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Old 12-31-2012, 10:54 AM   #961
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We now have dinner plans tonight at a local diner. I had a potato for b-fast and another one for lunch. Supper will probably be a large taco salad-they put it in an edible taco shell bowl

Tomorrow I'll probably do a pd dd and then Wednesday back to normal rotations
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Old 12-31-2012, 11:26 AM   #962
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I am having nothing today until dinner, but wanted to add that potatoes in any form have become my obsession. I went to specifically pick up the organic yukon golds and ended up with a whole bunch of homegrown yams & sweets.

I will be having only potatoes tomorrow w/ a bowl of black eye peas mixed into my mash tater soup. Then on to my regular JUDDD on the 2nd.
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Old 12-31-2012, 11:54 AM   #963
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Addie--just make sure, since it is your UD, that you prepare an absolutely delicious and satisfying tater dish! No deprivation!!
Will do. I really like the potatoes with salsa. Course my favorites are the hash browns but those call for too much ketchup so I will skip them.

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Old 12-31-2012, 12:30 PM   #965
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I will be having only potatoes tomorrow w/ a bowl of black eye peas mixed into my mash tater soup.
Hoppin' John for the new year?
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Hoppin' John for the new year?
I have been waiting to make this for a while. Can't decide to do it ala Pioneer Woman or grandmother's recipe?
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Old 12-31-2012, 12:46 PM   #967
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hmmmm....how about you post both the recipes, and we'll vote?
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Grandmother's Hoppin' John

This is also the most popular according to my local newspaper. The fun thing is, you can throw in any kind of sausage or chicken, it is really up to what you prefer. I love it because it reminds me of her. The difference is that Ree makes hers with a whole hamhock & she stir fries her onions/celery in butter plus she simmers in 5 cups of chicken broth instead of bouillon.

3 large sausages, casing removed
4 slices of bacon, cut into pieces
1/2 cup of red onion, chopped
2 tsp. of garlic, minced
1/2 cup of celery, diced
1/2 cup of bell pepper, diced
1 package of black eyed peas
4-6 cubes of bouillon
6 cups of water
3/4 tsp. cumin
salt to taste, its best to do this after it has cooked

Saute the onion, garlic, celery and bell pepper for 5 minutes. Cook the sausage and bacon. Add all of the ingredients to the crock pot. Cook on high for 4 hours. Most of the juice will be gone, you may have a cup left. Serve immediately on white rice (although my daughter likes brown).
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Yep, I fry the onions, celery & bell pepper in butter, too.

I use a few bay leaves...thyme...
sometimes some "poultry seasoning" (which has sage).
Never tried cumin (but I wouldn't mix cumin & sage!!! )

I add tomato paste & molasses to make the broth richer.

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UD! SF ketchup!! Go for it!
I wish. I am out and my local stores have stopped carrying it. In fact, the next large town over didn't even have it last time I checked. Bummer. I had to hide it in the back of the frig anyway so DH didn't drink it all down. I kept his up front so he never looked past the door. Yea.
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PJ, I think molasses does sound yumm too.

I think the cumin must be a southern type thing. I saute my veggies in a bit of bacon drippins. Maybe I will try butter.
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UD! SF ketchup!! Go for it!
Every time you guys recommend something like this, I race to the grocery store in CANADA where we seem not to have ANY of this stuff. Bahhhhh!
Good thing I love mustard and vinegar.
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Yesterday started out as a potato hack day but then we went out for supper so I counted it as an UD. I was pleasantly surprised to see another .5 drop this morning, bringing me down to my pre-holiday eating weight of 149lbs The potato hack definitely seems to do something magical for me Today will be a potato DD (3-4 yellow potatoes, fat free hot cocoa and then water and diet soda), and then tomorrow I'll transition into my normal JUDDD rotations. This is the second time I've done a few potato hack days and I really do think it triggers weight loss. I'll probably incorporate 2-3 potato only days into my monthly JUDDD rotations
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Anyone tried fingerlings? I love those little potatoes!
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I saute my veggies in a bit of bacon drippins. Maybe I will try butter.
Oh! bacon drippins are totally legitimate!!!

I just meant as opposed to "vegetable" oil....
too many recipes say to sautee onions in vegetable oil.
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Hiya all, you can make your own SF ketchup, easy peasy! Just Google it. (i just lactofermented my last batch, but that's a whole other story!)

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Thanks for reminding me about the blackeyed peas....I've always had them on New Year's..but this miserable cold/flu...or whatever it is, has taken my appetite.
Since Im Home Alone til evening, Ill try to find a way to have a spoonful...I was being so smart this year, skipping my flu shot...guess I won't be doing that anymore...
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I cannot wait to see the scale start to drop..another week or so and things should start happening..otherwise I am doing something wrong
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So, I've spent the last couple of days reading this whole thread. Super interesting! I am back to JUDDD and have decided to give the Potato Hack a go!

I plan to do 4 days (T-Fri), and see how it goes. I did start my day off with coffee and 2 T of hwc. But it will be four hours since the coffee that I start in on my taters. I have boiled up 3 pounds of red creamers and they're in the fridge chilling away right now. I've also got a couple of russets ready to be cooked and a whole bunch of large red potatoes to cook, too. I have some malt vinegar and plan to eat my taters with either vinegar & salt or broth & salt.

Today is supposed to be a DD for me, but I haven't decided yet whether to keep to rotations these 4 days or to just eat to appetite. I'll still keep track of calories, but not sure how the rotation piece will fit in.

So there's the plan. Bring it!!!!
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hi mommie22, sounds like a good plan! i am going to start spudstering at some point this week as well. i read some of your 'don't panic' thread - good advice!

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Hi all you SPUDDDs!

Just wanted to pop in here and report something that's been interesting since I did my potato hack early in December. Here is the link to my summary post in this thread:
A DD Hack

While I enjoyed the potatoes and I did see significant improvements in my bg response after eating them, the hack didn't seem to generate any immediate short-term improvements for me after I stopped eating the potatoes.

So a couple of weeks later (now) after a return to my normal LC lifestyle, I've noticed a number of changes. These COULD be due to getting over a cold and decreasing exercise for the last couple of weeks but...I'm not really sure but I'm curious whether others have noticed anything farther down the line.

- Cravings for sugars and starches have all but disappeared. While I had them before Xmas, they just seem to be absent now. I even have to keep reminding myself to eat my lunch fruit. I had a wine tasting party with lots of goodies, sugar free and otherwise. I sampled but didn't overeat as I normally would have.

- Blood sugar swings after drinking alcohol seem to be significantly reduced. I usually get really "snacky" the day after I drink, regardless of whether I am hungover or not, which generally leads to overeating--usually things that I shouldn't, like nuts and cheese. Hasn't happened through the holiday season.

- Hunger generally has been more under control. I seem to be eating less, wanting less, and needing less food to be satisfied. If I feel hungry, I seem to be eating just enough, and low carb, high fat "just enough".

- The real kicker: weight. After my hack (4 days), I didn't seem to notice a big change in the way my weight was reacting to non-low carb foods, alcohol, or too much of anything. I was hovering between 146-151, the higher end after the weekends or time off and the lower end on the weekends, Saturday generally being my low weigh-in day. I generally didn't dip below 145-6 and if I did, it wasn't for long. This was true before the hack and immediately afterwards. Starting about a week before Xmas, I noticed my weekly weigh-ins starting to reflect a lower weight. The first week, 144. The second week, 142-143. This week I was solidly in the 142's and this morning, after apparently dumping some water from NYE festivities, 141. I haven't actually been at this weight for quite some time.

Now as I said, I've been ill and not necessarily eating or exercising normally but usually when I'm sick, I eat myself out of house and home and GAIN 5 pounds. Boredom more than anything, I think. These changes seemed to start prior to my illness, though, and seem to be continuing now, after I am back to normal. This week, I'll probably be eating much closer to what is normal for me and next week or possibly this weekend I'll be exercising again so I'll be curious whether this sticks.

Just thought I would share and see if anyone else has experienced anything similar. And yes, my feet are definitely a half to a full size smaller. Still.
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I am not sure Shelbyla. With all the crazy Christmas eating it is hard to separate it all out. I notice that I am different around chips after the hack. I actually forgot that I had put some out in New Years Eve and that has never happened to me before. Maybe I have finally had my fill of potatoes. The Christmas weight did come off really fast but not sure if that was just because I had just gained it.
I was planning to do the potato hack for my DD's only now but I am most of the way through my UD today and am not hungry so I think I will just have a few spuds and call it another DD. Strange that I am not hungry. Hope I am not coming down with anything. I am considering maybe doing the potato hack again until the weekend as that will most likely bring me back into my maintenance weight range again. It is hard to resist the quick weight loss this hack provides. I would certainly enjoy going back to maintenance calories...
If I do do the hack for a few days I will pay a bit more attention to how it affects my cravings and weight afterwards. I wish my feet would go down a size! They are a 10 and it can be difficult to get my size sometimes.
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Hiya, Hackers!

So I am almost done with my second full day on a potato hack. Just thought I'd post a little update...

Starting weight yesterday was my highest ever. Boo! 210.2 at about 10am yesterday. Brekkie was coffee w/2T hwc, lunch was 12oz baby red creamer potatoes w/ malt vinegar and salt, dinner was 6oz red potatoes mashed up with chicken broth. 555 calories for the day, and I must say I peed a ton throughout the day.

This morning (6am) I weighed 205.2. No kidding! A five-pound loss on the scale. That was exciting and very motivating!! Today's brekkie was coffee w/ hwc just like yesterday, lunch was 14oz russet potatoes mashed up with chicken broth, dinner was a 6oz red potato, peeled and dry-fried in a pan with s & p. I tried frying up another and seasoning it differently, but it was not very tasty, so it ended up in the trash. Total calories right now are at 605! Not much of a rotation. I'm going to try to eat a few more little chilled creamers later, but right now I'm just not hungry.

I'm a little nervous about eating so little today. I'll clearly need to do better tomorrow. I might add some more hwc to my morning coffee just to up my calories some. I've been careful both yesterday and today to have several hours in between finishing my coffee and eating my tater lunch, just to make sure I'm not still processing any protein or fat once the taters hit my gut.

Sorry for the ramble...I'm just trying to get my thoughts on this out there. Happy SPUDDDing, BUDDDs!!
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Andrea!

Shelby, I noticed the same thing with cravings, although, mine are typically for nuts & wine instead of sugar. I enjoyed my hack so much, that I have started adding taters in my daily cuisine. I am wondering if I should only do the hack once in a while??? It is quite tempting to go back and do it for a few days each week. The weight loss the 2nd time was not as great as my 1st time, (3 lbs) but I am loving the feeling of peace with the hunger monster.
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I will use this tool regularly too, just one day seem to calm the beast!
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I wish. I am out and my local stores have stopped carrying it. In fact, the next large town over didn't even have it last time I checked. Bummer. I had to hide it in the back of the frig anyway so DH didn't drink it all down. I kept his up front so he never looked past the door. Yea.
Adi, you sound just like me!! (Is it a Texan thing? lol ) My hubby never thinks about dieting, it's always me battling the scales. Whether I'm LCing and frying up a huge cast iron skillet of bacon, or making some luscious cheesecake, he's right there to sample and eat the goodies I've made. I also have been known to place my cooked goodies out of immediate sight. You'd think we had a houseful of kids around!

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I've been reading through this thread with interest!! My plan for the New Year was to do an hcg round, then I thought why not try both?!! I'm usually a rogue hcger anyway. So now my plan is to do 500 cals of potato while on the drops. Maybe 250 cals of potato during the day and dinner with 3 oz. meat and some vegies. For me it's all an experiment!!

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Question about cold resistant starch... I know once they are cooked and cooled it is activated... But what happens when you reheat the potatoes??
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hey divine! how interesting and many thanks for digging that up--

I made richard nikolay's most recent version (free the animal). OMG. soooo good. Slice a few taters into thinish slices and lay in ovenproof dish, heavy S&P on layers, cover with two cups of broth (I used chicken with a teeny weeny bit of white wine). Bake for 70 minutes at 400. Top is brown, bottom is creamy and absolutely delish.
This sounds delish! Will be trying this soon!!
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