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MyraBee
Saturday, December 29, 2007, 1:54pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Sorry, no parsley  


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It's getting more and more amazing.


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Well, yes it is.

Yesterday on another thread I was worrying about the loss of cherry juice--which really seems to help my aches and pains.  However, when I got up this morning, after a "nightcap" of grapefruit juice (a previous no-no!) I felt pretty darn good...and mobilated quite well!  



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Fantastic!
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I get tahini----ha ha haha!  



And I say cheese!



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Lloyd
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And I say cheese!



In this case, real cheese. None of that mozzarella nonesense. Give me parmesan! Give me romano! Give me pecorino!

BTW, parmesan and tahini work in quinoa, for anyone who wants to try.
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And kefalotyri! Has always been my favourite. Our version is from goat's milk instead of sheep's milk, but I never had a problem with it.


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Quoted from yaman
And kefalotyri! Has always been my favourite. Our version is from goat's milk instead of sheep's milk, but I never had a problem with it.


....but does it make up for the loss of rye?





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yaman
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Actually kefalotyri will be replacing rye. I'll slice a not so thin piece and smear it with ghee (as desired)  


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Dairy is always a good trade, methinks  


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ahem...pecorino & quinoa and loads of garlic & onions...weew yummy as well of course add some parsil & other greenies ..

ahem...I did see an article about ghee in the new/healthsletter of Mayo Clinic...oooo...ooooh
this article murdered all kinds of ghee, without knowing its benefits...I guess...it was only taken into negative sides...MD's can't understand em give up statements into things they not even know .......tsk...tsk..tsk....


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Quoted from Amazone I.
ahem...pecorino & quinoa and loads of garlic & onions...weew yummy as well of course add some parsil & other greenies ..


Alas, parsil is a black dot for hunters...and it's so pretty, too.  


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Dairy is always a good trade, methinks  


Me, too!  In fact, I'm going to bring some Havarti to Lloyd's Taco party next summer!    



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I don't know if it's just me or whatever but I can't eat as much at one sitting anymore. I've now been Huntering for more than a week (except some minor avoids that were in my cupboard). Anyone else?

Oh, picked up some Pecorino romano today on sale.  
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are you able to buy pecorino romano at the regular grocery store?
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In the larger supermarkets it is possible.....It's about $6.00/lb.

Lloyd, what was the price  of yours on sale?


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Quoted from Lloyd
I don't know if it's just me or whatever but I can't eat as much at one sitting anymore. I've now been Huntering for more than a week (except some minor avoids that were in my cupboard). Anyone else?



In all honesty, I've been overeating.    I'm so excited to have so many different food choices that I've gone a little overboard.  For instance I ate an entire bunch of mustard greens all by myself for dinner, along with beef curry and 2 mashed rheutabagas! (sp)

At the same time, I've also been pretty stressed about all of these new choices.  Plus--I'm still kinda wondering if I could be an Explorer.

Happy New Year Everybody!


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In the larger supermarkets it is possible.....It's about $6.00/lb.

Lloyd, what was the price  of yours on sale?


It was at a HFS, my local grocery that carries it is also muey expensive. At 6 bucks I picked up a wedge of about 14oz, should last me several weeks. I keep forgetting to use the stuff, still have almost all the parmesan I picked up the other day.    Worse, because I like it. Just keep wanting to save it for something special, I guess.    Have to get used to the idea that I can and should enjoy some from time to time.  

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Quoted from Lloyd
I don't know if it's just me or whatever but I can't eat as much at one sitting anymore. I've now been Huntering for more than a week (except some minor avoids that were in my cupboard). Anyone else?


I haven't been eating as much, but I think that is more from intentionally trying.  

That, and I still have lots of figs, prunes, spinach, carrots, and tomatoes.  I am finding it hard to make a salad now.   I guess I will have to finish those off before I go hard core "Hunting".


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I wonder how many of us have felt "drawn to" certain foods, which have now moved up the list on GTD.  Grape juice has always been my "crave" when I'm sick...and I have also craved grapefruit...although have not given into that---until now.

Anybody else--any GT--have a similiar experience?


More so the opposite way.  Mozzerlla bothers me and it was made an Avoid.  I hope to try the other cheeses though, I really miss cheese.  Peas and relatives have moved up, and I've been eating them, just trying to not go much over the limit on BTD.  Glad they've moved up.
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Quoted from MyraBee
Well, yes it is.

Yesterday on another thread I was worrying about the loss of cherry juice--which really seems to help my aches and pains.  However, when I got up this morning, after a "nightcap" of grapefruit juice (a previous no-no!) I felt pretty darn good...and mobilated quite well!  



So try this, juice some fresh grapefruit and blend in some fresh pineapple.  It's awesome for aches and pains.  I'm going to miss cherries also though.
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I haven't been eating as much, but I think that is more from intentionally trying.  


I'm not eating as much either.  This is because I have not become 100% sure that I'm a Nomad.  



Normal day, let me be aware of the treasure you are.
Let me not pass you by in quest
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Hey good people..I'm happy to be a hunter too!


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I'm a hunter, too.

Currently, I am also a hunter who has about 15 pounds to lose, before he looks like a proper hunter but, even then, I can't easily touch my middle finger to my thumb without a tiny bit of squeezing around my wrist.  

So, apparently, I'm a hunter who is a meso-endomorph.  *defeated sigh*
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I am happy to be a Hunter as well. Will miss my spinach though Had gotten so used to it.

But I get Manchego I live in Manchego land (especially when I visit my parents) so I will certainly enjoy it. Interesting how it never had any effects on me. Well, as long as I had it on its own and not on bread, with "parma" ham....

Certainly a Hunter personality and energy, assuming I eat and exercise compliantly !

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