You guys are hilarious
You guys are hilarious
while i've not yet reached level 10 primal and hate the smell of pizza (;)) if you have a box fan, find a window that's not in your room, open it and face the fan outwards. it'll blow the scent out by pulling air in from outside the domicile
I find that I can smell the rancid oils in a lot of cooking....very nasty.
[QUOTE=bloodorchid;1021098]while i've not yet reached level 10 primal and hate the smell of pizza (;)) if you have a box fan, find a window that's not in your room, open it and face the fan outwards. it'll blow the scent out by pulling air in from outside the domicile[/QUOTE]
I don't think the fact that it was pizza is what made me dislike the smell. If it was a really high quality pizza with olive oil as a primary ingredient (instead of soybean oil), it might have smelled quite a bit, well... Nicer. :D
Cori, I too find that I can taste vegetable oils in the food I eat. It doesn't register as "bad" necessarily, but as rather, a little... "Off" is the word to use I guess.
The only food I really hate the smell of is seafood. Makes me sick, especially tuna.
[QUOTE=Forgotmylastusername;1021197]The only food I really hate the smell of is seafood. Makes me sick, especially tuna.[/QUOTE]
Poorly cooked seafood or improperly prepared seafood has an awful odor. It smells great if it's done up right though. :)
I even hate the smell of it raw. lol. Especially prawns. I've never been able to eat seafood because of it. I don't mind overcooked calamari rings because they're rather tasteless.
[QUOTE=cori93437;1021081]I'm not so sure about that.
While my husband has changed his diet very gradually to mostly 'Primal', following me as he has seen the positive changes in my health, he has not read the book and does not read any other articles or information... nor do I tend to discuss details of the plan, or much reasoning. I keep things simple. He asks a few questions and I tell him short answers such as "the natural fats such as humans could have accessed throughout our history are better than refined", and he needs no further explanation.
Cori this is such an encouraging statement. My dh certainly does not read any books or articles or even discuss our way of eating (other than to say something was good). But he does at least eat what I feed him and I do believe I can already see some health improvements and even think he looks better. Perhaps he is also very very gradually making a few changes for himself. I hope so, and only wish it weren't quite so gradual.