No Rice Diet!

What I love about the camping trip was our food!

The whole 9 days except for dinners where we ate as a group in a fancy pub or Mexican or Italian restaurant was all non-Filipino food, of course! No rice at all!

We ate French toast and pancakes for breakfast, cereals and snack bars were offered too!

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 Burritos-  breakfast burrito, just like the one sold at Mcdonalds.

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Salad with some Italian dressing for lunch or dinner or sometimes as burger, sandwich or tortilla wrap topping.

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Fajitas, according to Wikipedia, is a term found in both traditional Mexican cuisine and in Tex-Mex cuisine, commonly referring to any grilled meat served as a taco on a flour or corn tortilla.

cooked beef, onions, red and yellow bell peppers, seasoning and heated flour tortilla.

Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches or sometimes ham, bologna or turkey sandwich with cheese and veggies on top for lunch and V8 fruit juice in can or water.

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Pasta, well, it was actually just the pasta and the plain sauce in can plus cheese (nothing more nothing less, and since beggars can't be choosers, it was still good!

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I actually lost weight! Mmmm.. my tummy slimmed!

Well, we did a lot of traveling and some hiking, and it was hot! - so we were sweating too.. but I would like to say, the culprit was actually the NO RICE diet! Lol!


18 comments:

  1. I like Mexican Food, these cuisine makes me love America. I make my own breakfast burrito, quesadillas, fajitas taco salad too.

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  2. give us an update on how long you can last without rice. :) I'm curious.

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  3. even without rice, those presented are still carbs... but breaking the monotonous of eating rice these are good alternatives....

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  4. cool!! i wish i could experience camping too! :)

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  5. I like the Salad! Do you have a recipe for that?!

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  6. yes riceless diet.... but for somedays only hehehe... I still crave for rice - even those in can with tuna.. but camping and eating a good mix...

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  7. Wow these would make really good alternatives for a no rice day but that is just too difficult for me =p

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  8. I wish I can also last without eating rice. Anyway, give us an update about your no rice diet.

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  9. No rice diet FTW. Pretty hard for us Asians but it's doable.

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  10. I haven't had any luck with no-rice diets in the past. =P But I wish you luck on yours! Share an update too. =)

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  11. Yumm!! I don't think I can't stand a week without rice; but your photos look soooo good!

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  12. I tried eating without rice for a week but I didn't survive. Now, what I am doing is to lessen the rice intake.

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  13. I've actually managed going for three and a half months without eating rice. The problem comes when you're faced with a huge steaming bowl of sinigang on a rainy day today.

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  14. that french toast pancakes look yummy... now, im hungry.

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  15. I am suddenly craving for burritos and/or fajitas. I'm not a big fan of Mexican food, I only like a few of their food.

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  16. I'd go for the pasta and the fajitas! Hmm... now I'm hungry.

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