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27 May 13
Last week I was having a different fasting day to my husband and tried to halve the ‘Leeks and Lemon Prawns’ recipe for supper. A normal fast day supper satisfies my hunger but this didn’t look enough halved and certainly left me feeling more empty and hungry than normal. Has anyone else had a similar problem? If I had made the full quantity and divided it between myself and my husband I don’t think it would have been enough for either of us. I often want to try the recipes for more than one but guess they might be better as healthy feasting day suppers…… Finding the Diet fantastic otherwise, we both love it.
6 Jun 17
Which cookbook are you using, Jane?
When we began, we used the FAST Diet book with its 10 recipes. Now I have been adapting favorite recipes and inventing new ones, all within the guidelines of high protein, low fat, low carb, and <300 calories. I have lots and love to share.
Fast meals shouldn’t leave you feeling hungry. Sounds like a flaw in the recipe.
Glad you both love it. We do too.
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