Tosca Reno’s Eat-Clean Diet Turkey Burgers
- 1 cup high protein cereal flakes (try to get as unsweetened as possible!)
- 1/2 cup skim milk (I used unsweetened almond milk)
- 3 tsp instant low-sodium chicken bouillon
- 3 Tbsp minced onion
- 2 egg whites
- 1 lb lean ground turkey
- Combine the first five ingredients and allow the cereal to soak for a good five minutes.
- Add in ground turkey and mix well with clean, bare hands.
- Shape into patties and grill.
- Once they are done (no longer pink in the middle), serve hot on a lightly toasted Ezekiel bun or whole grain bun. Avoid high-fat condiments like mayo. Instead add mustard, low sodium, low sugar ketchup, lettuce, and tomato!
NUTRITION FACTS per patty (makes 6-7 patties)
- 209 calories (51 from fat)
- 29g protein
- 9 carbs
- 1g fiber
- 1g sugar
- 5g fat
- 810mg sodium
From the article:
One of the most successful runway-extending pieces of advice we have given has been to keep food costs low. We were able to get our food cost down to $4/person/day through some simple planning during that summer, and each of us also lost 10-15 pounds in the process. We felt great, were productive, and made our DreamIt investment last. I think this might be one of the core reasons for our company’s survival and success.
“The jealousy when you see someone thinner than you.” ; by thin confessions [x]
Red meat is a large portion of the American diet (the proliferation of awesome burger joints in New York City isn’t helping much). A new study suggests some terrifying risks that come with eating even just a little read meat.
- 2.1 billion – Internet users worldwide.
- 800+ million – Number of users on Facebook by the end of 2011.
- 225 million – Number of Twitter accounts.
- 100 million – Number of active Twitter users in 2011.
- 70 million – Total number of WordPress blogs by the end of 2011.
- 39 million – The number of Tumblr blogs by the end of 2011.
I wrote a column for Computerworld about how Google+ can be used as a replacement for not only Facebook and other social networking services, but also e-mail, blogging, micro-blogging, RSS news feeds, video conferencing, chat, texting and location-based social networking.
The idea is to…
Rage Comic - Le diet
It took me forever to make this… and it still sucks
Because exercise and a good diet are just too much trouble…
Dear John Green,
My school just had its first performance of Our Town by Thornton Wilder. This picture is of me, Jill, my twin sister Claire, and my friend Karen (all townspeople in the play) decked out in our turn of the century costumes. Karen suggested the nerdfighter pose, and Claire and I just couldn’t forget to be awesome, so there we are! :)
P.S. I’m a student at Batesville High School, and I think there have been some teachers trying to get ahold of you to speak here. So just so you know, there are nerdfighters here! We DFTBA!
I don’t ask for much; all I want is a Diet Coke every day and to be wearing black cat-eye liner up until the second I die, so when Benefit discontinued their cake eyeliner, Babe Cake, that I pledged my allegiance to for four years, I felt personally offended and began searching for a suitable replacement.
My requirements were and remain as follows:
1. Be the blackest black
2. Contain no sparkles
3. Be in a cake
4. Stay on forever because I have this “thing” where I cry “a lot”
so it was easy to narrow it down quickly especially when I found that Illamasqua had a cake eyeliner. I love Illamasqua for a number of reasons; their makeup is made with film and theater in mind, so every product is highly pigmented with staying power that is out of this world and their minimalistic black packaging allows for the product to be the main focus-a tiny work of art in a dark frame.
This liner is so easy to put on, dries instantly and stays put with no fall out. Use an angle brush and mix a tiny bit of water (or spit if you’re a badass) and follow the curve of your eye, flicking it out a bit at the end and you will be ready for whatever life throws at you, even if you have a “thing” where you cry “a lot”.