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    Lol Sabine! I love the riposte of sending the chocolate out in your daughter's lunches - most excellent answer How do you make the roasted curried cauliflower? That sounds out of this world! And the raspberries with dark chocolate and cream - wow! I think I need to find some raspberries today and try that out!

    Awesome to stop and take note of what happened last time you had a high - keep your focus and keep moving forward, no sliding off the path in freak out binges - you are doing so well! We are all so proud of you ... have another awesome day! Hope that they start coming thick and furious and that you get used to looking and feeling great! One day you'll go back and look at your journal and say - WOW, look at how I struggled and sweated - can't believe where I am today and how normal it seems!
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    Just take it one bite at a time ...

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    Winencandy- Even though they are different types? We've got a green and black dark, a scharfenberger dark, and a ghiradelli milk AND white. Will they play nicely with each other?

    Lopisheep- Nur Zwiebelen, Fett, Eier, Speck, und Sauerrahm. Ohne Kruste schmeckt genau so gut.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sabine View Post
    Winencandy- Even though they are different types? We've got a green and black dark, a scharfenberger dark, and a ghiradelli milk AND white. Will they play nicely with each other?
    It depends.
    Are they together, touching? Or have you placed them in solitary confinement???
    I would pair the darks, they always get along

    As for the others, (Why would you buy white???), You should sent them OUT of the house immediately!!
    NEVER put the white close to the dark!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sabine View Post
    Winencandy- Even though they are different types? We've got a green and black dark, a scharfenberger dark, and a ghiradelli milk AND white. Will they play nicely with each other?

    Lopisheep- Nur Zwiebelen, Fett, Eier, Speck, und Sauerrahm. Ohne Kruste schmeckt genau so gut.
    Think about the feel of looser shirts
    Keep it simple
    Eat really tasty food

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    Winencandy- They are each in their own wrappers, but otherwise, snuggled cheek-to-cheek. As to why I bought white: don't you read GayPanda?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sabine View Post
    Winencandy- They are each in their own wrappers, but otherwise, snuggled cheek-to-cheek. As to why I bought white: don't you read GayPanda?
    I read GP daily! (sometimes multiple times a day)
    How did I miss the white chocolate reference???

    winencandy goes off to re-read the last few pages of GP...
    "Be careful what you pretend to be because you are what you pretend to be." Kurt Vonnegut
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    Sabine, glad you are being cautious about the binge. What are the benefits of white chocolate other than lots of sugar and no cocoa?

    Yes, I read Gay Panda, but didn't "get" the whole Debauchery thing.

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    Post # 2397??

    I laughed so much reading that!
    I remember that post, but somehow the white chocolate in the morning part didn't stand out
    "Be careful what you pretend to be because you are what you pretend to be." Kurt Vonnegut
    "I love deadlines. I like the whooshing sound they make as they fly by." Douglas Adams
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    Coll- the roasted cauliflower is from 'Everyday Paleo' by Sarah Fragoso. i never would have thought about roasting cauliflower, but it is wonderful. You cut a raw cauliflower into florets, toss in coconut oil, then toss again with a mixture of curry, turmeric, salt, and garlic powder. Bake for about 45 minutes at 350. I would heartily recommend this cookbook. I have liked most everything I have tried from it.

    Yes, my girls love getting a chocolate surprise in their lunches. Little do they know, I am appeasing the chocolate gods at the same time as pleasing them. Two for one!

    Here is something else I recently heard of, and have been wanting to try. Mark's post that raspberries and dark chocolate should be eaten together to help avoid a manganese deficiency just gives me a green light. Take a fresh raspberry. Stuff with dark chocolate chip. Serve at room temperature. I think this will be the sweet nibbles next time I have friends over.

    Oh, when that day comes, that my food/weight struggles are in the past. How lovely it will be. I know it is coming. The fact that I can already not be afraid of being hungry, that a big thing for me.

    Pebbles- the benefits of white chocolate are strictly romantic/sexual, not nutritional. I love Debauchery, even more so, now. (Hmmm, taken out of context, I am sure this quote could come back to haunt me.)

    Winencandy- yes, #2397! I might have to print that one out for posterity. I laughed so hard I cried.

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    Okay, Lopi and Sabine. I've never made Zwiebelkuchen. Recipe please. Das möchte ich auch bald machen. Mmm, Zwiebeln...

    Cauliflower was both cheap and beautiful this week. Roasted cauliflower, here I come.
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    Main Primal goal: beating back my CFS enough to function more normally and start writing again

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