Joined January 2009
Weight History

Start Weight
200.0 lb
Lost so far: 18.0 lb

Current Weight
182.0 lb
Performance: losing 0.4 lb a week

Goal Weight
170.0 lb
Still to go: 12.0 lb
I'm a married with 3 kids guy. Live in the Southeast US. Trying to get back in decent shape for overall health and well being. Wouldn't mind looking better as an added benefit.

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SnaveDogg's Cookbook

cals: 281kcal | fat: 17.18g | carbs: 17.83g | prot: 15.15g
Creamy Tortellini & Sausage Soup
Name says it all.
cals: 290kcal | fat: 19.60g | carbs: 20.61g | prot: 12.16g
Cauliflower with Dijon Sauce
Quick cauliflower side done in the microwave.
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Favorite Meals
Once I find my "Favorite Meals" list, it shows up near the top that its "path" is My FatSecret>Favorite Meals. But when I go to My FatSecret, I can find no link to My Favorite Meals. The only way I have found it, is by going to an individual day where I Enter Food, and it is down the right side navigation. :\

Why isn't Favorite Meals listed under My FatSecret?? (like Weight History, My Journal, Diet Calendar, My Groups, etc etc)
posted 10 Jul 2013, 08:55
Recipes on Fatsecret
thanks mlg
posted 28 Mar 2013, 09:25
Recipes on Fatsecret
thanks for the info.
posted 19 Mar 2013, 15:32
Recipes on Fatsecret
I entered a few recipes a long time ago, and they are still listed as "pending." Pending what? Does anyone know the details about when they go "live?"
posted 19 Mar 2013, 12:46
Ideas for Packed Lunch for Work
lots of things you can do...
make tuna salad, chicken salad or egg salad and make a sandwich. Bring RAW almonds to snack on. They are only 7 calories each and it doesn't take a lot to fight of the snack cravings. A can of soup with some saltines. Make your own stews and/or soups and put them in resealable microwave-safe containers. You can make a meal for dinner and when you are putting away the leftovers, you can use the lunch size resealable containers to store everything in. You can go ahead and plate-up some lunches as you put away leftovers.
The Gladware 3& 1/8 cup square containers work GREAT for this. You can put a 3 course meal in one container. And they stack in the fridge or freezer. They even freeze well. You can make your own frozen dinners. What I do to cut microwave time on a home-made frozen dinner is just leave it out or in a bag at my desk to help thaw it. They are usually still frozen when lunch time rolls around, but they are partially defrosted, so microwave time is reduced.
posted 18 Mar 2009, 15:28
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