Have to be Careful

by Cait on June 27, 2012

It’s been a homemade bread type of day for me!

First with breakfast and now with lunch.

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You can’t beat it when it’s fresh like this, so I try to use it as quickly as possible.

After that it’s freeze + toast to enjoy :)

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I had a nice tuna sandwich for lunch today.  

I go in and out of tuna phases…I’m “in” one right now, so this was greatly enjoyed.  But I have to be careful – I find it’s really easy to overdo it with tuna for me so I need to be scrupulous when it comes to eating it.  Once I get sick of it…that’s it for a LONG while.

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A red pear and baby carrots on the side:

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Quick and filling – which is just what I need during these study days!

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We’re planning naan pizzas for dinner – excited!!

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Claire @ Live and Love to Eat June 27, 2012

We’re planning pizza for dinner too – but probably take out!

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Cait June 27, 2012

Any form of pizza is A-OK in my book! :)

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Katie June 27, 2012

If we have homemade bread in the house, it lasts for approximately 3 seconds before we eat it all. Every meal.

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Cait June 27, 2012

Hahaha yup! For us too :) That’s why we should all just live together, eat bread and call it a day.

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Jennifer June 27, 2012

You keep teasing us with your YUMMY looking homemade breads!!!!! any chance of a recipe anytime soon? Have a great day and thanks for the posts!

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Cait June 27, 2012

Haha – I just posted it here :) The only thing I did differently with this recipe was to sub in quinoa flour for the vital wheat gluten :) Enjoy!

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Jennifer June 27, 2012

Thank you so much!!!

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Cait June 27, 2012

Anytime! :)

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corrie anne June 27, 2012

that’s exactly how we are when we have homemade bread… best eaten right away so get to it!! lol.

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Cait June 27, 2012

Haha I love it – it’s so true!

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Liz @ Tip Top Shape June 27, 2012

If I made my own bread I would be eating SO much of it!! lol And Naan pizzas sound delicious!! You better post a recipe for that!

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Cait June 27, 2012

Haha I definitely will – there’s not much to it, but you can be sure I’ll be detailing it tonight :)

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Kelly June 27, 2012

I love tunafish!! I make mine chalked full of good stuff! I mix it with Fage (instead of mayonnaise), celery, apple, walnuts, and dill relish. I love love love it. I don’t usually get sick of it but there are other foods that I can get on kicks with and then I burn myself out for a long time. Like acorn squash. Seriously one winter I ate it almost every night for dinner and I got so sick of it that now, almost 3 years later, I still cant look at it without cringing.

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Cait June 27, 2012

Oooh I LOVE the apple and walnut addition! I definitely want to try that! And hahaha – I hate when that happens! I always try to be so cautious of doing that with my favorite foods. I did it this winter with overnight oats and can barely choke them down anymore which makes me SO sad.

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Katie @ Talk Less, Say More June 27, 2012

I definitely go through tuna phases too but I’m careful not to overdo it. One time I was in such a phase that I think it made me sick. Too much tuna is not good…

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Cait June 28, 2012

Hahaha exactly…good things in small doses ;)

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