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    How about pears poached in red wine? I choose...

    How about pears poached in red wine?

    I choose firm pears that are slightly under ripe. Peel, but keep the stems in. In a saucepan, bring red wine, pear nectar (check for no sugar added, could...
  2. Thread: Yoga

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    I have been practicing yoga for about 15 years,...

    I have been practicing yoga for about 15 years, with periods of hiatus for surgeries or childbirth. The times when I drop out of practice, I always find myself circling back. Yoga is the breath...
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    Oil pulling has been great for my gums, and my...

    Oil pulling has been great for my gums, and my teeth are much whiter afterwards. I am inconsistent about it though.
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    Hmm. Respectfully, there is discordance in these...

    Hmm. Respectfully, there is discordance in these two statements.

    In my cancer genetics office, with my high SES population, it is quite common that a person comes in 'armed' with their Pubmed...
  5. Over the course of our marriage, I have put DH...

    Over the course of our marriage, I have put DH through ultra low fat/Ornish egg whites only in a nonstick pan, the Kashi infatuation of 2002, cabbage soup diets, meatless meals 3x per week, juicing,...
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    Oats are on my 'not paleo but not harmful' list. ...

    Oats are on my 'not paleo but not harmful' list. I make oatmeal for the kids regularly. I do prepare them by soaking them the night before in water and 1/4 tsp apple cider vinegar to break down the...
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    Vanilla porter. So good!

    Vanilla porter. So good!
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    I would not use coconut flour because it has a...

    I would not use coconut flour because it has a lot of fiber, and for some with IBS it can cause a flare.

    I would sub coconut oil for the butter in recipes. Bob's Red Mill makes a great chocolate...
  9. Depends on the day. I find that I have far...

    Depends on the day.

    I find that I have far less digestive upset by staying away from salad.

    On weekends (I IF with broth during the week) I will have some tomato with eggs, or sometimes some...
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    Well, given the alternatives I would take a rice...

    Well, given the alternatives I would take a rice krispie treat made with coconut oil and GF rice krispies. On my 'non paleo' scale that is at least better than the other options, with minimal...
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    I love Malbec. Dry, robust red wines. Similar...

    I love Malbec. Dry, robust red wines. Similar to Cabernet Sauvignon.

    Tempranillos from Spain or Argentina are also lovely, and lighter.

    I am not much of a white wine fan, but a Pino Grigio...
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    I do weekly batch cooking. If I know something...

    I do weekly batch cooking. If I know something is not going to be used until later in the week I usually freeze it. I break foods down into smaller batches (like chili or tomato sauce) and throw in...
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    This is minor. I had my 2 year old nephew...

    This is minor. I had my 2 year old nephew visiting for the weekend. He drinks juice. Juice is not a part of my kids' diet AT ALL because I have an aversion to explosive diarrhea. However, being...
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    Looks good! I love veggies at breakfast. I...

    Looks good! I love veggies at breakfast. I usually do carrots.
  15. I can't imagine how lousy I would feel with all...

    I can't imagine how lousy I would feel with all that in my system. That was a ton of sugar on top of the cereal! Makes my teeth hurt.

    He is blowing out his pancreas a la Steve Jobs.
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    I was going to suggest chicken legs, or some nice...

    I was going to suggest chicken legs, or some nice salmon, but you said she is not much of a meat eater. How about cottage cheese? I would steer away from paleo baking because if her goal is to lose...
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    Disclaimer: I come from training in motivational...

    Disclaimer: I come from training in motivational interviewing, so how I would approach this scenario reflects my training.

    1. If you gently bring up the issue and she firmly states that she is...
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    I found that the quickest way to drop my milk...

    I found that the quickest way to drop my milk supply was to try to drop the carbs. So, I kept a higher carb primal diet through nursing, and dropped them after DS weaned. I tried to stick to good...
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    I use glass for storage except for a few plastic...

    I use glass for storage except for a few plastic containers that persist. I need to just throw them into recycling and move on with life. I will not reheat in plastic, so use a glass container for...
  20. I also had that issue previously, and I made it a...

    I also had that issue previously, and I made it a habit to say 'now is not the time for eating' to myself even when getting the kid snacks. I also took a moment to tune in to my hunger cues. Was I...
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    I primarily use the microwave for sweet potatoes....

    I primarily use the microwave for sweet potatoes. I am willing to risk some of the nutrient die off in favor of a quick, nutritious grab and go meal.
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    Not a CW, but a 'caught by the CW faileo trap' ...

    Not a CW, but a 'caught by the CW faileo trap'

    Was out shopping yesterday. One child at a birthday party. The other at home with Dad. An afternoon to wander about Bed Bath and Beyond with no...
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    Soups: Buy a whole chicken, and roast for dinner...

    Soups: Buy a whole chicken, and roast for dinner one night. Eat on salad for lunch the next day. Throw the carcass in a pot and make a bone broth.

    Eat local and seasonal. Don't try to buy...
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    Welcome C&Cberg! There is a more complete...

    Welcome C&Cberg!

    There is a more complete thread here, please do a search and you will get more tips. However, my 0.02...

    DO NOT restrict carbs! I noticed a drop in my milk supply when I...
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    When I hear something described as "good, hard,...

    When I hear something described as "good, hard, hot", toast is certainly NOT what comes to mind.

    Second, for the fool making the chocolate lasagna recipe...They actually went back to the store for...
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