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Alia Vo
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Thank you for the web link.  

Walnuts are a powerhouse of nutrients.

Alia


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Thank you for the web link.  

Walnuts are a powerhouse of nutrients.

Alia



U're so very welcome ... after all we're all here to help one another !!!


Today, I had such a baaad crave but decided NOT to give
in ...ESPECIALLY; since I've been so compliant for a couple weeks now !!

Instead; I took a half cup of cottage cheese, sliced a banana,
added a tablespoon of honey and then a few walnuts on top of it !!!

I can't tell u how delicious it was and it's ONLY neutral/beneficials and NOT one avoid !!!!!



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Hi all,
I have more questions !!

Does anybody know if adding lecithin to my almond butter and walnut mixture
would be a good idea and/or if anybody's perhaps already tried it ??
TY  

Also; any more compliant snack and/or dessert ideas for when I get a baaad sweet crave ??

P.S.  If it includes walnuts it would be great !!  


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Adding lecithin would be fine.  One can add lecithin to any food, albeit it's usually not added to hot foods.

Fresh, dried, or poached fruit is always a nice dessert option.  Since you can have dairy, perhaps homemade yogurt, ice cream, or sorbet sweetened with fruit juice with seasonal cubed fruit, topped with a few nuts/seeds or raw carob/cocoa powder.

Fresh vegetable crudites/sticks are always a great snack item for myself.  You can add a compliant dip/nut butter to your vegetables if you want something to accompany them.  

Seaweed is a savory and somewhat salty snack idea.

Alia



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