I took a peek at the scale and I am right on track for a loss this week! I just need to keep on course. Easier said than done.
I went grocery shopping today and got lots of fresh veggies from the produce department - red seedless grapes, baby spinach, broccoli, zucchini, eggplant, potatoes, onions and a head of cabbage! The cabbage is going to be one of the new vegetables. I have had cabbage before, but it was kimchi. Kimchi is basically a Korean staple of fermented spicy cabbage. I have had kimchi turnips, cucumbers, green beans, etc.
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Since this is the only way I have really ever had cabbage, I am planning to cook one for the first time. I am pretty excited about it! Not sure what the best way of cooking it is, but I am sure there are some recipes I can look at.
Let's see, I also bought some tilapia, which is what we are having for dinner. Did you know that 8 whole ounces of tilapia is only 4 measly WW points? I couldn't believe it! We are also having rice and roasted asparagus to go with it. Yumm!
Some other things I bought for meal planning this week were boneless, skinless chicken breasts and thighs, ground sirloin, ground turkey, lean boneless center cut pork chops, a new bread (Nature's Own Honey Grain which is only 2 points vs. the 3 point Earth Grains), and a few frozen items - mango sorbet and peach sorbet.
Tomorrow is going to be a really busy day, so I have decided to pack a lunch and snacks. I will be driving on the road during lunch time, so instead of a drive-thru window, it's going to be a sandwich and some grapes. I haven't decided on dinner yet. I could make some spaghetti made with ground turkey or we could have the chops. I haven't made up my mind yet. I will look thru the Food Network before bed to see if anything inspires me.
Curious.... how do you plan out your meals? I could use some ideas.
Hope you all had a great weekend! See you in Monday!