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    Just curious about what each of you have or had a hard time giving up!


    Me, it's peanut butter...

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    Bananas. Love the hell out of &#39;em.

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      I was thinking of starting a thread along the same line.


      Fruit

      Rice - I don&#39;t eat it as often anymore but if I cheat, it had better be rice.

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        Chronic cardio - I&#39;m running what may very well be my last marathon on Sunday after 25 years of nearly daily running and going 100% Primal on Monday.


        I feel like I&#39;m leaving my wife for another woman.

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          TOAST.

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            Yeah, ditto on peanuts and pb...uh that kind.


            The last I bought was unsalted in the shell. Unsalted, not as tasty as salted, and the sodium thing. In the shell, not so many per unit of time.


            I find that fruit is easier to give up as time goes by, although I still sure do love it. Bananas were easy knowing how many starch carbs and sugar carbs are in them.

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              Crack. Kidding, no bad posts.


              Soda. That was hard.

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                I try to make up for the peanut butter by eating the organic unsalted kind. So goddamn addictive!!!


                Another thing I couldn&#39;t give up on but eventually did was cheese... I feel so much better now!

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                  Chocolate, wine. I love Green & Black&#39;s 85%, and there&#39;s nothing like Red Cat red wine.


                  Other than that... I&#39;m drawn to fine cheeses.


                  I try to limit myself.

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                    Diana Renata, dark chocolate and wine are part of the primal diet, though. Do you consider that something to give up on?

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                      I think I maybe the odd one out... Please don&#39;t raise your eyebrow in disbelief if I say that I don&#39;t miss anything...

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                        .o

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                          Strong English tea with skimmed milk. I drink it by the pint. Why skimmed? I&#39;ve been drinking it since I was 16 and can&#39;t stand the taste, smell and texture of any other kind of milk.


                          Aside from that, posh chocolate. I&#39;m not talking about Green & Black 85% - which is good, yes. I&#39;m actually a member of the Hotel Chocolat Chocolate Tasting Club. I get selection boxes every few months or so and go through tasting and ranking each chocolate. They are not all dark, and the filling are most certainly not primal. They&#39;re in my 20%.


                          Oh and I do eat cheese, but make it goat or sheep, usually.

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                            Popcorn!


                            Huddled up next to my hubby on the loveseat, watching a DVD. Gotta do it once a week.


                            It&#39;s such a good vehicle for getting in a few tablespoons of coconut oil!

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                              White chocolate. I think the fat is good, but I know the sugar is bad.

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