What I ate: January 21, 2011

Breakfast: 1 organic scrambled egg, 1 slice of homemade 9-grain bread toast with Earth Balance spread and 3 slices of Vermont Smoke and Cure bacon.

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Lunch: Chicken and snow pea stir-fry with rice.

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Snack: 0.7 oz. Wavy Lays potato chips and 0.9 oz. Cabot French onion dip.

Dinner: Mussels fra diavolo with 1.5 oz. fine linguini and 1 slice of Red Hen ciabatta bread. This dish is quick, easy, inexpensive, sustainable and very tasty. With 2 glasses of Snoqualmie chardonnay, Washington, 2008.

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Dessert: 1 square of Lake Champlain dark chocolate raspberry truffle.

Snack: 0.7 oz. Wavy Lays potato chips and 0.9 oz. Cabot French onion dip. Did I mention that I have a weakness for potato chips and dip? This is why I don't get them very often because they are evil! Actually, I ate that amount twice. I'm pretty sure that knowing the low temperature will be below -15°F for the next three days is a trigger for the brain to crave fat and carbs to build a protective layer of insulation!

Weight at beginning of the day: 111.8 lbs.
Weight at the beginning of the next day: 111.0 lbs.

I checked twice, and I still don't how that happened with the 3 bowls of potato chips and dip.