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u/Saravi · 192 pointsr/Fitness

EDIT 1: TL;DR. Salad. Portion control. Aim for between 1500-2000 calories. EAT LOTS OF SALAD! Make it in advance, store it in the fridge. Exercise!

EDIT 2: Disclaimer: This worked for me. Your mileage may vary. I planned a diet around using salad to cope with hunger because it was a natural food very low in calories. I used very low calorie dressing to keep it that way. If you can't see yourself eating salad 2-4x a day, this won't work for you, but it's just one of many possible ways to cut calories with less pain than suffering through hunger between meals. Always go with a diet plan that appeals to you as something that you can stick to for a long period of time, not what some random stranger suggests on the internet. ;)

Well, I'm not a professional, but I have gone from fat to fit (female, from 210 and lazy to 130 and athletic in under six months) with similar issues as your own:

It's all well and good to say you're going to quit drinking soda, but do stock up on some diet soda. I know some people hate it, but give yourself some time with it. Your taste buds will adapt.

What's wrong with coffee? Have your morning coffee. There are no calories in coffee until you add cream and sugar. Go with milk and sweetener if that's your thing. More importantly, have breakfast with your coffee. It should be a small-ish meal - enough that you're getting your blood sugar up and keeping yourself satisfied. If breakfast alone won't tide you over until lunch, have a serving of fruit between breakfast and lunch. Small meals throughout the day will keep you more satisfied in the long run than three squares (because they help to keep your blood sugar elevated).

No sweets? Good. Next!

I'm not big on bread, but pasta? Mmmm. Unfortunately, portion control is damn hard with both bread and pasta. Sandwiches are okay, but think pita bread (look for varieties at about 100cal/pita) and lots of vegetables with some lean meats (chicken, turkey, lean ham, roast beef) and mustard & salt and pepper instead of butter or mayo. Calorie free mayonnaise exists, but I have no idea what it actually tastes like. Stuff that pita till it's ready to burst with lettuce, tomato and cucumber. Cucumber is damn good on a sammich. Don't you doubt it.

As for pasta, did you know that ~35 pieces of rotini is a portion of pasta? Disappointing as all get-out, huh? Click.. Get one. Stick to 1 portion. Stick to non-meat sauces and have a salad or steamed vegetables on the side/remaining three quarters of your plate. Heck, have some chicken, too. Key word: Some. Like 1/2 a breast.

I don't like vinaigrettes either. That's why fat free Italian is awesome. Calorie reduced everything else is also pretty good, but you've got to be quite moderate with it. READ YOUR LABELS and measure out your dressing accordingly.

Lots of vegetables, some fruit. Green vegetables contain very few calories, making them excellent for purposes of satisfying hunger without guilt. Keep in mind that most yellow, red, orange or white "veggies" have substantially more calories than greens (even though they're still pretty low). A few slices of carrot and some cherry tomatoes in your salad won't kill you, but if you make a salad containing only green things, you can pretty much eat as much of it as you want, whenever you want, provided you don't forget to think about the calories in the dressing.

A grilled chicken sandwich from a fast food joint probably isn't a big improvement vs. whatever else you had in mind, but it depends on the particular sandwich. If it's a major chain restaurant you're going to for it, look it up. 500 calories? Not... bad, but probably not very filling. 1000 calories? No. Just no. The problem isn't the chicken - it's the bun and the condiments. Subtracting the cheese (if present) and substituting a creamy sauce with barbeque sauce is one way to improve it, but only if you're looking at something that's around 500 calories to begin with. Here's an example. The best fast food restaurant meal is a side salad... or three. Again, mind the dressing. A packet of creamy dressing like Ranch can contain 300 calories.

A good rule of thumb is not to put anything in your mouth without first knowing what's in it. Always read Nutritional Information labels and when in doubt, use a calorie index site like the one linked above (there are many) before you plan a meal, whether in your home our outside of it. I have to wonder, why do you have to eat fast food? Workday lunch? Is there a reason you can't pack your own lunch? Planning your meals is key, as is portion control (particularly bread and pasta control). The best way I've personally found is to plan your meals a week in advance, but more importantly, try not to let yourself get hungry.

Easier said than done? Easier done than you think. You love salad? Perfect!

Step 1: Buy stuff to make a whole lot of salad, plus the lowest calorie dressing(s) you can reasonably tolerate putting on said salad. Also, buy or find a large (as in ~300oz) bowl or tupperware container and at least one small container (~32oz). A 3rd even smaller (12oz) container is optional (or you could go for two even smaller containers here). Airtight tupperware is best. Additionally, you will need either a lettuce spinner or plenty of paper towel.

Step 2: Clear half a shelf in your fridge. Wash, shred and DRY (spin, air dry or shake and thoroughly pat dry) enough lettuce to fill the big container. The drier the lettuce, the longer it'll last. Wash and slice enough mostly green whatever-else to fill the larger of the small containers and save the smallest, if you opt for it, for tomato and onion. The reason for keeping all of this separate is A) to keep the lettuce dry and B) to keep the tomato and onion flavours in the tomato and onion where they belong.

Step 3: When you want a salad, make a salad. It'll take you all of one minute to remove your containers from the fridge and combine their contents. Bring at least one serving of salad with you to work with the intention of eating it on your last break or just before you leave. That way, you won't be hungry when you get home. On the off chance that you are, you've got plenty of salad waiting for you if it's not yet time for supper.

Drink lots of water.

Get problem foods out of your home if you can.

Set a realistic calorie limit. Your BMR with the stats you've given is about 3000. This does not include calories burned during exercise, but to keep it simple (and effective), consider anything below 3000 a calorie deficit. Eating exactly 3000 calories a day is not likely to result in a satisfying rate or weight loss, so you'll want to go even lower. I would suggest setting a limit somewhere between 1500 and 2500. A pound of fat contains 3500 calories, so at 1500 calories a day, you'd be looking at at least 3lbs of weight loss per week (to start - keep in mind that as your size changes, so does your metabolic rate). At 2500 calories a day, you'd be looking at at least 1lb of weight loss per week.

You can approach achieving and maintaining a calorie deficit in two ways:

All at once: Limit yourself to somewhere between 1500 and 2000 calories from day 1 of your diet onward. If you can maintain it, you'll see quick results.

Ease into it: It is okay to start with a small reduction (for example, start with limiting yourself to 2750 calories), working your way down (by 250cal/week) over the course of a few weeks (again, to no fewer than 1500 calories). This is not the usual way to go about "starting a diet," but if your main problem is eating too much, it's not just the size of your body that you need to think about shrinking. Your stomach is in fact larger than it ought to be and it will take time for it to shrink down. As it does so, it will take less food to fill you up, but if you suddenly start eating half the food your stomach is used to, it's going to bitch and moan about it in the form of some pretty intense hunger pangs. It'll still shrink its whiny self down to a slimmer-you friendly size, but it's going to complain about it for a good two weeks.

How to start out is something that is entirely up to you. Succeeding at weight loss boils down to mental discipline, which tends to erode in the face of something as demanding as a hungry stomach. If it was easy to make drastic changes to your eating habits, no one would ever fail at a diet. It's not easy, but you can make it easier. Making smaller changes over a period of time may make it easier for you. Maybe, maybe not. You'll see smaller changes at first with this method, which may be discouraging. Again, it is completely up to you how you want to start: Tough it out or spread it out.

Plan your shopping and non-salad meals before you head out to do groceries. More to the point, plan for the diversity you want. There is no reason to eat the same thing every week, let alone every day. Does that sound silly when I'm advising you to eat lots of salad? There are many, many varieties of low calorie dressing. Use that to keep it interesting and vary your non-salad meals to keep them interesting.

If your wife is doing the groceries, well... either give her a list, go with or go yourself. And eat first. If it involves thinking about, reading about or looking at food, eat first.

Otherwise, it's all about basic portion control, which is a challenge in and of itself, but it gets easier. It really does.

Last but not least, EXERCISE. If the only exercise you can do is walking, walk. The best place to start however is with some strength training to give your body a little more calorie burning capacity (because muscle just does that, even when it's not doing anything else). For that, see the side bar. >

u/enoughsoap · 131 pointsr/WTF

While this may be fake, baconnaise is not.

u/hovercraft_mechanic · 25 pointsr/AskReddit

Miracle Whip has foreign analogues - there's "salad cream" in the UK, or Kewpie in Japan.

u/embarassinglife · 20 pointsr/AmItheAsshole

Sriracha mayo is vegan, at least the one I used, it was called flying goose.

Edit: this is the exact one I used

vegan mayo

u/baronvonjovi · 17 pointsr/food
u/squishybloo · 15 pointsr/ketorecipes

>I have never been able to make it myself where it tastes like the sushi places.

I can help! Sushi places mix Kewpie mayo with Sriracha to make their spicy mayo. Kewpie is distinct from American/Western mayo in that it uses only egg yolks rather than whole eggs, as well as using rice or apple cider vinegar, rather than distilled.

u/gendouk · 14 pointsr/AmItheAsshole
u/ZeusThunder369 · 13 pointsr/AskAnAmerican
u/md79 · 11 pointsr/Food_Pantry

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u/vanlodrome · 9 pointsr/videos

It can be "lighter" if it wants but the ingredients and nutritional info is essentially identical to american hellmans.

The main component of both being soybean oil, which is horrible for you.

u/theangrybison · 5 pointsr/recipes

Fucking dogs right? Tokyo Beef, the last slice of Pizza? They no know mercy.

Anyhow. Never heard of Tokyo Beef before, but looking at the menu picture and description it seem like it could be a standard-ish version of this recipe:

Many asian beef recipes use some combination of those ingredients. The thing that seems to make it unique is the shot of Japanese mayo. Which is this:

I'd give it a try and see how it tastes and then walk it in over a couple of revisions.

When you combine the sauce with the meat, make sure you reduce the sauce. That really helps to match the flavor for asian beef dishes.

u/Weyoun2 · 4 pointsr/keto

You can make your own spicy mayo with sriracha or buy this item ( which is quite tasty! It's in the Asian food section. I love it and put on as much as I can.

Per 1 TBSP serving:

Calories: 90

Fat: 10

Protein: 0

Carbs: 0

u/scarletphantom · 4 pointsr/samthecookingguy

I ended up getting mine from Amazon. So much better than regular mayo.

u/dupreesdiamond · 4 pointsr/CFB
u/redditrandomness · 4 pointsr/keto

I order my groceries through FreshDirect so technically I get 90% of my stuff online :).

That being said...the stuff I get outside of that site are:

  1. Japanese Mayo to make the spicy mayo that you get at sushi restaurants (just mix in Siracha).

  2. Emergen-C Electro Mix for my electrolytes kick.

  3. Erythritol cause....sugar.

  4. Stevia for a different sweetener used in mostly drinks/liquids where it's more difficult to dissolve the Erythritol.

  5. [Liquid Smoke] (


  7. Maple flavor

  8. Awesome awesome peanut butter

  9. Kerrygold unsalted butter. My grocery store doesn't carry it :(

  10. Vitamins from various places...Vitamin D-3, Magnesium, Daily Multi-vitamin, Cod Fish Oil, etc.

    EDIT: Formatting.
u/pepcok · 3 pointsr/BABYMETAL

This lady provides the recipes (Osaka / Hiroshima) and recommends ingredients (such as the sauce) that you can buy over at Amazon (sauce, mayo). Or how to prepare a "substitute" yourself.

u/Terra99 · 3 pointsr/Pizza

Last week I was discussing the idea of having a sushi pizza. I kicked around the idea a little bit and decided I would do a Shaggy Dog inspired pizza. Normal pizza crust with dragon sauce (Kewpie and Rooster sauce) and cream cheese base. I did a very thin coating of sushi rice in the sauce (I'd leave this out next time) and then some green onions and shrimp. I did just enough Mozzarrella cheese to make everything gel together (about 1/3 of the amount I'd normally use). After it came out of the oven, I added slices of avacado, cucmbers and sprinkled with shredded fake crab. I found it tasted best if you let it sit for about 10 minutes.

u/Pikachu1989 · 3 pointsr/CFBOffTopic

Gross, Mustard doesn't sound good period. Japanese Mayo or Kewpie Mayo is a little tangier and creamier than the American ones and is well known to be one of the best mayos in the world. I'm not a huge Mayo fan myself but love the taste of Kewpie Mayo.

u/pimlottc · 3 pointsr/Cleveland

Wow, really disappointing that there's no where to get it here, but on the other hand, it's really not that hard to make. It's basically a pancake with tons of stuff in it. The most important part is having the proper sauce, which you can find at any decent asian market. It's helpfully called Okonomi sauce. Otafuku is the most common brand (sometimes it comes in a bag ). For bonus points, you can use Kewpie mayo from Japan, although honestly plain mayo works just fine. It's been a while since I made it, so I don't have a go-to recipe, but you can put just about anything in it, so long as you have a good base and plenty of cabbage. Here's one you could try from one of my favorite food sites. Good luck! And don't skimp on the sauce!

u/OddJackdaw · 3 pointsr/samthecookingguy

It has a slightly more aggressive flavor than normal mayo. When tasted on it's own, you can definitely tell the difference, but I can't really tell the difference once I add all the other sandwich ingredients.

Personally, I will save my money for Colman's mustard. That is easily worth the extra price. Or plenty of other places to spend more money before Kewpie.

That said, if you want to try it, you can get it from Amazon for $0.01 less than the store in the OP.

u/AtlasUnderwater · 2 pointsr/ShittyGifRecipes

none of you have tried Kewpie, and I hope you all change that soon

u/Prancemaster · 2 pointsr/philadelphia

Learning is fun

u/JamonDeJabugo · 2 pointsr/eatsandwiches

If you are not in the US, please when you visit try Dukes mayonnaise...its a game changer...its in its own category.

Duke's Real Mayonnaise Smooth & Creamy 2-16 fl oz Jars

u/Chorizbro · 2 pointsr/worldnews

Friend, you sound like another mayo lover. Let me change your world. Get some of this crazy delicious stuff. Even my Costco carries it now, what a time to be alive!

u/Envoke · 2 pointsr/GifRecipes

Someone else mentioned it in another post here, but the tuna mixture may have been canned tuna, and a Japanese mayo brand called Kewpie. :)

u/hjhart · 2 pointsr/mexicanfood

I’ve heard that the red cap mayonnaise is important and most Mexican street vendors use them.

McCormick Mayonesa (Mayonnaise With Lime Juice), 28 fl oz

u/PopCherries · 2 pointsr/keto

Avocado Oil Mayo

I use this in a lot of sauces I make.

u/dandeliondreamer · 2 pointsr/bullcity

Ah, Kewpie is delicious! You can get it on Amazon here. Free shipping with Prime.

u/HarryHipantz · 2 pointsr/powerlifting
u/Ariel_Etaime · 1 pointr/foodhacks
u/[deleted] · 1 pointr/Fitness

As boring as they get, honestly, sandwiches are probably the easiest thing.

Get some grilled/broiled chicken breast, chop it up and mix it with 2 boiled eggs and a bit of mayonnaise. I use the kind made with olive oil, with has half the calories as the normal mayo. Not sure if that's available where you're at. Spread that between bread and it's a pretty filling meal. Lot's of quality protein. I've also used canned tuna in lieu of chicken. Not quite as tasty, but every bit as nutritious and filling. It also keeps in the refrigerator or a chilled thermal bag fairly well.

u/HungryC · 1 pointr/AskCulinary
u/tunersharkbitten · 1 pointr/samthecookingguy

its pretty expensive, here is the lowest price buy link i could find online

its cheaper if you go to a place like 99 ranch market(4 dollars for 17oz) but i have a mom and pop asian market near me that has it for 3 dollars per.

u/Oneiropticon · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon



$25 with shipping, it's .64 over, is that ok?

I think you should do the $5's, I really want that book.

don't go talking too loud you'll cause a landslide, Mr. Jones

u/ammobandanna · 1 pointr/CasualUK

they do i get mine from sainsburys but its on amazon too

u/XJadynX · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Criminals butt dials 911 - Apparently 2 guys decided they needed more weed.. and choose to break into a car... what they did not know is one of their phones had somehow dialed 911 and the entire thing was caught on audio.

Bacon Mayo

or if that is to much.

Bacon bits

u/msheaven · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Schmad on my add on


add on 5.00

Bacon mayonnaise sounds yum

and I love boxes and the smell of cedar so a cedar box would make me smile

u/metaphorm · 1 pointr/Cooking

can be used in all the normal ways you use mayo. it's also a very popular topping for some iconic japanese street food and bar food (like okonomiyaki and tako-yaki). it comes in a squeezy tube thing so it dispenses in thin lines, rather than being taken out of a big jar with a spoon or knife.


u/Janeser6 · 1 pointr/ketorecipes

If you like spicy things; me and a buddy this over the weekend, was amazing 10/10. equal parts Kewpie Mayo and Sambal

0 carbs.

u/DrDeath666 · 1 pointr/vegan

Nut free trail mix

Probably cheaper alternatives somewhere or you can build your own by purchasing the ingredients, in bulk, separately.

Pumpkin seeds too.

Potatoes are fairly calorie dense. I love homemade fries(with skin) with any variety of vegan mayo for dipping. (100 calories per tbsp, not the healthiest but calorie dense as fuck)

u/Big_Chief_Wah_Wah · 1 pointr/AskUK

You can buy Mcdonalds mayonnaise online, they do their mayo and ketchup in big bottles in the shops in Germany and Malta (maybe more countries too).

Price on Amazon seems a bit steep though, it's about 2 euro a bottle in German stores.

u/detelc · 1 pointr/keto

On a related note - does anyone else love this stuff?

Thai Hot Chili Mayo. It's great on "french fries" and burgers and everything else.

u/Weston272 · 1 pointr/ShittyBuildaPC

This is what you need here

u/dEn_of_asyD · 1 pointr/wow

That's actually really worrying tbh. Grabbing the nutritional info from

if we assume you left 4 servings of stuff on the sides you ate 100% of the daily fat intake a grown man should have (on a 2k calorie diet), 80% of your salt intake, etc. you ingested about 600 calories (enough to be a meal in itself). to stress this point i can grab a small bottle of soda for like 160 calories, a tuna melt on a bagel for like 400 calories, and a bag of 100 calorie chips and that's basically the calorie intake of the goop you ate. this isn't even a meal trying to be healthy, we can kick out the soda the chips and settle for tuna salad.

tl;dr: i suggest not doing this again. but at least you used "okay" mayo. if you didn't go reduced fat it would've been a lot worse (mayo can be as high as 100 calories pet tablespoon)

u/HerbalWine · 1 pointr/IAmA

I'm pretty sure they should have it in Asian specialty stores. If not, it's apparently available on amazon.

u/hikaritenchi · 1 pointr/ffxiv

Apparently they are supposed to look like the Kewpie Mayonnaise mascot. I couldn't find an image, so here's the amazon page:

u/WASSHOI · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

Have you tried Kewpie mayo before?
It's a lot creamier and savory than the mayo we eat in the west. If you've ever had "spicy" sushi rolls, this is the stuff they use to make it.

u/starwarsthx1138 · 1 pointr/MealPrepSunday

This is just the first one I found. 60 packets isn't too much bulk but you can probably find larger if you want. Hellmann's Real Mayonnaise, 60 Count

These are similar to what we initially got:
Squeeze Salad Dressing Bottles with Cleaning Brush | Portable Sauce Bottles Condiment Bottles | Dressing to Go for Lunch | 3 OZ, Set of 4 | Food-grade Silicone, BPA Free

Hope it helps

u/grumbleputty · 1 pointr/sousvide

I used "Sir Kensington's Avocado Oil Mayo" and can verify it worked brilliantly. I can't say it tasted any different from any other Mayo, but it certainly worked well.

u/infinitetbr · 1 pointr/mildlyinteresting

It's only about $20 in the US!

u/DankestOfMemes420 · 1 pointr/starterpacks

This one, don't they sell it in americaland?

Its delicious, hellmans tastes awful

u/DL1943 · 1 pointr/ramen

buy some stuff online and make your own yakisoba!!! it will be better i promise.

if you can find fresh or frozen ramen noodles at an asian market, buy those, otherwise cook your usual instant ramen noodles for about half the time you normally would, do not add the broth packet, and strain the water.

in a pan, heat up some vegetable oil, and saute some ground or diced pork, cabbage, carrots, and onion. once this is almost done, add the cooked ramen noodles and some "yakisoba sauce".

you can buy yakisoba sauce premade, or just mix worcestershire sauce, oyster sauce, ketchup, soy sauce and sugar together, heat to dissolve sugar and whisk together.

cook the noodles, veg and pork with the yakisoba sauce for a minute or two on high till the noodles brown a little bit.

put on a plate and garnish with kewpie mayo and katsuobushi.

here are links to buy what you need;

yakisoba sauce -

katsuobushi -

kewpie mayo -

those toppings and the sauce should come out to around $25 and should make 20-30 servings, then all you have to do is grab a ramen packet, pork and a bit of veggies and fry dat shit up...and that is how to make a very very simple, but legit japanese yakisoba, not the americanized instant version. will prob taste alot different than "beef taco" flavor. much less spice and much more umami. the yakisoba sauce, katsuobushi, and kewpie mayo all have natural or chemical flavors that trigger the sense of savoriness and meatiness...aka that same indescribable taste that makes it hard to stop eating doritos or hot cheetos or some snack with MSG

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