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macawluver
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For me, it is most definitely Avacados. Everytime I eat them, I feel WONDERFUL for hours!!

What is yours??
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I have two foods. One is kale, the other is blueberries. When I eat them, my body smiles all over. Just can't get enough of them!


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Hmmm. Too many to count.
I always feel good when I have something made from soy beans, like tofu, miso soup, natto, etc. Also, when I eat oatmeal and soy milk, I feel nice and warm inside.


Out & About in Tokyo...
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Beef, hands down!!



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Beef and broccoli.  

Debra


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Beef and buffalo. Makes me feel all's right with the universe (there's an O perspective for ya!)


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FOOD for THOUGHT, Super Beneficial 4 All Blood Types!
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buffalo and beef, in that order
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Bison, Kale, Broccoli


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beef, deer meat, fresh fish (beneficial), broccoli, kale, swiss chard, spinach, onions, garlic...they all act in concert...but to narrow it down I'll say red meat and beneficial greens

where do you guys get the bison?
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This conversation is way to "O" slanted!  A meal of sweet potato with ghee, and a couple of lamb chops makes my psyche sing all the next day!


OUCH!!   My dogma was just run over by my karma!
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in older times it was café.....

today...hm....all kinds of fresh fruits like nektarines, peaches,berries and then salads just things
non-cooked...fresh...= livings = vivid and a bit of lamb or rabbit very yum-yum but this not raw


pst...of course best of best = red bell peppers cooked with oignons and garlici to dye
for yuuuuuummmmiiiiie or red bell peppers filled with softcheese but here raw,too
woooaaaooooaaaa

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All these are like oil in my bones:

Olive oil, turmeric, curry (or rather Balti masala* w/o the avoids: "black mustard seeds"? - am in process of collecting the spices to mix by myself).  

Banana, Guava (in Autumn).

Artichoke.

Codfish: my Daily Bread. I feel light, I feel strong. I function well - Thank God! - and i am very pleased with my decisions (what a novelty!).  

Oops, I forgot 2 guardians: Kohlrabi on my right and Parsley (upgrades the te'hina and turns it green & lovely) on my left.


*) I discovered the Balti cuisine only 8 years ago and was fascinated - it felt so right, a feeling of home, though my origin is so far away, and my actual home cuisine was a Hungarian-Lithuanian combination.



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ooowow dear yael, may I give you some baltic addresses of same origins?? but more the side of
Lithuania .... and also with cashroute  
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Cashroute, mind you, now that i don't take neither meat NOR milk... But you are right, no sea-fruit either (avoids anyway)... and some fish that don't have fins or skales or both... like Sea-devil... (deep sigh)

They say that no human being leaves this world with even half of his lust in his hands...  

I wonder if I ever have the guts to go to the Baltic Sea and visit my late father's home land... For relaxation he loved to go to the Niemen River and fish... and I am a fan of Tim Dalton, and fishing is his hobby too...

AND my psychotherapist is AB and was born on August 13 and he is so handsome and he is always amazaed by how much he can see through a person. And this Wednesday I told him about you, and he admitted there must be something to it after all. Yes.




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Kale, beef, collard greens, shad, nutritional/brewer's yeast, fresh-roasted pumpkin seeds in the shell, blueberries


"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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woaoaw yael give him a biiiig from me too  perhaps he knows Jean Klein too , so far he knows about *what's he is not.......* oooo h
yael...perhaps here lays the key of my AB-conterfy....hug him twice  

I made my friend in Teutonia, nearby the swiss frontiere to the fist leading woman for
jewish peoples coming from Russia and also older-one living since longer times in BRD outta baltic countries....wow how good it was to have met her...if not all this was on my back ......took my fly and fight syndrome first and...ciao...went away .....
better so for her...now she has a fine occupation
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Fullfat yoghurt, watermelon and broccoli (not in one serving )
And really dark chocolate
it must be a mistake that it is not rated beneficial for B´s  


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Diamonds, superfoods, Neutral,*black dots, avoids

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peanuts, kale/broccoli slaw, kohl slaw (when kohlrabi is in season), fresh pineapple, tamari roasted pumpkin seeds...


It is not my responsibility to convince anyone of anything.
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goat chops, broccoli, beets, beets greens, and of course GHEE


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A glass of goats milk with a spoonful or two (or three, depends on the glass size!) of blackstrap molasses in it.  Pure energy.


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I think........
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For me, kale, freshly steamed artichokes and blackberries.
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Baked sweet potato, topped with ghee and sardines or cod.

Lamb chops with steamed broccoli and red onion.

Smoothie:  goat yogurt, juice (concord grape and cranberry) frozen blueberries, frozen cherries, nutritional yeast, freshly ground flaxseeds.

Toasted rice cake topped with almond/walnut butter and blackstrap molasses.

Fresh vegetables juice:  carrot, kale, collard greens, parsley, red bell pepper.....

How can I choose???  !!!



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Let me not pass you by in quest
of some rare and perfect tomorrow.
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If I only get one, it's beef. Extra rare, please!
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FRESH spinach, no canned Popeye stuff for me!


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