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    Some Fage yogurt mixed with diced apricot and banana. Very good.
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    A panfried chicken leg with tomato and onion on brown rice.

    Have a yummy berry mousse and some candy for dessert later
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    just tea right now but will be eating peas with artichokes and potatoes later. nom nom nom

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    Coffee and Vitamin D supplements.
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    White chocolate ^^

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    Clam chowder, piece of broiled pangasius, baby spinach salad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by january View Post
    Some Fage yogurt mixed with diced apricot and banana. Very good.
    I just had Fage yogurt mixed with blueberry juice.
    Greek yogurt is amazing!
    The best mix is Fage yogurt with honey and a small amount of walnuts.

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    made butterscotch pudding for the first time last night, eating a bowl for breakfast. Is it possible to have a nom-gasm?
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    pumpkin spiced coffee, peanut butter & orange marmalade on a slice of multigrain toast. It's like a food binge - for a fucking ballerina.
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    Burnt Popcorn!

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    poached egg with sweet potato, spinach, onion, portobello and artichoke hash.

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    Cool to see how many people are having Fage yoghurt these days (even if I can't have any anymore *sniffle*) I'm curious, how much does it cost in the US? It's something like 1.20-1.50 euros for 200 gr. here.

    Not eating anything. After the total humiliation of clothes shopping today I have decided to give up food.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yanna View Post
    Cool to see how many people are having Fage yoghurt these days (even if I can't have any anymore *sniffle*) I'm curious, how much does it cost in the US? It's something like 1.20-1.50 euros for 200 gr. here.

    Not eating anything. After the total humiliation of clothes shopping today I have decided to give up food.
    I live in Italy and that's the price here.
    I eat the fat free one, it's only 50 something calories for 100gr. so not really bad for a diet.

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    I don't like the 0% fat one, no taste. The 2% fat is much better and the difference in calories is only 20 cals or so.

    Full fat yoghurt tastes so strong to me i could never eat it plain. It's not just about the calories. I've had it in desserts and dips though and it's good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yanna View Post
    I don't like the 0% fat one, no taste. The 2% fat is much better and the difference in calories is only 20 cals or so.

    Full fat yoghurt tastes so strong to me i could never eat it plain. It's not just about the calories. I've had it in desserts and dips though and it's good.
    Yeah, I don't like cheese and the full fat one tastes to much like cheese when it's plain... but it is the best with honey or mixed with other ingredients.

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