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With some cole slaw, biscuits, corn, beans, apple pie, whatever.  Must be the superbowl.  They said that some crazy amount of wings get eaten on Superbowl sunday.  Like 1.5 Billion.  Yes BILLION.  BILLION.  I mean, cmon.  All I could think about were those nasty, hormone laden, filthy chickens.  Eeeeewwwwww.  But they taste so good.  .  

There are even some food that are good for you that I really miss.  I haven't been eating soup because garlic and onions seem to mess with me and either or both are like in every soup you can imagine.  

I want a waffle house waffle too.  With maple syrup and butter.  Some bacon.  Actually links or patties I like better even.  

A beer.  Some corn chips and dip.  Any kind of dip.  Gravy.  I miss gravy.  A freakin seafood sub from Cousins.  A double helping of that fake crab meat.  Meatballs......  Tomato soup with a toasted cheese.  

And the coup de grace, Doughnuts.  I got to thinking about sweets and I think the ones I miss the most are doughnuts.  I loved those croissant types that have glazed sugar on top.  And then sometimes some melted chocolate.  I really like a cheese danish.  Or really any kind of danish.  Blueberry, cherry, whatever.  Coffee cake.  Jelly filled doughnuts.  Boston cream filled.  Oh yeah.  Oh yeah, those are sooooooo good.  Oh man.  That's probably the one I miss the most.  


Grrrrrr......  

Sorry to tempt any of you all.  But sometimes I just gotta talk about it.  


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Well, it didn't tempt me in the least, so just have at it if it helps to get it off your chest!! In fact, I turned just slightly sick at the thought of such "heathen" food!! KFC chicken - yikes to the nth!!! The only one here finally closed down because people don't want all that grease anymore. That make-believe "jelly" in doughnuts never had any taste to me. Another yikes! And all that old "creamy" mess of chemicals called fillings is enough to make my stomach get really nervous. Come on, JJR, can't you come up with something really sinfully good!?!


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Too funny but good to get it off your chest. And I thought that my craving for 100% rye bread toasted was decadent! The smell drives me crazy with c ravings and both my husband and son are in the habit of having it on the weekends.
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Is it really all that bad?  It's been a really long time since I've had any of that.  

Well what if the boston cream filled doughnut was from really pure ingredients.  But yeah, if I had one now, it might not strike me as all that good.  But I miss that combo of goopy and bready together.  The closest thing I get is oats.  Which is really good too.  But more of a healthy kind of good.  I'm thinking about starting to put raisins in it for that dessert kind of flavor.  I usually just eat it with nuts. I do add a little bit of honey though.

But I still think Waffle House waffles are awesome.  I don't think I'd dislike them now.  Especially with some REAL maple syrup.  And honestly, I think I'd like KFC.  In fact, you don't have me convinced that none of that stuff I mentioned wouldn't taste really good.  .  


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Ohhhhhh, I see. So, JJR, you are going by how these things tasted a looooong time ago. Just please don't mess up a good thing only to find out that your memory or current ways of corrupting food has played a major "sick" trick on you!!


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A cardboard waffle? Give me a BREAK!!  


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Awesome healthy food is available to us every day. I'm having some cravings myself,  but I sense there's a chemical, not emotional value to it.  

It's rough, though...

So, hmmmmm... What's missing? What's out of balance?
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You're making me hungry for some good food, JJR. I am going to have an absolutely delicious small banana chia and flax seed muffin sweetened with a tad of maple syrup and veggie glycerin. I might even put a little sugar-beet syrup on top! A feast, I tell you!!


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I bet if you did eat all that stuff now - it wouldn't taste the way you remember it. I know I couldn't drink a soda now if I wanted too - way toooooo sweet. I know I get craving every now and then - but then if I do submit to them - the food didn't taste as good as I remembered it. I think my taste buds have improved to like things that are good for me and reject the things that are not.


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. . A beer. . .


How about a beer?  

Beer is Superfood on my Nomad SWAMI; how about yours?  



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Funny you mention "goopy and bready" as what is driving you doughnut-ward; I just had "lunch": Toasted bagel with almond butter and raspberry jam...yup - even the jam! When the toasted bagel first emerges from the toaster, it's hot and crisp. Then, when you spread the almond butter on it, it gets - yes - goopy and melts. Then you put the jam on it for sweetness, but it's a subtle sweetness, tempered by the almonds - better, I think, than that really strong doughnut-sugar-hit.

And I definitely understand the KFC craving, but it's complicated - important to parse it, to determine what you can compliantly do about it.
It looks like you're craving Fried Food in a pretty big way.
Fry up some kind of compliant-ly filled dumpling/roll and serve it with a bbq-type sauce and a slaw.

There are all sorts of things you can do with turkey, including skewering and grilling/broiling.
The ingredient I think you'd have the hardest time subbing for is...Corn. Nothing in the world tastes like corn.

I think you should take your Cravings List seriously, JJR, and be ready for when those moods hit, with recipes you've tweaked when feeling more balanced. Then you'll just make them, and head the whole thing off.
Meantime, recognize what your, say, half-dozen Irreplaceables are, and I say allot them each a day in the year. If you feel you're really missing a Kentucky-Fried Chicken Leg, or an order of wings from such-and-such place, then order that on Super Sunday every year. If you love cornbread stuffing, have it only on Thanksgiving - that sort of thing.

Or - just say that Super Sunday is the one day when you go for the "whole 9 yards"   and get the biscuit and slaw and corn, too, and have a good time with your friends who are celebrating that way.

I don't know how religious you are about all this, but since Dr. D'Adamo, for instance, has never (to my mind) codified Commandments, you need to factor-in your happiness to your program and cut yourself the kind of slack that will permit ongoing sanity.
Everyone has to decide that for him/her self and, perhaps, periodically re-assess.
Good Luck.


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I enjoyed reading about your fantasies about food. We all have certain cravings!
I also like to talk about food & often ask someone what food will be served at an event. I don't plan to eat it, but I just like to know what food is there.
Maybe it's like someone wanting to know what clothing people wore at an event, something I probably wouldn't ask about.

Yes, I am a food voyeur!!! (I think that is the spelling.)    


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EGG ROLLS!!!  Yes, I've been wanting an egg roll.  

For the benefit of some of you, no I won't go out and eat these things and haven't in a lOOOOOOOng time.  I do sometimes want to venture into a crazy treat every now and then, but I pretty much stopped that a long time ago.  Sugar things make me feel weak, rev my heart up and I basically don't want to do anything for a couple of hours.  Even my voice gets weak.  

But yeah, I think you're right San j.  Probably because it's winter and it's freaking cold up here, I'm craving fried food.  Extra calories for the cold weather I guess.  I did have some sweet potato chips tonight with dinner.  That's fried.  

The other thing is I wish I could just eat like everyone else and have it not kick my butt.  Because sometimes it's just convenient.  I have to plan so carefully where to go and when and how to eat.  And if I don't, I pay for it.  At least I have in the past.  I think I'm getting a little stronger.  But my giving in is a 1/4 piece of rye toast when I order an omelet at my local diner once in a while.   And my 80 calories of dark chocolate per day.  For a long time I didn't crave sweet things at all.  I do put about a teaspoon and a half of honey in my oatmeal or rice at night.  But for a long time I didn't do that.  I have increased that lately and finally have a taste for it.  You really can't taste that too much though.  Now the chocolate is sweet.  But I don't think I could do much more than that little bit I do.  A full doughnut would send me into a panic attack probably.  .  

I do want to try and find healthy alternatives and try them.  I bought some oat flour and would like to make some pancakes or waffles with it.  I don't really do maple syrup lately.  I suppose I could try it.  

Gravy too.  I used to love food with gravy.  And I haven't really eaten that too much.  I do get turkey at my local diner and have them put it on the side.  And I've been starting to eat a little of that.  I would like to learn how to make my own.   And have the energy to.  I just baked 3 lbs of ground turkey and there was tons of juice left over.  It would make a good gravy I bet.  I've just never done it.  And at present I'm beat with the regiment I currently have cooking and cleaning up.

So anyways......  Yeah, I just like to talk about food.  When I was little, I was picky.  Real picky.  But my Mom made me try everything.  And then when I got into my 20's, I'd eat anything.  And enjoyed a LOT of it.  I ate like a horse.  Now, I'm back to my childhood.  Not because I want to, but because my body deemed so.  I would rather try to function than eat something that messes with the little bit of vitality I have.  


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How about a beer?  

Beer is Superfood on my Nomad SWAMI; how about yours?  


People with Lyme Disease don't do well on alcohol.  I've had a few sips of wine a couple of years ago and it just seemed to inflame me.  



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A cardboard waffle? Give me a BREAK!!  


No no.  Waffle house waffles are the best waffles you can get.  Up here, if you go into a restaurant, they're only "belgium style" waffles.  They're super thick and you have to soak them with syrup in order to eat them.  Which then just makes them gross.  Even before I stopped eating bad food I never liked those belgium waffles.  If you don't soak them with something, they're too dry.  And if you do soak them, it's ridiculous.  Waffle house waffles, the perfect thickness and flavor.  Yes, those are good.  That's my veiwpoint.  

Mrs T, what do you crave or miss or really like?  


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I miss a good chinese dish.  Like beef and broccoli over white rice in all that goopy goodness.  

Comfort food for the winter I guess.  


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I miss a good chinese dish.  Like beef and broccoli over white rice in all that goopy goodness.  

Comfort food for the winter I guess.  


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It would make a good gravy I bet.


add any compliant flour to that when still hot, stirring constantly, until you get the right consistency and no clumps......ghee added in is great as well


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No no.  Waffle house waffles are the best waffles you can get.  


No no. They're not. You haven't eaten mine!  Yes, I've eaten at Waffle House - I do believe twice in my life. But compliant stuff is just so much better! I think I have to get off this subject..... I get sick just thinking about eating stuff that nearly kills people!  


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add any compliant flour to that when still hot, stirring constantly, until you get the right consistency and no clumps......ghee added in is great as well


Ghee - and any compliant oils. I hear you wanting oil, JJR. And for crispiness:
It only takes the lightest dusting of flour/starch to deliver crispness upon frying, if the oil is good and H-O-T, when you drop your item into it.
Always drain on absorbent toweling.

Another way to caramelize - instead of fry - is, as you know, to roast - and this can be done in pan, oven or on grill.

Hot food, roasted food, caramelized food, soups, stews and oilier food, somewhat darker, richer, meatier/gamier flavors -- these can, as I see it, help you address the particular cravings you're having, as I understand them. I would balance these flavors with some light/sour/sweet/acidic flavors, such as Asian slaw and other dressings, citrus glazes, etc., as permitted you, to get the full range of flavor profiles that will keep you very contentedly compliant. Remembering your craving for egg rolls, I'm thinking about Peter's beloved Stuffed Cabbage: Consider stuffing steamed cabbage leaves with a turkey/veg chinese-style stuffing, battering these and then frying, making a gingery lemon tamari or ponzu dipping sauce...

And, yes, if you were in better health, I'd emphasize what I posted in my other post, above, but, seeing as you're not, just make big pots/trays of stuff if you can, and eat leftovers, or cook in stages. I'm a big fan of cold Chinese food, myself, friend.
Best of luck!


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I enjoyed reading about your fantasies about food. We all have certain cravings!
I also like to talk about food & often ask someone what food will be served at an event. I don't plan to eat it, but I just like to know what food is there.
Maybe it's like someone wanting to know what clothing people wore at an event, something I probably wouldn't ask about.

Yes, I am a food voyeur!!! (I think that is the spelling.)    


Me too! I always ask about food, what did people have for dinner on the phone, and I love hearing about what there was at special events. At christmas time I liked looking at all the mince pies, christmas cake, flapjacks and things laid out on the table for pudding, it sort of made me feel happy (I'd made my own compliant dark chocolate mousse) and I kept encouraging everyone to have clotted cream with their mince pies-I used to adore clotted cream! One of my sisters pointed it out I also go through phases of watching loads of food documentaries. The other day I started watching one where they were making butternut squah ravioli, but then I got really annoyed about how much health destroying wheat is used by chefs in general and turned off in disgust lol. I wish there were some health concious-gluten free/paleo/blood type diet T.V chefs around. They would have such a good influence on the health of the public! I think that will come though actually, as alternative nutritional messages reach the mainstream more.  

Sorry I got a bit of the topic of this thread. But I guess I'm saying-I know it wouldn't cut it for some, but for me it's possible to enjoy avoids vicariously sometimes, and quite a harmless way of doing so
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I sometimes crave a banana smoothie, not sure why though because i didn't like them before btd! (of course bananas are now avoid). Oh and real tiramisu, i don't like/never liked oily fried things but creamy things are my vice
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I am not about to throw away years of eating right for some plate of garbage. No way. I have never in my life since I was grown been one to eat a whole slice of pie, cake, bar of candy, even a sandwich with two slices of bread at once! Can you believe that?! Well, it is true. Crank up some will power, folks, this stuff is catching to the vulnerable. Almost like alcohol to a alcoholic. I bet some of you have already decided to "eat just a little of this or that."  Get away from that thought already. There is no good whatsoever in suffering from playing with temptation. And we certainly don't want to be on here whining about all those aches and pains that this sort of thing brings on. Do we?


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JJR complete of mine ...remember the 500% more damage while having been off those junks...and then re-introducing it  

Isn't there any *temptation thread about no-no's* ........and hey all of us do cherrish mental eroticismes likewise.....but be aware first ther's a thought...next is action ....


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Gravy is easy to make. Start with the liquid from cooking meat, or some bone broth, or even packaged broth if you can find a compliant one. Add some rice flour (or other compliant flour) and heat while stirring with a whisk. Use about one tablespoon flour per cup of broth. Add salt and/or other spices to taste, if needed.

If you're really craving waffles, get a waffle iron and make your own. It sounds to me like you're craving fatty food in general- and since you're looking to gain weight, it may be wise to feed that particular craving, just make sure you do it in a healthy way.


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