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Fat reducing favorite foods

 
 
squinney
 
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Thu 27 Jan, 2005 10:19 am
Cinn - Food Lion has had the Lean Pockets on sale for the last couple of weeks (4 / $5) and I bought 4 boxes so the kids would have something fairly decent to grab after school. They LOVED the Chicken Parm so much I went back and bought 8 mor boxes so I could have them for lunch, too.

I don't really do low fat. My metabolism is so slow I can really only eat one meal a day so I make it one I enjoy.

Funny though that the only thing I don't really mind being low fat is cheese!
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cjhsa
 
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Thu 27 Jan, 2005 11:12 am
Low fat cheese - blech!
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boomerang
 
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Thu 27 Jan, 2005 11:14 am
Low fat cream cheese is okay.

Toss on some capers, a little red onion, a bit of lox.

Yum.
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JPB
 
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Thu 27 Jan, 2005 11:39 am
low fat laughing cow was surprisingly good. It was recommended on the SB diet so I tried it. I now stock it in three flavors - regular, french onion and garlic. 35 cals per wedge and very tasty.
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smorgs
 
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Thu 27 Jan, 2005 11:43 am
I like low fat laughing cow too I think it's the best one I've tasted. :wink:
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CalamityJane
 
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Thu 27 Jan, 2005 08:46 pm
I found that if I eat the low fat food, I eat more of it.
So I eat the good, rich french cheeses but only a little
bit of it. Same with yoghurt: I buy the regular plain one
and put some jam in it, tastes good and is less calories.

I eat real chocolate and use real butter, just a lot less of it -
it is far more satisfying than all the low fat foods.
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squinney
 
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Thu 27 Jan, 2005 08:58 pm
The 1/3 less fat Philly Cheese is also close enough to the real thing that I don't notice. Reduced Sour Cream is okay, but I can't hang with fat free.
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Noddy24
 
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Fri 28 Jan, 2005 10:43 am
I agree with Calamity Jane. I'd rather have a little real, tasty fat than a fake cheese or a make-believe butter.

I'm not a purist about organic foods, but common sense tells me to avoid artificial additives of all sorts. For all I know the plaques and tangles of Alzheimer's are nourished by all the stuff listed in the fine print on packages of processed food.
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Joahaeyo
 
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Tue 15 Feb, 2005 12:03 pm
Quote:
low fat laughing cow was surprisingly good. It was recommended on the SB diet so I tried it.


Yeah ...one is great! ...but after one, it's too much. yech! Confused
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JPB
 
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Tue 15 Feb, 2005 02:08 pm
lol, Joah. That's why they wrap it in single servings.
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Joahaeyo
 
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Tue 15 Feb, 2005 02:36 pm
Yeah. I was crazy about them for a long time, but it was always just one of those triangles. Smile
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raspberrian
 
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Sat 19 Feb, 2005 02:06 am
I Can't Believe It's Not Butter
I have heard that I Can't Believe It's Not Butter is good for you than others.
It doesn't have trans fats, I guess which is good for you. I have actually had the spray kind and it's very good, has good flavor.

But more than anything, olive oil is good for the heathy body Smile
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roger
 
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Sat 19 Feb, 2005 02:24 am
Smart balance isn't bad either, healthwise. No trans fats, but it's still way high on fat and calories.
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Garry Williams
 
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Mon 16 Mar, 2020 09:28 am
@Joahaeyo,
As there are many diet foods available in the market, that really helpful for losing weight.
But I personally use "Keto Dieta" also named Keto Diet Food, which really helps.
No Me Keto is the one that provides me Ketogenic Diet food on monthly subscriptions.
Thanks
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