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san j
Tuesday, March 7, 2006, 9:43pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Frankly, I already sort of have this at Whole Foods.  There's a salad bar where ANY blood type can pick out its beneficials.  I think there are about 40 different offerings on it.  PLUS there are the various HOT bars, with all the ingredients of each dish clearly labeled.

Much of the hot food is off-limits to me, but I sure do appreciate that I can pick up a baked yam, some grilled beef, roasted turkey, lima beans, cauliflower, beets, rice, broccoli, etc...I avoid the olives, the sesame-stuff, and anything with tofu, tamari, chicken or chickpeas or lentils, FOR INSTANCE, but other types can avoid THEIR avoids there.  It's a no-brainer, which I appreciate at the end of the day...


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Frankly, I already sort of have this at Whole Foods.  There's a salad bar where ANY blood type can pick out its beneficials.  I think there are about 40 different offerings on it.  PLUS there are the various HOT bars, with all the ingredients of each dish clearly labeled.

Much of the hot food is off-limits to me, but I sure do appreciate that I can pick up a baked yam, some grilled beef, roasted turkey, lima beans, cauliflower, beets, rice, broccoli, etc...I avoid the olives, the sesame-stuff, and anything with tofu, tamari, chicken or chickpeas or lentils, FOR INSTANCE, but other types can avoid THEIR avoids there.  It's a no-brainer, which I appreciate at the end of the day...

*green with envy*!

Have I ever mentioned that I wish there were a WF here in my city?  Your words express why:  CONVENIENCE + COMPLIANCE = HAPPY CAMPER



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Amen to that, although I do have a Whole Foods in a very close suburb.  Right now the ideal living location for me would be within walking distance of Whole Foods which would also put me closer to my favorite park.  I tend to buy more frozen veggies, since really fresh produce would require more frequent trips.  I tend to only have fresh fish on the weekend too, because I don't like to keep it very long in the frig.  Counting my blessing though that once a week shopping at Whole Foods is realistic for me.


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I tend to buy more frozen veggies, since really fresh produce would require more frequent trips.  ...  Counting my blessing though that once a week shopping at Whole Foods is realistic for me.



Cheryl -- The nearest natural-food markets are about an hour's drive from us.  We used to shop there about once a month, and of course we would buy frozen veggies.  But once I had been on the BTD for a few months, I began to find frozen broccoli and spinach a bit repulsive, so we've started going every couple of weeks, and find that fresh produce keeps amazingly well -- I suspect that this is particularly true of organic produce.

Fresh spinach that's been in the fridge for a week or so may no longer be at its absolute peak -- but it still has a lot more snap than anything from the freezer!


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I'm constantly amazed at the lengths people will go to in order to follow this diet.  That's a testimony in itself.


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I'm constantly amazed at the lengths people will go to in order to follow this diet.  That's a testimony in itself.





If you're talking about us driving an hour each way to the natural grocery, Cheryl, that's not a BTD thing.  We've been doing that since we moved here 12 years ago.

We do go more often than we used to, but if I'd had my druthers, we'd have been doing that all along, too.  It just took me a while to talk Hubby into it!


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Good for you, I didn't get into organic food until BTD.  I know people that drive 2-300 miles to get to a Whole Foods though.


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I apologize if I am repeating anyone's prior comments, but maybe a catering/mail order business might be more lucrative, since BTD followers are such a tiny minority. Maybe that would get the word out more, and be much more financially viable for you. Also, many people have noted how deceptive food advertising can be. South Beach Diet has their own ready made stuff...who says it can't be done in a more health food orientated venue?

Just some thoughts

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Quoted from JennLindsey
I apologize if I am repeating anyone's prior comments, but maybe a catering/mail order business might be more lucrative, since BTD followers are such a tiny minority. Maybe that would get the word out more, and be much more financially viable for you. Also, many people have noted how deceptive food advertising can be. South Beach Diet has their own ready made stuff...who says it can't be done in a more health food orientated venue?

Just some thoughts

Jenn


 I'd buy!!!!
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Please do let us know if you start a mail order Blood Type food delivery as it would be very helpful for my husband and I traveling as musicians on the road.

Thanks!
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