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  1. Greg
    June 27, 2011 @ 4:04 pm

    Hi Susan – great post – this type of post is so very helpful- practical. I can use this everyday! I have your peanut butter/chocolate cookies in the oven – from your SELF blog- love ALL those posts too – hope you won!
    Feeling good this summer – have been back on your advice (the circle game) and am down in weight and have more energy.
    If I drop 10-15 pounds I will be right where I want to be – with your info I know I will get there and stay there.
    My goats are producing really well – milking 16 – so lots of yogurt, milk, cheese and light on the sugar ice cream. By the way – how are you at making ice cream – maybe a new post? The veggie garden is full and strawberries/raspberries abundant.
    Thanks again for the consult – your book is my best friend these days 🙂 actually most days!

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  2. Susan Dopart
    June 28, 2011 @ 3:59 am

    Thanks Greg – glad things are going so well and thanks for the update! Good idea about an ice-cream post. Glad the lunch one was useful!

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  3. Greg
    July 20, 2011 @ 8:35 pm

    Do you mean a transition between breakfast and dinner? If so, I like that thinking – make it not a big event. Often at work it is a big event for people and then all we do is come back and sit! For myself, a guy, would this type of lunch provide enough calories?

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  4. Susan Dopart
    July 21, 2011 @ 4:13 am

    Yes – that is exactly what I mean. This may not be enough calories for you (or a man) – you might need to add some chicken or cottage cheese or a little more protein. Thanks for asking Greg

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