Congratulations. You managed to find the most unhealthy sushi on the fucking menu.
It's a god damn deep fried roll made out of cabbage and shredded carrots with a fried outer dough. It has almost zero nutritional value and one of them has about 120-150 calories, mostly of fat and carbs with little if any protein. Probably one of the worst things you can order. So of course AL gets it.THIS BITCH. Says the only unhealthy thing about sushi is the rice then proceeds to order a roll with deep fried shrimp with spicy mayo on top. I wouldn't be surprised if she just looked up generic sushi nutrition information for counting her points, because of course basic rolls aren't too high in calories without batter and mayo all over it. Also, gotta love big AL flexing on the veggies in the spring roll... I'm pretty sure that's what a spring roll is right? She wanted to give the illusion it was in the middle of the table but it looks like it was a lot more on her side than between her and Necky.
Anyways, it looks like the new WW journey is off to an awesome start!!!
She gets a bazillion points on WW because she's a landwhale. However, she couldn't possibly follow her weight loss doctor's totes unhulthy advice that was encouraging her to eat sttthhhooo much sodium, but this shit right here is def low sodium and completely hulthy. I mean tempura is totes not fried and ditto for the spring rolls. There's some vegetables involved somewhere and there may be a nori sheet and imitation crab meat. You can't convince me this bitch eats actual raw fish. Do you know how much sodium and cholesterol there is in imitation crabmeat? Let me tell you:How the hell many points is this meal on WW?
She’d probably think zucchini fries with a side of ranch dressing are healthy too. Pumpkin is a fruit, I bet pumpkin pie is healthy as well by that logic. When she talks like this, it’s no wonder she’s 600 elbees.In the Bingemonster's world those spring rolls are 0 points; because they're loaded with veggies!! Just like McD's chicken nuggets are 0 points because it's chicken and chicken is 0 points.
On Weight Watchers zero point foods are usually as ingredients or baked/grilled. If you make them into a smoothie, fry them, dry them, etc they aren't gonna be zero points anymore. Her (lack of) logic always somehow manages to astound me. That and WW is absolutely not for anyone like her that can't control what she eats at all for even a day. Another purpose for zero points is "oh shit I only have two points after eating X today, I could have a pack of Starkist and salad without dressing for dinner so I'm not going to go into binge mode." Most people on it are also just trying to lose that last 20 pounds anyway; I think the most I've ever seen lost from a successful lifetime member was 100, but it's usually 20-50 pounds.In the Bingemonster's world those spring rolls are 0 points; because they're loaded with veggies!! Just like McD's chicken nuggets are 0 points because it's chicken and chicken is 0 points.
Avocado was one of the only fruits and vegetables that did not have a zero points value during the last update (Freestyle). Just double checked the Weight Watchers subreddit and it's 3 points for 1/4 avocado.Nineteen WW points in a single meal (plus she added an avocado to the Cali roll, so however may points that is). I know she hasn't told us this time, but how may points was she allotted per day last time?
DAY 11 - WEIGHT WATCHERS POINTS AND CALORIES FOR SUSHI Discover the Worst and Best Sushi for Dieters below:www.bestdiettips.com
"Shrimp Tempura Roll
Approximate Calories: 480
Weight Watchers Points: 13
At nearly 500 calories, this deep fried option isn’t good for anyone’s waistline."
Approximate Calories: 240
Weight Watchers Points: 6
This sushi bar staple isn’t bad, but for added nutrition, order it with real crab instead of imitation."
"Only" 60 a day.Like 30 I think. Each roll is like 10 and then she probably ate most the spring rolls. She only gets like 60 points a day.
This makes me wonder when they get a appetizer, if Becky's afraid to share the plate with her regarding how many each of them get lol.
Wasn’t it 80 points at one point too? Can’t remember if that was before or after Freestyle rolled out. That’s without the weekly allowance and “fit points” too. Just daily points."Only" 60 a day.
I'm familiar with that program and normal people get 20-30. My god.
I think it more likely she looked up actual sushi. Which when in the land of sushi origin is not rolled in the manner you see most people eating, unless you're ordering in a place that serves American style sushi and is willing to step away from the perfect simplicity that is their carefully cut and artfully presented sashimi and sushi dishes in order to please your simple and sad tastes. A proper Japanese sushi roll is more akin to a cone made of nori with a strip of fish and a line of rice smushed inside. Therefore, if she were speaking of /actual/ sushi, the most unhealthy thing about it /is/ the rice. Because that's all it is. Rice, fish/egg/tofu/roe topping. Perhaps a specialty sauce developed by the chef for dipping. A smidge of wasabi and a few tiny pieces of ginger to cleanse the palate.THIS BITCH. Says the only unhealthy thing about sushi is the rice then proceeds to order a roll with deep fried shrimp with spicy mayo on top. I wouldn't be surprised if she just looked up generic sushi nutrition information for counting her points, because of course basic rolls aren't too high in calories without batter and mayo all over it.
I don't know about this time, but during one of her last go-arounds with WW I distinctly (or as VocabularyLynn would so eloquently say: "distinctively") remember her informing us that she never canceled her membership from the last time she attempted the program and she probably ought to use what she's been paying for.I wonder if she keeps paying $20 a month for the app and just keeps "restarting" to not "waste" more money on it or if she's restarting, cancelling, restarting, etc,