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    Quote Originally Posted by Soon2be4 View Post
    I and chicken tikka too but with cauliflower mash instead of rice! So yum!
    Ooh yes! I forgot all about cauliflower and it's amazing versatility! When I was losing weight a couple of years ago I used it for a substitute for rice and even instead of pasta served with bolagnaise sauce. Thanks for reminding me
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    Apparently it's the new super food haha good news as its so cheap!

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    What is everyone having for breakfast tomorrow?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TeBe View Post
    What is everyone having for breakfast tomorrow?

    Are you doing low carb?

    If so, mine will be way too high!

    Traditional oats made with water (and a splash of milk) with berries.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TeBe View Post
    What is everyone having for breakfast tomorrow?
    I've run out of porridge which was what I'd planned on having, so I'll have weetbix instead.

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    have been really good with my exercise :-) got a Fitbit on Monday and it's really helping, food wise I have been within my calories so far this week :-)
    I'm hoping to get to the 26th of August before I weigh myself again (was 86.5kg on the 26th of July 😳😳)

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    Quote Originally Posted by TeBe View Post
    What is everyone having for breakfast tomorrow?
    Im going to give over night oats a go- if I remember!

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    So today is my official weigh in and after a week of calorie counting, I'm down 1.6kgs. Ok that's probably water weight but so far so good.

    Today for breaky I've had oats made
    with milk, with a dash of honey and a skinny latte. That's about 420 calories but keeps me full for ages.

    I think for lunch I'll make a roast pumpkin, fetta and lentil salad.

    Haven't got to the gym all week, but will hopefully go today, tomorrow and Sunday. I aim for 3 times a week -
    Not just for weight loss but because I spend a fortune a month on 24/7 gym fees.

    Hope you all have good weekends

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    I still haven't even started yet. I just can't seem to get going. Even one tiny, miniscule step seems too much at the moment, with my energy levels so low.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sparklebug View Post
    Im going to give over night oats a go- if I remember!
    we have those every morning :-) we just change what topping we have to mix it up :-)

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