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    Butternut squash baked with olive oil and quinoa with tomato sauce, both with nutritional yeast flakes sprinkled on top. I love them.

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    Crack slaw and citrus salad

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    Quote Originally Posted by pinkytoe View Post
    Crack slaw and citrus salad
    Crack is whack.

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    Ham and steamed cauliflower. I'll go for something fancier tomorrow.
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    A mix of triple zero cherry yogurt, steel cut oats, coconut flakes, raisins, olive oil and lemon juice.

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    Fried eggs, sausage, bacon, and sourdough toast.

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    DH is making pork tenderloin medallions with butternut squash puree and roasted red potatoes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveinMN View Post
    Ham and steamed cauliflower. I'll go for something fancier tomorrow.
    The "something fancier" was a tri-tip steak I bought by chance at an Asian supermarket. Tough?? DW wouldn't even try it. I soldiered through a piece though I think it would have been less work overall to open a can of tuna or something. I will turn the rest of the steak into thinly-sliced beef for pho or somesuch. Maybe roast chicken tonight....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yppej View Post
    A mix of triple zero cherry yogurt, steel cut oats, coconut flakes, raisins, olive oil and lemon juice.

    This but I will use slivered almonds instead of coconut today to mix it up.

    Also quinoa with eggplant bruschetta.

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    Baked haddock

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