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Re: Another menu for a day

PostPosted: Thu Jul 26, 2012 1:10 am
by El
Hello Everyone
Ok Yesterday's menu -
My Winter Breakfast Smoothie. Recipe - blend about 3/4 cup berries ( I find a combination of blueberries, raspberries and strawberries are the best) with 1 teaspoon linseed meal, 2 teaspoons flaxseed oil and 3/4 cup warmed soy or other milk. Nectar!!

Lunch was a serve of Eggplant in Tomato microwaved with about 2 cups of baby spinach leaves. This idea is a good shortcut lunch. You can take a serve of almost any cooked dish, like lentils, vege curry etc and microwave it with a mountain of spinach leaves which wilt down to give you a fabulous healthy lunch.

Dinner was Spicy Lentils with roast potatoes

The OMS diet plan is a whole new world of beautiful food for me and I wouldn't go back.

Re: Another menu for a day

PostPosted: Mon Aug 06, 2012 9:55 am
by Pauline Lowe
Hopefully a snack to make you smile: I do have meal reipes, too I can give you though I'm never very precise about measurements. Our daughter has ms & I have had to learn a new way of cooking to make sure she has lots of delicious food when she visits. Like you, she is a very small person & initially I worried about her losing weght on this diet. At the moment though, she is tandeming through
Eastern Europe & managing on this diet pretty well.

Sesame Bliss Balls

1/2 cup chopped pitted dates
1/2 cup raisins
1/2 cup chopped dried apricots
2tbspns flax seeds (also called linseed seeds)
1 cup walnuts or almonds
1 tsp each ground ginger and cinnamon
1/4 cup honey
1/2 cup seseme seeds
Place dates, riasins, flax seeds and nuts in the bowl of a food processor and process to mince.
Add spices & process to combine-mixture should be a thick textured paste. Warm honey in a small saucepan until liquid. Add honey to ground fruit & nut mixture and process to combine. Shape into walnut sized balls & place on a small tray. Roll in seseme seeds to coat.
will keep about 3 weeks stored n the fridge.

Re: Another menu for a day

PostPosted: Mon Aug 06, 2012 8:46 pm
by ruthmj
OK, here's yesterday's

Breakfast - bircher oats with grated apple, cinnamon, honey, rice milk, chopped almonds and sunflower seeds, + FSO
Lunch - leftover pasta with tuna, onion, chickpeas, tomato soup (next time I'll microwave some baby spinach leaves with it! - thanks, El)
Dinner - Vegetable Lasagne + salad

Snacks - fruit cake (half a slice), nuts and dried fruit, mandarine, fresh-picked snow peas
Drinks - 1 cup tea, many cups rooibos, water, 1 glass white wine

Re: Another menu for a day

PostPosted: Tue Aug 07, 2012 10:05 am
by drjo
Me today:

Breakfast - Porridge with soy milk, home made almond butter and maple syrup
Morning snack - home made pumpkin and cinnamon muffin
Lunch - home made celeriac and chick pea soup
Afternoon snack - soy chai
Dinner - black beans with sweet potato, avocado and salsa.

All good :)

Re: Another menu for a day

PostPosted: Wed Aug 15, 2012 5:17 pm
by Charlie81
one day from me :)

breakfast: homemade vegan muffin & coffee w soymilk
lunch: salad with sardines
dinner: rice & beans with veggies and FSO

snacks: almonds, fat free flat pretzels, peach, veggie crudites, few ginger chews :)

It's really encouraging (after nearly one year on the diet) to see that finally I'm easily able to stay under the 10g of sat fat!!!!

Re: Another menu for a day

PostPosted: Wed Aug 15, 2012 8:51 pm
by veg
that is great ^

breakfast: gluten free cereal whole grain blend, dried fruits, blue berries and peach, milled flax seed/sunflower/pumpkin, whole flax seeds and flax oil plus rice drink
lunch: home made tomato, red pepper, carrot, onion soup with asparagus rings and left over veg and white beans in it. Buckwheat crisp breads x 10
dinner: brown rice, big pile of mixed green veg, left over cauliflour and puy lentil curry with added fresh tomato
snacks: cherries, cape gosberries, raddish, dates, home made banana bread, walnut.
easy well under 10g sat fat.