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    yeah ill have to leave out the bacon now too.
    its one strip of bacon http://www.knightsmeats.com.au/produ...56526_zoom.JPG

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    I believe a rasher is a slice, if I remember correctly......
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    Started at a size 16 down to loose 10

    With PB my asthma has improved, low back pain is gone, & I've got more energy

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    A side of unsliced bacon was once known as a flitch[14] it is now known as a slab. An individual slice of bacon is a slice or strip. The term rasher of bacon is occasionally encountered (e.g., on restaurant menus) to mean a serving of bacon (typically several slices).

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    Quote Originally Posted by ssn679doc View Post
    A side of unsliced bacon was once known as a flitch[14] it is now known as a slab. An individual slice of bacon is a slice or strip. The term rasher of bacon is occasionally encountered (e.g., on restaurant menus) to mean a serving of bacon (typically several slices).

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    I was thinking a rasher was 3 slices, myself. I couldn't figure out why they would call one slice a rasher instead of simply calling it a slice.
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    I love the differences in languages around the world! even those of us speaking some form of English - each with our own version! Its fun!

    Moving day......... HAPPY DANCE!!!! Well, technically tomorrow is moving day - but today is moving PREP day! My son has never moved on his own - he had NO clue what it takes to prepare for a move. So, on my "day off" I'm packing up the remains of odds and ends that he has forgotten - or put off - or just spaced. The bathroom drawers.......... the odd loose items here and there. Doing some laundry so he isn't moving dirty towels and clothes. That sort of thing. He also has one of those beds that is a giant oak thing with the plateform base, 3 drawers on each side and a big bookshelf head board thing. UGH! I have to try to disassemble it today!!!

    Better get to it!

    Oh - door guy cancelled - so not doing that today! yeah!
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    I may have to defer the bed de-construction to the men who are coming tonight to pack all this stuff into the trailer. Its rather complicated. Maybe after I get all my stuff done I will see if I can master it! Sometimes I enjoy a good challenge! I just took care of getting the insurance check for his totally car - thankfully the adjuster had to be in the area so she just came by the house and dropped it off! SWEET!! Saved me an hour out of my day!

    Next up -- take Zeus to get his stitches out. Then a couple small errands. Its going to be another FULL weekend. Maybe Sunday hubby and I will have a chance to kick back and relax............... 'cept we won't have anything to relax ON! My son is taking our livingroom furniture and the new stuff isn't coming until Tuesday! We'll be kicking back and relaxing on the floor I guess! Oh well - it will be fun!

    Breakfast was my same as everyday breakfast - eggs with loads of butter! YUM...............
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    Fibro question: I can't exercise without having to do nothing the next day. Saturday I went to a local botanical garden with Phigment and walked for about an hour and a half. Very slow movement, stopped once and just sat on a bench. Felt great. Next day, got up and went to church, came home and was on the couch all day.

    Wednesday, was working on the Gingerbread Man with my kiddos. This involved several sessions of jumping up and running in place. Couldn't move almost all day yesterday. I can't handle this! Obviously you have more energy. What are you doing??
    You know all those things you have always wanted to do? You should go do them.

    Nah.. I was always aware "they" were out to get me.. even before I became Primal..... Now I can just run faster if they find me-Dino Hunter

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    Valmason, have you been diagnosed with fibro? Could it be Chronic Fatigue? I've read they often accompany one another. Judg has CFS. She might have some advice for you too.
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    I have been diagnosed w/ fibro though the two are so similar that it could be either. I hate it and am convince that I can heal.


    Quote Originally Posted by jenn26point2 View Post
    Valmason, have you been diagnosed with fibro? Could it be Chronic Fatigue? I've read they often accompany one another. Judg has CFS. She might have some advice for you too.
    You know all those things you have always wanted to do? You should go do them.

    Nah.. I was always aware "they" were out to get me.. even before I became Primal..... Now I can just run faster if they find me-Dino Hunter

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    SW 215 lbs
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    LW 172 lbs
    GW 125ish lbs

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    Quote Originally Posted by valmason01 View Post
    I have been diagnosed w/ fibro though the two are so similar that it could be either. I hate it and am convince that I can heal.
    Others have put their fibro into remission through this way of eating. I wish you the same luck.
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