuts, that totally could have made a difference in the scale.  Of course I am really not concerned about his over all weight.  I am hoping he maintains really and that he builds muscle and loses fat as he grows.  He improved his WiiFit age though, yes arbitrary, but was happy to be "12" instead of

So his week one results are:

Belly Button: 36.25 (+.25)
Natural Waist: 33 (-.5)
hip: 33.5 (- 1 in...really?)
neck: 13.5 ( - 1 in, really?)

Last week:

belly button 36
natural waist 33.5
hips 34.5
wrist 6.5
forearm  9.75
biceps 10.25
neck 14.5

So, from now on I will wait until the end of his 30 days to do anymore measurements.  He was happy with the results though, even though he 'gained' a bit on the belly button measurement.  He was pretty impressed with the neck and hips.  I was too. 

I weighed in today with a gain of .8, which is perfect.  At this point one pound per week is about right :D

We had yummy pork loin with pesto for our meat tonight, served with sweet potato fries and apple sauce. Yummy!

I am thinking cheese steaks tomorrow!  Yummy.  Too bad I already have 'food porn' for that.

Monday, September 26, 2011

End of Week One

Well, week one is up for my son.  He says he hasn't had any wheat since last week.  I want to believe him, but you know...he is only 12 and he did spend the weekend away on a camping trip.  I say I will give him the benefit of the doubt.  So far I don't see too many changes in him, but it has only been a week.  Hopefully we see some noticeable changes soon.  He still has a wheat belly and for his sake I hope this helps him.

My husband is currently in the process of passing a kidney stone.  It seems every time he decides to go grain free he gets a stone. We KNOW it is not the diet causing the stone.  Why?  Because he doesn't eat any more meat than he normally does and they are fairly large stones that would take more than 2-3 weeks to get that large.  It makes me wonder if eating better makes his body realize they are 'foreign' substances and therefore wants to expel them A.S.A.P.  I hope this one goes quickly because I hate seeing him in so much pain!  He is reporting a 20% improvement in his hand pain which we think is arthritis.  Some of his other joints are still pretty painful, but he is thinking that he has an injury that just needs to be addressed.

For me?  Thinks are going well.  I will weigh tomorrow and see what the total weight gain is up to this point, 23 weeks 4 days pregnant.  This is a bitter sweet point, baby is moving well which is reassuring, but it was at 24 weeks that we discovered our son, Colm, had passed in my womb.  So, yeah, this is a bit of an emotional time for me.  THe good part is that this baby moves WAY more than Colm ever did and if baby is alive when we hit 'viability' at 24 weeks there is always a chance they could save him/her.

I bought the kids some boxes to pack their lunches.   We don't qualify for 'free lunch' anymore, which I think is really a blessing in disguise.  Hubby is going to adjust his work hours so that he can be home when the older kids get home from school, which will save on after school care.  We can use that money to go towards packing lunch.  Best of both worlds!  Nothing extra out of our pocket and the kids will eat primal at school.  Have you ever really looked at an elementary school lunch menu?  Ugh, just AWFUL all grains and junk food.  Look up your local school district and find the lunch menu, take a gander and be appalled!  Here is an example, totally NOT primal!!!!  So, while we do plan to reapply, for a back-up plan on days we just don't make their lunch, or to even let them pick once in a while a lunch they really like, I am happy to have wrapped my mind around the idea of feeding them from home!

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Savage_Boyo's Measurements:
belly button 36
natural waist 33.5
hips 34.5
wrist 6.5
forearm  9.75
biceps 10.25
neck 14.5
Weight: 125, I am not particularly concerned about his weight since he IS a growing 12 year old boy.  What I am interested to see is if he stays the same and slims down.  This is what I am hoping for.  After starting football in July he has slimmed down a bit and can fit in some of his jeans that were too tight, but he gained 8 lbs from the last time he weighed himself 140 days ago.  I am willing to bet this is muscle from the running, push-ups, up/downs, etc.

Whew!  I thought I lost these...thank goodness for auto-save.

So as of today the Boyo is doing well he has been grain free since Monday, doesn't seem like much, but it is for him.  He has successfully navigated school lunch today, he chose salad.  He complained of a headache yesterday, but said it is much better today.  We had warned him this might happen as he goes through wheat withdrawal, which in some ways is similar to opioid withdrawal.

This weekend he will be going for a camping trip with the Boy Scouts.  He will be staying over two nights and they will be doing a lot of hiking.  We have already discussed the foods that we will send with him.  He is concerned about the other foods and he knows bread will be there.  I am going to make him some almond flat cookies so he can have a 'smore' if he wants one.  Yes, marshmallows and chocolate are not the best things in the world, but he has agreed to stay away from the graham crackers.

Savage_Dave is steadily losing weight.  The best part though is a lot of his pain is gone.  I will have to focus a post on him soon and detail everything he has been going through.  Right now he is battling a kidney stone, no not as a result of being Primal.  He suffered these long before we even knew what it was to be paleo!  I will add his measurements soon too.  I am so excited to see the changes in my men!

I personally have been doing well with staying away from ALL grains, even though I am only committed to being wheat free for a few more weeks.  Right now my 'down fall' is sugar.  Yeah, I need to work on that.  Take away the work stress and it might be easier.

Sunday, September 18, 2011

Fellowship: Hash brown breakfast casserole

I volunteered to do fellowship at church every few months.  Well, today was my day and I wanted to make something that was tasty and relatively healthy, primal style.  I went with breakfast casserole, of course MOST people wouldn't consider it healthy due to the amount of fat, but *we* know better right?  Now, because it was being made for a large group not all of the ingredients were as 'clean' as I normally would like, but still a good choice.  So I made two types of breakfast casserole, one with bacon and one with sausage.  I got about 3-4 requests for the recipe, sweet!  Of course I did also provide cereal and milk, because well...the kids like it a lot and it is fairly cheap.  I feel a slight amount of guilt for that.  Most people also bring cake, doughnuts and I did good...right?!?!

So, here is the super simple recipe.

pre-heat oven to 350F
hash browns (I used frozen, feel free the shred your own taters for a healthier version)- if frozen thaw them!
8-15 eggs, scrambled- depending on the size of your crowd
1/2-3/4 teaspoon chili powder
1/2 medium onion diced
about 2 cups of shredded cheese (I used Mexican 4 cheese blend)
1/4 cup heavy whipping cream (I suppose you could use milk, but why would you want to?)
1 pound bacon or sausage, your choice

brown sausage or cook bacon until crispy
sauté onion in bacon grease (I *suppose you could use something else, like butter or um....that other stuff, but it won't taste as good!)
grease bottom of casserole or baking dish* with....bacon grease of course...well, unless you use that other stuff
layer hash browns in pan
layer meat of your choice
combine eggs, cheese, onions and chili powder, pour over meat and potatoes
bake for about 45 minutes at 350F

*I used the 'half size' disposable aluminum pans from Sam's Club.  They are about 9 x 11, but I am not sure of the exact size.  If your pan is bigger then you may need more egg mixture to fully cover the meat and potatoes, adjust accordingly.

All four pans were gone in about 10-15 minutes!  Yeah, next time I better make six.  I think I will make one each of sausage and bacon more 'adult friendly' a.k.a SPICY!  I suppose adding some salsa to the top as an indicator of spiciness might be a good idea. ;-)

Unfortunately, no food porn because I didn't think to blog this recipe until after it was so well accepted by the group.  The next time I make it I will add pictures for ya.


Now for some good family news.  My hubby SavageDave has been grain free for about two weeks now and already seeing big improvements!  His gas, if not totally gone is at least not deadly anymore.  He has lost some weight AND his psoriasis on his knee is healing.  I am very hopeful that this will also help his arthritis pain even more than it already has.

Some REALLY great news,  Savage_Boyo  has realized that he too feels better grain free and has agreed to at a minimum be gluten free.  This is going to be our first goal with him being that he is 12 and has some autonomy in his food choices outside of the home.  He is starting tomorrow.  He wants to continue to improve his health and get fit after he worked so hard during football this year.  He has decided he wants to try wrestling this year at school, so that will help him stay on track.  He totally has a 'wheat belly' and is understanding what it means.  He is really ready for this now, so it should be easier to get him  to comply.  Of course, it means packing lunches and getting up early to feed him breakfast, but it is worth it to help his health.  I am pretty sure he will have a huge benefit not only in his body composition, but also his behavior and emotional well being.

We will all be doing some 'before' pictures tonight for our 'challenge' I know the "big" 30 Day Challenge on began last week, but I still think we can see enough change over the next three weeks to make it worth it.  Savage_Boyo is excited by the idea of being one of the first kiddos to add his success story to Mark's sight.  Anything to help motivate him, right?  I wanted to say too, that although he could have had AY type of cereal today, he went with Corn Pops. not a great choice, but he read the label and they are gluten free so he picked those over Fruit Loops.  Not a bad choice for a 12 year old :D

My picture of course will show a growing belly, but hopefully just the belly.  I would really love to keep the weight gain in my face, arms and legs to a minimum this time.  I had become totally lazy and was just walking for a few weeks for my exercise.  About two weeks ago I got back to lifting.  Of course not nearly as much as I was doing before, but hopefully enough to maintain my lean mass as much as possible while I am pregnant.  Good strong muscles can only help when it is time to labor!

Saturday, September 17, 2011

I know, I know...slacker!

So, I have been such a slacker. I don't know why.  It isn't like I don't spend too much time on the internet anyway.  I just haven't felt much like 'talking' I guess.

Things are going well.  I finally decided once and for all I needed to be at a minimum wheat/gluten free.  So, for two weeks now the only indiscretion has been some onion rings last night.  I wanted at least half of the pregnancy to be 'primal/paleo'.  I am still including some grains in the form of rice, and still having a higher intake of carbs compared to how I ate pre-pregnancy.  I personally would not be upset if I were to go into ketosis for a bit, but honestly we don't know about the risk this would pose to the baby, so I decided it was better to play it safe.

Even with my carbs increased from 75-125 a day up to 100-150 I have been able to maintain a nice slow eight gain.  I had lost a bit in the beginning, which was most likely from getting back to being primal after going off the wagon for a few weeks around Easter.  I was back up to 158, then got pregnant and back to eating better and was back down to 153.  I cam currently 158 again.  So, breaking even?  Or an eight pound gain, depending on how you want to look at it.

So, hopefully I will be better about getting on here and posting.

Here is my most recent belly shot.  It is a few weeks old now.  I need to do another one.  Yes, those are pajama pants. It was late and I was already getting ready for bed :P

Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Oh Yeah, It's MEATZA!

At times like this I am glad to be more primal than paleo.  I like cheese, and while I don't eat nearly as much as I used to, I like my 'pizza' too much to ever give it up completely.

So, we had some ground beef that needed to be cooked since we had defrosted it more than 24 hours ago.  I wasn't so sure what to make and then Savage had a great idea.  MEATZA.  Cheesy yummy meat with veggies that tastes a lot like pizza.  Sigh :)

Meatza is super easy to make, even easier than 'real' pizza because the dough isn't as finicky.  I used to make 'healthy' whole wheat pizza dough that never seemed to come out right.  Now, I make meatza and ruining the crust is next to impossible!

Recipe (or more of 'directions')

If you have a primal meatloaf or meatball recipe you really like it would work well for this.

1 lb ground beef (can add up to half sausage if you would like- not more than that though because it shrinks too much!)
 spices to taste: I used basil, salt, pepper, garlic (dried) and onion powder.
- I usually use good fresh garlic and onion but was way too lazy for that today ;)
2 eggs

mix all together in a large bowl.

using a pan with an edge (very much needed or else the fat will run all over the oven!) press the meat out towards the edge of the pan.  You want it thin, but not too thin or else the meat will split apart when you cook it. Probably about 1/4 of an inch at the thinnest.

Bake in the oven for 10 minutes

Pull it out and top it just like you would any other pizza.

Today I used; anchovies (I know <ewww gross>), artichokes hearts, black olives, pepperoni and garlic. Yum!  The kids are getting just pepperoni.

Last time I made the crust too thick, it was still yummy but really heavy.

This was my first attempt at meatza- too thick on the crust!

Of course, looking at this meatza from last time, I totally forgot the mushrooms tonight!  Oh well, more for next time :D

Friday, June 24, 2011

Fish Ball FAIL!

Now, let me start this by saying the soup was delish, for sure!  But, I wanted fish balls, not broken up pieces of salmon.  Lesson learned, puree the fish in the food processor.  I suppose it would need to be sort of mousse like, so I might try some whipped egg whites folded in.  Hmmm, maybe that will be tomorrow's mission: make fish balls that stay together.

So the rest of the recipe was basic, and not really a recipe.  Here are the details anyway.

1 can coconut milk
2 tbsp Thai green curry paste (yes pre-made)
2 tsp fish sauce
squirt of srirachi
1 box vegetable broth (would normally use chicken, but I had it left over)

Simmer coconut milk and add curry paste, simmer for 5 minutes.  Add broth, squirt srirachi to taste and fish sauce to taste (it can be salty so add it slowly!)

What I tried to do to make salmon balls.

1 can salmon
1 tsp garlic chili paste
squirt sriachi
1 tbsp coconut flour
garlic powder
cilantro leaves (I used dried, but fresh would be better)

Formed into balls and gently placed in broth at slow boil, let them boil for 8 minutes.  They broke apart in the broth.  So there is the fail.  But, as I said still very tasty.  I suppose that is the life when you are learning to cook without things like regular white flour.

So there you have it, Fail Fish all its delicious glory!

Thursday, June 23, 2011

Wrist Slap PLEASE!

So, not so god today.  Bummer.  It started out bad and sort of went downhill.  I craved potatoes, I smelled them after my workout, as I walked past the bowling alley.  Greasy, nasty home fries.   So, what do I do after I get home shower and get ready for work?  Of course the only logical thing, right?  I grab my hard boiled eggs, I take a few minutes to fry up some bacon and go on my merry way.....oh, wait, no not quite.  I do the very worst thing possible.  I go through the drive through at BURGER KING!  What the hell?  Seriously, BK?  Ugh.

So breakfast was a BK breakfast muffin, hash rounds and OJ.  Totally not cool!

Lunch was fine, mostly just snacks because I wasn't hungry.

Then I had this long boring training session at work.  And they had snacks, and I ate one.  A Zinger.  It was so not worth it!  And when I went to get my daughter from the School Age Program?  A blasted biscuit.  The knock off Red Lobster kind.

Then as I left the daycare for my younger daughter.  It dawned on me.  "I'm blogging again"  And worst of all I am posting the foods I ate for the day.  And now I have to ADMIT to someone I ate that crap!  Geez!  What was I thinking?  Well, now I will remember, so tomorrow should be good again. Because I have NO desire to post another blog like this one!  It is embarrassing to say the least.

Wednesday, June 22, 2011

The Tale of the Mayo!

I came home today with the bright idea to make some sweet potato fries and broil some sirloin.  Well, the sirloin was not finished thawing, so we were then down to baked sweet tater fries and um....egg salad?  Tuna?  Sure, that'll do in a pinch and save the meat for tomorrow.  I look in the fridge, no mayo.  Granted I probably *should make my own, but I am too lazy.  I buy Hellman's, I get the canola oil version, which I KNOW is not great, but it doesn't contain soy- which is really bad for me with my thyroid issues.  At any rate, yesterday I alluded to the fact that my daughter's have an unnatural fondness of mayo.  I bought it just about a week ago, yesterday there was half a jar.  Today?  It is ALL gone.  So, no tuna for me.  Tuna for the kids, mixed a little sour cream, some garlic powder and salt and they were happy.  Unfortunately, I like to dip my sweet tater fries in mayo too....sigh.  Savage Dave to the rescue!  He picked up some mayo on the way home from work.  My hero!

I did okay today.
My eats:

B: handful of walnuts, 2-3 olives and 2 baby carrots
S; a few more nuts, 5 peanut M&M's (bag is gone..whew!)
L: NY strip, baby carrots, grilled eggplant with melted mozzarella, some more olives
D: sweet tater fries, mayo, 1 Dove dark chocolate

I also had half a serving of Whitman's chocolate at some point and the one REALLY bad thing, which was a Rice Crispy Treat, one of the small prepackaged ones :(

No food photos for today, but they are coming soon I promise.  Tomorrow I will be cooking the sirloin, so maybe a meat photo shoot.  Yeah baby!

Overall today was good.  Mick had a baseball game and got a hit, he was so excited.  Frustrating that it took 20 minutes to convince him he HAD to go.  Hopefully next time will be easier to get him motivated.

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Wow, it has been forever!

I am so sorry I have neglected this blog!  It really is a terrible thing to do.  If I don't take care of it, well then no one will read it!

So a quick update is in order.

Life has been interesting.  The sun!  Now, I know technically the sun shines all day almost every where at least most of the time.  Of course when there is rain, it isn't shining.  But, that is NOT what I am meaning.  When the sun is 'up' for 23 hours, you have no night!  I miss the stars, seriously I miss them.  While we don't have a full 24 hours of daylight, it is pretty darn close and even though the sun 'sets' the light is always there.  22 hours of full sun and 2 hours of twilight.  Interesting indeed.  Although, I have to say sleeping is not as difficult as I thought it would be.

The kids are out of school.  Which means my nerves are SHOT!  Dealing with the shenanigans of my 12 and 8 year old sons.  FUn and crazy at the same time.  The 8 year old has been banned from the microwave after setting some chicken on fire.

Food.  Yeah, how has that been going? Well, honestly not great.  I had a few 'treats' during Easter and it was bad for a while afterwards.  The last week or so I have put on my big girl pants and put my foot down with myself.  Time to get real.  I am lucky I didn't gain a lot of weight.  Actually I am 153 pounds as of this morning, so my lowest weight yet.  I'll take it.

I had been eating some grains again, and that has been nixed.  Sunday was my last indulgence, no more!

I need to get on here and report back, it will help me keep it real.

I was a member of SparkPeople for many years, technically I still am, but recently I have not felt the SP love.  They are over bearing and quite frankly WRONG.  I was tired of subjecting myself to their tyranny.  I will occasionally go back and read my SparkMail, but other than that I have stayed away.  They banned one of my friends, and I think that was the last straw.  That and the really pushy, and often flat out rude/disrespectful staff was enough to make me say, 'no more.'

I have NOT been posting on most of my other support forums either.  I am trying to ease back in because I feel like it is a vicious cycle.  Eat bad, don't post.  No support (reading posts by others, etc.)/feel justified to eat bad.  Not good logic, but seems to be true for me.

I really want to get back to food blogging.  Of course that means I have to get back to cooking, hopefully I will feel up to it soon.

Sort of off topic, but my daughters have an unnatural love of mayonnaise, it is really kind of gross!

Sunday, April 17, 2011

Comparison of Pre-Primal Intake and Primal Intake

Just for reference in June 2009 my calorie goal was supposed to be 1,690 - 2,040 based on my height, weight and activity level.  I was for the most part eating on the low end of that range.  My calorie range now according to the same site is 1,400 - 1,750, I consistently at at or above that level and lose weight.

Weekly Progress: June 2009
Calories:1,400 - 1,7501,2941,6441,5691,520Add FoodAdd Food1,518
Fat:37 - 6433597448Add FoodAdd Food46
Carbohydrates:186 - 268196215131182Add FoodAdd Food187
Protein:60 - 14464768776Add FoodAdd Food99
Fiber, total dietary:25 - 3517301118Add FoodAdd Food14
Cholesterol:0 - 1,000Add FoodAdd FoodAdd FoodAdd FoodAdd FoodAdd Food568
Calcium, Ca:100 - 150Add FoodAdd FoodAdd FoodAdd FoodAdd FoodAdd Food53
Folate, total:100 - 125Add FoodAdd FoodAdd FoodAdd FoodAdd FoodAdd Food15
Potassium, K:3,500 - 4,700Add FoodAdd FoodAdd FoodAdd FoodAdd FoodAdd Food1,128
Vitamin C:100 - 500Add FoodAdd FoodAdd FoodAdd FoodAdd FoodAdd Food53
Selenium, Se:100 - 200Add FoodAdd FoodAdd FoodAdd FoodAdd FoodAdd Food53
Sodium, Na:500 - 2,300Add FoodAdd FoodAdd FoodAdd FoodAdd FoodAdd Food4,548

Weekly Progress: October 2010
Calories:1,400 - 1,750Add FoodAdd Food1,699Add FoodAdd FoodAdd Food1,748
Fat:37 - 64Add FoodAdd Food62Add FoodAdd FoodAdd Food105
Carbohydrates:186 - 268Add FoodAdd Food175Add FoodAdd FoodAdd Food40
Protein:60 - 144Add FoodAdd Food125Add FoodAdd FoodAdd Food151
Fiber, total dietary:25 - 35Add FoodAdd Food27Add FoodAdd FoodAdd Food11
Cholesterol:0 - 1,000Add FoodAdd Food377Add FoodAdd FoodAdd Food758
Calcium, Ca:100 - 150Add FoodAdd FoodAdd FoodAdd FoodAdd FoodAdd Food54
Folate, total:100 - 125Add FoodAdd FoodAdd FoodAdd FoodAdd FoodAdd Food67
Potassium, K:3,500 - 4,700Add FoodAdd FoodAdd FoodAdd FoodAdd FoodAdd Food1,289
Vitamin C:100 - 500Add FoodAdd FoodAdd FoodAdd FoodAdd FoodAdd Food698
Selenium, Se:100 - 200Add FoodAdd FoodAdd FoodAdd FoodAdd FoodAdd Food154
Sodium, Na:500 - 2,300Add FoodAdd FoodAdd FoodAdd FoodAdd FoodAdd Food1,484

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Cereal Kashi Cinnamon Harvest 1 cup, 1 serving1904414Remove


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whole wheat couscous salad, 0.5 cup1201844Remove
Sunbeam hot dog bun, 0.5 serving501012Remove
Macaroni, enriched, 0.5 cup spiral shaped941903Remove
Kraft Light Done Right Italian Salad Dressing, 0.75 tbsp20120Remove
Peppers, sweet, red, fresh, 3 ring (3" dia, 1/4" thick)8200Remove
Green Beans (snap), 10 beans (4" long)17401Remove
Kiwi Fruit, 0.75 fruit without skin, medium35801Remove
Cucumber (peeled), 1 cup, sliced14301Remove
Honeydew Melon, 10 honeydew balls501301Remove
Baby Carrots, raw, 85 grams28701Remove
Strawberries, fresh, 3 large (1-3/8" dia)16400Remove
hot dog oscar meyer wieners bun length, turkey, pork and chicken, 1 serving1700166Remove
Kraft Pasta Salad Gourmet Favorites Asian Sesame, 0.25 serving63831Remove
Dip - Spinach Dip - Tostitos -Creamy- 2 Tbsp, 0.75 serving38231Remove
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Hormel Natural Choice Pork Loin Filet Parmrsan, 4 oz1201420Remove
Olives, black, canned (small-extra large), 6 large30230Remove
Rice - Success Brown Rice Boil-in-Bag (cooked), 0.5 cup751612Remove
Brussels sprouts, cooked, 8 sprout601214Remove


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Baby Bell, 1 serving70064Remove
Starbucks Milk Chocolate Covered Coffee Beans (40 Pieces/Serving), 0.1 serving19210Remove
Baby Carrots, raw, 85 grams28701Remove


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Schwans Breaded Chicken Pattie Nuggets, 6 serving20017912Remove


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Kimchi Korean pickled cabbage (1 serving = 1/2 cup), 1 serving16301Remove
Schwans Breaded Chicken Pattie Nuggets, 1 serving33322Remove






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