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Old 01-06-2007, 09:02 PM   #1  
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Can we have hominy in phase 1?
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Old 01-07-2007, 07:23 AM   #2  
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No hominy. Sorry! but "welcome: to 3FC and The Beach.

Please check out the Revised Phase I Food List in the next section. Grains are not allowed until Phase II and corn is not allowed even then.
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It's funny this would come up. I never really knew what hominy was until about a week or so ago, when a friend described it as corn turned inside out. lol! While we're on corn, how come we can't have regular corn in phase II but we can have popcorn? maybe because unpopped it's actually a small amount? I've always been curious about that.

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Well, it has to do with turning it inside out! 3 cups of popcorn without oil is 92 cals and 19 carbs while a ½ cup of corn is 303 calories and 62 carbs.

I hope that answers your query.
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