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random food thoughts..

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gawd, i miss my Edame Rolls they used to sell at Costco..

Whole wheat tortilla stuffed with edame, vegetables, humus, corn, any vegetable you can name.. and it was delicious. 29 grams of protein!

Until they sell those again, i'll wait and eat these veggie patties on whole wheat bread for lunch.. it's not the same, but hey..

it's functional..
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My kitchen ran out food today. Its stressful trying to piece together healthy meals with this that and the other, and have them turn out decent enough to want to actually eat them.

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hmmmmm.... had pasta before hitting the treadmill/elliptical trainer. I actually thought i would last longer than just an hour..
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Just a warning don't buy those dollar store strokely beans from dollarama!

I was kind of in a bind financially and I must of ate 3 can's that day don't never do that either!

But, the moral of the story is I got to pork. They put in the can of beans, It got stuck in my throat some how it was like my body was rejecting it.

I started choking on it instantly gagging and came down with food poisoning, I ended up vomiting it up and vomiting for the rest of the evening.

Watch out for the pork!

Now my body does that sometimes when I eat meat now. When I think about the animal. It related to thinking about how he was torture. Just makes my stomach turn and makes me want to vomit.

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hmmmmm.... had pasta before hitting the treadmill/elliptical trainer. I actually thought i would last longer than just an hour..
Does cardio + pasta make you wanna puke?

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*Random wild chocolate cake appear*

Me: Use Bite

*Super effective*

I exist.
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Does cardio + pasta make you wanna puke?
no.. i wait at least an hour after eating it before doing my workouts. great stuff.
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Craving cheese toasties soooo much. I think I'll make them for dinner tonight
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I can't wait to buy pine nuts and basil tomorrow to make PESTO PESTO PESTO PESTO

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organic blueberries...big, fat, fully ripe, frozen
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*Random wild chocolate cake appear*

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I'd use crunch! That'd be OVER 9000 effective.
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I really want cheese. On a toasted sandwich. And endless amounts of meat. And a milkshake. And chocolate.

uuuuuuuuuurgh eating healthy sucks.
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it's not the Reuben Sandwich that i crave.. it's the Sauerkraut!!!
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Cook, cook, cook...

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Yes healthy eating can indeed suck when expensive, time consuming to prepare, sometimes not as tasty, and only restricted to such as time rolls on, metabolism slows or health declines - whichever comes first. All you can eat buffets and such used to be great but start being health conscious they could be a nightmare to be in.
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Went to Costco yesterday... and bought the dark chocolate covered sea salt caramels for the people at work..

WTF was i thinking? i'm a diabetic, and decided to try one..

it was heavenly, decadent, sinful, immoral, delicious, and criminal..

I should have eaten something before trying it.. the sugar immediately gave me a depressed feeling.. kind of like liquor..

I won't do that again? but man.. that was an amazing piece of candy.
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Yes healthy eating can indeed suck when expensive, time consuming to prepare, sometimes not as tasty, and only restricted to such as time rolls on, metabolism slows or health declines - whichever comes first. All you can eat buffets and such used to be great but start being health conscious they could be a nightmare to be in.
Too many people sacrifice feeling like crap 24 hours after they eat, just so they can have a sugar fat grease rush for the 30 minutes that they spend eating processed fast food junk. I would rather sacrifice a slight amount of taste during those 30 minutes of eating my meal so I can feel great the rest of the day.

Mcdonalds, KFC, Taco Bell all have a side dish of regret that comes with eating such food.

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Oh man, I went to the church where they fed us pork, What am I a pig?,

I'm never eating pork again, I could of went to the drop-in and ate turkey dinner instead of that processed crap they probably got from the food bank or worst.

I eat to much, I shouldn't be accepting hand outs and just stick to plain brown rice and vegetables or some thing.

Because I felt clean before touching that crap.

I can tell it to, I seen it in everybody face that left that place bloated up.

At least feed people something healthy.

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