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Rebecca Latham, Amy Dungan, Dana Carpender
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Fighting the Low-Fat Lie Since 1996!

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Daily Menu January 7th, 2008

It's 11:06 PM, and I'm just getting around to posting this. The Webmaster (aka That Nice Boy I Married), who also functions as Network Admin and all-around adorable computer geek, has been dealing with hardware issues today. I'm on my third computer in as many weeks, this one a desktop he built me.

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Daily Menu January 6th, 2008

Breakfast:
I was ravenous when I first set my feet on the floor, so while I read the Sunday paper I ate:

2 cups plain yogurt, with vanilla extract and Splenda stirred in
About 1/2 peach worth of frozen unsweetened peach slices, diced up
1/4 cup All-Bran

All of this makes a seriously tasty yogurt parfait. Next time, though, I'll buy the All-Bran with Extra Fiber (known around here as Super Colon Blow, a gag from an old Saturday Night Live bit) -- it has more fiber and less usable carbs than the regular All-Bran.

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Daily Menu January 5th, 2008

Breakfast:

The same yummy mushroom/onion/liver/fried egg thingie I did earlier in the week. I still had livers and mushrooms in the fridge, and who wants to let them go bad?

Lunch: None. That Nice Boy I Married and I were out at the home improvement store, and I didn't get around to it. Which is why I was ravenous when we got home, and immediately had a huge dinner of...

Dinner:

Saving Stevia/FOS

I've written in the past -- and in several of my books -- about stevia/FOS blend. But for those of you who have missed it, here's the deal:

"Stevia" is short for stevia rebaudiana, a South American shrub with remarkably sweet leaves. (Indeed, the native name for the plant translates as "sweet leaf.") The sweet substance is extracted from the leaves to make a white powder. This is the stevia you find in health food stores, and it's a naturally occurring non-nutritive (that is, non-caloric) sweetener.

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Daily Menu January 4th, 2008

Breakfast:
Creole Eggs -- three eggs poached in a quick Creole-style tomato sauce. This is one of the recipes from 15 Minute Low-Carb Recipes that I've come back to so many times I have it memorized.

Lunch:
The last of the roasted chicken thighs. I was out of coleslaw, so I wrapped bites in red leaf lettuce.

Snacks:

Sugar-free dark chocolate

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Daily Menu January 3rd, 2008

Breakfast:

Mushrooms, onions, and snipped chicken livers, sauteed in butter, with three fried eggs on top. I never did this before, and it was so good it was ridiculous! (Of course, I'm inordinately fond of chicken livers.)

I decided I just had to add the recipe for this!

Eggs on a Bed of Mushrooms, Onions, and Chicken Livers.

3 mushrooms, sliced
1/2 medium onion, sliced
1 tablespoon butter,divided
1 clove garlic, crushed
2 chicken livers
3 eggs
salt and pepper -- to taste

Daily Menu January 2nd, 2008

It struck me that some folks -- newbies, in particular -- might find it instructive to know what a long-time low carber eats on a day-to-day basis. So every day I'll be posting a list of what I ate the day before.

Hey, lookit me! I'm bloggin'!

Hey, Gang --

Okay, I admit it. I've been gone a reeeeeaaaally long time. It's been a rough couple of years. If personal details bore you, please skip ahead past the bullet-pointed list. In the past year-and-a-half:

The Every Calorie Counts Cookbook

500 Great Tasting, Sugar-Free, Low-Calorie Recipes the Whole Family Will Love

by Dana W. Carpender

Good Carbs. Good Fats. Good Food!

Are you counting carbs? Are you counting calories? Or are you just plain trying to eat healthy? This is the cookbook for you!

Millions of people have discovered that being careful about carbohydrates is their key to weight loss and vitality. Yet often low carb dieters assume they can eat unlimited calories. Other folks count calories with success, but find that they're hungry, or have nasty blood sugar crashes that bring irritability, cravings, and fatigue.

It's time for low carbers and calorie counters to take a page out of each other's books! Calorie counters need to discover the joys of never feeling hungry, and of losing those crashes. Low carbers need to keep a gentle eye on calories.

That's not all! Your body needs vitamins and minerals, too. (Oh, yeah. Them!)

Quite simply, we all need to eat food that's both healthy and delicious, that keeps us full, and makes us feel and look fabulous. And since we're all seriously busy, it sure would help if it wasn't a pain to cook!

Here you go! Five hundred recipes, from family suppers to party fare. Plenty of protein, a harvest of fruits and vegetables, the good fats you need for vibrant health. Great whole grain flavor without the high blood sugar impact. And every recipe has the carbs, calories, fiber, fat and protein counts worked out - plus a vitamin and mineral breakdown! You'll know you're getting what you need.

Try:
Chile Verde Cheese Burgers * Crab Fritters with Lemon Aioli * Skillet Buttermilk Cornbread * Grilled Asparagus with Wasabi Mayonnaise * Apple and Wild Rice Salad * Blinky's Texas Red * Tequila-Lime Chicken Skillet * Sizzling Moroccan Shrimp * Ginger-Melon Frappe * Plum Sorbet * Chocolate Velvet * Better-Than-Whole-Grain Pancakes

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