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 An ALL-DAY A V O I D-F E S T !!
Who let the dogs out? (20 votes)
24.69%
Leaving now, I can't have posts like this in my consciousness. (16 votes)
19.75%
This took me five minutes, it's what I eat every day... (13 votes)
16.05%
This is impossible (11 votes)
13.58%
This took me hours, and it was fun! (10 votes)
12.35%
This took me hours, but I did it (7 votes)
8.64%
Won't post a menu, but I'm looking forward to the nitpicking part. (4 votes)
4.94%
81 Votes Total Last vote Wednesday, December 19, 2012, 4:47pm by 25049
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heidi
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How many times do you say to yourself, "Self!  Sure is hard to avoid all these avoids!"  

Until someday, somewhere, someone asks you to come up with just one day of meals made up ONLY of avoids.

OK, let's separate the men from the boys here.  Can you put together one full day of avoid-only meals?  It's just ONE DAY!  Sure you can!!

Expense is no object.  Go ahead and dream it up outside the budget.  


but... No Cheating!!  

Rules!

Full day!   Meals and snacks, preferably SIX OR MORE in total --  all with some kind of beverage.  You're four-foot-nothing and 80 pounds in wet snow?  FINE, then you eat smaller portions.  SHEESH.

Be realistic!   It must be fairly reasonable in terms of what you could conceivably eat all or a significant portion of during one full 24-hour day.   No More, No Less, Have I Made Myself Clear??   Make those meals and snacks Meaningful.  Leeway is given here, but you may be called to account so be prepared.

Supply details!  List the ingredients of combination items.  OK, you can skip "water" and "salt."  but don't push it.  Don't make me ask you what's in it.  If we find you're hiding neutrals all over the place (or God forbid, Beneficials), YER OUTTA HERE!!  

No repetition!  Sure, we could all say Whole Wheat Crackers with Bacon and Blue Cheese All Day Long.  THAT DON'T CUT IT, MISTER.   Get a grip!   If you can't do this off the top of your head, well CONSULT THE FOOD LISTS, THAT'S WHAT THEY'RE THERE FOR!    

No "Me Too's" !!!   "I'd do what she did" or "I like his" is NOT AN ANSWER!  Gack!!  You either post to Criticize the Awful Job someone else did, OR, you STEP UP and Post Your Own, MAGGOT!!   NO EXCEPTIONS!!!

Did I mention that Nitpicking is permitted? in fact, encouraged?    WELL IT'S REQUIRED!  WAKE UP AND SMELL THE AVOIDS PEOPLE!!   GET ON THE KEYBOARD AND POST THAT MENU!!  You see a Neutral or worse in somebody else's, YOU SING OUT!!  Good.  Just wanted to make sure you heard me.  

No, you don't have to Eat them, you have to POST THE MENU.   {{glares and shakes head}}

need an example to work from? THAT'S WHAT I'M HERE FOR!  See the next post.  


OH --  and you sorry little type A / AB / MM / A2 / Nonsecretor / sensitive types / whatevertheheck's up with you people/  yeah, I SEE YOU READING THIS THREAD.  YOU ARE NOT EXEMPTED.  I HAVE MY EYE ON YOU!!   Let's see YOUR VOTE and YOUR POSTS HERE, NOW!!

All RIGHT.  FALL IN, LEFT FACE,  MOVE!  MOVE!!  MOVE!!!  


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breakfast:  poppyseed bagel with smoked salmon cream cheese; slice of honeydew; vanilla-flavored coffee with half & half

snack:  blue corn muffin; orange/strawberry juice blend

lunch:  stir-fried tempeh with alfalfa sprouts & soy sauce on a bed of couscous; cubed cantaloupe; Pilsner Urquell (beer, sort of)

snack:  plantain chips (fried in soybean oil, iodized salt), diet Coke

dinner:  Tio Pepe (tico) sherry; steamed mussels; pork shoulder stewed in cider vinegar with shiitake mushrooms; sides of Brussels sprouts and sauerkraut; bottle of '76 Meursault (white wine); rhubarb pie; eiswein (German dessert wine); espresso; glass of Armagnac (like cognac only not)

snack:  cheese plate (aged Irish farmhouse blue, pepper-crusted goat cheese, smoked Gouda, ripe Camembert, sliced winesap apples);  Springbok 10yrold (single-malt Scotch)


in the words of Wolfgang Puck:  "Loook!  See how Easssy???"      

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heidi
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OK UP THERE,  I SAW you voting without posting your menu.

Don't try my patience!!!  

Let's see the menu!!   FORM UP!  POST OUT!!  
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Are you trying to trick me with aversion therapy, because it won't work.  I'll be back.


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Vicki: CANTALOUPE IS TIER 1 AVOID FOR ALL TYPE Os.   That's what Live Right says.  If TYPEbase has it wrong, write to the Big Guy.  

Nice try.  

{{{{{DONG}}}}}}  

you have one more chance to post your menu.


Cheryl, psychobabble ain't makin it.  "TRICK YOU???"  I'm surprised at you.  

{{{{{DONG}}}}}}

WHERE'S THAT MENU, YOU THINK WE GOT LIFE ETERNAL HERE???

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taswolf  -  Tuesday, November 2, 2004, 1:53pm
... and then they'll modify the text out of their post, so ya look like a Bleedin Eejit... but happily I'm used to that!!  ;D
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A nonsecretors -- watch out, they'll get you so riled you won't be able to spell Cantaloupe
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No problem...
Breakfast Hashbrowns smothered in melted cheddar and soft fresh corn tortillas.  Big mug of coffee.
Snack Smoked trout on rye toasts with various ripened cheeses.
Lunch  A sandwich, on fluffyand cruchy baguette with slices of avocado and hummus.  Spicy balck beans on the side. Diet coke.
Dinner  Chicken in Thai coconut milk sauce with tofu chunks, with soba noodles.
Treat Peanut Butter bars
We can make more...
And some of these only apply to Nons.  I know.  Notice how I didn't include tomatoes or artichokes?
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Well done!  

HOWEVER, I DON'T SEE YOUR VOTE UP THERE, TYPE B SMARTY-SMARTY PANTS!!!  


Poll questions didn't fit?    Ever heard of a write-in?   We even let TYPE B's write-in.  Heck, they're the REASON we have write-ins.  

If the poll questions don't cover your situation, LET'S HEAR IT!!


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Ee Dan
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Gender: Female
Location: Fort Worth, Texas
Age: 60
Breakfast
Nice tall glass of orange beverage, preferably from frozen concentrate, no more than 30% fruit juice, I prefer high fructose cornsyrup
Owens Country sausage drizzled with Karo corn syrup
2 slices of whole wheat toast
2 tablespoons blackberry jam
Hot black tea

Snack
Café au lait
1 beignet, hold the powdered sugar (thought you had me huh), but heavy sprinkling of nutmeg

Lunch
Eckrich pork sausage link
Navy beans
Mustard greens
4 or 5 corn tortillas
44 oz. diet coke

Snack
Cheetos (the orange kind, it’s just not the same experience with those pale looking natural things)
Peanut butter for dipping
8 oz. skim milk

Dinner
Smoked salmon with cream cheese on poppy seed bagel, lots of capers please
Steamed brussels sprouts
Large baked potato, dry, I’m watching my weight
Vodka with 7-up

Bedtime Snack
Half honeydew melon
Fat free orange yogurt sweetened with aspartame
Just a sip of brandy

3 am snack
Handful of cashews or 2
2 oz. cheddar cheese
Big glass of ice cold water
A couple of prilosec, I don’t feel good, hope I can get back to sleep

I think I've been brainwashed, I almost forgot the cheese, cheetos don't count.  No wonder I woke up at 3 am.  I may need an intervention.


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There was no option for "It took me 5 minutes; but I don't eat any of these things usually, except it was just Halloween and I might have had 2 tiny size snickers bars."
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Hi Heidi,
I become sick in reading all such junk-food- are you really sure that you ate such things for a while??Aa-haaaaaaaaa thats why Mc.D. is so loved by americans?Even here it is the same-for
me-never-ever- had once only a little look (güxl-güxl) and went away (was ashamed to get sick
only by vieving onto..........beurx-beurx...................
but I must be honest, my fault was in eating half raw-steaks and wondered after why getting sooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo quick at the waters...........................
hi-hi-hi
today I feel really great and ever will stay with my BTD for A2B's!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Best wishes yours amicalement ISA-MANUELA
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GT1; MN
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Lemme see what I can do. OK time machine set for 1990 AD. Here we go. No seat belts please

Breakfast:

Famous Turkish bureki (thin layers of pastry kneaded with margarine) rolled and filled with cottage cheese. Accompanied by yoghurt drink (yoghurt, salt and water, called ayran).

Snack: Coffee, cookies topped with black olives

Lunch: Lentil soup, Spaghetti with button mushroom sauce, baklava with pistacchios

Snack: Toasted bread with kashkaval (balkan) cheese, black tea

Dinner: Smoked trout, grilled quails with french fries, good old Turkish Raki (anise drink distilled from grape alcohol), tatziki (yoghurt with fresh chopped cucumbers)

bedtime snack: brandy followed by antiacid.

Can I vote now?

Heidi, blame is on you if can't sleep tonight
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omg, this is the easiest request EVER!  Puh-leeez, I can do this without even breaking a sweat.  Okay, here goes (and this is all off the top of my fuzzy little, incredibly busy, on-the-fly head...kid's stuff...)

Wait, I gotta add:  I'm only doing three meals here.  I mean, I only eat 2 to 3 times per day...of course, that is when I'm BTDing.  If I were eating all avoids, I would be stuffing my face continually because I would be in the grip of non-stop cravings, so I guess I'll have to make allowances for that and add snacks.  Okay, here goes nuttin:

CAR 54's EXCELLENT OFF-TYPE ADVENTURE
(thank God it is only virtual, because the real thing is nowhere near as fun as it sounds, trust me):

BREAKFAST:  Ruffles potato chips and sour cream clam dip (hey, you didn't say it had to be a so-called HEALTHY off-type day, just an off-type day).

BEVERAGE, ABOUT AN HOUR LATER:  Coca-Cola

MID-MORNING SNACK:  Breyer's Mint Chip Ice Cream

LUNCH:  Deep-fried soft-shell Maryland Blue Crab submarine sandwich

BEVERAGE:  Mountain Dew

AFTERNOON REPAST:  Cheetos

DINNER:  Cheese enchiladas, deep-friend chimichangas, fresh strawberries--no, wait, too healthy.  Scratch the strawberries.  But what to balance out the cheese chiladas and chimichangas with...Oh!  Okay, what about some of the "Snowballs" dessert pastry thingys?  Yeah, throw those in.

AFTER DINNER DRINK:  TONIC WATER (may I have LIME in there, even though lime is compliant?  If not, throw in some store-bought lemon juice with extra SULFITES!)

Time for bed...gee, I'm not tired at all!!!!!!  Is there an all night DANCE PARTY somewhere?  Or, how about a Burger King?  I'm suddenly STARVING!





"If you are on one of Dr. D's diets and it isn't joyful, you aren't doing it right." - moi

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P.S.  Aaaand, she sneaks downstairs for a...

MIDNIGHT SNACK:  Bagel with nova lox and cream cheese!


"If you are on one of Dr. D's diets and it isn't joyful, you aren't doing it right." - moi

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P.P.S.  The judges may run into an issue with my lunch, as there might be lettuce and tomato on the sub!  But I'd be willing to remove those.


"If you are on one of Dr. D's diets and it isn't joyful, you aren't doing it right." - moi

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Isa, was that a vote?   or was it a menu?

Nope, didn't think so.

{{{{{DONG}}}}}

You have one more chance to post your ALL-DAY ALL-AVOID MENU.

Non-English-language posts are welcomed.   As long as they are ALL IN ONE LANGUAGE.  Which language, we don't mind, any one will do.  

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CAR!!!  LETTUCE AND TOMATO???   WHY DO YOU THINK GOD GAVE US A 'MODIFY' BUTTON????    

you're lucky I'm in a good mood or I'd have you do it all over again with entirely different ingredients.   AND WHERE'S THE VOTES, PEOPLE????

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Vicki, I live in the European-est city in the world:  New York.  When I say CANTALOUPE (or canteloupe because you've frazzled me), I MEAN CANTALOUPE (or canteloupe, since even you can't decide on the spelling which means I'm safe there for about 30 seconds).  

NEW RULE (gotta problem wid dis? thank Vicki!!) :   Nitpicking is allowed ONLY BY THOSE WHO HAVE POSTED A MENU!!    

[[ Changed my mind again.  Cheryl & I can't possibly handle all the nits that need picking here, all by ourselves.  Vicki, Please Come Back!!  ]]

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ALIA VO.....  WHERE ARE THE AVOIDS IN YOUR MENU????   read, Read, READ!!    BACK TO BOOT CAMP FOR YOU!!!

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jj, your write in is duly noted.  PICK A POLL OPTION ANYWAY!!   how many mini-Snickers bars you ate today is irrelevant.  .   we have only a maximum of seven there, and I can't figure out how to replace one with yours, so life is once again limiting our options.  If you post an additional menu (as you implied would be easily done) I'll look into changing the world for you!  

[[Total failure.  Can't touch the poll once it's posted.  However!  Big News for Other Type Bs Who Have Not Yet Voted:   You Can Choose More Than One Poll Option! ]]

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Yaman is pulling that funky Turkish thing on us again.   Vicki, maybe the powerful searchlight of your BTD-neurocells could focus on what the heck he's posted.   Some of those things might be NEUTRAL for him!!    In the meantime, looks... uh... great!!    

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Cheryl, you have exceeded the requirements (as usual) and performed in exemplary fashion (what a surprise... not).  SATISFACTORY!!    




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P.P.P. et al. S.

Whoa, wait a minute!  I didn't notice that the original instructions specified that expense is no object!  Add in a post-midnight snack of Maine Lobster Tails in drawn butter...but since butter is a neutral, just throw some transfat-laden margarine on there and we'll call it a day.


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Breakfast:    An 8  inch long bagette of bread sliced open with a small serving of spahetti and tomato sauce cooked together placed inside.  Bought while you are waiting for the bus that will take you 3 hours away to the big city of Abidjan.  You also have a cup of coffee made with instant coffee crystals, with lots of white sugar added along with about a 1/4 of a can of sweetened condensed milk served in a bowl rather than a cup.  You give the bowl back and then someone washes it in cold water (maybe with some soap) before the next person uses it.  

Mid moring snack:   A cornbead muffin bought from one of several vendors who have swarmed upon the stopped bus while you are waiting (one of several times) for all passports or identity cards to be checked for EVERYONE on the bus.  Even the "wealthy" white missionaries !!

Lunch:    A bowl of Acheke ( similar to coususe but fermented)  along with a corn meal coated piece of pork fried in corn oil placed on top and then a dolop of oil drizzled over the acheke .  Done?  Wash it down with a small bag of water you have no idea what tap it came out of.  Wash your hands when you have finished eating the food with your fingers.  

You are used to taking a siesta everyday so you go find someplace to park yourself and take a nap.    

Afternoon snack:  A small bag of peantuts you bought from a vendor for pennies.  The vendor roasted them in hot sand and then blew the small paper like husks off them before she put them into the small bag she blew open.   Maybe an orange with the outer skin expertly peeled off it and a small hole cut out of the top so you can easlily squeeze the juice out of it before you throw the remains into the gutter as you walk down the street.  If you have extra money you may buy an frozen yougurt serverd on a stick or a coke that comes in a bottle instead of a can. You drink the coke on the spot so you can leave the bottle with the vendor.  

Supper:      Some rat (called Tabadoo) cooked in "palm butter" made from palm nuts.  Served over another serving of Acheke.  You splurged on the Acheke cause you eat rice almost every meal at home.  For dessert you buy a coconut, have the vendor chop the top off with his machete and then you drink the milk from after which  you much on the soft meat inside.   Another bag of water to wash it all down.  You never drink with your meal.    

 Bed time snack:  Another one of those coffees or several nice tiny cups of black "gun shot" tea with lots of sugar added  so it almost looks like syrup.  

  You have found a relative in Abidjan to stay the night.   Your day in Abidjan has gone well.  You were able to buy that bail of used clothes sent over from Europe or the US.  You are going to travel to all sorts of little towns to sell these used clothes to the local village people. You are excited cause you got a bail of coats.  They will sell well as some nights it gets pretty cold.  You remember the last time you had a bundle of coats to sell.  That white missionary came up and bought that heavy down filled coat from you for her son who was about to graduate from high school.   She paid the price you wanted but not without getting you to come down a little.  Her son woud need it for the cold winters he would be having in Colorado and Wisconsin.             You would have traveled home tonight but there is a curfew in place because of the civil war going on.  Night travel is dangerous but used to be an option when there is no curfew.  Busses travled at all  hours of the night.   Once when you traveled at night you had 3 pairs of pants on and you secured you money in several secret places in your clothing.  

                Have fun with this one Heidi
 I know I went a little over in my menu but it made more sense to add the extra tidbits of the culture.  Yes I did say tomoato paste/sauce so I missed having ALL avoids by one.    


Beouemom sounds like bay way mom and I think Colorado is a great place to live.  
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That was meant for Car 54.


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I think I've gained a few pounds just by pondering the conceptual wonders in this thread.  I'm outta here and back to blissful compliance!  Oh YEAH, babe!  Nothing tastes as good as health feels.


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That was meant for Car 54.


Wuh?  

Wuh'd I do?

Side bar!  Side bar!  Permission to approach the bench!

1.  What are you talking about? and
2.  Is it the lettuce and tomato, because I was SAYING that I'd take it out, and
3.  If it doesn't fit, you must aquit!

The defense rests.


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OK. I am going to give this a try.

Breakfast - Grapenuts with whole milk and a glass of orange juice

Lunch- Big mac with french fries and a diet coke

Supper- T bone steak, baked potato with bacon bits and sour cream, fresh sliced tomatoes with freshly ground black pepper, frosty mug of amber beer

Bedtime snack - big bowl of rum raisen ice cream

The sad thing is, this was probably a typical day not so long ago
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OK, change the world:
Day 2
Breakfast:  Kix with soy milk.  Iced coffee
Snack:  short crackers with olivata
Lunch:  Cous Cous with roasted duck
Dinner:  Pillowy ravioli in gorgonzola sauce, the touch of cinnamon gives the sauce nice complexity
Treat:  Italian style candy with pine nuts and cashews in crunchy sugary brittle


(and I didn't resort to any fast food or vending machine options)
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