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san j
Friday, September 28, 2012, 11:55pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Wouldn't it be great if there were a Blood Type -compliant, all-inclusive:

- IV feedbag
- powdered or canned beverage
?

From time to time, I get sick of food and of the whole idea of it and preparation and planning of it.
I just got home from grocery shopping.
I think this would have been one of those few weeks out of the year when I would have simply bought a week's supply of "B Secretor Solution", had it been available, preferably in a slow drip or periodic infusion.  
One-stop eating for the Burnt Out.  


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Wow. I'm surprised anyone else at all would go for this idea.
This is one of those nights when dinner is a stalk of celery (Celery is turning out to be my [infrequent: Don't worry] default meal --- or an appetizer in the literal sense, i.e., a food that makes me okay with eating something more later).  


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What!   And lose the experience of preparing your meal and then cleaning up afterward.  What would you do with your spare time?   Count me in!


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Calling Dr. D'Adamo, calling Dr. D'Adamo.
Are you there?
Hello, NAP?

Move over, "Ensure"!  


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i would buy it. i spend so much time cooking for my family of 6! just to have one weekend out of the kitchen............
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you d be surprised how nutrition dense your meals could be using ara 6, live cell, harmonia, the protein content in your powder, etc

there s your powdered solution for those rainy days


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Quoted from Lola
you d be surprised how nutrition dense your meals could be using ara 6, live cell, harmonia, the protein content in your powder, etc

there s your powdered solution for those rainy days

I was provoking you, Lola.
How did I know it would be you who'd name those very products?  


...Still waiting for the kitchen-free IV bag, however...



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San J - Oh yes....I've definitely entertained this thought for many a year. Cooking year in and year out can be tedious at the very least...and I've other interests now. I would probably want to do this I.V. for 5 days a week and enjoy good food and company on the weekends.  
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After years of not being allowed to cook; I'm enjoying cooking whether half of the components are from cans (like canned pumpkin or rutabaga, or salmon.)

San J - it looks like you just lost out on manufacturing your million-dollar idea. But at least a rival didn't beat you to it.


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Quoted from Seraffa
San J - it looks like you just lost out on manufacturing your million-dollar idea. But at least a rival didn't beat you to it.





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No, I wouldn't want to lose out on the pleasures of eating tasty food. Prepackaged compliant foods would be nice though!


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Quoted from amyflood
just to have one weekend out of the kitchen............

Quoted from Dianne
I would probably want to do this I.V. for 5 days a week and enjoy good food and company on the weekends.

The KFD: The Kitchen-Free Diet.
Placate the unruly beast without pesky dishes or flatware.
No need to scuff up that just-waxed floor or run often to the trash bins.
Take the weekend off. All-u-need (sterile catheters, tubing, 1 L BT-compliant nutrient bags, hanger hook and collapsible pole, instructions) comes in a handy recyclable box. Available at NAP soon.
(Just kidding)  

PS: I really would take it through a straw, however, a meal at a time, if it were no muss/no fuss, i.e., no mixing. Just shake, pop it open and go. No need to step away from working/reading.



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I'm in.. not because I don't like cooking, but I cheat, and this would be so good that I had no need for the kitchen door to open at all.. hahaha

The protein powder however is to scratchy in the IV.. even in a smoothy it is like chalk.. so the smoothy could be a good substitute if it had some none fruit item like avocado in it just to build smoothness..  


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