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Old 01-19-2012, 01:30 PM   #181
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AF showed 3-4 days EARLY..


The carb monster is waiting to attack.

send.help.


ok ok I am sending HELPPPPPPPPPPPP
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Old 01-19-2012, 01:42 PM   #182
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AF showed 3-4 days EARLY..


The carb monster is waiting to attack.

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Old 01-19-2012, 03:23 PM   #183
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That's ambitious. I'm not resolving to spend time outdoors every day until all chance of temperatures in the teens and below is gone. That's probably not until late April! We're expecting more snow tomorrow and unless I can catch a few rays through the windshield while sitting in my car with the heat blasting there will be no sun or nature for me.
Wow...it's 75 here in Southeast Texas. Had to put on the a/c for a while. One of the perks livin' close to the equator
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Old 01-19-2012, 08:02 PM   #184
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oh no the carb monster got someone!!!

Are you ok? Just keep going..you'll outrun that mean ol monster in no time.
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Old 01-20-2012, 04:19 AM   #186
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Wow...it's 75 here in Southeast Texas. Had to put on the a/c for a while. One of the perks livin' close to the equator
I'm jealous! When I last checked it was 5 degrees here, and there was no sun to be seen. Brrrr. I hate cold.
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Old 01-20-2012, 05:24 AM   #187
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oh no the carb monster got someone!!!

Are you ok? Just keep going..you'll outrun that mean ol monster in no time.

I don't care who you are...anybody can outrun the granola monster
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Old 01-20-2012, 06:24 AM   #188
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sure I can..

especially since the granola is all gone(the kids, not me!)

But its the weekend which means I bake for the week ahead..



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Old 01-20-2012, 09:53 AM   #189
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That's ambitious. I'm not resolving to spend time outdoors every day until all chance of temperatures in the teens and below is gone. That's probably not until late April! We're expecting more snow tomorrow and unless I can catch a few rays through the windshield while sitting in my car with the heat blasting there will be no sun or nature for me.
Awww, sorry I live in TX now, but used to live in the Seattle area, so I've had my share of icky grey weather. The biggest positive difference when we moved to TX - blue skies and sunshine....sometimes, too much of it It was a bad summer and we had numerous days over 100 degrees - more like months. However, sunlight and blue skies make me happy and lots more optimistic.

It was 52 the other day here and I had to wear a jacket, but I could still sit outside. It was close to 70 yesterday, and will be over 75 today, so it will be fun. I'm going to a nearby park to walk my dog.
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Old 01-20-2012, 10:47 AM   #190
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Awww, sorry I live in TX now, but used to live in the Seattle area, so I've had my share of icky grey weather. The biggest positive difference when we moved to TX - blue skies and sunshine....sometimes, too much of it It was a bad summer and we had numerous days over 100 degrees - more like months. However, sunlight and blue skies make me happy and lots more optimistic.

It was 52 the other day here and I had to wear a jacket, but I could still sit outside. It was close to 70 yesterday, and will be over 75 today, so it will be fun. I'm going to a nearby park to walk my dog.
79 here today...heading up to Grapevine for the weekend. Going to the Big Bad Wolf Lodge *or whatever they call it*. I'm not worried about eating. Steak house one night and a salad bar at a pizza place the next. Breakfast is easy just about wherever you go.

Went to Whole Foods today and took advantage of salmon sale-$7.99 lb saving $6 lb. Stocked up on about 8 lbs which should last until at least April. Also got some Chocolove XoXo with coffee nibs--OUCH it was so good it was painful. I only ate 3 small squares but immediately tossed the rest to back of pantry. I think it's 55%. 1/3 bar is 10 net carbs so I only had 5 carbs in it---but think of all those anti-oxidants My, my. I also got nuts and a big beautiful turnip about the size of my head that I will use next week when I make a primal shepherd's pie Shepherd’s Pie | Mark's Daily Apple

Everybody looks good--watching out for Miss Betty. Gotta run from that baking too...
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Old 01-20-2012, 03:45 PM   #191
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Hey Primal folks, I need some help here. I'm looking for a good, primal-acceptable salad dressing. Last night I ate Walden Farms, which I KNOW is not primal. Problem is, I can't stand oil and vinegar, I'm going dairy-free for at least the rest of this month, and my first batch of homemade mayo was disgusting. Are there any creamy salad dressings/salad dressing recipes out there that are primal?
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Hey Primal folks, I need some help here. I'm looking for a good, primal-acceptable salad dressing. Last night I ate Walden Farms, which I KNOW is not primal. Problem is, I can't stand oil and vinegar, I'm going dairy-free for at least the rest of this month, and my first batch of homemade mayo was disgusting. Are there any creamy salad dressings/salad dressing recipes out there that are primal?
I will be waiting to see what the others say.
It sure would be nice
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Old 01-20-2012, 04:51 PM   #193
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Unfortunately, I have no Primal dressing recipes for you I was raised on oil and vinegar dressing, so it doesn't bother me....I wish I had something, especially dairy-free.
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Old 01-20-2012, 05:57 PM   #194
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Hey Primal folks, I need some help here. I'm looking for a good, primal-acceptable salad dressing. Last night I ate Walden Farms, which I KNOW is not primal. Problem is, I can't stand oil and vinegar, I'm going dairy-free for at least the rest of this month, and my first batch of homemade mayo was disgusting. Are there any creamy salad dressings/salad dressing recipes out there that are primal?
I've got my Primal cookbook here, and there's an interesting looking one for Avocado Mint Dressing. Probably could sub different seasons to the base...

2 tbls plain rice wine vinegar
1 tbls lime juice
15 mint leaves
1/4 minced jalapeno
1/4 avocado

Blend well, salt to taste.

I can imagine this with onion, garlic and dill (minus the mint and jalapeno).

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Old 01-20-2012, 06:04 PM   #195
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I've got my Primal cookbook here, and there's an interesting looking one for Avocado Mint Dressing. Probably could sub different seasons to the base...

2 tbls plain rice wine vinegar
1 tbls lime juice
15 mint leaves
1/4 minced jalapeno
1/4 avocado

Blend well, salt to taste.

I can imagine this with onion, garlic and dill (minus the mint and jalapeno).

Also, you can look at MDA in the recipes and see if you can find anything.
Sounds interesting I think I could work with this
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Old 01-20-2012, 06:08 PM   #196
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Yah, me, too. Gonna have to get some avocados this weekend. They're $1 each at my regular grocery store.
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Old 01-21-2012, 05:35 AM   #197
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Old 01-21-2012, 09:05 AM   #198
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That avocado dressing sounds worth a try, and I have some ripe avocados on hand. I'll let you guys know what I think after I try it.
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from the road.

Took a zip up to the northern part of the state to be with family this weekend. Kicked around Legoland with two toddlers. No problem with meals. Bypassed a buffet and opted for double salad and BBQ brisket with sauce on side. Dinner was at Fuddruckers where I hade a Kobe beef patty and Caesar salad (small). Fuddruckers let's you top your "burger" ( mine was bunless of course) and has giant lettuce leaves and tomatoes, pickles, etc. & could hardly finish. My snack was pecan halves. Not much exercise-walking a ginormous parking lot might qualify I guess. Today going to indoor water park. Should get something going
aerobically with said toddlers lol.

Everybody- carry on. We all seem to be getting hang of this
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I ate at red lobster last night. i think I did pretty good.
I had broiled fish with baked pot, broccoli, and side salad.
I think for me the 80/20 came into play.

but I did void the bread basket and it didn't bother me
at all. And I had lots of water to drink.
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Sounds like you all are doing good. I took advantage of the flexibility of my WOEs, and took a 20% day on an up day at a child's birthday party yesterday. I'll spare the details. The scale is punishing me today of course.
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from the road.

Took a zip up to the northern part of the state to be with family this weekend. Kicked around Legoland with two toddlers. No problem with meals. Bypassed a buffet and opted for double salad and BBQ brisket with sauce on side. Dinner was at Fuddruckers where I hade a Kobe beef patty and Caesar salad (small). Fuddruckers let's you top your "burger" ( mine was bunless of course) and has giant lettuce leaves and tomatoes, pickles, etc. & could hardly finish. My snack was pecan halves. Not much exercise-walking a ginormous parking lot might qualify I guess. Today going to indoor water park. Should get something going
aerobically with said toddlers lol.

Everybody- carry on. We all seem to be getting hang of this
Sooze, glad to hear you've been having such a good time with family. How's the Great Wolf Lodge?
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Sounds like you all are doing good. I took advantage of the flexibility of my WOEs, and took a 20% day on an up day at a child's birthday party yesterday. I'll spare the details. The scale is punishing me today of course.
You'll be back on track in no time!
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I've been having a couple of depressing days and overdid the carbs. Scale was terrible On top of that, the carbs made me sluggish and depressed, which perpetuated the problem. Back on track now, wish all my days could be 100% perfect.....
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Eliza I know what you mean. I have a saying if I was prefect I would be an angel....
I just try an do the best I can.

I set myself a goal to lose 5 lbs. a month last month was 4 this month 3 so far,
I'm still hoping.
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5lbs a month would be awesome for me!!!

I think I've rounded a corner here..I baked cookies for the week(for the kids)
and I didn't even have one tiny taste of cookie dough OR a cookie

I think it helps to eat well BEFOREhand.
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Sooze, glad to hear you've been having such a good time with family. How's the Great Wolf Lodge?
I was very impressed with GWL. Very clean and nice. Disneyesque. Would go back. Their meals are limited. Cater to families. Pizza and buffet. I got by with just a bit of pizza topping. My first cheese in months. But doubled down on salad. On way home this morning had 1/2 banana, sausage from McDonalds and some raw pecan halves. That should hold till we get home. Unsure about dinner tonite. Glad to get back to OUR food.
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5lbs a month would be awesome for me!!!

I think I've rounded a corner here..I baked cookies for the week(for the kids)
and I didn't even have one tiny taste of cookie dough OR a cookie

I think it helps to eat well BEFOREhand.
I have found 1 oz of nuts, strategically eaten, does wonders for my appetite. Literally klls it.
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Eliza I know what you mean. I have a saying if I was prefect I would be an angel....
I just try an do the best I can.

I set myself a goal to lose 5 lbs. a month last month was 4 this month 3 so far,
I'm still hoping.
I think that's great.
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Eliza I know what you mean. I have a saying if I was prefect I would be an angel....
I just try an do the best I can.

I set myself a goal to lose 5 lbs. a month last month was 4 this month 3 so far,I'm still hoping.
Daisey, that's a great beginning!
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