Meal plan for the week of December 1:

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Meal plan for the week of December 1:
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Sun, 12-01-2013 - 6:45pm

SUN: cheeseburger sliders, sweet potato fries, broccoli

MON: dirty rice, turkey smoked sausage, pineapple

TUES: pork chops with bourbon peach sauce, couscous, salad

WED: ratatouille, pasta, turkey italian sausage

THURS: tomato soup, grilled cheese

FRI: shrimp fried rice with edamame, seared tuna

SAT: mexican seafood chowder, garlic bread

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Mon, 12-02-2013 - 12:36pm

I was only speaking about the meals above. I don't know everything she eats, everyday so I can only go by what she has mentioned. She has mentioned things in the past and they were mostly fruits and vegetables. 

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Mon, 12-02-2013 - 12:35pm

turkeyday wrote:
<p><span style="font-size:13px"> I know because my hubby is bigger than me and while he eats healthy, he still eats more than me and will until he losses weight. I doubt he could ever eat a little as I can and he could never eat that amount that Rolls says she does everyday. He would be starving. I am thinking her hubby is around the size of mine.</span></strong></p>

I thought that was said earlier.  The Meal Plan threads are always fun to read but, in my case, can be subject to change if I change the menu at the last minute, I happen to pass by my favorite foodie store, or the mood strikes me to get the children in the car for a dinner out.  I'm a good cook, but I only plan about 3 days ahead, shopping on a whim as needed.  Sometimes it's nice to be unemployed. ;)

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Mon, 12-02-2013 - 12:34pm

turkeyday wrote:
<p>There is no starch in the meals you just provided above. How can he be big with eating fish, fruits and vegetables all the time?</p>

Roll has often mentioned pasta and breads in her meals. 

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Mon, 12-02-2013 - 12:33pm

There is no starch in the meals you just provided above. How can he be big with eating fish, fruits and vegetables all the time?

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Mon, 12-02-2013 - 12:32pm
"he could never eat that amount that Rolls says she does everyday." ------- One more time for the peanut gallery, I never said anything about portions. You have the idea that we eat small portions of food, but I never said that we do.
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Mon, 12-02-2013 - 12:30pm
"That's what I thought as I can't see a big man only eating the little portions and type of food you speak of that you eat." ------- We do not eat small portions. He doesn't and I don't. We do eat the same type of food, but he also eats fruit and yogurt. I work out more than he does. That is the biggest difference.
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Mon, 12-02-2013 - 12:26pm

I got that impression too.  I'm making a tofu spinach lasagna as we speak!  But we have a lot of treats left over from Thanksgiving and I'll be the first to admit that.  (Actually kind of glad for school/work today as some of the treats have somehow accidentally gotten thrown in the trash. Wink)

I know because my hubby is bigger than me and while he eats healthy, he still eats more than me and will until he losses weight. I doubt he could ever eat a little as I can and he could never eat that amount that Rolls says she does everyday. He would be starving. I am thinking her hubby is around the size of mine.

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Mon, 12-02-2013 - 12:21pm

turkeyday wrote:
<p>Great, thanks. That's what I thought as I can't see a big man only eating the little portions and type of food you speak of that you eat.</p>

I got that impression too.  I'm making a tofu spinach lasagna as we speak!  But we have a lot of treats left over from Thanksgiving and I'll be the first to admit that.  (Actually kind of glad for school/work today as some of the treats have somehow accidentally gotten thrown in the trash. Wink)

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Mon, 12-02-2013 - 11:55am

Great, thanks. That's what I thought as I can't see a big man only eating the little portions and type of food you speak of that you eat.

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Mon, 12-02-2013 - 11:52am
Turkey, yes, he is a large person. I said nothing about portions. I said nothing about exercise. I told you that he eats more than I do for breakfast and between meals. He has not gained any weight as long as I have cooked for him (25 years). I am sorry if you do not understand how that can be, but I can't really think of any additional info to add that would help you.