Joined March 2013
Weight History

Start Weight
170.6 lb
Lost so far: 14.4 lb

Current Weight
156.2 lb
Performance: losing 2.8 lb a week

Goal Weight
140.0 lb
Still to go: 16.2 lb
Been on the weight loss yo yo for about 30 years. Pretty tired of it. Have been on FS for at least 4 of those cycles. Have adopted a slower approach this time that may be maintainable for life. Life long attitudes towards food that center around body shaming, family patterns, coupled with an actual love for the creative aspect of cooking (I was a professional cook for 10 years) and a love of really good food and fine ingredients has made this a difficult journey. Not a sporty person, I did not begin exercising for real until I was in my 40s. Have run several marathons, triathlons, long-distance biking... am now, as I approach 60, more moderate in my exercise. Enjoy hiking. Long time dream is to thru-hike the AT: maybe in retirement which is 10 years off. Spend a lot of my time at work receiving the hospitality of church communities (as a bishop I travel to a different church each week ) and there is always a church supper or potluck in my weekend work plans.

Revaudrey's Weight History


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last weighin: losing 0.6 lb a week Down
last weighin: losing 11.2 lb a week Down
last weighin: losing 9.8 lb a week Down
last weighin: gaining 1.5 lb a week Up

Revaudrey's Cookbook

cals: 189kcal | fat: 16.34g | carbs: 8.50g | prot: 7.79g
Flourless Chocolate Cake
A decadent, guilt free chocolate cake without flour or sugar.
cals: 242kcal | fat: 18.66g | carbs: 10.59g | prot: 10.09g
Cauliflower Fried Rice
Grated cauliflower instead of rice is both delicious and low carb.
cals: 195kcal | fat: 15.67g | carbs: 11.97g | prot: 3.53g
Carrot Zucchini Cake
A low carb tasty alternative to carrot cake.
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Revaudrey's Latest Posts

I grow my own
Yes, I have that problem, too.
The best I can do is to break down recipes and search for the whole, not processed ingredients on the lists.
posted 15 Feb 2014, 07:48
Butternut Squash Overload
cube up the squash, toss in a bowl with a bit of olive oil and a tiny sprinkle of sugar and some fresh herbs ( rosemary? thyme) and cook in a medium hot oven on a cookie sheet until caramelized and cooked through. Use a spatula to turn over half way through. Really good cooked drizzled with balsamic vinegar. I also like this over fresh spinach for a hot salad.
posted 02 Feb 2014, 18:34
Hello Buddies!
you go, girl. You can do this. And I love the idea of a new wardrobe at the end! Give yourself some smaller rewards along the way!
posted 15 Jan 2014, 19:19
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