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    Just wake up from the bed now. Drinking coffee sitting on a chair.
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    Nothing... although I am having a baguette later
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    Breakfast -egg and milk
    Lunch -sandwich
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    Breakfast: Scrambled eggs on toast
    Lunch: 1 apple and a fruit bar
    Dinner: Turkey stir fry
    Snack: Dairy free chocolate covered raisins

    Will have a soya yoghurt later
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    Yesterday:

    Breakfast: A banana
    Lunch: A fruit salad
    Dinner: Porridge
    After dinner: Another fruit salad
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    Breskfast: hazelnut krave
    Lunch at like 4pm: Chicken mayo sweetcorn pasta
    Dinner: garlic bread with potato skins and chicken strips (the beauty of working late..)

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    Breakfast: Cereal
    Lunch: Bacon sandwich and packet of crisps
    Dinner: Salmon and salad
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    Breakfast: Cream cheese and bagel
    Lunch: Chicken burger
    Dinner: not had it yet - will have chicken curry and rice.

    Snacks: Chocolate fingers, ice cream and a bag of crisps.

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    For breakfast egg and milk, for lunch noodles and for dinner green salad
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    Had moussaka for my tea. I don't like the vegetables, whether that's the courgettes or aubergine I don't know but one of them has a strange taste.

    I tried hummus for the first time and it was pretty good though. Not as good as taramasalata but decent :cool:
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    Hey

    breakfast= sultana branfakes with soy milk.
    americano with soy
    Lunch= sweet chilli hummus, carrorts and pitta bread
    snack=1/2 a mango, cup of tea
    Dinner= quinoa with garlic, spinach, courgettes, peas and almonds. With a homemade pea puree
    snack= cashew nut and date snack bar
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    breakfast- Mini Weetabix
    normally i have a digestive (that biscuit brand, not something that deliberately helps the system :P)
    then i have a sandwich, generally egg mayonaise. Along with an apple some days (more often i dont though, i REALLY need to eat healthier in terms of fruit :/)
    then maybe if i feel peckish a biscuit later but thats not often
    For dinner i have all kinds of things, can be jacket potato, can be spaghetti bolognese etc.

    However i'm still at home with my family, studying A levels. When i go to uni i honestly wouldnt be surprised if i starve myself from restricting money to buy food too much.
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    Cabbage soup, thats it
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    Chicken burger and chips from a local joint. Good stuff.
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    Daal-chawal and daru

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    Today I've had two weetabix with hazelnut milk, tomato and lentil soup with baguette. For dinner we've planned to have a sausage pasta bake


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