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Ribbit
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Mayflours, I know it's a black dot, but that means I'll eat it occasionally, not eat it every day which is what I've been doing on the Teacher diet.  Tomorrow when I go back to the farmer's market for all my produce I'll go ahead and get Warrior food and just eat the muenster up gradually.  I can't believe I put the weight back on so fast.


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OOOooky dokey..   Yes, my love of cheese is a problem also...
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Cheese.  I love cheese.  


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Well, I weighed myself and I haven't actually put any weight on, which means it must be redistributing or something.  It's just a pity it has to redistribute onto my waist.  Maybe it's water retention.


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Muenster cheese is a diamond for teachers - I tried it and didn't like it. She said it was the "real thing" - is there a milder type?

My book says its and Avoid for Warriors - is there a correction? I like to be current bc others types use my book too.
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No, I'm sure that's right.  The cheese hasn't change status, I've changed status.  I went back to the Warrior diet after trying the Teacher diet (muenster cheese and others).


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There is muenster and then there is muenster. If I were you I'd try another brand before giving up on it. I have found huge variations in taste in this particular variety. I've also found the same to be true for havarti. Sample a few different brands before you decide you don't like it.
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Quoted from Ribbit
Well, I weighed myself and I haven't actually put any weight on, which means it must be redistributing or something.  It's just a pity it has to redistribute onto my waist.  Maybe it's water retention.


As I detox, my waist expands and contracts...  Some days my slacks are tight and some days loose.       I just roll with it, knowing that someday it will settle down a bit...


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My book says its and Avoid for Warriors - is there a correction? I like to be current bc others types use my book too.


Oh, contrare, monster cheese is a black dot, not an avoid for Warriors.   I know my cheeses..lol.
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pls check again cause in my list it s a toxin for warriors....


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Oh, contrare, monster cheese is a black dot, not an avoid for Warriors.   I know my cheeses..lol.


MayFlowers,  Did you get a special printing?

I see Muenster cheese in the list - but I don't see a dot beside it in my book...   


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Yeah, it's her own edition.  It's called the Mayflower Compact.


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Ribbit made a funny!  

And historical to boot!


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