No no, it isn't terrible. Your diet is definitely a healthy reasonably well-rounded diet if yesterday and today's were the norm for you. Of course, your goals aren't just to be "normal healthy", so you have to go above and beyond.
The biggest thing that jumps off the page at me is the lack of protein; depending on exact portions, it looks like you're only getting 50-70 grams of protein a day. That's shortchanging yourself on muscle growth, and therefore also fat burnt. Remember, the more muscle you have, the more quickly you burn fat. I get the feeling you're not someone who is afraid of this, but on the off chance you are....you WILL NOT 'accidentally' get bigger than you want! I promise. Nobody woke up one day and suddenly thought "Wow, I got way too muscular, I need to stop eating/exercising". It's a brutally slow process, especially for non-drug users, and ESPECIALLY for women. So if that was of even the slightest concern to you, please, stop worrying about it at all.
The simplest adjustment would be to just add another 1/2 to 1 lb of meat per day, whether it be lean ground beef, chicken, fish, etc. Just something healthy. If you only want to add 1/2 lb of meat extra per day, I'd also suggest you add another protein shake in each day. This shouldn't cost much at all, an extra $1-2 a day as long as you get good deals on meat.
I wouldn't be concerned so much with spices in general; if adding a little extra salt helps you to avoid TRUE junk food (fried food, deserts, etc), then it's easily justifiable. As long as you're not going crazy overboard with salt, the only effect you'll have is a tiny bit of water retention.
Lastly for now, so does your gym not have freeweights? Or have you been raised on the notion that they'll make you all manly and gross? Or something else?