you can buy stainless steel "soap" things that are great for ridding your hands of strong smells..
no actual soap used, you just rub it round your hands like you would a bar of soap.. no idea how it works..
a white board in the kitchen ( you can get magnetic ones that you can stick to the fridge.. ) is good for planning your meals on and shopping lists..
On a weekend when I am cooking, I prep all my veg that I have bought, par boil it and then let it cool and put it in the freezer in portion sizes in freezer bags. Then in the week when I get home from work I have veg that is already peeled and part cooked.
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This is a tip I was given by my consultant when I went to S W before I enrolled again last week. If you are having skimmed milk (yes it sometimes looks thin, grey and unappetising) opt for the skimmed UHT instead. I know some people dont like UHT but if you do it looks creamier and a lot nicer. I reach for the UHT automatically and find it more than acceptable. This may help some people happy slimming
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Diet: was cambridge now SW
Start Date: 5th JAN 2011
Start Weight: 13st11lb
Current Weight: 13st1.5lb
Goal Weight: 9st7lb
Goal Date: 30th may 2011
Start BMI: 31.1
Current BMI: 29.6
Goal BMI: 21.5
Total Weight Loss: 0st9.5lb
Weight to Lose: 3st8.5lb
% Lost 4.92%
great thread i always drink at least 2 glasses of water before my dinner
Definately keep as skicky. We all have ideas which will no doubt help others.
That is a great idea, I have never liked skimmed milk so always stuck with semi skimmed. x
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"No other cupboards have lights that come on when you open them, so why does the fridge? It just encourages greedy people to eat at night" lol! Quote by Karl Pilkington
Glad to help!Give it a go and let me know how you get on! And you will have extra milk allowance if it works yipeeeeeeeeeeeee.
Loving this thread! I portion meat in sandwich bags too, but always wondered about putting my soup in it. Does it not leak?
I would have thought they would have to be airtight to keep food fresh??
Originally Posted by elb4160
13.5lbs down 31lbs to go to first goal
On the weekend when I buy all my fruit, I cut it all up and put in a big bowl/Tupperware in the fridge for the next few days. I buy loads of melons, strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, etc and when I feel hungry I have a bowl of it. Sometimes for breakfast too. You could even take it to work with you and dig in when you're peckish! I find it helps stop me reaching for syn treats!
I do the same with salad too and keep it in the fridge. Much easier when you're short of time or can't be bothered to stand in the kitchen for ages!
Believe in yourself - you will not fail
i always dish up meals for 4, two on plate for me and my bf other two in lunchboxes and put them in fridge for work for next couple days, stops me eating naughty at work
Baby girl was born 12.05pm on 21/11/11 weighing 8lb 13oz,
3 jellybeans, that is a good one. My consultant told me that one as well, then the milk doesnt soak through the weetabix so quickly.
Originally Posted by elb4160
it depends on your definition of "sandwhich bag"..
if it's twist tie bags then they will leak, if it's ziplock freezer type bags then no they don't..
Loving this thread! I do most of the tips already on here, as for the freezer bags, i use the store and pour bags which are also washable. They sell them for less than a quid for about 4 in home bargains also spotted them in Morrisons.Probably got loads of tips but my mind has gone blank! Grrr
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