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Porridge made with rolled oats, oat milk, coconut milk and almond milk, topped with Mayver's peanut butter, dates, coconut and chia seeds.

 

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Celery with Mayver's peanut butter and currants.

 

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A quarter of a banana, raspberries, three tablespoons of yogurt and the most amazing cereal topper 😊

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Okonomiyaki (Japanese Pancake) with otafuku sauce, bonito shavings, kewpie mayo and seaweed flakes. Delicious!

 

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Ryvitas with avocado, a tiny tin of baked beans and a little light cheese. And of course, a tonne of pepper.

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I had seed grain toast today with butter and topped with 1 scrambled egg, 1/2 bunch asparagus and some guacamole (1/4 avo). I made the guacamole using a small avocado and added thinly diced green chili (mild) and small red chili hot) and added lime juice, lots of coriander and salt and pepper. It was so spicy from that little hot red chilli. Loved it. Sorry no pic. 

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Marinated chicken, spanish onion, mushrooms, sundried tomatoes and cashews in a creamy garlic sauce with linguini. I may of only had a couple of mouthfuls but it was worth every bite!

 

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Carrot and Zucchini layered meatloaf, with pork mince and some rice on the side. 

 

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Breakfast

Uncle Toby's hi fibre cereal

Lunch 2 poached eggs and a tub of chobani yoghurt with that birdseed mixture in it that's suppose to make you go to the loo

Henrywashere lol...

Dinner tonight probably pumpkin soup as this is when I struggle with tightness and the a hot cup of chocolate fat free one

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Banana sandwich, sans bread.

(Banana, peanut butter, coconut and currants.)

 

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Banana pancakes with walnuts, coconut and honey. (My daughter found this recipe. One mashed banana whisked with a fork into 2 eggs with a little cinnamon and cooked in a little nuttelex lite. No flour !!! This makes 4 small pancakes/pikelets. They have a light crepe like texture and you won't believe how delicious they are. I'm not a fan of eggy but these aren't eggy at all.)

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Pesto encrusted salmon fillets on a bed of pumpkin and served with veg. A side of spinach would've done very nicely too but I didn't have any! YUM! For those in Perth, the Boatshed in Cottesloe, although pricey has excellent fish, and steak and a real patisserie and everything really!

Ohh and baked apple with cinnamon for dessert!

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No the Boatshed gourmet supermarket in Cottesloe. We generally only buy or meat there if we are having guests over as it's excellent quality but has the price to match. Worth a look for meat, fish and their deli area :)

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I am super keen to try the banana pancakes that Trish posted, but I am still on liquid phase so will have to wait.

 

Love the fact there is no flour in them, and I have about 15 bananas in my freezer that need using and I wont be making banana cake again for a while!

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No the Boatshed gourmet supermarket in Cottesloe. We generally only buy or meat there if we are having guests over as it's excellent quality but has the price to match. Worth a look for meat, fish and their deli area :)

 

Oh cool. I don't get down to Cotts often, but could be worth a trip! Up here in the Swan Valley we are spoilt for choice with gourmet wines, chocolates and fresh fruit and vegetables. The Willowbank Butchery has a dry aged cabinet and alot of game meat. I'm finding now more and more in Perth, the burbs are becoming so independent. Which is good in a way with the price of fuel lol 

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Savoury Porridge ... porridge made with vegeta stock, onion, red capsicum, chilli, ginger, salt'n'pepper, topped with a couple of runny poached eggs, more pepper and chilli and fresh coriander.

I have died and gone to food heaven.

 

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I had these delicious side dishes at Jamie Oliver's restaurant in Perth recently. Granted we can't all cook like Jamie but! It got me thinking back to simple cooking. First dish is simple greens, sea salt and oil, it was hot and fresh and tasty on a cold day. Second is Zucchini Fritti, whole mini zucchinis with a real crunch, lightly battered with some pickled peppers. I are two and half of the greens and it was awesome. Time to rethink the foods after this lunch out. My menu always seems to be evolving.

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I had these delicious side dishes at Jamie Oliver's restaurant in Perth recently. Granted we can't all cook like Jamie but! It got me thinking back to simple cooking. First dish is simple greens, sea salt and oil, it was hot and fresh and tasty on a cold day. Second is Zucchini Fritti, whole mini zucchinis with a real crunch, lightly battered with some pickled peppers. I are two and half of the greens and it was awesome. Time to rethink the foods after this lunch out. My menu always seems to be evolving.

 

I can cook like Jamie Oliver. Sort of ... lol

Beef Kofta Curry and rice with beans and peas.

 

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I can cook like Jamie Oliver. Sort of ... lol

Beef Kofta Curry and rice with beans and peas.

 

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Nicely presented!

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Probably not the healthiest thing to have but this is my version of Ceasar Salad. Lettuce, a boiled egg, a bit of cheese and Ceasar dressing (and sometimes some steamed chicken breast but not on this one) 

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Probably not the healthiest thing to have but this is my version of Ceasar Salad. Lettuce, a boiled egg, a bit of cheese and Ceasar dressing (and sometimes some steamed chicken breast but not on this one) 

 

That does look tasty amy... that dressing might be a bit cheeky though! lol maybe that's why it looks so inviting!

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I've been quietly following this thread and thought I'd add some porn of my own!

Had this five-bean bake in a cafe a few weeks ago and wanted to re-create it. It's a delicious winter comfort food and good for banders as it's high in protein and doesn't require loads of chewing! The recipe is here - I substituted godlen syrup for molasses and used a tin of baked bean & ham instead of pork & beans which we can't get here. Also, you can used virtually any five tinned beans - I used cannelini, chickpeas, black beans and kidney beans. The recipe gives a slow-cooker option, so I popped in on last night at 10pm and it was ready this morning. Enjoyed it for lunch with a sprinkle of goat's cheese. Yummo.

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My post gym lunch today: Mushroom and onion omelette.

Eggs, a dash of oat milk, heaps of mushrooms and onions, fresh parsley, a tiny bit of parmesan, pepper, and cooked in butter. (I'm obsessed with butter at the moment. Doesn't seem to be hurting my weight. Need to get my cholesterol re-checked soon. It's usually excellent but if it's gone up the butter will have to go. I hope that won't be the case. It'll be harder to give up than sugar ... lol.)

325 calories.

 

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