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    Quote Originally Posted by Chicken lady View Post
    Tybee, you will find what works for you. Don’t give up!

    Yesterday I cleaned out a stall.

    i have lost two pounds. I still think it is “noise”.
    That is wonderful, CL!

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    I am bowing out of this thread as so far, I haven't found any success, and it's just frustrating.
    Good luck to those who are commenting and finding it helpful. I have learned some new things to try, and that is good in itself.
    But I don't think I am at any kind of accountability stage yet, since I am floundering.

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    Good Luck with the search Tybee it is a hard one but,
    worth it. You are right going into an accountability stage
    when you are not ready is only adding frustration. not helpful at all.
    Danna

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    Thanks, Danna, that was my suspicion and thank you for putting it into words for me. You are right. I'm just not at that stage yet.

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    I’m sorry for the frustrstionnTybee, good luck on your search!

    i started the day with box cereal and yoga.

    i think I probably need to sit down and make a list of healthy, filling breakfasts that can be prepared in less than two minutes start to finish. (Or stuck in the fridge to be grabbed/heated in the same window) that seems to be my friction point. (And by “start” I mean walk into the kitchen, and buy “finish” I mean prep dishes are in the sink, ingredients are put away, and I am taking a bite.)

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    I am upping my Vitamin D intake. Do you know what has tons of Vitamin D? Mackeral! I bought 2 smallish frozen mackeral and one serving provides 74% of daily requirement. That is a ton of citamin D.

    Not really knowing what to do with these fish, and not wanting them to rot, i cooked them in the microwave and deboned them. I guess
    i will use the meat on a salad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iris lilies View Post
    I am upping my Vitamin D intake. Do you know what has tons of Vitamin D? Mackeral! I bought 2 smallish frozen mackeral and one serving provides 74% of daily requirement. That is a ton of citamin D.

    Not really knowing what to do with these fish, and not wanting them to rot, i cooked them in the microwave and deboned them. I guess
    i will use the meat on a salad.
    you can use them to make mackeral cakes--like crabcakes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iris lilies View Post
    I am upping my Vitamin D intake. Do you know what has tons of Vitamin D? Mackeral! I bought 2 smallish frozen mackeral and one serving provides 74% of daily requirement. That is a ton of citamin D.

    Not really knowing what to do with these fish, and not wanting them to rot, i cooked them in the microwave and deboned them. I guess
    i will use the meat on a salad.
    I was just commenting to a friend that I wish I liked sardines (or any fish, truthfully) because they're nutritional powerhouses. Other than using small amounts of anchovies in salad dressing or fish sauce, so far I haven't managed it. I can handle cod liver oil.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JaneV2.0 View Post
    I was just commenting to a friend that I wish I liked sardines (or any fish, truthfully) because they're nutritional powerhouses. Other than using small amounts of anchovies in salad dressing or fish sauce, so far I haven't managed it. I can handle cod liver oil.
    DH jokes about how many cans of sardines I have purchased that sat in the pantry for months because I thought I would eat them (for the nutritional value) but couldn't bring myself to do it. My father loved them and ate them all the time.

    I do love anchovies, though. On pizza, in salads, whatever.

    When I got back from Japan, I vowed to figure out how to have Japanese breakfasts, which feature lots of fish, usually simple poached or grilled small portions. Haven't done it yet.
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    The package of feozen anchovies at the asian food mart had no nutrition label, so i skipped over buying it. In the back of my mind I thought surely anchovies have a lot of vitamin D! I’ll probably buy some next time around.


    Jane, I have fish sauce in my refrigerator and I use it, but I just looked at the nutrition label and it doesn’t impart vitamin D to us, it has 0%.

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