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  • Someone ate Half a large Sugar/Flour Cake Last Night

    along with two red apples and two yellow bananas

    and besides feeling sluggish the next morning, everything else is running smoothly.

    I'm Lucky, I guess. Won't do it again any time soon, but the delicious cake was definitely delicious.

  • #2
    I can't make it through most pieces of cake now without feeling sick halfway through.

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    • #3
      I ate more than a half a pound of See's Candy on Mother's Day, and then washed that down with about 5 oreos.

      Will I do it again any time soon? Nope.

      Did I do it because it was Mother's Day and my two small children are driving me to the brink of a maximum security prison? Yes.

      Did it taste good? Absolutely.

      Did I suffer *any* deleterious effects? Not a one.

      So I'll see your 1/2 cake and raise you oodles of pure glucose.

      Love Always,

      The Devil

      p.s. must add that my sprints were phenomenal yesterday... HAR!

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      • #4
        I ate a slice of cake and 2 cookies today... for no other reason than they were free and laid before me on a large table. I have very little will power when it comes to cake.

        I am, however, paying for it now... lets just say that my stomach is not agreeing with what I put in it.
        "Canned food is a perversion,' Ignatius said. 'I suspect that it is ultimately very damaging to the soul."
        - John Kennedy Toole (A Confederacy of Dunces)

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        • #5
          Don't worry, fruit is anti-cake.. They canceled one another out!
          I made a birthday cake for my boyfriend last week and ate about a quarter of it. I'll do it again next year, too...

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          • #6
            Originally posted by secretlobster View Post
            Don't worry, fruit is anti-cake.. They canceled one another out!
            I made a birthday cake for my boyfriend last week and ate about a quarter of it. I'll do it again next year, too...
            I did the same thing but at least it was a carrot cake made with almond meal and coconut nectar. The frosting, OTOH, was cream cheese and powdered sugar. I threw it out after a couple of days as I knew I would continue stuffing it in over the next week.

            If anyone has to make a cake and they like carrot, this is REALLY GOOD and easy to sub slightly more primal ingredients.

            Gluten Free Carrot Cake Recipe | Elana's Pantry
            Buy house, Demolish house, Build house.

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            • #7
              lol... i am glad i came across this thread!

              Last weekend we went out to a all you can eat sushi dinner (at a good sushi joint, so not so scary) I was planning on just eating the fish off whatever came around, but, after seeing a little sign about keeping costs down and not "turning the sushi into sashimi" I ended up eating more rice than I have eaten for 5 months... I saw it as my "20 percent"...

              I definitely did notice a change in my sleep that night, as four days into going paleo my sleep changed over from a lifelong struggle to waking up in the same position I went to sleep in! So I tossed and turned a bit and did feel a bit sluggish the next day, but none of my fingers or toes fell off and I was good to go the next evening!

              I have the big FIVE-OH comin up in the beginning of june and if I don't jump off a verrrry high building before that, I am going to have a big piece of pizza and a piece of the best damn cannelloni this dago has ever had (Cosetta's in st paul...YUMMM)... and it aint gonna matter one bit!

              I LOVE PRIMAL AND WHAT IT HAS DONE TO MY SO CALLED LIFE!! (and will always be indebted to Mark and the blog that finally put me over the edge!)

              Mark

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              • #8
                I ate a whole whoopie pie on Mother's Day. It was handmade by one of the best scratch bakers I know who is not me, and the money I spent on it went to support our youth mission teams. It was every bit worth it, and I'll do it again next year!
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                "We have all the food groups- meat and chocolate".

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                • #9
                  I was feeling pretty killer today when I went grocery shopping. I ate a chocolate bar and a half. Not. Feeling. Good. Right. Now.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by gojirama View Post
                    I ate a whole whoopie pie on Mother's Day. It was handmade by one of the best scratch bakers I know who is not me, and the money I spent on it went to support our youth mission teams. It was every bit worth it, and I'll do it again next year!
                    I started reading that first line as "I ate a whole wheel of cheese AND pooped in the refrigerator."

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                    • #11
                      Bwahaha! I would if I ate a wheel of cheese.
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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by gojirama View Post
                        Bwahaha! I would if I ate a wheel of cheese.
                        Ha ha, that reminds me of the time my friend's dog got into the fridge and ate a whole stilton. It wasn't pretty!
                        Gluten intolerance and hypermobility syndrome http://www.cfids.org/pdf/joint-hypermobility-guide.pdf

                        Eat food. Mostly real. Enjoy life.

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