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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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Whimsical
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OK - initially I voted that I would just nitpick because I couldn't think of a whole day of meals without my beloved beef...  But somehow all the old memories came flooding back, so here goes:

Breakfast: 2 Belgian waffles with margarine and maple syrup, 10 strips of bacon, 1 glass of chocolate milk

Snack: 1 Lindt Milk Chocolate bar (large)

Lunch: 4 slices of pepperoni and bacon pizza, 1 can of Dr. Pepper

Snack: 1 Large bag of Ruffles Cheddar and Sour Cream potato chips, 4 Mrs. Field's milk chocolate chip cookies

Dinner: 4 slices of fresh-baked bread with margarine, 5 mozzarella/chedar and ham quesadillas, 1 large plate of McDonald's french fries, 1 vanilla milkshake

Dessert: 3 scoops of Breyer's Mint Chocolate Chip ice cream with chocolate sauce AND 1 slice of Oreo cheesecake

As you can see, I would have a wheat, potato, and dairy extravaganza...  I think this is too easy for O-nonnies...

Thanks Heidi for this great idea - it made me realize how much my thinking has changed from a few years ago.  And how much I appreciate my beneficials - I wouldn't want to go a whole day without them!


MIFHI E-185
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picozoz
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sure, no problem. I did it on vacation at the beach (Car 54 take notice).

Breakfast - 2 Krispy kreme donuts and a cup of coffee(I have pictures to prove this.) at the Russian Diva cafe.

Snack - newman O's(healthy, right?) and Bit O' Honeys swedish fish, short bread

Snack - Barbara's Cheese puffs(got them aat the HFS) and water on the beach

layed around all day in the sun which is totally an avoid(need more sugar!!)

Lunch - bean and cheese burritoes, avocado and cheese quesadillas and a donut

snack - Krispy kreme donut(how can they be in financial difficulties) and corn chips

Dinner - white wine,blue cheese plate,  cheese ravioli(no sauce), gnocchis in quail sauce ,calamari,  bread and more bread - wait am I out for the butter?
Cappacino and Creme brule(my favorite)

Snack - ice cream on the board walk - chai and another donut. Crash at 2am after a Six Feet Under marathon.

Sleep like a baby(mostly from all the sugar and sun)up at 7am to greet the day and happy because I get to do it all over again. My brain has shut down and my tongue is king for a week. Amazingly I didn't get sick. When I am happy and relaxed it seems I can get by for awhile in the land of avoids.

Just so everyone knows. I never eat a donut except for one week a year. They only exist in Maryland in my mind. It is so funny and my family gets a big kick out of it because  358 days of the year all I eat is 90% beneficials. They love seeing me cut loose(Mr Hyde). The funny thing is my kids stayed on the diet more than me  while on vacation. They were cramping my style.

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I am SURE that all those SLACK GRINS I see viewing this thread are BUSILY CONSULTING THEIR MANUALS AND WRITING UP A REPORT ON CERTAIN RECRUITS.


{{tap, tap, tap.}}



two HOURS??   TWO HOURS!?!?  TIME's UP!!!



Pvt. Parts:    Did I just detect the merest hinta Dereliction of Duty coming out of your hole?  I'm not interested in what those worthless absentee layabouts may or may not be doing while they're AWOL!  Yaman, show the PRIVATE the way to the barracks, roust those bunkrats, stir 'em & fur 'em, and guide their LAZY BUTTS over here before it's the BOTH OF YOU going cold in the car right next to the PRIVATE's SANDWICH!!!








{{scratches head with swaggerstick so furiously she knocks her cover off}}  



Good work, K, we need more like you in This Woman's War.    
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hey Heidi,
take care your mania comes just round the corner!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I'll wait for it-seeing what comes next much tougher-hi-hi-hi
amicalement yours ISA-M
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Wednesday, November 3, 2004, 6:13pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Good Grief!!

You people have WAY too much time on your hands. It has taken me three days to wade through the posts on this thread. I gotta get back to work.

Rather than posting a hellish menu for myself, I'll just grab a few pomegranate seeds for my descent into Hades...

Linda, try the prickly pear jelly next time.


The true meaning of life is to plant trees under whose shade you do not expect to sit.

- Nelson Henderson
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heidi
Wednesday, November 3, 2004, 6:39pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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Oh well.   B's!   Slow readers.  




*ahem.*

{{{{{DONG!!!}}}}} ANYWAY!!!  
 


kristin:    Skip all that HARD English-reading-comprehension part and SEE THIS:



STOP YER GRINNIN, DROP YER LINEN AND POST THAT MENU!!!!





In the words of our Immortal GunSar:   "What the HE**'s it gonna take to MOTIVATE you, any- Go*dam*-way?"    




I gotta head back to the tent, make some helmet popcorn and run the Patton tape again to get my head back on straight.    B's!!    * whoee doggies. *

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votebotZIM reporting for duty as ordered, sir.

whimsical vote entered as ordered, sir.

no sign of Vicki, sir.

thank you, sir.
 
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Thank you, VBZ.  Dismissed.  
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votebotYAK reporting for duty as ordered, sir.

alia vo vote entered as ordered, sir.

no sign of Vicki, sir.

thank you, sir.
 

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Thanks, VBY.  Dismissed.  






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votebotXAV reporting for duty as ordered, sir.

votes for susana, Brighid45 and... {cough}...jj, sir,  entered as ordered, sir.

no sign of Vicki, sir.

 



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All right, votebotXAV.  Nice to show the troups we can 'multitask' with the best of 'em, eh?

Good.  Dismissed.  
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Well, Heidi, ya got me over a barrel so to speak as I really need to know about that cod because I'm running out of bene and neut fishes that aren't either frozen (polymines) or canned (aka cat food in my opinion or mercury laced tuna) so here goes:

Breakfast:
BIG cuppa coffee with cream and corn syrup based caramel flavoring
warm corn muffins with blood orange marmalade

snack: liverwurst with bacon slathered with corn oil based mayo on kamut crackers
washed down with some Dr. Pepper

Lunch:
appetizer: oysters on the half shell with mignonette sauce
soup: Jerusalem artichoke soup garnished with hazelnut-orange butter or some black        
     bean soup made with chicken broth or crab bisque made with halibut
     based fumet
main dish: braised game hen with butter beans and shiitake & abalone mushrooms    
     sauted in butter  
dessert: hazelnut torte sweetened with cornsyrup with a kamut crust
beverage: Vanilla Stoli Coke and with dessert a HUGE mocha

snack: smoked rainbow trout rolled up in plain buckwheat blinis washed down with Fresca

Supper:
appetizer: slice of shiitake mushroom and stilton galette with buckwheat crust with
         and a small handful of big black olives
soup: black eyed pea soup with smoked ham bits to garnish
main dish: Italian pork sausages with fried polenta and grilled bell peppers garnished
      with a bell pepper coulis
dessert: Calvados spiked creme brulee or a poached quince tart
beverage: Verner's ginger ale

TV/VCR/DVD snack: microwaved bucket-o-butter popcorn and more Dr. Pepper

post video entertainment snack: Midnight Milky-Way and instant hot cocoa with a candy cane to use as a flavored swizzle to keep the cocoa from all getting on the bottom of the mug

bedtime snack: baby radishes with butter followed by some Grand Marnier souffle or a night cap (how about a Sazerac?)

I survived the entire day without once going to a drive through!

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 Chanur, I'm !  I didn't realize one could write a little explanation for every revision in the revision history of one's post!  Yours is so cute!  Thank goodness we can doll them up a bit because I actually feel embarrassed when I have 98-zillion revisions after a post *lol*!  I like message board software that only lists the latest revision, so that no one knows what a 1.) rushing type poster I am who doesn't check things until later, and 2.) perfectionist freak I am who has to have everything in my post PERFECT!  But, with this board, it tells the world exactly how many zillion times I've edited my post!  So, at least now I realize I can make it entertaining by adding in the reason!  Thanks, and your revision history was as interesting and fun as the post itself!


"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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WHOA!  WHOA!    ABOVE AND BEYOND!  

So glad I twisted your arm.    

That menu is a BIG 10-4  HOO-rah.

Extra points for the edits, HILARIOUS!!    

Sure, I'll have a Saz!   In fact, uhh... may I join you?    starting with Breakfast?      

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Oh-Kee Doh-Kee heidi {{ya WACKO}}

I shall quell my rebellious nature {{yeaaah, riiight, when did THAT ever work??}} and play along with your little"game". {{hrrrummmph!}}

Alrighty then~

BREAKFAST
2 slices of whole wheat toast smeared with starfruit jelly borrowed from Linda
several slices of applewood cured smoked bacon
bowl of Kamut flakes with a mixture of soymilk and coconut milk

SNACK
one corn muffin made from freshly ground corn
piece of string cheese

LUNCH
2 blue corn tostadas topped with refried pinto beans, chopped tomatoes, sliced avocado, black olives, and crumbled bleu cheese
bowl of stewed rhubarb
salad of sliced radishes and their sprouts topped with wheat germ, sunflower seeds, and drizzled with toasted sesame oil

SNACK
While meandering along on the Nature trail, I harvested some prickly pear fruits, (albeit not the best time of year for that and be careful of the monster spikes on those cacti-YIKES), I also found some pine nuts from the piņon cones and sat down underneath an ancient juniper for my snack... I wonder if these juniper berries would work... and marveled at the expanse of azure blue sky, fantastic redrock formations, warm, glowing sun on my face.........oh, right, where was I? - yes, back to menu...

SECOND SNACK
Feeling less than sated from the pricky pear and pine nuts, I make a big ole bowl of popcorn and season it with canola margarine spiced with cinnamon and allspice

DINNER
coconut shrimp
bowl of miso broth
1 large roasted cornish hen stuffed with rye bread stuffing and pine nuts (gathered  from Nature, of course)
steamed artichoke
pumpkin whole wheat muffin

BEVERAGES
Who needs beverages?? Just keep the shots coming from that bottle of Kentucky bourbon (yes, I know the phrase Kentucky bourbon is redundant), the kind made from over 50% corn mash, malt and rye.



There.
Ya happy now?

{{O's... sheesh - they think they run everything!}}



The true meaning of life is to plant trees under whose shade you do not expect to sit.

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Seeing the 0s are so highly active in this game, I'll have to swing in for the As, specifically A2.
This is scary!

pre-breakfast: cup of tea with skim milk, no make that 2 cups

breakfast: bacon and eggs and sausages on whole grain toast with masses of butter, with a big glass of fresh squeezed orange juice

morning tea:milky latte and a donut

lunch: lobster in mayo sauce, with a tomato salad and green and yellow capsicums.

arvo tea: commercial biscuits and more black milky tea

dinner: sherry,tomato soup, pork roast with roast potatoes, eggplant fried in breadcrumbs, sweet potato,and broccoli (didn't eat the broccoli, it was just there for decoration),

supper: full cream icecream with mango slices

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Breakfast: cinnamon bun pancakes with syrup drizzled all over. A glass of orange juice and some pork sausage links

Snack: chocolate fundge brownies with vanilla icecream

Lunch: Pork flautas with tons of sour cream and shredded cheddar cheese. A 32 oz Dr. Pepper

Snack: chocolate chip cookies

Dinner: Mazithra and browned butter spaghetti with toasted garlic bread and a Vente cafe mocha.

Dessert: Chocolate cake with chocolate frosting

okay this took me 5 min. but I do not eat like this, I just have dreams about it.


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Quoted from chanur, posted Thursday, November 4, 2004, 1:32am at here

I survived the entire day without once going to a drive through!


did you miss the part about me not having to do dishes????? My fantasy and I'm sticking to it!

Heidi..... I have no idea what made you think this up, but it is fantastic!!!  I think you need to treat it like shampoo.... lather, rinse repeat..... OFTEN!

It was simply great.  I love this board!


It is what it is so I'm dealing with it.

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forget everything else... take me back to my childhood, to my grandmother's fresh vine ripened super tasty....
TOMATOES

should I consider starting a piggy bank for a secretor test?


It is what it is so I'm dealing with it.
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NO SECRETOR TEST?!?  

WHAT THE @#$^ ARE YOU DOING IN HERE WITHOUT IT, RECRUIT?


no wonder you sailed through the AvoidDrill.  YOU HAVE TWICE THE CHOICES!!  


GUARDS!!


TAKE THIS TO THE DISPENSARY AND SPIT TEST IT!!



Of course, there IS something to be said for remaining untested and wondering about tomatoes, rather than getting the test and removing all doubt.        






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I dreamed I was a non-secretor.... would that count?



It is what it is so I'm dealing with it.
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Hello Cybertooth,
Maybe you could get that gorgeous pic above blown up, say 1 metre square, and mount it in your kitchen. It would act like coffee fumes to an O - just look (or smell) without eating.
If you could persuade your path tester to give you an A2 rating (!) you could use red capsicum as a tomato substitute. And I've just found plum sauce in the savoury bottle department which acts as a great substitute for tomato sauce. (Probably has too much sugar, but what the heck in dire circumstances...) Hey, it was only through getting my secretor test done that I found by accident that I was A2, and it was worth it just for that.  

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Breakfast:  steak fried in lard, bacon, piece of brie cheese, orange juice,

Snack:  smoothie made with heavy cream, milk, ice cream, mango, banana, Cheese doodles

Lunch:  tomato based kidney bean soup. spare ribs, sauerkraut,  diet coke,  

Snack: tangerine, bag of potato chips with salsa

Dinner: lobster  dipped in butter, cole slaw, french fried sweet potatoes, lima bean soup, cheese cake.
lite beer

Snack: mixed nuts: brazil, cashews, pistachios

Mmmm, this looks a bit GASSY!!!
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Yeah, I think I'm going to have to spring for it.  In the meantime, I've joined a support group...

Hi, my name is CT and I haven't had a tomato in 45 days...


It is what it is so I'm dealing with it.
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