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Old 08-26-2008, 12:50 PM   #16
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Old 08-26-2008, 01:02 PM   #17
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Cheese and pasta...pasta with cheesey sauce!
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Old 08-26-2008, 06:43 PM   #18
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Another great thread...

Gosh.. so much stuff... I think.. fried foods.. anything fried is so much better... french fries.. fish... potatoes... chicken...

Yeah. Fried foods with no extra pounds... Sounds good to me.

Okay.

I just gained five pounds thinking about this. Better head to the exercise section of this forum. *grin*
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Old 08-26-2008, 07:47 PM   #19
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I can eat anything without gaining a pound, I just can't eat everything.

All my life, it seems like I've kept these lists of "things I can eat," and "things I can't eat," and it didn't help me keep off a single pound.

I've learned that carbs make me crazy hungry, so I do have to limit and control my intake to be successful and comfortable, but nothing will ever be on a "banned" list every again.
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Old 08-26-2008, 07:55 PM   #22
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This is the hardest question. Ever.

I'm one of the worst foodies imaginable. The fact that I have to give up my favorite desserts is hard, but I'm learning to replace them with other things. A glass of chocolate soy milk keeps my chocolate craving in check. Dark meat chicken replaced with light meat. Fried replaced with grilled. I love pasta and I'm not giving that up, but I eat it in moderation with a lot of veggies and a good homemade tomato sauce made with olive oil and herbs and freshly minced garlic. I'm guilty of liking salt, but I'm trying my hardest to stay away from it more and to instead use herbs and spices to flavor my food. When I do use salt, it's a high quality sea salt that still gives really good flavor even when used sparingly.

With how I'm eating now, mostly replacing the foods I really loved with equally satisfying but healthier alternatives, I don't feel deprived of anything. Now let's see if it works to help me lose weight.
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Old 08-26-2008, 08:00 PM   #23
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Real ice cream
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omg. omg. this is a bad question. TRIGGER THREAD! lol!

Pizza, being number one, I'd eat a whole friggin pizza by myself and wash it down with a huge bottle of Sterling merlot

then I'd eat cheesecake till I exploded.
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Interesting thing is although I think certain things are nice as a splurge, there is only one thing that I could imagine eating plenty of for the rest of my life and not getting sick of.

I mean fries are fun once in a while, I couldn't eat them every day even if they were calorie free. When I was on my gaining streak, ice cream was one of my big things to eat but I also didn't eat it every day. I could probably see cheese as a very frequent thing because I used to be in love with cheese. I never cared for pizza much but there is one pizza place I like and I go there every couple months. Also cheesecake I enjoyed every so often but I only liked really good cheesecake (with sour cream topping) and I could've only seen myself eating it once a month.

I guess an addendum question is for your calorie free food, how often could you see yourself eating it if it was calorie free? Would you see yourself getting sick of it?

For me, I could definitely eat peanut butter every single day. Peanut butter has been one of the reasons for my 'stalls' in weight loss many many times.
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I guess an addendum question is for your calorie free food, how often could you see yourself eating it if it was calorie free? Would you see yourself getting sick of it?
Cheese? Every day. A small amount with every meal. And some times a heaping amount with certain meals. And some sort of sweet-cheese product for dessert every night. So many different cheeses, so many different uses... I'd never get sick of it.
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Old 08-26-2008, 08:48 PM   #27
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I also thought of another thing I haven't seen from anyone... (or missed it)

Avocado - I could eat it every day. I would gladly eat entire avocados. I have one sitting on my counter ripening and I can't wait to cut into it.
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Fresh oven-baked brownies!

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Old 09-01-2008, 10:51 AM   #30
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Not sure I can handle the food porn

I'd have to go with cheese. I eat a small amount almost every day, but if cheese was calorie free I would eat it by the bucket full.
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