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    The duct tape worked nicely. Another bath with reclining. For the first time, I checked the temperature at the end of the bath, as well. It had gone up 4 degrees from my body heat. Very interesting.

    The enchilada assembly was delicious, but my nose began to run as I was eating. I think an elimination test is in order. I'm going to jot down what was in the meal here, as a reminder.

    Sauce- onion, coconut oil, garlic powder, tomatoes, green sauce(tomatillos, onions, serrano peppers, salt, cilantro), basil, oregano, cumin, fish sauce
    turkey meat(not chicken, as previously thought)
    mozzarella
    guacamole(avocado, salsa, lemon juice)
    sour cream
    olives

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    Cold Baths-Brrr! I turn my shower to a colder setting for the last minute or two.

    Books - We are moving all of our books to the basement guest room / study soon. I hope to pare down then.

    Keep hanging in there Sabine.
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    Mmmm that recipe makes my mouth water.

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    Your enchilada recipes makes my mouth water. But after I mentally removed aged - pickled - fermented - nightshades, I wasn't left with a whole lot. So I'll just have to imagine the taste:-):-)

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    Well, no nose difficulties after having the guacamole. I'll be trying the sauce next, but it has so many ingredients that it won't be much of a test. Maybe it was just a fluke. Hmmm. I don't really think so, it was so sudden. Just as my nose clearing up once I stopped eating CRAP was sudden. I'm so glad that I am still at the state where my body can fix itself quickly. I pray that I get my act together before I go past the point of no return.

    I'm starting to feel annoyed when I hear people refer to grains as a food group. Just because we ingest it, does not mean it is food for humans. Grrr. I know this is over-general, that some people do fine with grains(that we can see- who knows what is happening inside, long term? I have my suspicions!), blah, blah, blah. More grrrr. Just feeling very anti-grain and four-food groups right now.

    Why do they have to taste so good?

    Well, do they? Not really. It is mostly the stuff we add to them. That pumpkin bread had pumpkin, spices, and of course, SUGAR! Flour is just a good binder.

    Okay, why does it have to be such a good binder?!? Insidious stuff!

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    LOL! I know what you mean. But miracles can be done with almond meal and eggs. I am going to have to make primal pumpkin muffins. I missed muffins so badly - they were my favourite comfort food - and I was so glad to find primal substitutes. I know they're not totally ideal, so I wouldn't eat them daily, but just knowing that I can now and again is so nice.

    Now if only my favourite coffee shops would start carrying them, I would be set.
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    Sabine, to edit the title, click on the Go Advanced button. And don't worry, we all know your mistakes are just fingers going too fast.
    5'2", 55 years, Primal since April. Pre-Primal weight loss, from 216.6 to 157.8
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    I DO have an almond meal plan set up for Thanksgiving.

    I love pie. Very much. So much that I only let myself have it twice a year as a rule: apple or cherry on the Fourth of July, and then there's Thanksgiving.

    I make every kind of pie I want to for Thanksgiving. We have an open house party the day after Thanksgiving where we serve pie, coffee, and hot cider. Last year we had 16 different kinds of pie. That was down from our high of 23 a couple of years ago.

    Pie, pie, pie all day long and with every meal for the next week.

    The same way I have a special carrier and piper for devilled eggs because it is my signature bring-along, I have many pie plates, servers, three five-layer display stands, and cake/pie stands. Someday I will get myself a pie safe.

    I love pie.

    Last year, I left a lot of crust behind on my plate, but I would like to have SOME crust. So my play this year is to make mini-tarts of each variety I make, with almond crust, just for me.

    One of the problems with almond meal (no, I don't care about the o-6 or oxidation!) is that I have LOVED everything I make with it. I could easily eat too much of it.

    Mmmmm, now I am thinking about primal banana muffins! Judg's fault!

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    I'm the piemaker in my family too, last year I made over two dozen pies throughout the season. I bring them to every holiday gathering from Halloween through New Years.

    I haven't quite figured out what to do this year. But I think I'll stick to the recipies I've developed over the years and just not eat any (except a tiny slice of apple).

    I am interested in trying leaf lard though, I just can't find a good source for pastured lard.
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    Try Whole Foods, they might be able to order you some if they don't carry it.

    I miss chicken pot pie. A little. Not enough to do anything about it. Oddly I don't crave sweets although I have maybe the biggest sweet tooth in the world when unleased.

    A pie that shows up here in New England this time of year is beautifully named, "Fruits of the Forest." A combination of berries. Luckily I don't remember what it tastes like.
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