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    Urgh, very low fat =/= healthy.
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    Vegetable rice (or cous cous!!) maybe add lean meat or fish to add protein and help make you feel full for longer.

    Also use wholewheat where possible!

    Use vegetable with strong flavours :yes: - tomatoes, onion, sweetcorn. Add a tiny amount of copped garlic and/or sprinklings of herbs suck as parsley for extra tasty meals without adding naughties like cheese or thick sauces :yep:

    Seriously if you like this kind of food (not just eating it for the sake of dieting) then feel free to PM for a list of recipes - even tell me what kind of things you love and hate! I love cooking savoury dishes and I'm really good with making good tasting healthy meals :yes: But until I'm earning I have to eat the crap that my mum buys
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    Chicken fajitas FTW!!! :yep:
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    (Original post by HexagonalBolts)
    I'm trying a huuuge diet at the moment, so I've been eating little but salads the last few days. Unsurprisingly, this gets very boring, very fast. So can anyone recommend me what they think is the best tasting very healthy, very low fat meal? I'll probably try most of the ones I like the sound of and report back
    Why are you trying to diet?
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    (Original post by Tootles)
    Why are you trying to diet?
    Way too much fat on me, I'm trying to get rid of some over summer for university, hopefully paving the way for a healthier long term lifestyle, but probably just cutting a bit of weight off to make up for the weight I will gain from drinking so much
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    Soup's pretty low calorie and makes you feel fuller for longer than solid food.
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    (Original post by HexagonalBolts)
    Way too much fat on me, I'm trying to get rid of some over summer for university, hopefully paving the way for a healthier long term lifestyle, but probably just cutting a bit of weight off to make up for the weight I will gain from drinking so much
    This is going to sound really silly of me, but I'm going to say it anyway: do you have an actual need for drinking? Do you have an actual need for eating?

    Just cut back on the booze, walk/run/cycle more, and eat good, proper food.
 
 
 
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