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#60961
I have been eating healthierish recently as well. I just am not in the mood for a honking steak or huge portions anymore.
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dannyalcatraz
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#60962
Ditto that.

Steaks of a size I've eaten in one sitting more than a couple times this year, I've been dividing over 2 meals the past month +. While I would never voluntarily go vegetarian or vegan, I've been eating more veggies overall.

With the weather changing, I'm also going to try to restart my dog-walking routine. They've been losing a little weight, too. Per vet instructions, we've been including more veggies in THEIR diet- they love green beans, peas and carrots (esp. pea & carrot mix). But they're still a bit too chunky for their own good. And they like a good walk.

Or a bad walk, TBH.
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#60963
Quote by dannyalcatraz
Ditto that.

Steaks of a size I've eaten in one sitting more than a couple times this year, I've been dividing over 2 meals the past month +. While I would never voluntarily go vegetarian or vegan, I've been eating more veggies overall.

With the weather changing, I'm also going to try to restart my dog-walking routine. They've been losing a little weight, too. Per vet instructions, we've been including more veggies in THEIR diet- they love green beans, peas and carrots (esp. pea & carrot mix). But they're still a bit too chunky for their own good. And they like a good walk.

Or a bad walk, TBH.


My dog has always been super picky about eating his dry food, so at one point he let himself get so skinny that I started mixing in canned food to entice him to eat.

In place of that, I've been making him homemade food to supplement his dry food. Carrots, celery, spinach, green beans, ground beef, and instant oatmeal cooked together and blended to a paste-y consistency. He absolutely loves it, he's looking healthy, and it's much nicer to his stomach than canned food.
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