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You can also season the tilapia and throw it in a non-stick foil pouch with some lemon. Seal it, then into the 350 deg oven for about 15-20 minutes. Very tender, makes it's own juice, and no need for added fat unless you want. (I do this with any white fleshed fish--works beautifully!)

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With that fish in foil and lemon add some baby spinach leaves on top - works for salmon too.

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I logged onto the forum today just to plug this site.

http://shop.kaysnaturals.com

They're crunchy! They're lowish in carbs and calories. Each serving is 12g of Protein. And best of all: THEY TASTE GOOD.

I placed an order and requested they send me a few samples. They sent me one of everything in addition to my order! I've tried the cheddar puffs (delicious) and the mocha espresso cookie bites (currently eating those now and they're good. Not the best but they scratch my itch for sweets). I was hesitant to buy anything without sampling, but these are genuinely good.

Pro tip: Sign up for their newsletter. They send out 30% off coupons every week for different products.

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I found Parmesan crips at whole foods in the specialty cheese section. I use them as chips and eat it with hummus, guac, bean dip etc.

All my other high Protein Snacks are a bit boring after awhile like...smokehouse or sweet thai chili almonds and dried cranberries, spicy pork cracklins, jack links prime rib Jerky, Quest protein chips, salami/pepperoni and cheese


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I like pistachios and cashews the most.

Last night I ate a few Pork rinds with a spoonful of jalapeno cilantro hummus.

Bariatriceating.com has some Snacks that are like chex mix, just the chex. I haven't received them yet but I like what I've had from them so far.

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