When I switched to Primal, for me it was Skippy peanut butter. I loved that stuff and I used to make an awesome peanut butter omelet.
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I haven't given anything up, just massively cut down on a lot of less-than-optimum stuff.
The hardest? My mother's home-made cakes especially fruit cake. But I have a couple of slices a year so i'm still happy.
cereal. ugh. now I want cereal.
chocolate. my tummy doesn't get along with chocolate.
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I haven't given anything up. I eat certain things way less often than I used to, but if I really want pizza from that amazing wood fired place or some organic natural peanut butter, I eat it. unless you have a serious medical issue and absolutely must avoid a certain thing, it really isn't the end of the world to eat if every so often. hell, mark's actual primal blueprint diet calls for 80/20 adherence. so for every 20 meals you eat each week, 4 of them can be non-primal friendly and you can still consider yourself perfectly primal (by definition)
that being said, I make a point of avoiding wheat, soy, and veggie/seed oils about 99.999% of the time
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Pie. Apple pie. Chocolate cream pie. French silk pie. Peach pie. Blackberry pie. You get the idea.
The only thing I have truly given up is making sourdough: bread, pizza dough and focaccia. I will occasionally eat some if i'm somewhere that has exceptional quality but there's no where near me that meets that standard so it's pretty easy to avoid.
Life is death. We all take turns. It's sacred to eat during our turn and be eaten when our turn is over. RichMahogany.
Beer, bagels, chocolate croissants, Japanese tempura and tonkatsu