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Old 01-08-2012, 10:40 AM   #91
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ok I willread ingreadients. thanks
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Old 01-08-2012, 11:02 AM   #92
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Daisey, is this your doggie in your avi?
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Old 01-08-2012, 02:06 PM   #93
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yes thats my Frankie hes a jack russell
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well I did find some allowable raisins but thats all
all the other dried fruit has added sugar.
I will look again another day.
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Old 01-08-2012, 02:45 PM   #95
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yes thats my Frankie hes a jack russell
I love Jack Russells. Ever since Eddie on Frasier . I have a schnauzer/poodle mix, her name is Vanilla because she is all white. She is a lovely rescue animal. I can't imagine my day without her, when she is at the groomer's there is a notable absence in the house.
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Old 01-08-2012, 02:50 PM   #96
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Old 01-08-2012, 02:51 PM   #97
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well I did find some allowable raisins but thats all
all the other dried fruit has added sugar.
I will look again another day.
Funny this came up today. My DH went to visit his mother who is moving from her big house to a smaller home *downsizing*. Her late husband gave her a Nuwave oven and she didn't like it as it was kinda "newfangled" for her, so she gave it to my husband to give it to me I can use it as a dehydrator. I'll make my own NSA (no sugar added) fruits. And jerky too. I just made a whole package of bacon in 15 minutes for us to use this week. We have cut way back on bacon, but I found a lower sodium, no sugar added kind at Kroger. Pretty good. I also bought a big package of blueberries I was going to freeze...hmmm. May dehydrate those tonight in the Nuwave.
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Just completed my first full Primal week...and had a loss of 10.75 pounds. Wow I couldn't believe the scale on Sunday morning! I haven't felt hungry -- well, no need to really, 'cause I haven't "starved" myself! Meat, veggies, fruit, a little dairy (full-fat Greek yogurt, and organic, all natural cheese, a splash of heavy cream twice)....wow.

I was very careful to avoid processed food most of all...I'm going to make that my main goal for a while, and see how the next few weeks go.
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Old 01-09-2012, 10:36 AM   #99
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Mousegal congrats on the weight loss
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MouseGal, that's amazing! Great job!
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Old 01-09-2012, 12:25 PM   #101
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Just completed my first full Primal week...and had a loss of 10.75 pounds. Wow I couldn't believe the scale on Sunday morning! I haven't felt hungry -- well, no need to really, 'cause I haven't "starved" myself! Meat, veggies, fruit, a little dairy (full-fat Greek yogurt, and organic, all natural cheese, a splash of heavy cream twice)....wow.

I was very careful to avoid processed food most of all...I'm going to make that my main goal for a while, and see how the next few weeks go.
WOWZA!
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Old 01-09-2012, 01:46 PM   #103
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Just completed my first full Primal week...and had a loss of 10.75 pounds. Wow I couldn't believe the scale on Sunday morning! I haven't felt hungry -- well, no need to really, 'cause I haven't "starved" myself! Meat, veggies, fruit, a little dairy (full-fat Greek yogurt, and organic, all natural cheese, a splash of heavy cream twice)....wow.

I was very careful to avoid processed food most of all...I'm going to make that my main goal for a while, and see how the next few weeks go.
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I wish I could find some dried blueberries thats on plan.
Does anyone know where I might look?

Also a little dairy is ok right?
If not oops I wish I didn't like it
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Old 01-09-2012, 02:39 PM   #105
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Just completed my first full Primal week...and had a loss of 10.75 pounds. Wow I couldn't believe the scale on Sunday morning! I haven't felt hungry -- well, no need to really, 'cause I haven't "starved" myself! Meat, veggies, fruit, a little dairy (full-fat Greek yogurt, and organic, all natural cheese, a splash of heavy cream twice)....wow.

I was very careful to avoid processed food most of all...I'm going to make that my main goal for a while, and see how the next few weeks go.
WAY TO GO, MOUSEGAL!
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Old 01-09-2012, 03:41 PM   #106
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thanks sooze. I love dairy I just want to do this right.
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Thanks for the warm welcome! I made the grassfed beef ribs tonight! They are cooling right now. They smell amazing. I made a BBQ sauce out of tomato paste, apple cider vinegar and spices. I also used a little bit of cinnamon and cumin in my spice rub- I ran out of sea salt. Lol!!

For dinner, the family had wild salmon, which I bought from trader joes. I just broiled it for 20 mins with some lemon, kerrygold and thyme. Came out yummy. I also have a bunch of frozen spinach to get rid of, so I sautéed some spinach in beef tallow, butter and garlic. It was great!

I didnt have much of a lunch today, just some leftover cauli rice with egg. I did have a large breakfast of bacon this morning, with berries. No chocolate today! I usually have my world market chocolate every day!

I just love paleo/primal.
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Thanks for the warm welcome! I made the grassfed beef ribs tonight! They are cooling right now. They smell amazing. I made a BBQ sauce out of tomato paste, apple cider vinegar and spices. I also used a little bit of cinnamon and cumin in my spice rub- I ran out of sea salt. Lol!!

For dinner, the family had wild salmon, which I bought from trader joes. I just broiled it for 20 mins with some lemon, kerrygold and thyme. Came out yummy. I also have a bunch of frozen spinach to get rid of, so I sautéed some spinach in beef tallow, butter and garlic. It was great!

I didnt have much of a lunch today, just some leftover cauli rice with egg. I did have a large breakfast of bacon this morning, with berries. No chocolate today! I usually have my world market chocolate every day!

I just love paleo/primal.
Can't wait till our Trader Joe's opens here in Houston
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I found out we have a world market about 60 or 70 miles away I can't wait uuntil I get to go there. What kind of chocolate do you all eat.
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I wish I could find some dried blueberries thats on plan.
Does anyone know where I might look?
I haven't managed to find any dried fruit that is on plan. I have a dehydrator that I use to make jerky, and I'm thinking about drying out some fruit to see how it turns out. I just bought some blueberries - maybe I should go experiment.
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I haven't managed to find any dried fruit that is on plan. I have a dehydrator that I use to make jerky, and I'm thinking about drying out some fruit to see how it turns out. I just bought some blueberries - maybe I should go experiment.
I was thinking the same thing....found out some dehydrators are pretty inexpensive and am planning on buying one.
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Was hungry for some reason all day but stayed on track. Every time I wanted something I'd get a glass of water or I'd go brush my teeth Might just jump up and go get some hot green tea. Right. Now.

B-4 med. eggs and 1 oz. bacon
S- blueberry shake-just blueberries, coconut milk and greek yogurt
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dessert-a clementine (maybe)
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Old 01-11-2012, 06:01 AM   #113
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I can't find full fat greek yogurt
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Old 01-11-2012, 07:23 AM   #114
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I get the Greek God full fat at Wal Mart and HEB and then much to my surprise I found it at Kroger. It's the green carton. And I noticed that Oikos seems to have gone nation-wide. Belongs to a big company now. I've never tried or bought it so I don't know if they have full fat version. Seems like Whole Foods carries the full fat Fage. Not sure but will look next time while I'm hunting down Bubbie's pickles.

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Love full fat Greek yogurt. Hove some of the one sooze mentioned... Will be having it as a snack this afternoon. Found mine at Walmart.
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I want some off to wal mart with some blackberries
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Old 01-11-2012, 01:20 PM   #117
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I found a brand called stoneyfield and its made from whole milk I do not see greek on it any where.
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I found a brand called stoneyfield and its made from whole milk I do not see greek on it any where.
If you strain it in a colander lined with paper towels (or cheese cloth) the result is what I call yo-cheese with same consistency of Greek. You drain out the water *whey*. The only problem with that is some yogurts have gelatin in them and it doesn't drain off all the whey. Stoneyfield is pretty natural so it should drain well. I used to get the Kroger brand (full fat) and it had no additives and drained well. I bought one of the big brands, Dannon (or whatever) one time and it did NOT drain at all. Hey, I even drained some Kefir one time...Ke-cheese Pretty good.

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I tried the full fat Greek yogurt not too long ago, and found it way too tangy. Maybe I should try a different brand.

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I tried the full fat Greek yogurt not too long ago, and found it way too tangy. Maybe I should try a different brand.

I started a journal over here http://www.lowcarbfriends.com/bbs/we...formation.html if anyone wants to read/post there I'd be delighted.
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