On no-eat days, I have less than 100 calories. I usually have gum, usually creamer, sometimes about 40ml of alcohol (from a 50ml bottle or rum, or scotch, or amaretto, or whatever; when I'm trying something new, my roommate splits it with me). On eat days, I don't try to restrict what I'm having, but I don't think I've touched 6000 calories on any eat day. Since online sources suggest that my resting metabolism should be consuming about 2500 calories a day above 300 pounds, and since I don't lay in bed all day, it seems as though I should have been losing weight each and every day, rather than plateauing around 315-317 for two weeks. One would expect that if my metabolism had shifted into a lower rate of energy use, I'd feel less energetic or even lethargic, but that hasn't been the case, either.
In any case, without any noticeable change in eating behavior, I started losing rapidly again in the last week, so I'm not really complaining. At this point, I would have to lose about a pound a day to be under 300 by the time I start sailing, weekend after next. I considered having two no-eat days in a row once or twice to try to achieve that, but haven't decided to actually do it.
I'll probably post when I drop under 300, or in a month or so, whichever comes first. :)