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    if you want messy pizza base suggestions, there is always polenta.

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    Aw, shucks...too many carbs in polenta.

    I was SO looking forward to it.

    Breakfast this morning was the 2 spinach & egg frittatas this morning along with the usual hard boiled egg, light string cheese and 8 oz of 2% milk with it.
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    Lunch was a salad of Romaine lettuce, shredded chicken breast, 1/4 cup shredded cheese, grape tomatoes
    and just enough of that Skinny Girl Fat Free/Sugar Free Balsamic Vinaigrette dressing to cover the lettuce.

    Also had a half bag of brussel sprouts with margarine and garlic power I made up earlier with the rest to be used for tonight's other half bag.

    That salad dressing blends well with the sharp shredded cheese and really makes it stand out.

    All in all, about a 22 g carb lunch.
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    Dinner tonight was a 3 oz. Tilapia fillet with a couple of cut up small roasting potatoes for the carbs, and crinkle cut carrots.

    I tried out a simple recipe for faux tartar sauce tonight (I can't eat the stuff in the fridge = sugar & HFCS) and it went really well with the fish.
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    I'm having - early 'cause I'm hungry - the pork chops I was going to mesquite grill for T-giving but was too tired.
    Now I'm brining breading and baking them, gonna be done in 30 minutes. Nummies.

    I also just bought this because I can't find it in the stores I go to and I love the stuff:

    https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01N4DXQA9/

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    oh ho ho ho

    everybody was kung fu fighting,
    those cats were fast as lightning,
    in fact it was a little bit frightening,
    but they fought with expert timing.

    there were funky chinamen from funky chinatown,
    bond was breading porkchops up, bond was breading porkchops down,
    it's an ancient cooking art and everybody knew their part,
    simply dip, then roll, then shake, and in to the oven for a bake.

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    pizza, made with a bare minimum of ingredients scraped together:
    onion/capsicum/ham/spinach and it was fine.

    I am convinced that 90% of the flavour I like in pizza can be achieved
    as long as there is: garlic in the sauce, ham, and oregano in the cheese.

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    Breakfast this morning was 2 veggie bacon & potato frittatas along with the usual egg, string cheese & milk.

    There were brown spots in it which I'm assuming was the "bacon" but there was no taste confirmation.

    In general it wasn't bad or anything like that but there wasn't a whole lot of flavor in these ones, and they were a tiny bit smaller than the spinach ones.
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    Dinner was home made vegetable curry with brown basmati rice

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    I have about 30 of these.

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