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Trying new thing!

#1
I did my weekly shop tonight, and trying to find new things to eat to get out of the fry up/meat & veg routine. So to night I bought.
Grilled cheese to try, not a big fan! Tasted like rubber as soon as it cooled down a bit, but ok hot.
Tinned Mackerel Fillets in a hot chilli dressing (trace carbs, 2 tins for £1 on offer) and these were lush. Not really hot but sooo good. Will be stocking up for salads!

Was wondering what new things have you tried recently, any good?
 
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#2
OOOO, love frying cheese, halloumi or something like that even better when its slightly blackened and mackeral, good choice of dinner :)
 
#6
Don't over cook the halloumi (or it gets REALLY rubbery), and try it with some lemon juice. If it's too salty, try washing it first under running cold water.

Drool... now I want some!
 
#8
If there was a competition between Stilton and Halloumi for World's Sexiest Cheese I'd be hard pressed to pick a winner!
 
#10
I did my weekly shop tonight, and trying to find new things to eat to get out of the fry up/meat & veg routine. So to night I bought.
Grilled cheese to try, not a big fan! Tasted like rubber as soon as it cooled down a bit, but ok hot.
Tinned Mackerel Fillets in a hot chilli dressing (trace carbs, 2 tins for £1 on offer) and these were lush. Not really hot but sooo good. Will be stocking up for salads!

Was wondering what new things have you tried recently, any good?
I did cajun chicken skewers and spicy wedges last night. lush!!
 
#11
Piglet, get yourself to the cheese isle and start working your way through. You'll find something that floats your boat.

:)
 

ladyfelsham

Clean green leafy machine
#13
You gotta try first and see how you get on, Piglet :) The scales will soon tell you if you are one of the "rare" ones, like me.
 
#19
In my opinion just follow what the Atkins book recommends, a little bit of cheese and take it from there. Like the ladies say, the scales will tell you all you need to know!

I can say from my perspective though that I think I would have failed the low carb lifestyle without cheese. Good on you those who manage to do without.
 


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