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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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... 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: 59
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!





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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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Kyosha Nim
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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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Quoted from cherylhcmba, posted Monday, November 1, 2004, 8:47pm at here
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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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@ Chery + Carl!   "argumentative" ( legal term )...  !!    

hey, BACK TO THE TOPIC!!

Beoueomom -- Cool story!  Moral:  Rare challenges provoke skill development!!  Your post was so great that your tomato is FORGIVEN!!  

jj and Dorothy, superb work.  We need a medal for you folks.


Now, this avoid menu does not require challenges, but if you want to include the necessary medication involved with such a menu, GO FOR IT!!!




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Time for bed...gee, I'm not tired at all!!!!!!  Is there an all night DANCE PARTY somewhere?





Excessive exercise, defeats the whole purpose


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Now now now, Exercise is not specified in the rules.   Let 'er dance all night, as long as she posts another Avoid Menu in the morning.  
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I must have been multi-tasking when reading Heidi's original post, because I just completed posting a menu of all the healthy food I eat on a typical day (which has since been deleted).  After shockingly reading Yaman's peculiar sounding menu, accompanied by much alcohol; I re-read Heidi's post again and realized this was supposed to be an an ALL-AVOID menu.  So here's my new 'avoid' menu...

Breakfast: Cornflakes (GMO corn and corn syrup), soymilk, and raisins

Snack: Chai latte (black tea)

Lunch: Shrimp, steamed Jasmine rice, and broccoli; drizzled with Nuoc Mam (a Vietnamese fish sauce that consists of water, anchovies, and salt)

Snack: Two rice cakes (caramel flavored)

Dinner: Spaghetti and tomato sauce with grated parmesan cheese

This is a rather small menu, but it took me much longer to finish than my original menu.  I often found myself referring to Live Right to double check 'avoids'.  

Note - I went back to modify my menu to reflect what I was more closely eating prior to the BTD.


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Note - This is a rather small menu, but it took me much longer to finish than my original menu.  I often found myself referring to Live Right to double check 'avoids'.


Same here, it took me more than 5 minutes, but not quite hours, but it seemed like hours, so I went with that selection.  Harder than I thought.


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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.


You are going to be the death of me yet.  While I was doing a little multi-tasking of my own, I burst out laughing for real, as I was answering the phone.  I should have seen that coming.



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Quoted from Edna, posted Monday, November 1, 2004, 8:48pm at here
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.


It ain't just the butter that would be neutral.

CAR, I'M SURPRISED AT YOU!!    




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Tried and figured out there is no daily menu (even dish) with only avoids I would like to consider. All my favourite except jamón de Jabugo have some compliant ingredient. I give up!   Great exercise!
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Breakfast – slow cooked oats fortified with a scoop of soy protein power, mix in some cinnamon, fresh strawberries, a little sugar in the raw, and top with a couple dollops of plain yogurt.  Glass of orange juice

Snack:  couple sticks of rhubarb and a bottle of Snapple – wait someone brought bagels into work – guess I’ll just have one of those too, with cream cheese of course.  Maybe just one more….

Lunch:  salad made of cut up cucumber, crab meat, and mozzarella cheese with balsamic vinaigrette dressing.  Ice tea with artificial sweetener.

Snack:  apple and some microwave popcorn.  Wal-Mart flavored water (complete with artificial sweeteners) .  Did I mention there are still bagels right out side my door?

Dinner:  Pork chops (shake-n-bake), roasted potatoes, and coleslaw.  Pepsi One.

Snack:  Ice Cream: Once scoop Mint, one scoop Cookies-n-Cream.  Kind of cold now – maybe a cup of instant hot chocolate – the kind with little marshmallows in it.

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I'm laughing too hard to try right now,
HOWEVER,
The best thing about TYPEbase4 was finding out that while cantelope is indeed a Type O avoid,
what is sold in America as cantelope is not cantelope at all - it's Musk Melon.  And Musk Melon is neutral for all Os.
If you don't believe me, go to TYPEbase4 and look at the pictures.


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Breakfast:  Cream-cheese-filled croissant with sausage and orange juice

Snack:  Whole-wheat crackers with cheddar cheese; iced tea (black, of course--you mean there's another kind?)

Lunch:  Bocadillo de jamon serrano (delicious crusty Spanish bread with dry-cured ham)--remember I'm gluten intolerant, so I have some extra avoids (if you decide they count; if not, let's try some fusion cuisine and put the ham on injera instead); salad of tomatoes, eggplant, black olives, and navy beans; Coca-Cola with ice (sorry, but I don't like the diet kind, even if it is healthier)

Snack:  Tropical ambrosia (bananas, papaya, and slivered coconut with whipped cream); handful of Brazil nuts; tangerine-flavored seltzer water

Dinner:  Steak with cheese fries (extra bacon, please); honeydew half filled with mango sherbet; root beer

Bedtime snack:  Pistachio ice cream (colored with spirulina and served sprinkled with extra pistachios, of course!)

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Oh, while we're at it, let's try my family's traditional New Year's dinner:

Pork
Sauerkraut
Stove Top stuffing
Mashed potatoes (with butter/partially hydrogenated margarine and milk)
Marshmallow-glazed sweet potatoes (with butter/partially hydrogenated margarine)

Drink of choice (Coke--no, wait: my aunt always has Orange Crush at her house!)

I'm not kidding!!!

Dessert, unfortunately, is more compliant: pumpkin or apple pie--although the mince pie option fits the mood here pretty well!

I'm really not kidding!!!  Yikes!  

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Graduate school.  5:30 wake up, alarm set for 6, cheated again, arrrgghhh! 2 1/2 MUGS coffee(with 1/4 up cream and lotsa sugar, BTW, half and half only if I have to!), 2-3 slices whole wheat toast smothered in margarine about 4TBSP peanut butter (protein  ) per slice. A cup of raspberries in a cup of cream. Gotta GO! Fast walk/trot the 12 blocks to class, time to spare (yeah!) buy another coffee and a 7 grain muffin with 3 TBSP cream cheese (wish I ould get more) melting on top... 8 am class begins, thoughts racing, adrenaline pumping... (getting a headache, c**p!). Pop 1 gram motrin, onward! Lunch time and I'm STARVING...not gonna make it, legs are so weak!

Pizza will go down nice...oh yeah. 3 Slices pork pepperoni, double mixed cheese (cheddar, parmesan, mozzarella), mushroom, on thin wheat crust, extra greasy, love it! HHmmmm, pizza was so hot it melted the foam plate a little, oh well, good fiber!! Iceburg lettuce side salad with Italian dressing, nothing fancy, just getting my greeeeens   Iced black tea or another coffee (tea "supplemented" the same as coffee above  ).

Class, off to work in the lab, getting HUNGRY, off to class. GET OUT OF THE WAY SLOWPOKE! YES! I am so fast, efficient   Rushed over and have enough time to stand in line at the concession/deli stand.  NACHO CHEEEEESE DORITOS, my darlings!! I deserve a treat! Fresca every now and then, root beer, or DR Pepper....(I should be drinking water but then I'll be running to go P every 5 minutes, no thanks!).

3:45 and my last class in 15 min... time to grab a coffee. Glad my headache went away a couple hours ago. Wow, I'm tired. Back to the lab and then walk home, slowly for relaxation, or due to exhaustion!, arriving about 7:30ish (depends on the day, wide range here, a whether I need to stop at the convenience store for anything).

Snack on whatever; wheat crackers or potato chips, and peanuts or cashews, and several BEERS in the next few hours!  And studying, of course, I'm a good student after all. Not hungry, skip dinner, I'll have a cookie though, maybe a macaroon. Oh WAIT!!! I forgot!  Mint chocolate chip ice cream, just a bite or two... since I had the cookie,...Dang, finished another pint...well I could use a few more pounds.

I am wiped. Bedtime. Can't fall to sleep, hours can go by, gotta get up soon, ahhh sleep, waking for bathroom (P), can't fall back to sleep, ahhh sleep, WAKE in alarm, it's OK... I'm not late, I can snooze for 9... this is useless, might as well get up! COFFFEEE! Dang I'm tired today.






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That one brought a tear to my eye.


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Heidi,

I need to change my poll answer from "This took me five minutes, it's what I eat everyday..."

to

"This took me hours, and it was fun" (more like twenty minutes, but this answer fits the bill)

I misread your original post, because I was multi-tasking.  I thought we were supposed to post an ideal day w/o any AVOIDS.  


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Quoted from heidi, posted Monday, November 1, 2004, 9:20pm at here

Now now now, Exercise is not specified in the rules.   Let 'er dance all night, as long as she posts another Avoid Menu in the morning.  


After much deliberation I concede that the sleep deprivation would offset the possible positive effects of the exercise.  All night dancing would in fact itself go outside the bounds of moderate exercise, way outside.  My apologies for missing the subtleties.  I'm not myself today, it must be something I ate.  


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Heidi,

I need to change my poll answer 


Good luck, she's probably out dancing with Car 54.



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OMG, this is SOOO easy.  I'm with Car 54 on this one.  OK, I am going to mix it up here:  some from my college days at Cornell, some from living here in San Antonio where Tex-Mex is King:

Breakfast:  San Antonio tradition:  Breakfast tacos from Taco Cabana ( http://www.tacocabana.com/menu/condiments.asp ) :  Since I am going WAY off, I'll take 1 bean and chees with bacon and 1 potato, egg and cheese.  The bean and cheese with bacon is refried beans, some sort of cheddar cheese and bacon on a fresh made flour tortilla.  The potato, egg and cheese DOES have potatoes in it.  If I really wanted to do it up, I could have them add chorizo to the egg and contaminate the whole thing.

Lunch:  Pork ribs, baby.  Hot with LOTS 'O SAUCE.  I don't eat BBQ too much, but, hey, I'm from Texas now.  Add in with that Mac-'n-Cheese.  Actually, make it Mac-'n-cheese (stoffer's is the best besides homemade) with a side of pork ribs.

Dinner:  Oriental time!   Spring rolls with pork, thai curry with coconut milk, lo mein, pot stickers.

Midnight snack:  the ONLY true midnight snack - from Cornell:  HOT TRUCK!!!!  I'll take a  full sui (I really liked the Wet Garlic with Cheese, but, what the heck). If you don't know what Hot Truck is check it out:  http://www.thehottruck.com/

I just don't know how I was able to eat those things every night after midnight for 2 years.

Then, just to really finish things off:  Brunch the next day - DIM SUM!!!!!


FRESH START TODAY!!!
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Ooooh, nobody warned me what this thread contained...this is food porn.  I have to get out of here!!!

Ok, ok

Breakfast: Grape nut flakes with real milk and orange juice
Lunch: bbq pork sandwich with potato chips
Dinner: Spaghetti Carbonara (with bacon and cream in the sauce)
Dessert: A brownie with Vanilla ice cream and fudge sauce
Snack: triscuits with deviled ham

Hmmm.  Now that I put it to words, it doesn't sound so tempting anymore.  Thus reads my former diet.  Actually kind of boring.


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Quoted from cherylhcmba, posted Tuesday, November 2, 2004, 4:14am at here


Good luck, she's probably out dancing with Car 54.


That's right, I should have figured....


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Quoted from EquiPro, posted Tuesday, November 2, 2004, 4:19am at here
OMG, this is SOOO easy.  I'm with Car 54 on this one.  OK, I am going to mix it up here:  some from my college days at Cornell, some from living here in San Antonio where Tex-Mex is King:

Breakfast:  San Antonio tradition:  Breakfast tacos from Taco Cabana ( http://www.tacocabana.com/menu/condiments.asp ) :  Since I am going WAY off, I'll take 1 bean and chees with bacon and 1 potato, egg and cheese.  The bean and cheese with bacon is refried beans, some sort of cheddar cheese and bacon on a fresh made flour tortilla.  The potato, egg and cheese DOES have potatoes in it.  If I really wanted to do it up, I could have them add chorizo to the egg and contaminate the whole thing.

Lunch:  Pork ribs, baby.  Hot with LOTS 'O SAUCE.  I don't eat BBQ too much, but, hey, I'm from Texas now.  Add in with that Mac-'n-Cheese.  Actually, make it Mac-'n-cheese (stoffer's is the best besides homemade) with a side of pork ribs.

Dinner:  Oriental time!   Spring rolls with pork, thai curry with coconut milk, lo mein, pot stickers.

Midnight snack:  the ONLY true midnight snack - from Cornell:  HOT TRUCK!!!!  I'll take a  full sui (I really liked the Wet Garlic with Cheese, but, what the heck). If you don't know what Hot Truck is check it out:  http://www.thehottruck.com/

I just don't know how I was able to eat those things every night after midnight for 2 years.

Then, just to really finish things off:  Brunch the next day - DIM SUM!!!!!


A little skimpy on the snackage, but bonus points for the quality fast food links!  Talk about food porn, is this legal?  Nice follow through with the dim sum too.


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Can I vote again?

I thought it was impossible (posted right after a delicious compliant dinner); all avoids not even a neutral!

Upon awakeing thought of this thread and I thought of a good coffee. No, I like mine with sugar (neutral). Or fresh white bread… without butter (neutral)  

As morning advanced, thought of taking a private plane (no expense restrictions) to France and have a good table of cheese but, what is good cheese without some very good red wine (neutral)?  

For aperitive, a good champagne (Avoid). But I do not like champagne on its own. It has to be accompanied by fresh oysters (neutral) and followed by a good roast beef (Beneficial) for lunch.  

These are just some of the thoughts in my little head since this morning. I want to stop this train of thought. Where is my mental discipline when I most need it?  

I want to vote "Leaving now, I can't have posts like this in my consciousness." I'm afraid of physical consequences. I'm an O and I secrete.
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yawn, is it that time already...damn I'm so tired, don't know why, I ate good yesterday, think I'll have the same today. Let's see,

Breakfast: 2 cups of coffee with 3 tsps of sugar and milk just to get the heart started. Ahh, that's better. Now a bowl of weet-bix, more sugar and of course milk. Might have another bowl of that. A couple of pieces of white bread toast with margarine and vegemite should top that off nicely. Feeling better now.

Snack: First I'll just have a slurp on this gavascon, yeah baby, then a couple of iced-donuts with another cup of coffee should do the trick. Mmmmm, all that doughy food has made me thirsty. Ahh coke, where would I be without you. Buuuurrrp.

Lunch: can you smell gas???. wooeee, I wouldn't come over here if I was you!!. I am so hungry. I know, how about a couple of ham and cheese sandwiches, followed by a coke, buuurrrrp, followed by a half a canteloupe with sugar sprinkled on top(after all fruit keeps you healthy you know). Can you smell gas??

Snack: Chocolate, chocolate and more chocolate. I feel quite energised now, must be time for a cup of coffee. Nothing like biscuits to go with a cup of coffee I always say. And hey, once you open the packet......

Dinner: I better make sure I'm getting some good carbs into me so I think I'll have fettucine carbornara with a side dish of mashed potatoes (milk and margarine), some cauliflower and cabbage, and topped off with leek soup.

Snack: Doritos corn chips and cucumber dip...what else would you have for crying out loud. A bloke can't eat good food all the time. Balance is the key.

Bedtime (late, late at night): Can you smell gas???


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Quoted from heidi, posted Monday, November 1, 2004, 9:52pm at here


It ain't just the butter that would be neutral.

CAR, I'M SURPRISED AT YOU!!    






Whoooooa!  

I guess I had somehow extrapolated that, since my beloved Maryland Blue Crab is now an avoid for me as a non (or "monk", as I sometimes refer to it), lobster also fell into the verboten category.  I guess, somehow, through some cosmic fluke, I never actually looked at lobster's rating, since learning I am a non/monk, as I just assumed (bad) that it would be as crushing as the crab sitch.  You mean to tell me that, this entire time, I could have been stuffing myself silly with MAINE LOBSTER?

Suddenly this non thing doesn't seem so bad.  This almost makes up for the sunflower seed slippage from neutral to avoid.  This is big!  BIG, I tell you!

I'm off to Maine!

Lobster on me for all nons in the hizzz-OUUUUSE!  Oooouuuu!  Oh YEAAAH, babe!  Ummm hmmmm!  THAT's what I'm talking about!

MAINE LOBSTER TAILS!




It's grand to be an O non!
Oh what a splendid dawn!
I feel a song coming on!
Two lobster tails, please, with butter drawn!


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hello you all,
great fun-super-super I love to laugh-einfach great-but malheureusement,my only mistake was
to eat red meat, and wheat-both I took off-and I am cooking sout-of france-kitchen (mediteranian)
if I woul have ever tried to eat all those things mentioned above-I'll be dead at once!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I had alltimes problems to eat what others were eating normaly and I became very,very egoistic since I was a child-because I felt I cant' support!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! So better eating nothing than
fine things  named above!!!!!!!!!!
See you, sorry to leave but I can't come over with storries which are not true-that won't work for me................
Big hugs for everyone-hey Yaman and car-crazy your stories and you are still alife!!!Crazy........
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I got this one down pat!  I used to be the drive thru queen.  I'm so good I can eat taco bell nachos and drive and not spill a drop of cheese!

Breakfast - McD's for hasbrowns and a suasage mcmuffin.  I know it has an egg on it, but I've had my 3 this week.  No coffee for me OH NO.... let's have an ice tea witt sugar substitute.  (Now I know I'm full of it... I never sweeten my tea)

Snack - Drive thru Taco Bell for some of those afore mentioned nachos and a coke.... the biggest one!

Lunch - Jack in the Box for a Ham Panido with fries and a coke.

Snack - Gosh, wished I'd thought of this in the morning, but too late, there's a Krispy Kreme - with a DRIVE THRU????  COOL!  How about a half dozen with some milk!

Dinner - Since the liter bag in the car is like stuffed full, I think I'll stop into Red Lobster for dinner.
  • Parrot Bay Coconut Shrimp
    Jumbo shrimp hand-dipped in coconut batter, flavored with Captain Morgan's Parrot Bay rum, lightly fried and served with a Piña Colada sauce.
  • Mix and Match Shrimp Combo
    Pick any two or three. Fried, Scampi, Lemon-Pepper or Popcorn Shrimp.  You pick, I like them all!
  • RL's website don't show sides so I'll have some coleslaw and french fries please.
  • Bananas Foster Cheesecake
    Garnished with a toffee almond crisp and chocolate-colada sauce.
  • All washed down with Long Island Ice Tea.


Time to go hang out in the bar for a while and have an Amaretto....  Had to drive to next county to find one with a smoking section.  

Long Long Drive home.... getting hungry.... (yeah right)  After scratching my head and pondering all my options.... there's an exit coming up with Golden Arches.... WOOOOOHOOOOO how about some Dippin Dots for a nightcap!!

Sure am glad I didn't have to cook!  Thanks Heidi


It is what it is so I'm dealing with it.
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A little skimpy on the snackage, but bonus points for the quality fast food links!  Talk about food porn, is this legal?  Nice follow through with the dim sum too.



yea, but the portions of all of this stuff are  HUGE.  I'd be waddling after just ONE of the meals.  Besides, if you read the HOT TRUCK, you can choose the NORTH BAKER, which puts sour cream & onion potato chips IN the sub, or add onion rings to any item.  mmmmmmmmm......


FRESH START TODAY!!!
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Quoted from Alia_Vo, posted Tuesday, November 2, 2004, 3:57am at here
Heidi,

I need to change my poll answer from "This took me five minutes, it's what I eat everyday..."

to

"This took me hours, and it was fun" (more like twenty minutes, but this answer fits the bill)

I misread your original post, because I was multi-tasking.  I thought we were supposed to post an ideal day w/o any AVOIDS.  


Well, first poll I've done so I learned a few things.  Once it's posted, we can't change any of its features.   However, I'll send a VoteBot in here to enter votes for anyone who would like to choose a different one, or MORE options ( something I neglected to mention -- in this one, you can chose two, three, right up to all of them if you like.   )  

AND CAR!!   I SAW THAT THOUGHT!!   No, you may NOT divert my VoteBot to FLORIDA!!   {{yeah, I know, you should have thought of that one four years ago, oh well.   }}    

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ok,   might as well make my first post ever on this board a good one

breakfast: hashbrowns smothered with chedar cheese and diced ham, topped with a dollop of sour cream.  drink: black coffee.

mid morning snack : peanut butter crackers

lunch:  ham and american cheese sandwich on whole wheat bread  with fritos on the side.  drink: pepsi

afternoon snack:  couple of hands full of cashews

dinner:  pork chops, baked potato with sour cream, corn.   drink: big glass of iced tea (black)

desert: nice bowl of cantaloup melon

So how'd I do for my first post?
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Quoted from DaMama, posted Tuesday, November 2, 2004, 4:04pm at here
ok,   might as well make my first post ever on this board a good one

breakfast: hashbrowns smothered with chedar cheese and diced ham, topped with a dollop of sour cream.  drink: black coffee.

mid morning snack : peanut butter crackers

lunch:  ham and american cheese sandwich on whole wheat bread  with fritos on the side.  drink: pepsi

afternoon snack:  couple of hands full of cashews

dinner:  pork chops, baked potato with sour cream, corn.   drink: big glass of iced tea (black)

desert: nice bowl of cantaloup melon

So how'd I do for my first post?


You DaMama, but I can't comment on the quality of your badness until you go to the member center and select the avatar that will let us know your blood type.



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Okay, so I voted that I wouldn't post my menu but would nitpick. I lied. I'll post my menu and leave the nitpicking to the judges. Sue me.   All I'll say is SOME of us are veering dangerously close to being Health Freaks, and leave it at that. (Cybrtooth--RED LOBSTER??? They serve FISH and SEAFOOD in there! Way too healthy!)

Breakfast: two big crusty bagels slathered with cream cheese and lox (none of that nova junk! bring on the salt!), a Tastykake pie, and a diet Coke.

Mid-morning: Chocolate cream Oreos and a diet Coke

Lunch: cheesesteak with sauce and extra provolone on an Amoroso roll, with a double order of fries and a diet Coke (and half an hour later, antacids to counter the fries)

Early-afternoon snack: Tastykake butterscotch cakes and a diet Coke

Mid-afternoon snack: Ruffles potato chips and a fresh diet Coke

Late-afternoon snack: Strawberry frosted Pop-Tarts with I Can't Believe It's Not Butter and more diet Coke

Supper: roast loin of pork glazed with cider and served with already-sweetened applesauce, mashed potatoes, Pillsbury crescent rolls with margarine, and Stove-top stuffing; Breyer's chocolate ice cream with Hershey's syrup over a box-mix brownie with cashews, and a diet Coke

(And the sad thing is, this is pretty typical of what I used to eat. Now I look at this wilderness of starch and wheat lectins and wonder how on earth I've made it to 45 years old *lol*!! Btw, the diet Cokes are so you don't get too much sugar *snort*)



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ok Cheryl, I got my avatar up there now...so how bad am I?  
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Quoted from Brighid45, posted Tuesday, November 2, 2004, 6:09pm at here


(Cybrtooth--RED LOBSTER??? They serve FISH and SEAFOOD in there! Way too healthy!)


Bite your tongue!!  I think all restaurants need a placard on the door cautioning Type A's to enter at own risk... you know like the ones they have for pacemakers?  My selections from Red Lobster are going to give me nightmares for sure!  Coconut Shrimp Indeed!  


It is what it is so I'm dealing with it.
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Breakfast - a big bowl of cream of wheat sweetened with syrup and drenched in half-and-half.  Beverage of choice - a large glass of orange juice!

Lunch - a heavenly toasted sandwich.  Whole wheat bread smothered with bacon and avacado.  Beverage- a large blackberry latte with additional whipped cream.

Dinner - Baken ham, mashed potatoes, veggie tray with slices of cucumber, cauliflower, olives,and button mushroomks.  For dessert, a large slice of rhubarb pie!  Beverage - a cold, glass of milk.

The after dinner beverage; a large glass of kaluha and cream.

Snacks of the day comprised of yogurt and sweetened coconut; a bagel with cream cheese, and a large bag of popcorn!


The first step toward success is taken when you refuse to be a captive of the environment in which you first find yourself. Good health to you & yours.

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Ooooh, there is one wheat avoid at Red Lobster that could make even the most compliant O give in to that evil temptress, the artist formerly known as DIVING RIGHT IN.  Of course, you all have no doubt already figured out that I'm talking about the

CHEDDAR CHEESE BISCUITS


How did I ever even learn of these things?  From some old discussion on the old board, full of O's pining away for these things.  Well, at some point long after that, I was in Red Lobster for the first time ever and it must have been during my haitus from the BTD because I tried the muffins or biscuits or whatever they are and OMG, OMG!  Nirvana!  They are the only thing good in that den of poor quality junk, if one asks me (which one did not).  Not a Red Lobster fan, but I definitely think those cheddar cheese biscuits need to be added to the Avoidfest Cavalcade-O-Fun Menu, fer shuur.  If one is going to cheat with wheat, one had better make sure it is WORTH it, and those muffins/biscuits/whatever-they-are are worth it.  I mean, IF one is going to go haywire.  Personally, they are NOT worth it to me, but I'm just saying IF one were h*ll bent on eating wheat, they would be the way to go.


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Quoted from DaMama, posted Tuesday, November 2, 2004, 8:10pm at here
ok Cheryl, I got my avatar up there now...so how bad am I?  


You're not just bad, but really really baad...and I like it.


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Breakfast
Milk Chocolate, pistachio, Red Orange juice, white bread and butter and
plenty of brown sugar.

Snack
Banana fried in palm or coconut margarine .

Lunch
lobster with bluecheese, parma ham and capers
King size primerib (a pound of beef) with poatoes butter and sauercraut (coleslaw)
Savarin a l'Orange

Snack
fresh cream icecream and  bourbon

Dinner
mini frankfurters and chips
Shrimps with chili
Wheat pasta  with clams and mussels
Sole Meuniere,Tomatoes eggplant and Bell peppers with black olives
plateau de fromages
Pandoro (a cake made of wheat flour, butter, sugar and egg) with whipped cream

This A will take two day vacation to digest everything and swears  not to eat anymore of these items forever.


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Okay, Cybrtooth--my bad. I can't see the avatars when I reply, and for some reason I thought you were an O. *ducks to miss the roundhouse punch*

Car54--eeeeeeeeevil person! How DARE you remind me of those darn yummy cheddar cheese biscuits! The one time I ever went to Red Lobster, they were the only thing I thought it was safe for me to eat (I have severe reactions to shellfish and have to limit my intake of ocean fish). Five years later, all I can say to THAT mistaken idea is HA! HA! I'd have been better off eating the menu!

DaMama . . . you do good food porn. What are you eating right now?




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DaMama!!  You da GIRL, my babe!!!    Stepped right in and marched along with these clearly insane strangers in their weird outfits.  Even jumped right into your own weird outfit.   Got any more newbies where you're from?    

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hey cybr... look...  :   **POP**!!!  {{  I nailed B45 for you, a good one, too.    stealth works!!   }}

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Maria Giovanna...       House party?   Or were those three days' worth of BLD?  Gonna give you the benefit of the doubt here on Rule # whatever it was, mostly because of the Savarain a l'orange!!  spectacular, WELL DONE!!  

Everyone's shaping up GREAT!   Highlights:

northernstars' blackberry latte....
Brighid45's butterscotch tasty cakes... just for that, we'll get the VoteBot to leave your nitpick choice to Vicki and choose 1 4 U!!  (gotta keep that data clean, so that Cheryl can do the statistical analysis, right C?)  

jj:  Kix!!
Dorothy...  rum raisin ice cream, OH yeah!  


however:   CAR!!!  FRONT & CENTER!!     HI!  no putting that _neutral unmentionalble_ in ALL CAPS, it gives fresh recruits the WRONG IDEA!!  :: wags finger like Oprah in Car's general direction::    

gotta say that Red Lobster flaky biscuity cheese dingus makes up for it, though.  

and um... Alia....   {{{DONG!!}}}  SHAKE THAT RICE OUTTA YOUR MENU, SOLDIER!!!        

Well, we're rolling right along, rolling right along here.  

Just one more thing.

AARON!  Where's all the rest of your Squadron des Hommes?  Hmm?    With the exception of your good self, right now it's lookin like When The Going Gets Tough, The WOMEN Get Going.    Whistle up a few of those laggards, eh?  

yaman, it's not that I forgot ye -- it's that the JAG is still out on what the heck your menu was.....    




 


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it's SavarIn not Savarain.  humph whose putting typos in.  Must need a snak, littel Lagavulin 'n onea them reLoster chedry biksit thingyssss...
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 This is way too much fun!

Breakfast:  Coffee with soy milk and sugar.
                 Corn Flakes with sugar and soy milk.
                 Pork sausage and home fries.

Lunch:         Peanut butter and starfruit jelly on White Wonder Bread sandwich.
                  Actually, I will eat two of them - they go down so easy!
                  Ranch flavored Doritos
                  Iced tea with sugar.

Snack:        Pomegranate (man, I used to love these things!)

Dinner:        Black bean compote (black beans in brown sugar and bacon sprinkled
                  on top)
                  Southern Fried Chicken with corn bread and gravy
                  Potato salad (potatoes, Miracle Whip, pickles, olives and  
                  radishes)
                  Big basket of whole grain rolls fresh from the oven with a tub of I Can't
                  Believe it's not Butter on the side.
                 

Dessert:      Pistachio ice cream
                 

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this is insane but here goes:

breakfast:  2 slices whole wheat toast with orange marmalade, cow's milk
morning snack: cream filled long-john (donut) from my favorite bakery & a diet pepsi
lunch:  left-over sausage/pepperoni pizza with pizza sauce, montery jack & provalone cheese, a can of butter beans (lima) & a can of orange pop
afternoon snack: Potato Chips & chip dip, Mountain Dew
Dinner:  Pork spare ribs in BBQ sauce, baked potato with cheddar cheese, sweet potatoes smothered in butter, large glass of chocolate milk
bedtime snack:  yesterday's coctail shrimp & a 7&7 (where's the Pepto Bismol?)

by the way, I have a recipe for Spelt flour biscuits that are similar to those Red Lobster biscuits if anyone wants it, PM me.



~jill~A+ + O+ = 2 O-'s!!!
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ALIA VO.....  WHERE ARE THE AVOIDS IN YOUR MENU????   BACK TO BOOT CAMP FOR YOU!!!


Heidi,

This one's for you.  Here's my revamped 'AVOID' menu:

Day Two:

Breakfast: Wheat bran waffles topped with sliced bananas, chopped cashews, and creme fraishe; a cup of orange juice

Snack: Wheat crackers spread with warm brie cheese and black olives; a cup of Kahlua coffee

Lunch: Shrimp pad thai with coconut milk, and raw mango salad sprinkled with red pepper flakes; a papaya bubble tea

Snack: Trail mix of dried coconut flakes, brazil nuts, and sliced plantains (containing coconut oil and corn syrup); a chai latte with cow's milk and a shot of hazelnut syrup

Dinner: Roasted duck, petit red potatoes with Beluga cavier, and pickled purple cabbage; a Cosmopolitan

Snack: A bowl of pistachio sherbet; a glass of seltzer

Nightcap: Bepto Bismal and one Tylenol


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...Linda.

In this context, you will ask, "SIR! Did I Do OK, Mom, SIR!!!"  



{{slaps palm a few times with swaggerstick}}

Starfruit jelly.  Ranch Flavored Doritos.    

{{nods.  actually Smiles.}}

GRACE UNDER FIRE!!  you are hereby promoted to Lieutenant!!!    



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ALIA VO!   Kahlua Coffee for a morning snack and petits rouges with CAVIAR?  



YYYYESSSS!!


You type As are toughening up well ahead of schedule!

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SIR I APOLOGIZE FOR SMARTING OFF TO CYBRTOOTH SIR!!!

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Quoted from heidi, posted Tuesday, November 2, 2004, 10:30pm at here

yaman, it's not that I forgot ye -- it's that the JAG is still out on what the heck your menu was.....    


Cocky, Lola, please come and testify for me that my list was full of avoids! and seductively delicious too



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hi Yaman,
May I do this for you,toooooooooooo?!
You wrote a great menu, but I think that rake is ok-no?!
B.r. ISA-M.
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Thanks Isa, be my guest please!

Raki is a distilled liqour, it's the same thing as ouzo of the Greeks and arack of the Arabs. All distilled liqours are avoids for O secs.

Well, raki can be lesser of the other evils for it is distilled from grape alcohol and not from grain alcohol

cheers,
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Private Parts reporting for duty SIR.

I do not know SIR, why my squadron les hommes do not input their avoid menu's SIR. I can only suggest SIR, that they are too busy actually eating their menu choices SIR than actually writing them down SIR.

May I be dismissed SIR, I have a fried frogs leg sandwich on white bread with mustard and pickle relish going cold in the car SIR.

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Hi Yaman,
super- but also perhaps a question of how many liters?per day or hour?!
51 or better said Pastis or Pernod (the chemical one-beurx-beurx)
it's really long ago.............................. but raki on ice-lecker-lecker
Amicalement yours ISA-M.
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Private Parts reporting for duty SIR.

I do not know SIR, why my squadron les hommes do not input their avoid menu's SIR. I can only suggest SIR, that they are too busy actually eating their menu choices SIR than actually writing them down SIR.


Hey you ANZAC!

What do you think I've been doing up here keeping the the castle for the "man"kind.

cheers mate,
Yaman



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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!


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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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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.


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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!


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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 piñon 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!}}



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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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I took the easy way out 1st trip thru this line…

Breakfast – Sunny D – Glug Glug straight from the plastic jug, ice cold from the fridge.  A bowl of nuked cream of wheat with butter and artificial sweetener, 2 slices of buttered toasted Wonder bread with orange marmalade.  Four slices of nuked bacon and 2 eggs scrambled in a Teflon pan that is peeling and chipping.

Mid morning snack – Coca cola straight from the can with a snack bag of oreos.

Lunch.  Start off with an ice cold iced tea - can of chilli with kidney beans and  beef extra HOT and spicy (nuked to perfection)., saltine crackers and a grilled ham and American cheese sandwich of buttered white Wonder bread in of course grilled in a flakey Teflon pan.

Afternoon snack – coca cola in the can and pork rinds with Tabasco.

Dinner – Drink an ice cold buttermilk straight from the plastic jug (pipe dreaming here,  I’ve never seen buttermilk in plastic, but it’s my artistic license so I’m going for it) - coleslaw (your basic cabbage and mayo, vinegar and sugar) slather butter on an ear of corn, wrap in plastic wrap and nuke to just barely over doneness – barbecued pork ribs (baked in a flaky teflon pan, covered with tin foil with a tomato based sauce... and an aluminum foil wrapped, baked potato with butter, sour cream and bacon bits.  Don’t waste food …. Eat it all up YUM.  Pass the Miller Beer Please of course in the crushable aluminum can.

Evening tv snack – Pringles and beer




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

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Here goes:

Breakfast: 8:00 AM, 2 Aunt Jemima Pancakes with butter and maple syrup(not technically an avoid but sensitive to all sugars), 2 slices of REAL BACON, 1/2 cup fruit salad made with sliced honeydew and cantaloupe. 4 oz glass of OJ


Lunch: 12:00 PM, 6oz sirloin patty grilled medium and  topped with melted cheddar and sauted silver dollar mushrooms, side of oven baked potato with jacket rolled in sunflower oil and sprinkled with white wheat flour, salt, and black pepper served with copious amount of Heinz ketchup. Diet Dr Pepper

Snack: 3:00 PM, handful of pistachio and cashew nuts

Dinner: 7:30 PM, boiled shrimp with cocktail sauce made with ketchup, tobasco, and worchestershire sauce, grilled shrimp and corn and raw cabbage with hidden valley ranch party dip. Diet Dr Pepper

Snack: 10:00 PM, piece of deer meat jerkey

Ok now, I want a critique


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Oh, so it has to be maple syrup, huh?  

YOU GOT SOMETHING AGAINST MAPLE-FLAVORED KARO???  


"Oh but I'm sensitive to all sugars...."    grrrrrrrrrrr..... there's that S-WORD cropping up!   PAH!  

{{{{{DONG!!}}}}}


YOU!!


DROP DOWN AND GIVE ME 25!!
 





on second thought, all in all, sounds mighty tasty.       {{smacks lips}}  Dr Pepper!  

Ya DID GOOD!!      

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fair enough, lets go for the corn syrup! oh and BTW, those were buttermilk pancakes.


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Heidi!! You are too much!  I thought you missed my post until I read the revision history!!  Way too funny!

Thanks for this wonderful thread.  It's been a blast!   Can't wait to see what you top it with  


It is what it is so I'm dealing with it.
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This was so fun the first time, I'm doing it again.

Breakfast - 1 lb bag of Skittles and a 2 liter of Mountain Dew (for a morning kick start).

Snack -  2 Apple Fritters (Doughnut type pastry with sugary apple cinnamon goo) and a nice big glass of Milk.

Lunch - 2 Cheese dogs (I’m not really sure about the ingredients in the dogs lets just say pork parts and fillers) with ketchup and mustard, fries (with lots of ketchup), bowl of bean soup (pork and navy beans), piece of corn bread and a Diet Coke

Snack - 1 lb bag of peanut m&n s with a Strawberry Milk Shake - I put some of the m&ns in the Milk Shake.

Dinner - Barbequed pulled pork with extra sauce, mashed potatoes – make a hole in the mashed potatoes and fill it with corn and cauliflower and pour melted Velveeta cheese/milk mixture over all, buttermilk biscuits, 2 more Diet Cokes, and a nice big piece of cheese cake with graham cracker crust and caramel sauce.

Snack - potato skins (potatoes, cheese, bacon bits, sour cream), and a Mudslide (Vodka, Kahlua, Bailey's Irish Cream) - served over vanilla ice cream.  Still talking to my friends, so I munch on popcorn and pretzels and have a couple Rusty Nails (Scotch, Drambuie, and Lemon peel) - make them doubles!

.... Sweat dreams.

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Lemon peel would be neutral - must remember to tell them to leave it out!
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I am new to the BTD so I will do my best (plus I haven't read all of the posts yet so please forgive any FP's).

Morning Snack- Oreo's dipped in ice cold WHOLE cow's milk
Breakfast- Hashbrowns with cheddar cheese fried in sasuage grease, pork sasuage, big glass of OJ with a couple of Dunkin Doughnuts thrown in.
Lunch- A ham sandwich (whole wheat bread) with mayo and Lay's ranch potato chips. Can of Pepsi.
Afternoon snack- Tomato, black olive and Monterey jack cheese salad with a nice oil (not oilve oil) and vinegar dressing.
Dinner- Scampi Damian (from Carrabba's-MMMMMMMM!), Baked potato with cheddar cheese and
margarine, and a nice cream based lobster soup.
Nightime snack-An orange and banana smoothie made with ice cream and cow's milk (or would that be a milkshake?)

Ok, Now I'm hungry!
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{{searches diligently for a faux-pas...  scratches head ....  "raw recruit, there's GOTTA be something to nitpick here....." ... and... THERE ISN'T!!!}}



OK, all I can say is A BIG WELCOME TO THIS FINE NEWEST MEMBER of the A-SQUAD!!  

psstt...  all you old-timers around here, take a look at the form on this one.   Arrives IN UNIFORM.  FOLLOWS DIRECTIONS!!  {{aw heck no, Kristin, why would I be thinking of you??}}   Puts some of us to shame, don't it?    

Dunkin Donuts!   a Nice Cream-Based Lobster Soup!!  and a strong enough stomach to feel hungry after posting all that???    

WELL DONE!!!
 

*** and I should not pass on without mentioning:  great taste in threads for your first post!      

 





WELCOME J!!!  
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Thank you Heidi!

But I have to give credit to my many years serving this great nation as a member of the UNITED STATES AIR FORCE/ AIR NATIONAL GUARD for my tremendous capacity for discipline.

BTW- It wasn't too awfully long ago that I actually did eat this way. But now I have seen the light and am changing my ways!
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hey ...

THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE!    



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yoo-hoo...  newbies!  

You Are Not Exempt From Duty!!!  

Just think of all the possibilities...  

AND POST THEM!!      

 
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Okay, I'll bite,

Breakfast: whole wheat pancakes with high fructose syrup, bacon extra crisp, grits with red eye gravy, dark roast columbian, and a glass of pomegranite juice

Midmorning flirtation: Little Debbie-nuff said

Lunch: Kung Pao Chicken, Hot and Sour Soup, Shrimp and Crab Lo Mein, Coke Classic

Afternoon Delight:Cool Ranch Doritos, peanuts in Coke Classic

Dinner: Glazed ham, French Fries, Black bean soup with sausage, corn bread, and Orange Cocanut Cake, Dos Equis

Bedtime snack: cinnamon toast

Be still my heart!
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Along these same lines, and not wanting to start a second food porn thread...

I'd like to know what you'd eat if you knew the end of the world would happen in one hour...

Here's me: 1 dozen krispy kreme donuts, washed down with this amazing chocolate milk from a nearby creamery.  Couple pieces of Chocolate-dipped cheesecake. Oyster po' boy sandwich, meatball sandwich, Pizzeria Uno pizza.

Now to figure out how to get to New Orleans for that sandwich and Vegas for that pizza with only one hour's time.  Then there's the problem of fitting it all in when gluten makes me instantly bloated.  Technicalities...Bah humbug!


Type O+ blogger, secretor afterall. Gluten intolerant. With two gluten intolerant sons:  A+ Secretor 10 yo (also fructose intolerant and slightly egg allergic), and  O- 7yo.
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Breakfast: bacon & eggs (the eggs are OK but the bacon is better with eggs) on wholemeal toast with butter; black tea with cow's milk.

Lunch: lobster thermidor.  Aperitif: amontillado sherry.  Drinks with: champagne (As should try to steer clear of fizzy drinks).  maybe a side dish or starter of black olives, roasted peppers & roasted aubergines.

Dinner: starter: moules marinieres with potato french fries (we call them chips over here and of course in the lands where moule marinieres are most eaten they are frites) with mayo.  More champers.  Main course: spaghetti bolognese plus paremsan cheese (yes I know, clash of cuisines here, French / Belgian starter and Italian main) with ciabatta bread on the side.   Red wine to drink, I know it is an A beneficial but I want it anyway.  More ciabatta or focaccia with a selection of cheeses, including brie, camembert & a blue cheese.  Rounding off with Vin Santo and a generous portion of cantuccini / biscotti to dunk in it.

Will this do?

I have not included a whole load of beverages as I have no desire whatever to drink sodas etc.  I would be drinking more black tea with cows milk throughout the day & maybe a cappucino with cows milk.
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What has amazed  me in this thread is how nearly everyone has gone for commercial junk foods rather than beloved "gourmet" stuff you can't have any more.

Is junk food all you used to eat pre BTD or is it just what you miss now?
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Oh no no no no no no....  we don't care if you like eggs or red wine,

DONG!!   DONG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

and where's yer snacks???

DONG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

...  otherwise, hmmm...  Nice Job!!    


Of course, there are some few stellar examples of fancy fare through the thread...   but I suspect we have

SLACKERS


lurking among the fine upstanding members of THIS A-VOID TROOP, and they figure they can S-l-l-l-l-ide On By  with a quickie junk food menu.  

LISTEN UP!!  


If Sarah can post a real-food menu, YOU CAN, TOO!!    


giiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiit   ON IT!!!!    


dismissed!!!    




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Given that the closest I have ever got to "Silver Service" was handing out the cutlery, I'll give this gourmet thing a shot.

To start the day the butler will bring me a warm wet face cloth to freshen my morning face, followed by a freshly squeezed brazilian orange juice. The oranges having been flown in on my private jet only this morning.

Breakfast will consist of smoked barracuda in a copper bean jus, with capers, leeks and black olives on a bed of genetically modified corn and sorghum cous cous.

My coffee will be made from the finest ethiopian bean hand picked by the local peasants. The 3 sugars and extra cream are befitting of my sweet nature.

After beating the servants for exercise and for their own good a hearty broth of thick black ale is required to quench my thirst and prepare me for lunch.

This will start with a crab and sweet corn soup heavily laden with sherry and cornflour, followed by baked honey(non-secretor) pork (freshly killed), oven baked bread, alfalfa sprouts, cauliflower and potatoes covered in a juniper and mustard relish served on the kneeling back of a local hippie.

The afternoon will consist of quaffing copious amounts of white wine and bollinger champagne in the presence of some comely wenches as I eat strawberry mouse off their nubile bodies.

Upon being carried in to the dining hall, appertifs will be served consisting of smoked octopus pate and cheese crackers with brandied blue cheese dip and rhubard sticks. The main course (cooked by my personal Indonesian chef) will be Serundeng with extra dessicated coconut and raw peanuts poured over the top of Sate Kambing (made from turtle instead of lamb) with a mixture of kidney, navy and tamarind beans tossed in a pistachio, poppy seed and cucumber salad. Dessert will be honeydew melon ice cream with rich chocolate sauce in the presence of afformentioned comely wenches.

Drunken debauchery shall prevail into the night with 12 year old scotch, tequila, and moet champagne in plentiful supply accompanied by toffee strawberries, creme caramel and biscotten torte.

In the quiet hours of the morning I shall indulge in a snifter of $1000 a glass port with a hand rolled cuban cigar (lit by the cuban himself) before retiring to my hand-made quail feathered bed.

Life is so hard on a limited budget don't you think.

Lord Aaron.


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It also pays to wear a christmas hat.



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gee shouldnt be to hard as i am new to BTD and all is fairly fresh for me

Breakfast,2 store bought eggs fried in lard , whole wheat toast with butter,tall glass of OJ to wash it down

snack black tea and a bagle n cream cheese

lunch, thick scicilian style pizza with extra sauce ,peporoni, and bacon,a Mt dew

snack (antacid) and a bag of M&M's

dinner, alaskan king crab legs,clams casino,and crab cakes,reg pepsi

one hr later two benadryl to stop the hives
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Oh pizza....pizza pizza pizza

How could I forget that one.


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