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post #21 of 33
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Originally Posted by BackyardSmokin View Post
 

I Portion control is one our hardest parts as well.

I am with you as well.  It's the hardest thing for me.  I pull something off the smoker (or anywhere from the kitchen) and eat, then nibble nibble nibble until I am really full.  Then cleaning up from supper, I still nibble.

post #22 of 33

In my case it's CRS    Can't Remember S_ _ t   or Stuff 

 

 

Gary

post #23 of 33

No burger, no fry.
No burger, no fry.

No burger, no fry.
No burger, no fry.


Said said

Said I remember when we used to snack
on the hot hamburger, and the french fry.
Before all the doctors warned us off the fat,
and it would mingle with the good flavors we had.

The weight we gained, the weight we lost, along the way...
In the low-fat future, you can forget your past.
So dry your chin, I say.

And, no burger, no fry.
No burger, no fry.
Dear little darling, don't shake no salt.
No burger, no fry.

Said I remember when we used to snack
on the hot hamburger, and the french fry.
And then Georgie would get the fire lit
and it was lump wood burning through the night.
Then we'd cook a meal on it
(of which I've had a few)
My diet is my only plan now,
and so I've got to push on through, and while I'm on

 

Everything is gonna be low-fat.
Everything is gonna be low-fat.
Everything is gonna be low-fat.
Everything is gonna be low-fat.
Everything is gonna be low-fat.
Everything is gonna be low-fat.
Everything is gonna be low-fat.
Everything is gonna be low-fat.

No burger, no fry.
No burger, no fry.
Pretty little woman, don't shake no salt
No burger, no fry.

post #24 of 33

Blue Whisper,

 

Sounds like "Smoking Rap"!!!Thumbs Up

 

 

Bear

post #25 of 33
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Originally Posted by Bearcarver View Post
 

Blue Whisper,

 

Sounds like "Smoking Rap"!!!Thumbs Up

 

 

 

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Originally Posted by Bearcarver View Post
 

Blue Whisper,

 

Sounds like "Smoking Rap"!!!Thumbs Up

 

 

Bear


Listen to this while you read it:

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x59kS2AOrGM

post #26 of 33
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Originally Posted by BackyardSmokin View Post

I am right there with you and support you hickory.  Having a energetic 3 yr old takes a lot out of my wife and I so we are trying to lose weight as well.  Portion control is one our hardest parts as well.  I have done a couple of things to help me that might be able to help you as well.

The first thing I did was when my smoking session is finished I break it down to 3-4oz portions, vacuum seal each portion and then into the freezer it all goes.  This way when I wan some I have pull out just what I need and that is it.

The other one is that since I love smoking, my smoker has become the communal smoker.  My neighbors and I all pitch in for fuel and various cuts, then we take turn watching the smoker for those extra long smokes.  Once everything is done we all take some of this and some of that, but I don't take as much as others.  This allows me to continue smoking and not having to eat everything that I smoke.

On a side note,  I have found that counting the calories is not everything.  My wife is also on weight watchers and using their points calculator there are times that the low-cal/diet item winds up being worse off than the regular product.  

I hoped something in my ramblings made sense.  
I wonder if we could get a forum section on healthier recipes/eating.

I like your ideas. Honestly I rarely ever smoke anything just for the two of us (unless it is a meal prep kinda thing like these chickens). We more often than not have friends or family eating with us if I'm cooking food on my pit, so I'm right there with you. That's one of the greater things about cooking bbq - it provides a community with food. And I like to give, so I always make sure everyone has more than enough to eat. Unfortunately for my belt notches, that includes me!
post #27 of 33

good looking chicken, sorry you are on a diet.:wazzapp:

post #28 of 33
I'm on a seefood diet! If I see it I'm gonna eat it... ;)

If I want to lose weight I drink less beers!
post #29 of 33
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by dannylang View Post
 

good looking chicken, sorry you are on a diet.:wazzapp:

 

Thanks danny.

 

 

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Originally Posted by Welshrarebit View Post

If I want to lose weight I drink less beers!

 

Cutting alcohol out of my diet is rough man...  

post #30 of 33

how about a straight alcohol diet, then a little smoke meat every once in a while.:biggrin::45::hit:

post #31 of 33

Good job I got that dang bug also and I love smoked fish especially Wa-Hook down 11lbs in 2weeks :)

post #32 of 33
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Originally Posted by Fendrbluz View Post
 

Good job I got that dang bug also and I love smoked fish especially Wa-Hook down 11lbs in 2weeks :)

 

Nice job dude!  I'm down 9 pounds over 4 weeks.  About 25 more pounds to go and I'll be back to my 2013 weight, which is the goal.  Hoping to get there before summer time.

 

Keep pushing on!

post #33 of 33
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Originally Posted by hickorybutt View Post
 

 

Nice job dude!  I'm down 9 pounds over 4 weeks.  About 25 more pounds to go and I'll be back to my 2013 weight, which is the goal.  Hoping to get there before summer time.

 

Keep pushing on!


good job with loosing the weight, only 25 to go!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!you will get it.

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