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May 13th, 2006
11:26 pm


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Food Log | A Productive Day
5/13/2006, 9:30 AM - 1/2 of a raspberry danish twist.
12:00 PM - a pear.
12:45 PM - a couple of swigs of chocolate soy milk and two fortune cookies.
1:50 PM - a couple of swigs of chocolate soy milk.
5:00 PM - 2 bowls of ziti with broccoli and black beans (with red curry paste, lemon juice, ginger powder, garlic, salt, and cayenne)
11:00 PM - another bowl of pasta and some orange juice.
I did some dishes and some laundry and picked up a bit in the living room and in my bedroom. And I watched eight episodes of Battlestar Galactica. Two more episodes to go, and then I'm all caught up on the DVDs that are out. Next up in my Netflix queue is the sixth season on The West Wing. Tomorrow I'm going to finish up the dishes and get the kitchen, living room, and office completely in shape, and maybe get my bedroom most of the way in shape. And I'm also planning on going shopping. I hope there's a bit of a break in the rain.


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Date:May 14th, 2006 01:19 pm (UTC)
ohohohohohoh! Just wait until you get to the Pegasus 3-parter (although only the first one is available right now). It makes the Kobol sequence look dull. It's what made BB an addict rather than a fan and it's fantastic on every level.

Anyway, one suggestion re: food (especially since you're on a cleaning roll and this is a great background task while cleaning) is to make a bunch of soup. Soup freezes well (well, not the potatoleek, which freezes poorly) and, depending on the type of soup you make, is a basic source of protein and veggies for when you feel guilty looking at your food log. Freeze pint-sized containers that can be easily defrosted for a meal. It really helps. Soup is something you can make a ot of all at once, but can also be left alone on the stove to simmer while you do other tasks, so it's a great option.
Or, of course, you could do what BB does and just make a mega-lasagna every couple of months and freeze the slices. Enough ground poultry and vegetables in there and you can call it healthy. Healthier than a candy bar, anyway.
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