Easy Does It

How this Fast Diet Lifestyle works: Eat these meals tomorrow. On Monday, eat the meals that will be posted on Sunday.  Eat sensibly the other days of the week.  That’s it.  Simple way to lose weight and be healthier.

Busy, busy, BUSY! If you are in the Northern Hemisphere, summer is over and the kids are back at school and new projects are starting at work and the garden needs to be harvested and….  If you are in the Southern Hemisphere, Spring is about to arrive and the garden has to be gotten ready and the camper has to be checked out and the list of things at work gets longer and… I hear you: you want EASY food.  Fasting tomorrow is going to get really easy.  Who wants to prepare complicated meals at this time of year?                                                          So, the breakfast for tomorrow is left-over quiche from Monday night’s dinner.  Add some fresh fruit, coffee, and a smoothie and you are all set.  Dinner consists of chicken sliders in BBQ sauce.  The chicken can be from a previous dinner and the preparation is a snap.

Salmon Quiche:  serves 6   Per serving of quiche: 110 calories  6 oz fat  0.5 g fiber  9.6 g protein  3.5 g carbs  56 mg Calcium  PB GF   Yes indeed, the first time I made this for a luncheon, I served it for breakfast the next Fast Day. And it was just as delicious.Salmon Quiche  See recipe from Summer’s End, posted Sunday, Sept 2, 2018.                                                     Add 1 oz melon                                                                                                        + 30 calories                                                                                                                                           blackish coffee or blackish tea or lemon in hot water                                     +53 calories                                                                                   5-6 oz green smoothie or fruit smoothie or unpasturized apple cider               +88 calories

Chicken BBQ Sliders: 281 calories  4 g fat  5.3 g fiber  27 g protein   35 g carbs [20 g Complex]  166 mg Calcium   Such a simple meal to prepare. Such a fun meal to eat. HINT: This recipe makes 2 [two] servings. Invite a friend or save the rest for lunch another day.Chicken BBQ Sliders w: coleslaw

3 whole wheat slider buns @ 100 calories each [we prefer Martin’s brand]                                       5 oz cooked chicken breast, sliced                                                                                                                      2 Tbsp Corky’s BBQ Sauce                                                                                                                                                            per serving: 1/2 cup coleslaw [Sidekicks II, 4 oct. 2018]  —OR—   2 oz cherry tomatoes + ¾ oz carrot sticks

Warm the chicken and the sauce together over low heat. Open the slicer buns and toast them lightly on a heavy skillet. Spoon the filling into the slider buns and cut each one in half. One serving = 3 halves. Plate with the vegetables for an absurdly easy dinner.

Ingredients for next week: breakfast, single portion

1 two-oz egg Next Thursday, I will post some sauces
leek  +  dill weed and recipes for foods which form the
lemon juice foundation of many menus.
salmon
low-fat sour cream or plain Greek yogurt Choose a favorite from the Archives
Whatever you need for your smoothie Whatever you need for your hot beverage
Whatever you need for your hot beverage Whatever you need for your smoothie

Dinner, single portion:

salmon +   leeks Ditto
garlic  +  clam juice
milk  +  peas
cornstarch  + green beans
dill  +  nutmeg  + cayenne
Sparkling water Sparkling water

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