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whitescorpion
Thursday, October 4, 2012, 11:29am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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BTW, regarding the subject of this thread:  we are just talking about food, are we?  


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I`m a sir to.  

Marc,
San J knows you are a sir...  She was pointing out to you that it helps to read the information she supplies - as she is female.


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Wild Pacific Salmon
Goat yogurt
Sweet Potato
Germinated almonds, Raw almond butter
Rice Cakes
Raw Celery
Blueberries

There actually are a lot more, but it would seem like I'm listing most of my Superfoods.  



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san j
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Quoted from Marc121


I`m a sir to.  

OK, ma'am.  
I'm a Nomadess, but I'll play.



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Marc,
San J knows you are a sir...  She was pointing out to you that it helps to read the information she supplies - as she is female.


Oh I see. haha. Thought for that moment that she was just being sarcastic but still
I assumed she was haha .


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OK, ma'am.  
I'm a Nomadess, but I'll play.



Ok but this time I dont get it why you said  your a "Nomadess, but I`ll play".




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It's getting narrower for me - I don't crave protein every day, so I think I couldn't eat salmon every day anymore.
I think it really boils down to:

Raw celery.
Raw lettuce.
Citrus.
Maybe parsley.

I would no longer include onion or garlic.
And while coffee is, for now, my daily morning beverage, I'm not attached to that, either.


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I could drink grapefruit juice with Harmonia Plus every day


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Anything that is prepared for me   Does this count?

Otherwise,

Good olde clear broth. Hot in winter, cold in summer.

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Oh, yes, and chocolate!  


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I eat sardines, rice cakes, ghee, and eggs everyday.
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funny no-one has said CHOC! I know we shouldnt eat too much of it but....
Salmon defo.
PB for sure, no hardship there.
Used to love honey and plain yog on salted popcorn before it was AVOID, darn it!

And cornflakes with peanuts, almonds, and a spoon of yog on top! Again, cornflakes avoid. Now can have puffed rice with same.
Love tofu but bod doesn't quite want it everyday.

Oh yes, my top favt I reckon might just be CURRY!!!!   Can't get enuf of the stuff, and as an A nonnie, I can have coconut so KORMA! (own recipe of course with yog, ground almonds, ghee maybe, a few sultanas yum!)
Oh and lentil poppadoms on the side!
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Fermented ginger carrots.  
And I don't even like regular raw carrots!




The sun, with all those planets around it and dependent on it, can still ripen a bunch of grapes as if it had nothing else in the universe to do.

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i actualy have three faves (in this order): sardens, chocolate, and mushrooms.
i actualy have to hold myself back on the sardens becuse i will eat my aloted selection of cans way before i get paid and can buy more.
i try to buy as many things on my eat list as possible and then rotate them so i eat something differnt every day/meal.
fruit is hardest for me becuse i rarely see any worth eating (fresh) around here and the greens are limeted to three for the most part (kale, spinach, and broccolli).


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I will choose some foods which I can actually feel have a pretty quick beneficial effect on my type O, 'hunter' genotype.... ...  fresh silverbeet (Aussie spinach),  ghee,  sea vegetables ie wakame,  salmon or other fish (for more energy and clarity of mind); grapefruit is low fructose (in sugar) and seems to help my liver;  fresh blueberries;  pure cranberry juice(imported from USA); tumeric for anti-inflammatory effect.   Oh, a little chocoate but home-made by me!!  raw cacao powder is used....not every day right now, I do like to be a bit disciplined!
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Quoted from aussielady582
I will choose some foods which I can actually feel have a pretty quick beneficial effect on my type O, 'hunter' genotype

Just a couple of minutes ago, I dug into a half-grapefruit with my bare hands. I pulled out one supreme (section) and ate it and felt great. I thought, "I really don't have to eat the rest of the fruit - the cleansing effect of that section was remarkable."

So I just read your post and looked up "grapefruit" in The Genotype Diet; this is a "Superfood" for all 6 genotypes.

'Tis the season to enjoy those grapefruits, friends.


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Today was a herring/brocolli slaw/Grey Pupon rollup in a rice tortilla. Some almonds and a tangerine on the side.
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Today was a herring/brocolli slaw/Grey Pupon rollup in a rice tortilla. Some almonds and a tangerine on the side.

And that's "something you'd be willing to eat every day"?



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My revision from the beginning of this thread is. . . butter!!!

However, not butter on steak every morning as I was back then. Now, I have my daily butter in home-made nutella. Butter and almond butter with cocoa powder and carob powder, sweetened with agave and a touch of honey. Absolutely delicious and I eat it everyday on rice cakes or sometimes straight off a spoon when I am being indulgent!!!!!


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When I lived in Europe we used to eat Nutella tartines, but not every day. I don't think I could go for that every day, or steak either.
Three cheers for Individuality!

For me there is less and less I want to eat on a daily basis.
I'm going through one of my phases of wishing I could take my meals through a vein; don't like eating or thinking about doing it. Still waiting for North American Pharmacal's "B Secretor Parental Feedbags".


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Isn't not wanting to eat the same thing every day inherent in the Nomad makeup San J? I generally want some dairy allmost everyday be it yogurt or cheese but the exact form rotates. Same with fruit, I have tangerines and pears in the house but I alternate them at random.
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Isn't not wanting to eat the same thing every day inherent in the Nomad makeup San J? I generally want some dairy allmost everyday be it yogurt or cheese but the exact form rotates. Same with fruit, I have tangerines and pears in the house but I alternate them at random.

Don't know.
I get wanting dairy every day, gcg. Just not "herring with broccoli slaw and Grey Poupon on a rice tortilla" every day, which is what you were suggesting is your own fancy. But, hey - to each his own!



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That made me crack up.  I was like, "Dude.  Herring?  Every day?"   


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