BTW, I posted the totals and content of my first real stabilization meal, but I have to say here that a lot of math was involved in that and it was a pain in the arse.
These are foods I will likely incorporate into my 'usual' staples. I wanted to put them in as a 'custom food.' FitDay calculates it for me if I recall, but this app didn't. It would store a custom food, but I had to enter in all the data.
So for both the dressing and the salad, I looked up the approximate amount of each item, the nutritional content of each (I stuck to calories, fat and carbs), wrote that down, then added up what the whole amount would be. For the dressing, I had to guess at how many servings were in the whole batch and then divide the total to come up with a serving size estimation. Yes, it was time consuming, but most of us have only about 6 or 8 things we keep in our typical rotations. We may mix it up on occasion, but we are creatures of habit. I will have to do this a few times, but then it will be in the system and easy to find.
In looking ahead at exercise options, it looks like we are in for normal chilly temps and some snow until at least next weekend. I will get my treadmill in early since it's unlikely I'll walk later. I only have one appointment, so I'll be home researching and writing. Tomorrow is a full day of appointments for the Real Weight Release program. My point being they will be totally different kinds of days, with different activity levels and different eating patterns. We'll see how that shakes out.