The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 15
Posted By: Edna O+, non
In Response To: DeBoles--from where? (Michelle (A+ non-secretor))
Deboles artichoke pasta is totally inedible, at least to this Type O!!!!!!
I will never forget the time I tried it, back in my pasta heyday (hayday? It tasted like hay, that's fer shure). Can we tawk? I had to SPIT IT OUT right there at the table like a cat with a furball!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Embarrassing!!!!! I was a friend at the time and she first thought I was dying or something and was jumping around like a little bird from foot to foot asking "Are you okay?" When I finally had regained my faculties enough to answer and she figured out that I was--possibly--going to pull through, she *literally* was ROFLHBO! But I was NOT amused. That stuff was AWFUL. And, btw, if you are avoiding wheat, don't eat it because the main ingredient is still wheat. As an A, you may not be too worried about that, but I notice you are a non-secretor, so I just thought I'd mention it.
Anyway....give it a whirl, maybe you will love it! ^heidi^ doesn't want me scaring people away from Raja's Cup anymore, so I assume I'm not to scare anyone away from trying anything new. Therefore, let me be clear that this is just my little ole' opinion...let anyone who LOVES Deboles chime in an share, too! But, I think when one has a strong (!) opinion on/experience with a food being discussed, it is good to share it--whether positive or negative--and the vehemence of my opinion on this one trumps even my view of cilantro *L*!!!!!!
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Michelle (A+ non-secretor) -- Tuesday, 27 February 2001, at 2:17 p.m.
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