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jayney-O
Tuesday, February 6, 2007, 6:28pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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this is earth shaking! maybe it is too soon to rejoice, but seem to have lost my passion. my obsessive craving for cheese! I hope it turns into a coffe like thing...I quit coffee, still love the smell, but never am tempted to drink it....its over, its just over...
(fingers crossed on the cheese!)

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wish you make it happen as you did with coffee!!
great work!


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Thank you for keeping us informed.

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AWESOME to see how your body adjusts to what is right!
I stay away from dairy as I have done for years as the results of having it are too painful!!
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jayney-O
Wednesday, February 14, 2007, 11:18pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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yeah, well, its getting easy to forgo cheese, tho tonite...("tonite,... tonite") we're making homemade pizza, spelt crust, sheep cheese, etc. But next day, back to the cheese free zone.
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Jayney, I need to get into the cheese free zone. I've been affording myself too much cheese as of late; even though it is goat cheese.


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jayney-O
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good for you, Drea, you can do it! just have it less than once a week and it 'll sort of lose its power...
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It's strange how that happens, isn't it? I used to eat whole hunks of cheddar and provolone and get pizza with extra cheese, and dump a ton of parmesan on my spaghetti. Now I use grated pecorino or manchego once in a while, or (as a very occasional treat) put some thin slices of fresh mozzarella on meat loaf, or have a little chevre on a slice of fresh pear or apple . . . but the craving is long gone.


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The longest craving I ever had was to corn products...  When I stopped eating it, I wanted everything corn.  Fortunately, my wife kept slapping my hands, (figuratively), and after three weeks, I noticed this huge empty feeling under my ears in the head...  Just one bite of a dessert with corn syrup made me realize that there was a tremendous headache I had been living with for ?how long?  

I still get some of those headaches as the body clears the old junk out but it can't go on forever!!!


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awesome, ABJoe!
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