345 Days of Not Eating Out: Weeks 22 and 23

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May 29th (Day 140) – Two slices of strawberry bread for breakfast with Trader Joe’s Chai Tea. Chips and salsa for lunch/dinner.

May 30th (Day 141)  – No breakfast. Green chili brisket with garlic mashed potatoes for lunch. Chips and salsa for dinner.

May 31th (Day 142)  – Two donuts at group meeting for breakfast. Left over green chili brisket with garlic mashed potatoes for lunch. Tortilla chips for dinner (out of salsa!)

June 1st (Day 143)  – Seaseme seed bagel with cream cheese for breakfast. Left over pock chop and stuffing for lunch. Shitake mushroom soup for dinner.

June 2nd (Day 144)  – Poptart for breakfast. Left over green chili brisket with garlic mashed potatoes for lunch. Hot pocket for dinner (terrible, terrible).

June 3rd (Day 145)  – Omelet for breakfast. Roast beef sandwich for lunch. Pasta for dinner. (On interview)

June 4th (EAT OUT) – Vacation after interview

June 5th (EAT OUT)  – Vacation after interview

June 6th (EAT OUT)  –  Vacation after interview

June 7th (Day 146) – No breakfast. Shitake mushroom soup for dinner. Rice and mushroom tacos for dinner.

June 8th (Day 147)  – Raisin bread for breakfast. Left over green chili brisket with garlic mashed potatoes for lunch. Rice/beef/green chili/green peppers/black beans tacos for dinner.

June 9th (Day 148) – Trader Joe’s Chai tea for breakfast. Left over rice/beef/green chili/green peppers/black beans tacos for lunch. Nothing for dinner.

June 10th (Day 149) – Trader Joe’s Chai tea for breakfast. Left over rice/beef/green chili/green peppers/black beans tacos for lunch. Olives, crackers and cheese for dinner.

June 11th (Eat Out) – Mini-vacation to Washington/Oregon

Total Days I’ve Eaten Out in 2010: 14

(Was out of town this weekend, that is why I’m late posting this. Oops!)

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5 Responses to 345 Days of Not Eating Out: Weeks 22 and 23

  1. Alice says:

    I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again.. chips and salsa are not dinner! 🙂 As a science prof you need to walk over to the nutrition department at your university and get a nutrition plan!Incorporate veggies and fruits!

  2. I admire your not eating but don’t sacrifice short term financial gain for long term expensive health consequences. I was a Dieitian for 7 years before moving into finance specifically insolvency (no sh&* bankruptcy ben) but ill health is the second leading cause of bankruptcy. Diabetes, heart disease, stroke, cancer are all really expensive, not to mention a total bummer.

  3. Alice says:

    Yes… salsa is a veg… and low cal. OK you win 🙂

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