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    A bit off topic, but my dinner tonight was bl00dy YUM!

    Home made fish cakes and salad.


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    I got given some fresh figs by a random customer at the health shop when buying vitamins today so im grilling them with yummy.

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    My baked figs were awesome drizzled with honey and greek yoghurt yummo.

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    Heres what i had sorry photo from the recipe as i didn't take a photo before i ate.
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    God I love food.

    No wonder I have a weight problem.

    Might go and ponder this over a Golden Gaytime....

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    Yum. I love food too with ms 2 we have been better at what we eat we try and eat early on the weekend and she eats pretty much everything which is great.

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    speaking of recipes does anyone recommend a pre/pregnancy cookbook?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blossom74 View Post
    Would you consider getting a BT done love? It might help identify if something is actually trying to happen, or if you have a high latent HCG level.

    I have read about this somewhere.... I promise I'm not making it up! Anyway, apparently it's quite common for some women to have a resting, non-pregnant natural HCG level of 2 or 3 - all day, every day of the year. They never go back to zero. I'm wondering if you might have a slightly higher 'non-pregnant level' - say 10 or 12 - which the FRER's are picking up on? That might explain all the confusing lines you seem to get so often?

    I'm hoping of course that THIS TIME is different and you are well and truly UTD of course. But it might be useful to get a frame of reference for the future?

    Has anyone else ever heard of this?

    Yep, I have Luv

    There are usually medical/hormonal reasons for it. Check this link out:

    http://www.pregnancylab.net/2011/10/...pregnancy.html

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    @Summer Aaaaah...FRUCK IT!!!!

    Stupid bloody stick!!! Anyhoo...am and sending prayers something shows up tomorrow afternoon for you!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gagingi View Post
    @JulieMalooley I do a lot of batch cooking - like Lite n Easy, but homemade. I find most things freeze pretty well. Did you have Day to Day Cookery at school? A lot of its recipes can be frozen - chicken supreme, spaghetti bolognese, tuna mornay, stir-frys, stews, Mac and cheese, shepherds pie. I include veges in with meat and sauce and either put rice/pasta on top and flip as I serve (so it looks prettier), or I store in seperate little containers. I recently purchased a Sunbeam Banquet size frypan and it can hold 10-12+ large adult serves, so we eat 2 and freeze 10. You could have a look at L&E site for ideas - if they can freeze it so can you... If you have a thermal cooker then have a look a skinnymixers.com.au (if you haven't already) - or f you don't have a thermal cooker there would be heaps of ideas there, that you might be able to adapt?

    Also, if stuck when you have bubbas, maybe put a call out on Quirky's Healthy Hampers (on Facebook) and they'll cook some fresh delights for you? They'd love feeding a first time mum with twins!

    How do you find vacuum sealer economy wise? I use Multix or Glad containers.
    Economy wise it's not too bad as I buy the bags on eBay, but the main thing I like is they are completely air tight so no freezer burn. Not so great for runny things like the pumpkin soup today but still doable.

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