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This is usually made with crab, but I have none in so used tuna.

135g can of tuna mushed with a fork to get rid of any lumps

2 soft boiled eggs

3-4 Tablespoons Low fat mayo

Add all ingredients to a bowl and mash well, normally you mix well and leave chunks of egg/crab but obvs you want it quite mushy for the puree stage.

Measure you serving out and eat :) (my plates look very scratched on camera and not black but brown!!)GyjyeOr-6Vdem94PxjMUcveghvlaZPqA_frb3SB_JYq9MBeq_DUGEXp_7oCiwXpKbcOYXHvQiad3Oy3WarE73-73PgPVOX3Kyu3s5wWzf5ZASwRzkjjc_Wb1HnDEP5U-vcbkBYAmT07rn8UJH3BLqjyQ6lsErSMo43RCvEVwGqgTP-F5znKfg_zxkI1OatmM8ycl4mgOZaSxadGCSagsgbGv44k9Ut8mtLG4e-BY8hJYu5lzqCiuTIrciWNshU5TG52sGD2TnWBikDS7ysBCHYtXklRbcXUtHuGeDsJz59b-EO-dUhmRKy4pgtUUmF4xLOga3dS0OslDnip4yZQTT59CGgo6GzsXIvKhAIr7hQ7BlzBOMhsUcQ_6yelNe6iezxZ77Ung8yeoHUZ-LzRsikriAGqjlYFH9XXQC5r8SxsaBPGjHnalfR5Shslm1M0oWwp1p7nkIMwH6C_t80DtQaPUbtegaS07aXd3GKALs2bjgoeljF2Tu1FjLYRKwAMkLODnwI_wRe0pvGneOCJliKdSEpxk-9u_21pc1p2YkCHl5ZQTUtcuq9RNvx_4gqlLr4Vex7yAC1jMorCmv2U0BI6tIh7wTga8YXMjFqjbng3lBoNDJI5JwjuCMQSjDSjW28te-h_6DTbgA-4b9vUSLzyoi0yYmuq8zkWuLlzOOGMadYlh3Ybbgp8k=w875-h746-no

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Next time, try subbing 2% cottage cheese for your mayo (can't remember if you are lactose intolerant?) then add 1 tbsp Greek yogurt and a tiny bit of mayo and a little bit of dijon mustard (chopped up Claussen dill pickle spear and a couple of chopped green onions if allowed).

It makes it so creamy, a better bang for your calorie and Protein buck, and tastes awesome!

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@FluffyChix ooh yummo, sounds fab :o yep lactose intolerant (insert any expletives you want here! :lol: ), still recovering from yesterday's accidental 'milk powder in the stock cube' meal, so stuck with the safe mayo today lol

Tummy is still dodgy so only managed 2 and a half tablespoons and that was my food for the day pffffft 80g Protein a day they said :lol:

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6 minutes ago, Bastian said:

@FluffyChix ooh yummo, sounds fab :o yep lactose intolerant (insert any expletives you want here! :lol: ), still recovering from yesterday's accidental 'milk powder in the stock cube' meal, so stuck with the safe mayo today lol

Tummy is still dodgy so only managed 2 and a half tablespoons and that was my food for the day pffffft 80g Protein a day they said :lol:

Get your fluids in hon. That's #1. You'll do it! And totally stick with the mayo!!! LOL. Damn you LI!!!

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1 minute ago, FluffyChix said:

Get your fluids in hon. That's #1. You'll do it! And totally stick with the mayo!!! LOL. Damn you LI!!!

yep just been sip sip sippin alllllll daaaaaay long.... we could make a song out of that you know!

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Just now, Bastian said:

yep just been sip sip sippin alllllll daaaaaay long.... we could make a song out of that you know!

Good news though, put in the work and just power through the process and you will be able to drink pretty much normally down the road!!! Yay team!!!

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On 11/10/2019 at 2:28 AM, Katanaya77 said:

So after making that, what portion should I be eat?

whatever fits your daily macros :)

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