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  • #91
    Originally posted by gopintos View Post
    Ok, hard to say. Tell me what you think ...

    I was doing mostly tators, then the oatmeal, then tried a tator recipe experiment pre-dinner time that left me wanting... and then my sister stopped by and said, hey since your DH wont be home till later, how about we go out to eat supper??!! ... and after much internal debate and trying to convince myself that yes, you can eat just a salad and then a little bit of arm twisting, I went.
    What? You are saying you are human? I had no idea.

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    • #92
      Originally posted by otzi View Post
      What? You are saying you are human? I had no idea.
      Yal I know. Most of the time, the kids look at me like I have two heads and from another planet....
      65lbs gone and counting!!

      Fat 2 Fit - One Woman's Journey

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      • #93
        I'm boring, that being said my breakfast 6/7 days a week is a hug bowl of oats I mix with boiling water then when it soaks up into a porridge I add a tablespoon of coconut oil, some agave and maple and BAM! Delicious way to start the day. I have zero issues and feel like a million bucks.

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        • #94
          Originally posted by Jenry Hennings View Post
          Humans have been cultivating wheat/grains since before the 'neolithic' age. Einkorn, having originated in modern day turkey i believe, and spelt have been part of the human diet for well over 10,000 years.
          10,000 years ago is the Early Neolithic to late Mesolithic.

          M.

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          • #95
            Originally posted by MEversbergII View Post
            10,000 years ago is the Early Neolithic to late Mesolithic.

            M.
            Thanks for clearing that up. But the key words being 'well over' as in pre 10,000 years, and so, during the late Palaeolithic era

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            • #96
              If you want to eat a low nutrition food that is simply 70+% sugar...go for it.
              Eating primal is not a diet, it is a way of life.
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              • #97
                Originally posted by Dirlot View Post
                If you want to eat a low nutrition food that is simply 70+% sugar...go for it.
                If we're being honest with ourselves, butter and coconut oil are nothing more than empty fat calories.

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                • #98
                  I've never liked any kind of gruel. I've eaten when there was nothing else to eat, but it often left me hungry. I used to make granola and that was tasty. I tend to prefer foods that require chewing.
                  Life is death. We all take turns. It's sacred to eat during our turn and be eaten when our turn is over. RichMahogany.

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                  • #99
                    When I eat them I put bacon and a runny egg on it. No sugar needed.

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                    • Can't eat them. They give me bloat and major carb crash. I actually do like them and like to bake with them, but no more. Not worth it. They are on the junk pile with the rest of the grain family.

                      I made apple crisp with ground almonds and raisins and butter as a topping. It worked out really well, although it didn't have the crunch factor that oats had. But, no crash afterwards. Will be making it again for the holidays, as I don't do too many paleo desserts.

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                      • Seems people who are gluten sensitive, are also sensitive to oats even if its gluten free..

                        Dr. Griffin has seen a correlation that some Celiacs and those with a gluten sensitivity, can also have a secondary intolerance to “avenin” a protein intolerance found in oats. As a result, even if certified gluten-free oats are consumed a reaction can occur.
                        Barbara Griffin, NMD, CNC, Certified Gluten Practitioner Offers Tips to Celiac Sufferers When Considering Adding Oats To Their Diet

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                        • Originally posted by APPLEGIRL View Post
                          Can't eat them. They give me bloat and major carb crash. I actually do like them and like to bake with them, but no more. Not worth it. They are on the junk pile with the rest of the grain family.

                          I made apple crisp with ground almonds and raisins and butter as a topping. It worked out really well, although it didn't have the crunch factor that oats had. But, no crash afterwards. Will be making it again for the holidays, as I don't do too many paleo desserts.
                          What's the recipe please Applegirl :-))

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                          • I do a paleo "rice" pudding with chia seeds sometimes. Lots better than oatmeal.

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                            • Originally posted by Dirlot View Post
                              If you want to eat a low nutrition food that is simply 70+% sugar...go for it.
                              Oats have plenty of nutrition. I could post dozens of studies on how oats are beneficial. And all they need is a spoonful of molasses and a banana.
                              Originally posted by Meghanner View Post
                              http://www.marksdailyapple.com/are-o...#axzz2jKzwceYp

                              Chocked full of anti-nutrient goodness!
                              When I crave porridge I soak ground chia and raw sprouted hemp overnight then gently warm it up with apples and cinnamon... Perhaps a bit more primal/paleo and certainly more nutrient dense.
                              You say they have anti nutrients and they eat chai and hemp? Firstly. not all antinutrients are bad. And if they were chai and hemp are way higher in them.
                              Last edited by Forgotmylastusername; 11-18-2013, 11:36 PM.

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                              • Originally posted by Liftinglife View Post
                                This post makes me wonder how many people know what this form is for/about?
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                                I hear ya....
                                Eating primal is not a diet, it is a way of life.
                                PS
                                Don't forget to play!

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