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Old 02-19-2007, 02:49 PM   #26
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I rather have fat-free pretzel sticks than greasy potato chips any day.

I prefer a lightly dressed salad with a little salad oil and lots of rice vinegar.

Well I do love biscuits and gravy, for the most part I pass on other gravies and sauces.

Skinless chicken, every time.

Low-fat turkey sausage; though I don't like the turkey bacon.

Water over any beverage.

Very lean beef; fat on steaks is cut off and fed to the dogs.
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Diet Coke.

I remember in my early NAAFA days being told that I really don't accept myself because I still drink it. [How pathetic and manipulative was that?!]
I don't like regular colas, though other regular sodas are fine.

What I hate is when I order a big splurge meal, and then a diet cola, because that is what I *want*, and people roll their eyes, or feel compelled to make some comment about the disparity between the drink and the meal.

So many more reactions to this than if I ordered a milkshake.

Ri-iiiiiight, I'm a food hypocrite, assuaging my meal guilt by convincing myself that the diet soda is my concession to "healthy," and it's your duty to tell me about it, in case I didn't notice. Barf.
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What I hate is when I order a big splurge meal, and then a diet cola, because that is what I *want*, and people roll their eyes, or feel compelled to make some comment about the disparity between the drink and the meal.
Yeah, but it's not legal to slap these people. How is that fair?
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I don't like regular colas, though other regular sodas are fine.

What I hate is when I order a big splurge meal, and then a diet cola, because that is what I *want*, and people roll their eyes, or feel compelled to make some comment about the disparity between the drink and the meal.

This is one of my pet peeves.
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I just tried these "south beach diet" cinnamon raisin granola bars that a friend had and WOW! they are unexpectedly delicious!
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Any cut-up raw vegetable, dipped in Italian dressing or balsamic vinaigrette = love.

I concur with Jess about the brewed iced tea. DELICIOUS.

I also love beet roots. :]

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I remember attending and organizing NAAFA events in the seventies in Connecticut. This thread about diet soda (or diet pop if you are from the Ohio chapter) being the tool of the devil - the weight reduction industry was absolutely prevelant. People from all over the East Coast believed in it. When we had parties it was taboo to have any diet anything. The size acceptance movement was so new.
There was also a widely held belief in something called the set-point theory of weight gain. It went something like this -
Every body has a set point, a weight that your body will gravitate towards. If you try to diet, it won't work, your body's metabolism will slow down and maintain that weight. If you increase your food intake, the metabolism will speed up and it still maintain the same weight. No one should feel guilty if they are fat - their bodies are intended to be that way.
Therefore every NAAFA party was a celebration of the food - since you should obviously enjoy yourself and free yourself from guilt. It was also many other things, social, sexual and political, but I am focusing on the food now.

Nowadays, I agree with freeing yourself from guilt. It may be the gift that keeps on giving, but it is in my opinion more harmful to ones psyche than the positive behavior change that it attempts to give.

But being upset with the Coca Cola Company for making diet coke is not good in my opinion. The product is helpful to those with high blood sugar. But if you don't like it don't drink it.

And I also think that the seventies theory is essentially flawed - calories taken in vs. calories used do have a bearing on body size.

Things have changed quite a bit lately. I guess my theory now is that you are what you are. See the beauty inside you and celebrate it. Don't feel guilty for what you are, find the joy in it. Someone will always see things your way.

This rambled a long way from diet soda.
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I love ruby red grapefruits. I love peeling them and opening the segments and eating the juicy bits. MMmmm..I want one!

I also love veggies and lots of fruit.

I like certain yogurts and cottage cheese (full fat versions).
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I love ruby red grapefruits. I love peeling them and opening the segments and eating the juicy bits.
Ohhh...I LOVE grapefruit. That's a perfect example of food that just got way stigmatized in dietland hehe. But I adore it. I love eating segments like that too, SVS...yum.
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Ohhh...I LOVE grapefruit. That's a perfect example of food that just got way stigmatized in dietland hehe. But I adore it. I love eating segments like that too, SVS...yum.
Liz & SVS... have you heard about baked grapefruit? ITS SO GOOD. It makes it less diet friendly, and is wonderful. It's really simple, top your grapefruit in brownsugar.. (maybe a little ginger and cinnamon, if you so desire) and toss it in the oven. The heat really depends, I leave it in at 300 until I can smell it in the house, and by then I am going to eat it, done or not, because I love it soooooooooo much.
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I'm on the diet pop parade float also. I love the stuff.

Raw veggies? Yes please!

Its interesting about the pressure folks got about diet pop back in the day. I'd have no clue about it besides reading an 80s anthology on fatness and several of the authors recounted their tales of activism in getting places they were speaking at to stop serving diet soda for a day. I couldn't relate. Very interesting stuff!
I think the diet soda thing is just symbolic. I personally have an issue with the latest diet sodas because of Splenda. Something just strikes me wrong about chlorinated sugars. (my degree is in organic chemistry and I used to work in the pharma industry in drug discovery) Halocarbons tend to be nasty carcinogenic things. This directly contrasts with something like Nutrasweet which is two amino acids and an amino acid-like tail so it's basically an artificial (non naturally occuring) combination of natural components. You could probably genetically engineer a plant to produce it.

That said of course I hate the taste of diet soda... but I don't much care for regular soda either or sweets for that matter. I do like Mexican sodas or special sodas for Passover because they use no evil HFC's.
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Liz & SVS... have you heard about baked grapefruit? ITS SO GOOD. It makes it less diet friendly, and is wonderful. It's really simple, top your grapefruit in brownsugar.. (maybe a little ginger and cinnamon, if you so desire) and toss it in the oven. The heat really depends, I leave it in at 300 until I can smell it in the house, and by then I am going to eat it, done or not, because I love it soooooooooo much.
wow....! I just might try that this weekend. If I do - I'll take pics!
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I hate to admit this, because I really appreciate beer in most of its forms. Some breweries make a kick ass light beer that I prefer over the full bodied beer. On a hot day, it washes down easy.

Cottage cheese, growing up getting used to it as my mother went from one diet to the next. I still like it a lot.

Pickled anything. Pickled cabbage, vegetables like celery, cucumbers, carrots, beets, cauliflower, onions, etc.
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That said of course I hate the taste of diet soda... but I don't much care for regular soda either or sweets for that matter. I do like Mexican sodas or special sodas for Passover because they use no evil HFC's.
I have to admit, I don't like the taste of diet sodas at all, either. And I love sweet Mexican pop like Jarritos or Sidral...yum.
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I am resurrecting this thread to declare my love of rye crisps! I have to have large staches of this stuff about:

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It's so the fud of diet-land, I guess, but I dunno, I love it. It's so yummy with just butter, even. Or wif cheese. Or tuna salad. Or dipped into chili or soup. Yum.

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oooh i love broccoli, cottage cheese, ryvita, tuna and bananas so much!

bananas if u put them in the freezer and then suck on them like a lolly ice its yummy!
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l love a good salad.

These are health foods I enjoy for the taste over regular versions.

I drink soymilk, enjoy organic granola bars, turkey bacon, fat free or low fat cheese, light sour cream (the full fat is just tooooo thick for me to like anymore) egg whites only, & 100% whole grain or whole wheat bread - to me it has more flavor than bleached white bread. Oh and veggie chips! The ones that are red, green & white, they're made of spinach, tomato, & potato puree's. They're salty & they taste sooo good! I also try to get decaf of anything that is regularly caff because it really doesn't have an effect on me.
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I concur with Jess about the brewed iced tea. DELICIOUS.

I also love beet roots. :]

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I love Stoneyfield Farm Nonfat Yogurt in Vanilla and Chocolate and I like my coffee and my tea sweetened with Nutrasweet. Otherwise, diet food blows.
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I love legumes, perhaps even more than meat.
Vegies! Nothing better than a salad of baby greens, roma tomatoes and thinly sliced red onion dressed with olive oil, balsamic vinegar, honey and lots of black pepper. Oh my, I'm hungry now. Stirfried, steamed, raw or baked vegetables may just be my favourite food group, ahead of sweets even.
I prefer brown rice and wholegrain breads. I've found a delicious pumpkin seed bread that I can eat until I turn into a pumpkin, although eating that many carbs will not put me in diet mode.
Unsweetned greek yoghurt. This is delicious, although somewhat high in fat (but the lady from 'french broads don't stack it' on prefers it). I like to puree frozen mangos or berries and mix them into my yoghurt with lsa or just plain sunflower seeds.
Muesli or porridge, heck anything with oats in it.
Tofu, but not in mutant forms, what is with tofu "meat"?
Out of habit I'll order a skim cappucino in the mornings. It's something I picked up when I'd get coffee for my boss and I in the mornings last year. It was so hard to have one skinny, one full fat and not get them mixed up (I don't function well in the morning) that I'd just go for two skinny.
I prefer pita or bagel chips to regular ones. The fat and carbs probably aren't any different but I know people who think of them as diet food. Very strange. Delicious, though, and much nicer with dips as the salt and oil don't overwhelm the dip experience.

I don't like specific diet foods, low fat anything makes me gag, but foods that dieters are advised to eat, the "healthy" ones are what I was raised on. I just prefer to pretty them up with plenty of fats, olive oil and butter being favourites. And cheese, let us not forget the damage a few slices of mozzarella drizzled with olive oil can do to a plate of tomato and basil. Diet, what diet?
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Cottage cheese, every once in a while I get a serious craving for it. I prefer large curd, but regular is just fine.
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Man, I have to say...to each his own (which is the point of this thread!) but I just can't get with the veggie chip phenom. LOL Yich. Give me potatoes or give me, um, well, nothing. But that's just me.

I had celery and a hot fudge sundae for dinner the other day...thought about this thread LOL. I love bein a grownup.
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There's not a lot of diet foods I really like but cottage cheese is really one of them. Especially on cream crackers with raspberry jam. Others tell me that's a weird combination but I just love it.
And I like low-fat yogurt ice-cream aswell, especially during the summer with a fresh fruit salad. But that's about it, I don't eat diet products or the like often. Ofcourse I do like (no LOVE) my veggies, but they're not diet but regular food if you ask me. I eat veggies every day. And I love all kinds of salad, especially the ones with a lot of toppings and dressing.
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Most every day I eat broccoli, brown rice, cubed tofu with my own spicy teriaki sauce. Double protein and no one will steal it out of the fridge since it's tofu lol.
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