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  • So what does it mean when you dream about toast?

    Had a funny dream that I can remember every detail of this morning. I was at a restraunt and had lemon preserves on toast. I have not touched toast in 8 months. My brain must still want toast and jam at a very subconscious level.

    Anyone else have dreams where they eat neolithic foods they no longer touch?

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    Originally posted by Karma View Post
    Had a funny dream that I can remember every detail of this morning. I was at a restraunt and had lemon preserves on toast. I have not touched toast in 8 months. My brain must still want toast and jam at a very subconscious level.

    Anyone else have dreams where they eat neolithic foods they no longer touch?
    Actually, I can't remember the last time I ate in a dream. I don't know that I've EVER eaten in a dream, primal or otherwise.
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      I had a dream the other night about pasta. For some reason I was working in an upscale, trendy hotel and someone ordered pasta from room service. I had to scoop it up with my hand and put it on a weird purple, rectangular, paper-plate and then go through a series of corridors and elevators to get to their room. By the time I got there the plate was soggy and my hand was burning because the pasta was really hot. Then I woke up.
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        it means you over think food to much... meaning you think your deprived and your brain is getting the diet message, whether you want to admit it or not.
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