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JanineVSG

Gastric Sleeve Patients
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About JanineVSG

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    Senior Member
  • Birthday 01/17/1992

About Me

  • Gender
    Female
  • Interests
    video games, drawing
  • Occupation
    Librarian
  • City
    Knoxville
  • State
    TN

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  1. It's funny; I was really worried the past few days about how easy it's been to reach 1,000 calories, and today I was barely able to reach 850 despite having eaten some good meals and worked out. I just need to be more conscious of what food choices I make. I'm learning more about what makes me feel satiated every day! Definitely tuna and chicken, for sure. Dangerous foods for me include roasted chickpeas, cheese, and nuts... They just don't fill me up much. 

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    2. Creekimp13

      Creekimp13

      I love apple chips in the dehydrater....absolute favorite. And cherries. I do my own and throw a few in my oatmeal:)

    3. FluffyChix

      FluffyChix

      Ok, spill it! I've got a dehydrator! How do you do either/both???? Please pretty please!!!

      I found my dehydrator at Salvation Army Thrift Store for $5. :) I'm a tightwad and find a lot of small appliances there! :D

    4. Creekimp13

      Creekimp13

      I slice my apples up with a crank slicer, dip them in lemon so they don't brown...spray the racks with cooking spray so they'll pop off...and essentially just let the thing run until they're crunchy. Takes hours and time depends on humidity.

      For cherries, I like to slice them in half, remove the pit and get them drying. They're a juicy mess...but there is nothing better. There are tons of tutorials online for different kinds of dehydrators.

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