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    Quote Originally Posted by pkstracy View Post
    Cindy if you can get Better Than Bullion chicken paste, omg that is so good and you only need three table spoons in a big pot of soup and no other seasoning, for one cup of the soup is 65 mg of sodium. I made a huge pot of it and so delish, ewww milk in chicken noodle soup, I love milk but not in chicken noodle..
    The first night I didn't even know she used milk. The broth looked like chicken broth. But the second night the "broth" was white. OMG ewwww.

    Didn't eat breakfast or lunch and may not eat dinner. I'm pissed off today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pkstracy View Post
    Cindy if you can get Better Than Bullion chicken paste, omg that is so good and you only need three table spoons in a big pot of soup and no other seasoning, for one cup of the soup is 65 mg of sodium. I made a huge pot of it and so delish, ewww milk in chicken noodle soup, I love milk but not in chicken noodle..
    Hi PK, I love milk as well~ As I get older I have a few issues with it though.
    Isn’t 65 mg alot of sodium?
    Cindy, I know you can use cream or milk in a pinch in “cream of chicken” soup but I’ve not heard of it in chicken noodle soup..Maybe your sissy was aiming for cream of chicken soup or to extend the broth?
    I do use milk or cream in my potato soup- occasionally I use cream in my tomato soup..
    Just my 2cents..
    Last edited by hisandhearse; 04-04-2018 at 12:54 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hisandhearse View Post
    Hi PK, I love milk as well~ As I get older I have a few issues with it though.
    Isn’t 65 mg alot of sodium?
    Cindy, I know you can use cream or milk in a pinch in “cream of chicken” soup but I’ve not heard of it in chicken noodle soup..Maybe your sissy was aiming for cream of chicken soup or to extend the broth?
    I do use milk or cream in my potato soup- occasionally I use cream in my tomato soup..
    Just my 2cents..
    No, she's a very good cook and knows the difference between chicken noodle and cream of chicken.

    I don't mind milk in potato and tomato soups. Heck, the chili in school was so hot I added milk. Ew. But it was good back then.

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    Chicken salad sammy and fries. Yum

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    Hi his and hers, no 65 mg is not high, when you look at some canned soups that have 400-500 mg per 1/2 cup of serving, so that is way under, the recommended daily amount of sodium for people is 2400 mg, if you want to cut sodium then it should be 1500-1800 mg.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pkstracy View Post
    Hi his and hers, no 65 mg is not high, when you look at some canned soups that have 400-500 mg per 1/2 cup of serving, so that is way under, the recommended daily amount of sodium for people is 2400 mg, if you want to cut sodium then it should be 1500-1800 mg.
    Thanks PK, I always have a hard time figuring that out..Just like vitamins their mcg ( or whatever it is) and mg is confusing.
    Too much salt for me = too many bathroom runs for me in the night.
    Last edited by hisandhearse; 04-04-2018 at 10:29 PM.

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    I swell up with to much salt always have since I was a kid, I had to look back at my post when you asked if it was to many mgs, to make sure I didn't put grams, LOL. not sure what I am going to have tonight for dinner, it's hubby's bday and he is going to his mom's for their weekly dinner, he and I will do something tomorrow for his day, I may just have a fruit smoothie, not sure yet.
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    Likely banana sandwiches

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    Taco salad

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    Salmon, cheesy rice, and green beans. Romulade (sp???) sauce on the side for the salmon.
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    Last nite (Sunday) Pizza
    Tonite: Brats and chips
    Tuesday: Chicken with Mac and cheese
    Wednesday: veggie burger, carrot chips
    Thursday: soup and sandwich
    Fri: eggs or pancakes with sausage

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    Sunday night: beef, broccoli, rice, egg roll

    Tonight: Big tossed salad, baked potato, and spaghetti
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    I really want a deep dish pizza from Giordano's, but I'm going to the grocery store first to see if the deli has this cheese tortellini that I love. They haven't had it the last 3 times I've been there. They sometimes rotate the salads they have, so hopefully it's time for this again.


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    Was gonna cook but I can't be bothered so either Lemon Chicken or Sweet & Sour Pork Balls from the take away.

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    Salad and spaghetti

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    Turkey Sammie, big salad

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    Brunswick Stew, saline crackers, salad

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    Last nite was a veggie burger, beans and some chips
    I'm trying to talk hunny into breakfast tonite
    Sunday.: possibly hot pockets and veggies
    Monday: pizza
    Tuesday: either leftover pizza or veggie burger & beans

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    I got a Geno's East deep dish frozen pizza that I'm going to have tonight. I am seriously opposed to frozen pizza, but this one is really good, the only one that's worth it, IMO. It's so good. I want to try the real Geno's to see how it compares.


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    Leftover Brunswick Stew and saltine crackers; probably the baked potato I didn't eat for lunch. I'm off salads for a while. I don't have a gallbladder to provide the bile to digest raw veggies. I can eat them in moderation, otherwise--like yesterday--I pay for it in pain.

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    Corned beef sandwich on oatnut bread, raspberry ice water (love that stuff)

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    Chili dogs and tater tots. Had homemade cheeseburgers last night. Tomorrow night, pork chops with mac and cheese and green beans. Tuesday night, leftovers from tomorrow after Miss E's concert. Wednesday who knows.
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    Quiche

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    The husband is working and the kids are doing their thing so Ill probably have a half of a personal sized watermelon.

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    6 pc Chicken McNuggets, and medium fries from McDonald's, plus a cupcake

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    Had vegetable beef soup Monday night.

    Hoping for Bojangles or Sonic tonight.

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    Probably taco salad from taco bell- Our taco bell fills them to the top where most of the TBs we have been to just fills them half way if that..

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    Veggie burger and vegetarian baked beans. Maybe some chips too.

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    Hamburgers, hot dogs, fresh fruit, and chips. The shelter had a BBQ for us tonight.
    "I'm glad I don't have to hunt for my food. I don't even know where sandwiches live." ~~~seen on Facebook


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    Quote Originally Posted by RiaBrown View Post
    Hamburgers, hot dogs, fresh fruit, and chips. The shelter had a BBQ for us tonight.

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    Take out of Sweet and sour shrimp, Rice and wonton soup~

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    Steamed brown rice and wild Alaskan cod with yellow and red peppers
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    Grilled flatbreads ❤️❤️
    They were delicious.
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    Chicken alfredo, bread sticks, and fruit.
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    Chinese: beef and broccoli and an egg roll.

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    Last nite (Thursday)chicken cheese steak with extra mushrooms and fries.
    It was 'lish

    Tonite: veggie burger with a side of beans, and maybe a freeze pop.

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    Cheeseburgers, tater tots, and a giant chocolate-chip cookie each.

    Rest of the week, tentatively. Meetings can and do cause me to rearrange the menus a bit, as do what Miss E or I might be craving on a particular night.

    Sunday: Homemade sausage pizza (meeting night, I'll make the dough in the afternoon and when I get back, start putting pizzas together)
    Monday: Cheesy tuna casserole (laundry night)
    Tuesday: Chicken nuggets and tater tots (meeting night)
    Wednesday: Hamburger Helper (meeting night)
    Thursday: Pork chops, mashed potatoes, and green beans
    Friday: Grilled chicken breasts, macaroni and cheese, and corn IF Miss E is home. If she's not, I'll fend for myself usually finishing up any leftover deli meats from my lunches.
    Saturday: Traditional Cinco de Mayo fare around here: Mexican food.
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    Corned beef with white sauce and veges.

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    Switched the menu around a bit. Making the Hamburger Helper tonight. I was craving something hot and cheesy.
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    Last nite :Baked Chicken and macaroni salad
    Tonite: Brats and the remainder of macaroni salad. Watermelon
    Tomorrow: veggie burger and beans
    Friday: undecided

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    Been off my feet so its takeout pizza from Costco. Ack, Not a pizza fan but the rest of the family loves it.

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    I'd love some pizza. Think I'll get one tomorrow from Walmart.

    Dogs and rings.
    Last edited by cindyt; 05-02-2018 at 03:17 PM.

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    Chicken nuggets and tater tots...busy meal planning for next week. My meal schedule above was tentative. All my meal schedules are tentative, what I post we DO eat, just maybe not on the days I originally plan. LOL
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    Hubby's former boss and current bestie offered us some free pizza 😁. I'm never one to turn down free pizza 😂. Tomorrow will be brats and macaroni salad.

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    Chicken and chips

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