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Old 03-12-2007, 08:07 PM   #126
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Caramel Cream


Yeah, it kinda has that taste.. but it also tastes identical to Diet Shasta French Vanilla Cola. And I swear I can taste a hint of strawberry.
I'm kind of tempted... but I don't know. I was so let down by the other two.
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Old 03-13-2007, 07:04 AM   #127
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IC that I have had a dramatic change in what I eat in the last few weeks. My veggie and fruit intake have skyrocketed, and the vast majority of what I prepare at home is organic. Though not all of what I'm eating is organic, I guess my point was to decrease the amount of hormones and antibiotics I allow into my body.

Here's the thing, I've been way more energetic, and I KNOW this has helped in every area of my life. I know this is going to sound silly, but I mean it: Who knew that true nourishment of one's body through a variety of foods could make such a big difference?

(Hm... this seems a Foodee/Lounge crossover confession post, sorry! lol)
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Old 03-13-2007, 09:31 AM   #128
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IC that I have had a dramatic change in what I eat in the last few weeks. My veggie and fruit intake have skyrocketed, and the vast majority of what I prepare at home is organic. Though not all of what I'm eating is organic, I guess my point was to decrease the amount of hormones and antibiotics I allow into my body.

Here's the thing, I've been way more energetic, and I KNOW this has helped in every area of my life. I know this is going to sound silly, but I mean it: Who knew that true nourishment of one's body through a variety of foods could make such a big difference?

(Hm... this seems a Foodee/Lounge crossover confession post, sorry! lol)
That's actually really good to know. Maybe we should do a "whole or organic foods" challenge and post our results.

Did you do this because of food cravings (i.e. for fruits and veggies) or was it a conscious decision to change what you were eating?
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Old 03-13-2007, 07:43 PM   #129
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That's actually really good to know. Maybe we should do a "whole or organic foods" challenge and post our results.

Did you do this because of food cravings (i.e. for fruits and veggies) or was it a conscious decision to change what you were eating?
I gotta tell you, it was a little of both. I was craving fresh foods, and home-cooked foods. This, combined with having been sick with *severe* colds/viruses three times since December, and a list of documentaries that I've recently watched discussing some food topics and corporation topics made me want to be intelligent about the choices I was making.
I had a real need to nourish my body, because I was feeling pretty awful and lethargic, and that's really not who I am, or who I am willing to be. After the third cold I kind of snapped, and decided that my body must be trying to tell me it wasn't getting what it needed.

The difference is like night and day, and while I realize the increase in daylight helps, it simply cannot be responsible for all of my newfound energy, and the various other benefits I'm having - better sleep, more mental clarity (admittedly, an ABSOLUTE MUST for my line of work), fewer aches... it's incredible. I'd be SO on board for a whole or organic foods challenge, that would be loads of fun! I'd spend the whole month just trying to figure out what to make though! lol I'm still learning what a lot of these foods are, and what to do with them... if anyone had told me a month ago that I would be eating broccoli sprouts on purpose, I'd have fallen over laughing.
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Old 03-14-2007, 01:59 AM   #130
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You know OoH, I started taking a multi and some Caltrate-D just recently (yeah I'm an idiot who should have been taking them a long time ago), and I've noticed that I'm sleeping a lot better too. Very interesting.

I love this time of year foodwise. I have strawberries and asparagus in my fridge! And broccoli, plums, grapes and vine tomatoes. Life is good.
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Old 03-14-2007, 06:25 AM   #131
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You know OoH, I started taking a multi and some Caltrate-D just recently (yeah I'm an idiot who should have been taking them a long time ago), and I've noticed that I'm sleeping a lot better too. Very interesting.

I love this time of year foodwise. I have strawberries and asparagus in my fridge! And broccoli, plums, grapes and vine tomatoes. Life is good.
I just started taking a multivitamin about two weeks ago. I too am an idiot who should have been taking them a long time ago! Whatteryagonnado? I am really curious about the nutrition/sleep connection. I know it might be elementary for a lot of people (or most people), but I want to understand what processes that nutrition influences that also have an effect on sleep.
/Bill Nye The Science Guy moment.
Sooo... I'm off to look for some strawberries, now that you've reminded me!
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Old 03-14-2007, 12:48 PM   #132
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I confess for the past two weekends, I have been visiting every single major grocery store in town to find a particular brand of ice cream. I kept seeing billboards for Blue Bell Ice Cream. One of the reasons I miss Memphis so much is because you couldn't get Blue Bell here. I love ice cream, and for me, that is the pinnacle. Suddenly the other day, I started seeing the billboards and got really excited. I went to the website and saw that we should be covered now, but I missed the start date...March 12, so I have been draggin my butt every single place and calling any ones I thought might have it in the outlying areas to no avail.

Until night before last! Yay...woohoo...joy! Kroger finally started stocking it. I am so giddy that I squealed in the store. (I don't advise doing that as it causes one's shopping partner to look very embarrassed). I have had two nights of blissful vanilla with some strawberries or peaches. Is it wrong to be so fanatical that you stalk the ice cream man?
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Old 03-14-2007, 03:33 PM   #133
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... Is it wrong to be so fanatical that you stalk the ice cream man?
It would be wrong if you weren't sharing it all with us!
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Old 03-16-2007, 02:23 PM   #134
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Morrocan clemetines aren't nearly as sweet and juicy as their Spanish counterparts. Unfortunately, the Spanish ones are out of season. Boo hoo
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Old 03-16-2007, 02:48 PM   #135
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IC that even though I agreed to cut out having expensive meals out since we just bought a house I am plotting on how I can do just that, with John thinking it was his idea. Nothing yet.
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Is that the reason??? I had the most AMAZING clementines last year and this year I keep buying freaking crates of them but they are never ever as good!!
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That's actually really good to know. Maybe we should do a "whole or organic foods" challenge and post our results.

Did you do this because of food cravings (i.e. for fruits and veggies) or was it a conscious decision to change what you were eating?
I would like to do this challenge actually.

Even though I eat pretty much healthy, when I went to the workshop with my co workers..and we only ate whole foods...I could not believe how full I was, and the energy I had. The next day I went back to my eating habits and felt blah...So today even though I had my oero cookies *smirk* I am now making a menu for myself starting Monday. It's not a diet, I'm just going to do the full change over.

Breakfast
Smoothie (fresh or frozen fruit), smoothie infusion added as well.

Snack
Multigrain toasted english muffin with grapefruit

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Some kind of wrap, lots of sprouts and veggies, probably tuna or chicken/turkey

Snack
Smoothie (same as breakfast) I will most likely stick to blueberries and bananas mixed with the smoothie infusion.

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Lean meat, whole wheat pasta/rice, veggies

Snack
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Graze on pumpkin, sunflower and hemp seeds through out the day. Max 1 cup of mixed seeds. Even put them in my wrap.

I will do this for two weeks - no cheating lol
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Wow, Brandi! I'm very impressed! I wish I could do that. I need more time to prepare (in other words, eat tons of crap as tho' each meal was my last.)
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Wow, Brandi! I'm very impressed! I wish I could do that. I need more time to prepare (in other words, eat tons of crap as tho' each meal was my last.)
I need all the energy though, I work an 80 hour week with 2 full time jobs...plus a 2 year old I cook for lol and the difference I felt the two days at the workshop was amazing
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IC that even though I agreed to cut out having expensive meals out since we just bought a house I am plotting on how I can do just that, with John thinking it was his idea. Nothing yet.
Hahahahah... I have been trying to do that all week. I did get him to agree to Indian for lunch though.
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Heh. Broccoli (in any form) will do that to you.
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It's not wrong at all when we're talking Blue Bell. I've got a half gallon of Homemade Vanilla in my freezer now. There are some great ice cream brands out there, but few can compare to Blue Bell. I love all of the "homemade" varieties--vanilla, chocolate, vanilla with peaches, etc.--but my favorite flavor is pistachio almond.
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It's not wrong at all when we're talking Blue Bell. I've got a half gallon of Homemade Vanilla in my freezer now. There are some great ice cream brands out there, but few can compare to Blue Bell. I love all of the "homemade" varieties--vanilla, chocolate, vanilla with peaches, etc.--but my favorite flavor is pistachio almond.
OoOoO.. I have never had Pistachio Almond, but I think that might be a favorite of mine too. Lucky girl to live in Blue Bell Land.
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OoOoO.. I have never had Pistachio Almond, but I think that might be a favorite of mine too. Lucky girl to live in Blue Bell Land.
Blue Bell is ok..but I prefer Braums
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Heh. Broccoli (in any form) will do that to you.
Ah ha ha ha ha!
That was good. Hee hee.
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No. Not yet. I'm been tempted to break into MickeyD's and steal all their hot mustard! Bwahahahahahahahaha!
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No. Not yet. I'm been tempted to break into MickeyD's and steal all their hot mustard! Bwahahahahahahahaha!
I wonder if they'd sell a case to me..lol I love it.
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I love McDonald's hot mustard.
Are we talking the honey mustard they offer with chicken nuggets? I love the stuff. It's even worth eating the Nuggets.
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