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  • #46
    I used to love oatmeal, I like the taste of paper as well though so that doesn't say much (seriously I do)
    Glad not to be eating anymore: milky chocolate that would make me feel sick but I'd continue eating anyway...
    “There is immeasurably more left inside than what comes out in words…”
    — Fyodor Dostoevsky

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    • #47
      BEANS!!!
      I forced myself for years to try to stuff these down and even tried to suggest "meatless Mondays" to my husband so we could get more of this superfood rich in protein, fiber and blah, blah, blah in our lives. (He refused this change...smart man.)

      I was so delighted to find a WOE that told me I never had to consume these dense, mushy, bland pods of disgustingness ever again.

      I'm also mad we wasted so much time eating turkey burgers on whole wheat buns. Yuck

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      • #48
        - Western-based tofu concoctions. Believe me, I used to genuinely like the Chinese buddhist restaurants that served faux fish and faux pork, but Western varieties of stuff, such as Boca Burgers, taste like shit.
        - Oats. Thank goodness they're no longer healthy. I forced myself to start the day with these, and I was also starving by lunch.
        - Anything high-fiber. I felt I was obligated to eat it (although I did kind of like the taste), but now I have no fiber obligations, so I couldn't care less about eating more high-fiber grains
        - Chicken skin and dark meat. Chicken FEET. God, I missed those. Pork ears, too.
        - Ditto on the Subway. I thought the bread tasted awful, but it was supposed to be "healthy" =/
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        • #49
          -Anything with artificial sweeteners. I hate the taste of that crap and used to make myself eat low fat yogurt with artificial sweetenders - yuck!

          -Ground turkey breast!! I hate it with a passion. Everyone always said - "try it in my turkey chili (or burgers or meatballs) - you can't even tell it's not beef"!! Never once did it taste even close to beef.

          -Low fat anything.
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          • #50
            Originally posted by jammies View Post
            Everyone always said - "try it in my turkey chili (or burgers or meatballs) - you can't even tell it's not beef"!! Never once did it taste even close to beef.
            A friend once made me chicken sloppy joes. I didn't want to be impolite, but it was so hard to choke down.

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            • #51
              I love you all. What a most excellent thread! Agree, agree, AGREE and sadly can't think of anything new to add.
              Fighting fibromyalgia and chronic myofascial pain since 2002.

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              Our bodies crave real food. We remain hungry as long as we refuse to eat real food, no matter how much junk we stuff into our stomachs. ~J. Stanton

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              • #52
                I still like chicken breast. Yes, many other meats are more delicious, but if it's not overcooked it can be pretty good. This post is talking about turkey, but the same rules apply to chicken:
                Should You Cook Your Turkey in Parts? | Serious Eats

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                • #53
                  I'm glad to be rid of all things tofu, all the fake burgers, dogs, that squidgy cheese that won't melt right, "textured vegetable protein" instead of ground meat.
                  Also glad to be rid of the excessively fibrous cereals like Kashi, All Bran, Shredded Wheat, etc.
                  Oatmeal looks like puke and is only palatable with lots of brown sugar.
                  Rice Cakes are circles of styrofoam. The styrofoam might actually taste better. Couldn't taste worse.

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                  • #54
                    I actually miss this stuff. It was seriously tasty.


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                    • #55
                      Anything low fat.
                      Oatmeal, just a pile of bland mush. Pretty much anything sweet for breakfast, pancakes, cereal, yogurt with fruit. If I want to eat in the morning I want something savory, eating something sweet never felt satisfying.
                      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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                      • #56
                        Slurpees. I used to have 1-2 everyday for all of grade 8 (I'm very surprised I was not obese). Now when I see people drinking them, I want to throw up! How do people consume so much refined sugar in such a short period of time? Bleh!

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                        • #57
                          I was totally feigned by the 'carb loading' propaganda. I would eat tons and tons of pasta before athletic events, sometimes the night before and sometimes a few hours before. I survived it, but I'm sure I would have been faster/stronger had I known.

                          Fiber also really got me. I ate tons of fiber thinking that was good, but it was wrecking my gut.

                          Stuffing down whole wheat bread with peanut butter (to combine proteins) while chugging tons of milk got old after a while too. This also goes for rice/beans, noodles/peas, rice/beans/peas, etc.

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                          • #58
                            Bread - any sort! I've cheated on it once or twice, and it just tastes of nothing these days. I used to love it, but it doesn't appeal at all any more. It looks good, but it is a disappointment in reality.

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                            • #59
                              Really cheap curry flavour instant noodles. I used to love them but they always made me feel awful afterwards (hmmm wonder why - I doubt there was anything natural or unprocessed in them).

                              Cordial like Ribena or Robinsons Fruit and Barley that you dilute to drink - might as well just stir a few teaspoons of sugar into water. I used to drink tons of this every night and was expecting to miss it but I haven't at all. Same goes for Diet Coke.

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                              • #60
                                Oh god, TVP.... I forgot about that. I had no idea that things with ground beef could be good, because of all the TVP chili, sloppy joes and shepherds pies I had spend years eating. It never absorbed sauces....

                                I always hated veggie chili too. Nothing made me gag more than veggie chili- no fat to cut the spices. I'd end up eating a little chili with my cheese, sour cream and onions. People spent hours making that nasty shit.

                                So funny- my husband now wants REAL bacon.... he ate it the real once and the veggie bacon went into the trash.

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