Goodeats for 9/25/2008

I can’t believe Thursday is over!  It’s practically the weekend.  I have a bunch of nectarines to use up, so you’re going to be hearing about them a lot.  I also apologize for the lack of pictures – I try to take as many pictures at home as I can, because sometimes it would a bit awkward in the office if I started snapping photos of my food.

This morning I got up and did 30-day Shred, Level 2.  This is significantly harder than Level 1 – I was sweating like mad and I almost started doing the modified versions of the moves (but I held out).


  • 1 chopped nectarine
  • Dannon 0% plus (strawberry)
  • 1 cup cheerios


  • 2 nectarines, yum 🙂

After my big snack I took my hour-long walk before lunch.  It was hot out today.  I kind of ended up speedwalking and I think I did almost 4 miles (instead of my usual 3).


  • leftover gumbo (shrimp, okra, butternut squash) over leftover salad (romaine, bacon bits, sauteed zucchs and onions)

  • sliced nectarine


  • 1 apple
  • ~1/2 cup serving of plain oatmeal
  • a few veggies from someone’s leftover salad

Before dinner I cut up a nectarine, a plum, and a peach.  I mixed some into the dinner salad, ate some while I was cooking, gave a little to Bobby, and finished them off after dinner.  I love fruit so much.


  • butternut squash, okra, and onion sauteed in a bit of sesame oil

  • salad – lettuce with plum/nectarine/peach, bacon bits, onion, and honey mustard dressing

  • fruit – nectarine, plum, peach (some in the salad, some plain, some for snacking, a little for Bobby)


  • broccoli and hummus

  • 1.5 la tortilla factory WW wraps dipped in fage 0% and almond butter (unpictured)

4 Replies to “Goodeats for 9/25/2008”

  1. No problem with the pictures. I love all the nectarines. 🙂 I do the same thing when my fruit is about to go funkdafied!

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