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    Cool article for anyone looking for a good read!

    UCLA study talking about how environmental emissions oxidizing HDLs
    Jekyll into Hyde: Breathing auto emissions turns HDL cholesterol from 'good' to 'bad' / UCLA Newsroom
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    OK. I wasn't hungry. Now all I can think of is a sweet potato poutine Very helpful, ecks

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    Quote Originally Posted by ecks View Post
    They have a beer there on tap that is brewed by Monks in a monastery in Belgium. Apparently the only time you can normally get this beer is if you go and visit the monastery but they are selling it around the world right now to raise funds to repair their roof. Expensive bottle but a damn good beer! (At 22 bones it better be!) the beer was accompanied by a poutine
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    Oh, you Belgians and your beer! Tempting all of us! I used to love a nice Belgian brew.
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    And sweet potato poutine...that's gotta happen soon. Nom nom paleo has a great gravy recipe, very easy. Basically onions.
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    Candy! It was one of the best beers I've ever had! Just never again at $22 a bottle! Woo!

    Quote Originally Posted by Siobhan View Post
    And sweet potato poutine...that's gotta happen soon. Nom nom paleo has a great gravy recipe, very easy. Basically onions.
    My dear you've never had my gravy... delicious!! And completely primal! Mmm.... Now I want gravy. Thinking about adding a twist to the poutine- and likely doing it this weekend.

    So I may have a problem... last week when I was throwing up and suffering from hershey squirts I had chalked it up to theatre popcorn. When I got sick last weekend it was just after breakfast the next morning of scrambled eggs and bacon... Well this weekend after scrambled eggs and bacon it happened again... I got sick- and yet again out both ends. I think it might be the scrambling of the eggs... I very rarely scramble. Not sure why that would change anything- the basic recipe is eggs, butter, and sour cream or greek yogurt. Foods that frequent my regular diet... but something about it causes my stomach to rumble.

    Today I'm fasting solid foods completely. I had my bulletproof coffee this morning and I'll resume a regular eating schedule tomorrow. I will try my regular over easy (or sunny side up) eggs this week and report back on how I feel.
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    Hope you pin that down soon. Will be interesting to figure that out.

    No, I've never had your gravy! You never invited me over! I never turn down gravy.
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    My dear my gravy is AMAZING!! And you're always welcome over!

    Last time I ate was yesterday around 3:00. Wondering if I should fast until tomorrow afternoon (as I normally don't make time for breakfast now that I do bp coffee in the morning) or if I should attempt dinner tonight.
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    Decided to eat last night. 3 sausages... Still getting sick... but it's mainly below deck... Ate 2 apples this morning and so far I'm holding onto them... Any suggestions to firm up my movements? My BP coffee has been sitting next to me for an hour and I haven't touched it yet...
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    Thinking some mushrooms and eggs cooked in butter with some cheese on top. Apples tend to do the opposite Although, if your body is saying no to a good cup of coffee with cream, maybe it's saying not to eat. Hmm! I'd do the mushroom, egg, cheese thing first. Eating always seems better than non-eating -- but only if it sounds good. Hope you're feeling all better really soon -- above and below! Your gravy sounds yummy.

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