Step 1 Sole Source + Quick question about foods on SS+

Discussion in 'Cambridge Weight Plan' started by GLL, 28 March 2014.

  1. GLL

    GLL Well-Known Member

    Had a good long think about doing ss+ instead of ss. The lack of food of any kind will be my downfall.

    What foods (and quantities) are allowed on ss+? Going to go shopping this morning and need to know what to grab :)

    Seeing my consultant Saturday for my weigh in and restock, but I know she's mega busy tomorrow with family stuff so kinda don't want to bother her and I am impatient.
  2. GLL

    GLL Well-Known Member

    found it on the cd forums :)

    never thought id be so happy to have salad and some chicken :D
  3. Tiggemma

    Tiggemma Well-Known Member

    Good lean protein and green veg/salad and you can't go wrong. Amazing chewing and crunching on actual food. Fresh crunchy lettuce is a joy! Never thought I'd say that!
  4. leehal

    leehal Well-Known Member

    I found the key to sticking with it was curry and chilli powder, livened up fish and chicken no end.

    Used pickled cabbage to add some flavour to my lettuce too.
  5. Tiggemma

    Tiggemma Well-Known Member

    Definitely after the first week or so the need for flavour is big so chilli etc are a must!
  6. GLL

    GLL Well-Known Member

    I'm lucky I'm one of those weird people who LOVE cottage cheese :D last night I took half chicken and half cottage cheese allowance and had with lettuce n cucumber :D I'm also lucky I like quite bland foods and rarely add salt and extra flavourings to cooking.

    Also realised after hunting about online for the SS+ food list for half n hour for an official one....its in the CD book *rolls eyes @ self*.

    Okay so ideas with chilli and curry powder then? what to do with it?

    Can the golden veg flavouring be used in cooking? or is it pointless? Baby stock cubes or even real ones? Would love to make a leek and chicken soup.
  7. leehal

    leehal Well-Known Member

    I just poured the powder onto the fish or chicken and stuck them in the oven.
  8. GLL

    GLL Well-Known Member

    TY, going to grab some next time I'm shopping :D

    I took the lazy option and bought pre cooked chicken (without added sugar - consultant checked it earlier and what I bought was fine) but I'll buy some fresh for cooking.

    Also got an answer re the stock cubes, the reduced salt ones are okay to use so I can make some chicken and leek soup - YAY!
  9. Tiggemma

    Tiggemma Well-Known Member

    A little bit of any spice would be great in cottage cheese and mixed in.

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