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Comment from: karen b [Visitor]
I don't think it's pigging out if you ate carrots or any other veg or even fruit. I do have a friend who limits her watermelon to just a small chunk or two because she says it's too many calories. I always cut up a bunch and eat an entire bowl of it until I feel nicely full. It only lasts a few minutes but it's a great feeling. All for under 200 calories. I say you can't beat a "good" pig-out!
06/05/10 @ 13:46
Comment from: Gillian [Visitor]
No, that would definitely be rabbitting out.
06/05/10 @ 15:03
Comment from: Suzanne [Member] Email
Hee Hee. "I love rabbitting out!"

OK full disclosure. I was eating carrots and nut butter. And Ezekiel bread with ghee and low sugar jam. And trail mix. And chicken salad. I really did overeat.

But there were no harmful foods to tempt me, and it did not become a lifestyle.
06/06/10 @ 09:43
Comment from: vector design [Visitor] ·
I've tried many different apple pie recipes over the years and I must say that I was a bit skeptical about this one at first. I was surprised that when i first bit into it, that my taste buds went crazy. I was truly amazed on the results of this one. it's been added to my personal cook book. Thanks for sharing :)
06/29/10 @ 23:20

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