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    You'd think they would! I was so baffled by it,...

    You'd think they would! I was so baffled by it, because you need that precision in legal work, but any professor I've had for writing classes has had strong opinions on it. Not sure about practice in...
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    Oh the Oxford comma - I was an English major for...

    Oh the Oxford comma - I was an English major for undergrad, so it's ingrained in me. I cannot skip it. Unfortunately in the legal world, the Oxford comma is apparently wrong! I've been dinged by more...
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    Poached egg over broccoli or asparagus is DIVINE.

    Poached egg over broccoli or asparagus is DIVINE.
  4. Thread: Skinnyfat.

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    If you buy plain, it has a minimal amount of...

    If you buy plain, it has a minimal amount of sugar that feeds the fermentation process at the beginning. A lot are flavored with juice though, so you'll want to check your labels.
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    THIS. For me it's not calories or ratios, it's...

    THIS. For me it's not calories or ratios, it's both. You have to find that sweet spot.
  6. I don't think you're eating enough, to be honest,...

    I don't think you're eating enough, to be honest, if you're only having 3-4 oz of meat. Plus, after punishing your body with HCG, it's still in recovery mode.
  7. Thread: Any advice?

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    I know some people swear that firming creams have...

    I know some people swear that firming creams have helped the skin tighten up after weight loss. I can't speak to it personally. Usually the people who have done so have used a higher end cream, such...
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    Double post....nothing to see here.

    Double post....nothing to see here.
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    Of course the government would pay for lost sheep...

    Of course the government would pay for lost sheep - France works very, very differently than the USA. Roquefort is like Champagne. To carry the Roquefort name, the cheese must come from specific...
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    Too true! I like Trader Joe's for some things,...

    Too true! I like Trader Joe's for some things, but most of their prepared foods are just as bad as stuff at the regular grocery. My parents think it's healthy and then are completely shocked when I...
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    Good luck!

    Good luck!
  12. Thread: Enough

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    I know that cilantro helps the body chelate...

    I know that cilantro helps the body chelate metals - is there any herb that helps the body shed excess Vitamin A? If there is, I would suggest that. Otherwise, maybe just a lot of liver support? It's...
  13. Thread: Beet juice

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    Oh man, beet kvass. Not a fan. I probably would...

    Oh man, beet kvass. Not a fan. I probably would have kept at it, trying to get used to it, but once you throw it up, there's no going back. I just can't do it.
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    Just starting Don Quixote by Cervantes.

    Just starting Don Quixote by Cervantes.
  15. Thread: Primal Preppers?

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    Happened to stumble upon this website...

    Happened to stumble upon this website the other day when goofing on Pinterest. This woman has a method of vacuum packing meals in a jar. Not all of the them are primal, but there are a few that are...
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    I take fermented cod liver oil/butter oil blend,...

    I take fermented cod liver oil/butter oil blend, kelp, magnesium citrate, tumeric, an herbal blend for adrenal support, dessicated adrenal, dessicated buffalo liver, a hair/skin/nails, and I just...
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    What about a hollandaise sauce? I think I saw a...

    What about a hollandaise sauce? I think I saw a thread here recently that talked about other fats to sub in for the butter in hollandaise or bearnaise? It would be somewhat similar to melted...
  18. Thread: Lexie's Log

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    Trying to decide about dinner. I could go home...

    Trying to decide about dinner. I could go home and do some sort of egg scramble, maybe some steak. Or I could get some takeaway that I've been craving for a good three weeks. It's tamarind coconut...
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    Crossing my fingers for you!

    Crossing my fingers for you!
  20. Thread: Lexie's Log

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    August 27, 2012: 150.8 lbs Not too bad! I...

    August 27, 2012:
    150.8 lbs


    Not too bad! I was expecting to be more bloated after weekend of eating crap, but it hasn't had as much of an effect as I had thought. I really did notice a different...
  21. Thread: Lexie's Log

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    Nope! I really thought it would, but no flavor...

    Nope! I really thought it would, but no flavor whatsoever in the end. The leftover juices weren't creamy either, so I think it simply just helped the roast become more moist and tender than it...
  22. Thread: Lexie's Log

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    I did! I snuck a taste and just had to post....

    I did! I snuck a taste and just had to post. There's no coconut flavor once it's finished, but the roast is the most tender and juicy I've ever made. I think next time I might add some carrots or...
  23. I have a book written in the 1930s about charm,...

    I have a book written in the 1930s about charm, etiquette, and personal presentation geared toward young ladies. In its diet section, it also recommends cutting starches. Basic meal? Meat and two...
  24. I like GT's more than Synergy. I think Synergy is...

    I like GT's more than Synergy. I think Synergy is usually too sweet. Gingerade is my favorite. I usually use kombucha as more of a shooter though, taking a little bit with a meal, rather than...
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    Best. pot roast. recipe. EVER. I cannot wait...

    Best. pot roast. recipe. EVER.

    I cannot wait to eat this during the week. It just finished and smells delicious!

    Leftovers: Mushroom Gravy Slow Cooked Rump Roast | PaleOMG - Paleo Recipe
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