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Old 10-16-2005, 05:23 AM   #21
Matthew Townsend
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It looks like I'm the only one that has a chicken stir fry for breakfast. Maybe I am a freak. Hahaha...

*6-7 oz chicken finely chopped (reduces down to 5oz when cooked);

*1 block chopped onion;
1 block chopped pepper;
1 block chopped leek;
1 block zucchini (all of these vary, depending on what I have in the fridge).

*1 block chilli/olive oil;
1 block lemongrass (mixed in vegetable oil);
3 blocks walnuts or cashews thrown into my 1 block (4 cups!) of spinach leaves.

Yum! :happy:
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Old 10-17-2005, 04:17 PM   #22
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Breakfast: Couple bananas, a pear. Maybe a peanut butter/banana sandwich if I have a minute. On weekends, it's all about the soul food breakfast.

Lunch: India Palace lunch buffet. Day in, day out. Like death and taxes. I think I learned this in college. Back in 2002-2003, when I was so sick I was literally on my hands and knees from the bed to the shower, I was still eating Indian food lunch buffet. Gotta be my comfort food.

Dinner: Whatever isn't nailed down. Usually something grilled (pork chops, steak, etc.), bread & butter, green beans, couple pieces fruit. If I'm still hungry, I grab a pb+j before bed.

I'm 20lbs lighter than I was this time last year, so I must be doing something right. :-)
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Old 10-17-2005, 04:37 PM   #23
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For those of you that like to cook, I highly recommend Kristy Walker's "ZonePerfect Cookbook."
You can pick it up on for less than $20. It probably has about 30 recipes for each breakfast/lunch/dinner/snack which is great for variety. Also, it gets your creative juices flowing, cooking with vegetables that I never thought would taste good.
Most of the recipes are 3 blocks. I'm a 5 blocker so I just adjust the ingredients accordingly, mostly more fat through use of olive oil.
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Old 10-17-2005, 10:24 PM   #24
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Mark, right on man!! I'm experimenting with trying to get the whole block in there in one go. The trick with these odd zone habits is not to have roommates.
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