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Old 08-07-2007, 02:37 PM   #1
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I always thought this was kinda interesting-my coworkers know what I WON'T give up. So do you all have any food items that you won't give up even if it's not on your plan????

Mine: Coor's Light and 2% shredded cheddar cheese on my salad.
NOT GONNA DO IT!!!!

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Old 08-07-2007, 02:44 PM   #2
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My wine lol, and provolone cheese. I grab a piece once in a while when I'm hungry and there's nothing in the fridge.
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I would agree with the wine . Although I know I have to give it up as it's been a good chuck of my weight gain I'm sure.

BREAD!!!! STARCH. I could never be an Atkins girl that's for sure.
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I'm temporarily giving up the wine......it is really hard! As soon as I'm at goal, I'll reevaluate. I know I'll never give it up for good!

I cannot give up full fat sour cream. I will, if I remember, cut it with Z-trim (I really can't tell the difference), but I cannot and will not use low fat or fat free sour cream! Darn stuff tastes like skim milk with flour mixed in to thicken it. Yuck!
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Wine and chocolate!!!! Of course, I'm a firm believer that you don't need to completely give up anything to lose. Everything in moderation!
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Coffee... but I drink it black, so it isn't too bad.
Beer... MGD! But only a couple on the weekend.
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My whole wheat english muffin w/ 1 tbsp peanut butter in the morning. Makes me soooooo happy!
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coffee, tea, Spenda, and fat free half-and-half. I would lose my mind if I didn't get 2 to 4 cups of each a day.

I also won't give up dark chocolate. I only get one piece of Dove dark chocolate a day (45 calories) and I wait for that special after lunch treat.
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My Sugar Free Butter Pecan ice cream by Eddy's. It makes me feel like I'm having a "normal" treat and its delicious!
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Hi Jan!!!

Ok I agree with you on the 2% cheddar thing!!!!!

I had low fat cheddar yesterday for the first time and what is that stuff????

Yuck. Tasted like rubber to me
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Hiya Karen,
I heard something about Fat Free Shredded cheese a while back. Something to the effect that it's made with oil or gas or something like that. LOL. I heard that it's really bad for you. Tastes like plastic. eeeeuuuw. PS. Don't eat the fat free hot dogs either.....I think they're made with styrofoam...hehehe.
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Fat Free cheese doesn't melt. That scares me a little........
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ABSTRACT: Fat-free mozzarella cheeses containing 4 levels of calcium (0.79%, 0.66%, 0.59%, and 0.50%) were manufactured on 4 separate occasions. Meltability as softening time and temperature, melting time and temperature, flow rate, extent of flow, decrease in cheese height during melting, melt area, whiteness (L* value) at 5 and 60 °C and proteolysis were evaluated on 1, 7, 15, and 30 d. Reduction of 35% of the calcium increased the cheese flow to 2.5 times and the cheese also required 19% less time to melt. Low-calcium fat-free cheeses required lower temperature and less time to soften and melt, and had greater and faster flow. Whiteness decreased and proteolysis was greater in low-calcium cheeses.

See-I told you-it's made from gasoline.......
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