So You Want to Eat WHAT?

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No fat, no carbs, no eggs, no cheese, no tomatoes.

So basically just oatmeal? Or is oatmeal a carb? How about hummus? Green peppers? What do I serve with minimal effort?

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Someone has an apple soup recipe on here that is pretty good.

Boy, I hope you don't find they've got bags of chips, etc in their room! Eye-wink

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Soup made with...  will be on the menu, if I do!

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I'd never even heard of this stuff until I watched Family Guy

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Highlands John wrote:

I'd never even heard of this stuff until I watched Family Guy

What did your mum give you to make you throw up when you were a kid? I thought everyone had this in their medicine cabinet!

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Madeleine wrote:

Highlands John wrote:

I'd never even heard of this stuff until I watched Family Guy

What did your mum give you to make you throw up when you were a kid? I thought everyone had this in their medicine cabinet!

Why on earth would my mum want to make me throw up?

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Highlands John wrote:

Madeleine wrote:

Highlands John wrote:

I'd never even heard of this stuff until I watched Family Guy

What did your mum give you to make you throw up when you were a kid? I thought everyone had this in their medicine cabinet!

Why on earth would my mum want to make me throw up?

You are so funny!

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got it.  Strawberry soup.  Use fat free yogurt.

Ingredients
2 cups hulled and sliced fresh or (thawed) frozen strawberries
1 cup orange juice
1 cup vanilla yogurt
1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
Whipped topping, as needed
Fresh mint sprigs, optional
Directions
In a blender, combine all the ingredients but the whipped topping and mint and process until smooth. Ladle the soup into bowls and top with a dollop of whipped topping. Garnish with mint, if desired.

 

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Only whipped topping around here is real 35% fat whipping cream. The rest I can max single serving of, thanks.

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It's the 'minimal effort' thing that throws me off. But, I would suggest sauted veggies. OTOH, I would have asked them what they WOULD eat. Not that I would make that for them, but I would ask.

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I will. I have enough to worry that minimal effort is the way to go. Until they added the "carb free" I was bending... carb free isn't a diet for health, it's a fad. I don't do fads.

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fat free yogurt.  fruit. 

oatmeal is a carb. 

ham?  turkey?

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Don't own ham. Only turkey I have is thinly sliced smoked that isn't 100% fat free.

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steakwink

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Innkeep wrote:

steakwink

 

LOL

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Don't do meats for breakfast. Try another country. Too expensive!

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