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Lola
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those might be jerusalem artichokes, perhaps?
http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/depictor5.pl?34


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They are not very common either here.
They can´t be grown in North Europe- they are not a real potato- completely different family.

The only reason why we get them here in Denmark( expensive) is the fact that a lot of Danes love american food.....
Do you have parsnips or other root veggies? - they can be used instead of potatoes.
My O is allowed a potatoe once in a while- since she is healthy....


         At home in Romania I have parsnips and root veggies. After school today I was going to market where peasants sell those kind of things and these are very cheap. 1kg of parsnips is about 50 eurocents... they are very poor because that`s what they do for living and our government want to organize them and they will not be able anymore to sell veggies or milk from their individual farm... according to standards of EU but I know that Greeks are in EU since 1981 and those people can live their lifes selling in markets...


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Quoted from lola
those might be jerusalem artichokes, perhaps?
http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/depictor5.pl?34


  maybe...

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Welcome podoleanu, it is a pleasure to meet you !!
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Quoted from podoleanu
according to standards of EU but I know that Greeks are in EU since 1981 and those people can live their lifes selling in markets.


Welcome to the BTD and forum and best wishes on this new journey.

Spain is also in EU and we have vegetables and fruit sold in markets but... there are growing demands (by interested parties EU driven) to have all vegetables and fruit pre-packed and labeled, like in supermarkets, by law. It is meant to be in the interest of hygiene. Obviously that would exclude the people selling in markets as they can not afford to have their products pre-packed. Sales of markets will decline as people will question: Why go to the market to buy pre-packed produce when you can get it at the supermarket and buy other things at the same time? Also, pre-packed ingredients are never as good as the hide the older products at the bottom of the tray.

It is still not law and there are groups fighting against it but... the money and the power is unfortunately in the other side, the one that want hygiene

I will certainly put my two cents so that the law does not come through.








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And put up a parking lot,
With a pink hotel, a boutique
And a swinging hot spot.
Don't it always seem to go,
That you don't know what you've got
Till it's gone—
They paved paradise
And put up a parking lot!

They took all the trees,
Put 'em in a tree museum;
And they charged the people
A dollar and a half just to see 'em.
Don't it always seem to go,
That you don't know what you've got
Till it's gone—
They paved paradise
And put up a parking lot!

Hey farmer, farmer,
Put away the DDT now;
Give me spots on my apples,
But leave me the birds and the bees—
Please!
Don't it always seem to go,
That you don't know what you've got
Till it's gone—
They paved paradise
And put up a parking lot!

Late last night,
I heard my screen door slam,
and a big yellow taxi
Took away my old man.
Don't it always seem to go,
That you don't know what you've got
Till it's gone—
They paved paradise
And put up a parking lot!

I said don't it always seem to go,
That you don't know what you've got
Till it's gone—
They paved paradise
And put up a parking lot!

They paved paradise
And put up a parking lot . . .

They paved paradise
And put up a parking lot.

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Quoted from ieatmeatnlikeit
Welcome to the forum! it just get's better around here.
iemnli

  Thanks!    cute nick-name  
     
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Podoleanuuuuuuuuu~!!!

Hello from NYC~!!  Welcome - I'm a newbie myself....and I, like you have a great workout regimen and was taking protein shakes - although I was taking whey protein....I would switch to rice protein - but the last two times I had rice bread it was like I was in accoma~!!  It felt like I was drugged up~!!  I'm trying eggs as a morning substitute...

Anyhoo, let me know how the rice protein works for you if you try it...

Oh and your English is better than most foreigners here - I know people who lived here in the states for 10+ yrs and YOU'RE BETTER THAN THEM HANDS DOWN~!!!!

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Podoleanuuuuuuuuu~!!!

Hello from NYC~!!  Welcome - I'm a newbie myself....and I, like you have a great workout regimen and was taking protein shakes - although I was taking whey protein....I would switch to rice protein - but the last two times I had rice bread it was like I was in accoma~!!  It felt like I was drugged up~!!  I'm trying eggs as a morning substitute...

Anyhoo, let me know how the rice protein works for you if you try it...

Oh and your English is better than most foreigners here - I know people who lived here in the states for 10+ yrs and YOU'RE BETTER THAN THEM HANDS DOWN~!!!!

^_^

   
   Thanks I hope just what I say to make sense for you...    You like bodybuilding? because I like it very much and i don`t understand something... how Arnold or others famous bodybuilders and athlets don`t eat right for them types...  
    I don`t have rice protein here... and no rice bread(only rice flour-but i`m very busy and I dont have the time to make my self the bread   )

   I was taking whey protein last year and I was having good results but after a pause of training I was a little "fluffy" if u know what I mean  
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"Fluffy."  lol  I think we all know what you mean.  Some people manage to figure out how to loosely follow the right diet even if they don't know about the BTD.  For example, some Os just naturally realize they want a lot of meat and don't feel good on grains.  Some As just figure out that they feel better eating a lot of soy and no meat.  So these people do really well.  From what I have read, a lot of Hollywood people experiment with a lot of types of diets and are unusually well-educated when it comes to healthy lifestyles (I'm sure having a lot of money helps).  I don't remember who it was, but I read several years ago about some famous actress who was unable to tolerate dairy and wheat.

Is Arnold an O?  Could be.  But also, think about this:  some body builders get help from little pills.


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Ah - GREAT point - I know what you mean about Arnold - but we don't know what's going on inside their bodies...or really how they feel..... also the american bodybuilders here.....i know they're unhealthy with all the water loss they continually aim for before contests....not to mention the steriods...the women look like ugly men to me  

so let's see how we feel after on ERTD for a while - apparently it's like a runner's high~!!

I'm sure you can get rice protein online, no?

Both my hubby and I was pretty lean and mean last yr - but we too got fluffy and mushie - usually happens in the winter for us - but no more~!!!   we  feel so good gettin back into things.....but he's not into ERTD

I look forward to hearing how things are going for youuuuuuuu -  

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"Milk is for babies, I drink beer"

- Aronld S.

I will miss my beer soooooo much - only during the warm months tho....there's still hope...maybe it'll change to a Benef.  tee hee

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"Milk is for babies, I drink beer"

- Aronld S.

I will miss my beer soooooo much - only during the warm months tho....there's still hope...maybe it'll change to a Benef.  tee hee

^_^


    In my btd book i read that beer and red wine is ok for me but not every day and not very much of those...
    I like beer as much as u like it I think( in weekends when I go out with my friends I drink one NA-beer and I feel good).
    I think most of O`s type likes beer- my grand father is an O my mother is an O...
    My father who`s an A dont like beer as much as me and my mother...
    the NA beer has as ingredients: water, malt and hop.
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Ah - GREAT point - I know what you mean about Arnold - but we don't know what's going on inside their bodies...or really how they feel..... also the american bodybuilders here.....i know they're unhealthy with all the water loss they continually aim for before contests....not to mention the steriods...the women look like ugly men to me  

so let's see how we feel after on ERTD for a while - apparently it's like a runner's high~!!

I'm sure you can get rice protein online, no?

Both my hubby and I was pretty lean and mean last yr - but we too got fluffy and mushie - usually happens in the winter for us - but no more~!!!   we  feel so good gettin back into things.....but he's not into ERTD

I look forward to hearing how things are going for youuuuuuuu -  

^_^


      I dont know if I can order rice protein on-line and how to do that because a lot of orders are not send to Romania because some Romanian people has caused lots of damages ordering on-line and than they have payed taking advantage the minuses of the banking sistem stealing others people`s money... I am sure you heard of that kind of things... and that is what it`s hapens in my country and because of this class of people we( onest people) have to suffer...

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"Fluffy."  lol  I think we all know what you mean.  Some people manage to figure out how to loosely follow the right diet even if they don't know about the BTD.  For example, some Os just naturally realize they want a lot of meat and don't feel good on grains.  Some As just figure out that they feel better eating a lot of soy and no meat.  So these people do really well.  From what I have read, a lot of Hollywood people experiment with a lot of types of diets and are unusually well-educated when it comes to healthy lifestyles (I'm sure having a lot of money helps).  I don't remember who it was, but I read several years ago about some famous actress who was unable to tolerate dairy and wheat.

Is Arnold an O?  Could be.  But also, think about this:  some body builders get help from little pills.


Most bodybuilders are O`s i have study that...  

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Yes~!!  I'm like Homer from the Simpsons cartoon (beeeeeeeeeeeeeeer - with drool running down his chin) lol

I'm so so sorry to say....the online Typebase lists beer as an Avoid for both sec and non O's...

I know, I know  
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Yes~!!  I'm like Homer from the Simpsons cartoon (beeeeeeeeeeeeeeer - with drool running down his chin) lol

I'm so so sorry to say....the online Typebase lists beer as an Avoid for both sec and non O's...

I know, I know  


May I have your yahoo messenger id? please...

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 My girlfriend is an A+ secretor what kind of foods can we eat together?
  And what kind of foods can I combine?
   red meat with turnip cabbage/tops
   root veggies with...
   i need more examples please    
  and other thing Lola you have a request on yahoo messenger from me  


 





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oh thanks for the heads up!
I ll be there shortly and push accept!
thanks!

oops, someone has messed with my yahoo messenger!
can t find it anymore...guess I ll have to re download......
can it just simply disappear from lack of use?
wow

would you resend the contact pls, I seem to have deleted it by mistake, thanks!


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write down the compliant grains in both your lists, then the veggies you have in common, and so on........
build menus around those common lists, to fit your status.
here s Suzanne s blogs, on an A, O household, with great ideas!
http://www.dadamo.com/bloggers/h/archives/


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Hi Podoleanu,

didn't get an IM from you....just makin sure you got my emails with my IM screen name

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podoleanu, wishing you a warm welcome to BTD and the forums!!    As you've already seen, there is much info here and alot of really great people.
Your English is great, please don't worry about that and never feel that we are 'wasting our time' helping you.    It's what we do here, help each other when needed.    There's even a Little Fishes forum where you can talk about anything your heart desires or even if you just need to vent (complain)  
I don't think it was ever really answered, but red and white potatoes are an avoid for O's. http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/depictor5.pl?324            
Sweet potatoes on the other hand are beneficial for secretors, neutral for nonnies (non-secretors) and really yummy - there is a thread on sweet potato fries. If I can find it , I'll hook ya up http://www.dadamo.com/cgi-bin/Blah/Blah.pl?,m=1176351962,s=12,b=btdlf1
By the way, here in the US, most of what are called yams are actually sweet potatoes, don't know how it is in Romania.
Glad to have you on board. It's so wonderful to talk to folks from other parts of the world!!  



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Hi Podoleanu,

didn't get an IM from you....just makin sure you got my emails with my IM screen name

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   my Yahoo messenger id is : podoleanu_bogdan
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oh thanks for the heads up!
I ll be there shortly and push accept!
thanks!

oops, someone has messed with my yahoo messenger!
can t find it anymore...guess I ll have to re download......
can it just simply disappear from lack of use?
wow

would you resend the contact pls, I seem to have deleted it by mistake, thanks!



    I resended my contact which is podoleanu_bogdan

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