Where's Cindy Singing Next?

  • Dinah, Trouble in Tahiti; Mrs. Clancy, The Italian Lesson, Piccolo Opera San Antonio 2014
    November 1, 8 p.m. November 2, 2:30 p.m. http://www.operapiccolasa.com/
  • Prince Orlovsky, Die Fledermaus, Syracuse Opera, 2014
  • Gertrude, Romeo et Juliette, Austin Lyric Opera 2015
    January 24, 29; February 1 www.austinlyricopera.org

Cindy on Stage

  • Marcellina, The Marriage of Figaro, Jacksonville Symphony 2014
    I play dress-up for a living.
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June 21, 2009


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eating the right food makes you to become self confident, healthy, happy and physically fit.


You've hit on an important point, V. Just because something says "vegan" doesn't mean it's healthy. Those vegan brownies are very likely to be made with margarine and a sweetener that has just as many calories as sugar. So they're lovely, but not necessarily low-fat, low-carb, or low-sugar. All the vegan label gets you is an assurance that no animal products were used in making it!

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Must confess that I adore the Vegan brownies sold at Whole Foods. I think they are even better than non-vegan, because all the flavor has to come from the deep, rich, dark chocolate (since there's no butter, eggs, milk etc to add to the taste). Only problem is I haven't found a calorie count for them yet, although I did find out each one has 2.5 grams of fat. They are soooo good. Too good, actually! I can only allow myself to get one on specific whole foods visits (when I'm shopping at the end of the month), because otherwise I'd be picking one up everytime I go in to grab a salad or sushi.


i just tried tempeh fore the first time recently and really liked it. I don;t like tofu as a rule because of the consistency but tempeh was like corn nuggets in my mouth so i didn't mind it


There's a great cabaret song that goes, "Butter ... I remember butter ..." and goes on to wistfully list all the things the singer can no longer eat. Well, I too remember butter, and except occasionally when I'm having pancakes, I find I can do without it. I don't even use it for baking any more.

What's more surprising to me, though, is not really needing salad dressing or other added fats. Just getting rid of those is a major health and weight loss boost!

BTW, congrats on your 43 pounds!


Ban the butter is great advice. I used to eat butter on an English muffin every day for breakfast. I quit butter March 1 and I quit lattes Jan. 1 (I allow myself just one per month.) I'm at a new all-time low today--43 pounds gone!!! I think a lot of that is no more butter. I like to think of the weight of 43 one-pound boxes of butter. Imagine how tiring that was to tote that around.

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