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Sunday, October 03, 2010

It's been a good day
I roasted 2 whole chickens then skinned and deboned then, and put into 84 gram packs to use the next few weeks for my lean lunch protein...its so yummy and cheap this way.
Lunch meat is so spendy, and full of sodium and who knows what else...I feel way better doing this myself.. then I know exactly what I'm eating's. and less processed is healthier no matter what it is......I also made a big pot of vegetable soup and froze them in 1 cup sizes I can take to work for lunch, I add the chicken sometimes and have a fantastic warm healthy lunch and with cooler weather coming, at least I think it's coming, I'll be prepared.

The rest of my day is getting things ready for the week and catching up on things around the house.

So a rather boring day but still a good one....

Have a healthy week


Kitt
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  • no profile photo DEVORA4
    Take care. Don't eat luncheon meat. Watch Tough Love for a surprise! emoticon
    3335 days ago
  • JENNRUHE
    It sounds like you're set for the week. Great idea for the chicken. emoticon
    3335 days ago

    Comment edited on: 10/3/2010 5:47:33 PM
  • LAINIESNEWLIFE
    Sounds yummy, Kitt! Have a great week!

    Hugs,

    Lainie
    3335 days ago
  • -POOKIE-
    Excellent going, very productive!
    3335 days ago
  • BARBARAROSE54
    Great job Kitt. I bake chicken breasts and have them wrapped in the fridge so I can have chicken to go with my meals. Yes luncheon meat is full of sodium and who knows what else.
    3335 days ago
  • SPUNKYJOY77
    It sure is good to prepare lunch foods with out all of the added junk. I enjoy days that I can do that. Having a freezer is helpful. I also prepare meals for my mother-in-law and freeze them in individual portions. emoticon emoticon emoticon
    3335 days ago
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