Peanut Butter Toast

- POSTED ON: Mar 30, 2011

 Makes 1 serving

Ingredients:

1 slice of Ezekiel bread or whole wheat bread
1 and 1/2 Tablespoon Peanut Butter

Directions:

Toast Bread
Spread with Peanut Butter.

Calories: 230
Carbs: 23.3 grams
Protein: 9.8 grams




 


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On Mar 31, 2011 Karen925 wrote:
Spot on correct about measuring nut butters and other high calorie foods for that matter. I use my old Weight Watchers scale for most of my measurements. Sometimes I use measuring spoons, when I want a tbs of oats sprinkled in my pancakes or apple crisp, but most often, I use the scale. Quicker, more accurate, and less dirty dishes to wash. It is digital and tares, measuring is easy. It is not as pretty as your new thin. 16 grams=1tbs for nut butters. Your main point,which is not the measuring technique, is critical. It is very easy to over eat. Portions matter and it is quite easy to eat too much. Isle of denial has many ports of call. I have seen the Ezekiel bread in the freezer section but haven't tried it. Your food pictures look very nice.


On Mar 31, 2011 Dr. Collins wrote:
             Thanks Karen for your kind words. I choose not to weigh liquid type foods. It is a mental challenge for me to convert liquid type foods..i.e. teaspoons, tablespoons, cups into weight type measurements. It seems to me like they are not equivalent and that liquid measurements and weights just don't convert accurately into each other. I see it done on food labels all the time, but...to me...the concept somehow just seems wrong.


On Apr 02, 2011 Karen925 wrote:
To an engineer's mind, which is what I have, they seem more accurate:-) Lab analysis, as an aside, would use weighing whenever possible, in metric units. However, as we both know, as long as we have consistent measuring techniques, the absolute values becomes, in a sense, meaningless. Rather it is the trend, or range of values, that become important. I also wonder, if it is not the actual recording of what I ate, but rather seeing my food consumption in the bright light of day, as the most important part of this exercise.


On Apr 02, 2011 Dr. Collins wrote:
             Karen, for me too, the primary value is Consistency and Accountability. Comparing MY Own own behavior and results with MY OWN behavior and results is what gives me long-term meaningful information.

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