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Old 12-19-2010, 09:51 PM   #46  
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CJ - I couldn't open it. It just took me to home page of google docs. Do I have to sign up to see it?

Also, I will leave you all with one word for the day/evening/weekend...

ready... ?

BLOATED.
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Old 12-20-2010, 08:09 AM   #47  
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BLOATED.
Ditto
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Old 12-21-2010, 06:08 PM   #48  
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Hi kids, i'm baaaaack. Haven't been living very primal, nor very low carb. But I'd like to get back on the wagon. Luckily, my weight seems to have stabilized.

I just made Mark Sisson's bbq sauce. I'll use it up, but does anyone have another one that's a bit sweeter? I did add liquid sucralose to his, but it's still a bit tangier than I like.

Hey Brown! I haven't tried his bbq sauce but I just read on his website his book got nailed as one of the 5 unhealthiest cookbooks of the year. Y'all should go read it if you haven't yet - apparently the group giving the "award" is essentially vegan, so that makes sense.

Welcome back and I'm sure you can get back on track. Personally, I am trying to get through the holidays without too much damage!
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Just finished off a nice big pork chop for breakfast......
Very unhealthy...

Here's to surviving the holiday meals...

Merry Christmas to all and
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Old 12-22-2010, 09:38 PM   #50  
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Just finished off a nice big pork chop for breakfast......
Very unhealthy...

Here's to surviving the holiday meals...

Merry Christmas to all and
Nice... and yum!

Yes, the holidays are proving more treacherous than I thought...visit at in-laws starts Friday (danger, danger!).

Has anyone heard from Susan... been thinking about her lots.
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Old 12-23-2010, 08:24 AM   #51  
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Good for you, Brown.

I am also trying to recommit to watching everything very closely. I have been stuck in the low 150s for a month or more. I have been OK with this but need to kick start the losing again.

Yesterday, I ate mostly meat (one apple) and am moving in the right direction if only a few ounces.

This does work.
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I made hard boiled eggs last night and left them out -- do you think they're fine?
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Claire,

Now this is definitely a MikkiJoe (the ex-caterer) question. I would usually just tell my DH to eat them as he has a iron stomach.

I imagine it depends on how warm your kitchen stays. Mine gets pretty cool at night.

What would Grok do? I shutter to think how he "preserved" food. I wonder when our ancestors started cooking eggs? Probably just cracked them open and swallowed raw or better yet, kept them warm until they hatched...
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Sandy,
They are in my fridge (can't bear to throw a 10 farm eggs away), but I haven't ventured to eat them yet. lol on what would grok do!!!
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Merry Christmas!
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Merry Christmas to you too Susan and all my Primal friends out there
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Merry Christmas, Susan!! Miss you on here!
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Merry Christmas to you too Susan and all my Primal friends out there

Merry Christmas, Ilene and everyone! We are snowed in!!!!!!!!! BIG DEAL in Tidewater Virginia!
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Merry Christmas, Ilene and everyone! We are snowed in!!!!!!!!! BIG DEAL in Tidewater Virginia!
and up here in the north we hardly have any at the moment, we keep missing the storms
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Went to a movie yesterday, "The Kings Speech". Very good movie. I decided a head of time that I would have buttered popcorn only when I go to the movies which happens very rarely as the movies today are usually bad and not worth paying a full ticket price for.

I was so glad I had decided because one is hit with the smell of popcorn just going in the door. I also had a diet coke which I do not allow any other time.
I ordered a large bag and could only eat half. The guy said they used real butter.

Today, I am up a few ounces and am kinda diarrheaish. Probably won't do that again as it just wasn't that good. Sounded better than it tasted.
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