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    Primal Fuel
    B: Two scrambled eggs, two slices of bacon, cheese.
    L: Grated carrot salad with cucumber, olives, avocado, raisins and maybe some other things I've forgotten about. Olive oil and lemon juice.
    S: Turkish delight. Raisins, almonds, cheese. I forget, not really eating mindfully today.
    D: Ham and applesauce, carrots and red cabbage. Omitted any seasonings but the ham was salty and fatty enough that it was not a disaster, just not very exciting.

    Getting a bit tired of ham, I bought such a big one last week and it is good but I need to get back to the supermarket tomorrow so we can have a bit more variety.

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    My desperate friend has thanked me for directing her to "the primal thingy". She is already losing weight, feeling more energetic and enjoying the meal planning. I am so pleased for her.

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    Hi Annie, how are you my girl ??
    I am going to try that fairy cake today....it will be interesting !
    and I will also give your truffle ball things a go....wish me luck
    G
    "never let the truth get in the way of a good story "

    ...small steps....

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    Quote Originally Posted by NZ primal Gwamma View Post
    Hi Annie, how are you my girl ??
    I am going to try that fairy cake today....it will be interesting !
    and I will also give your truffle ball things a go....wish me luck
    G
    Good luck, and I am going to make your cheese roll for my niece's birthday. Also I must try the crackling some time. That will be a hit round here I'm sure.

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    Well that cheese roll became a sticky mess. But it was a delicious sticky mess and I have eaten most of it now, haha.

    Lunch today was homemade soup - greens from my garden, leftovers from the fridge and freezer, simmered down to next to nothing, the flavour became very intense.

    Dinner was chicken thighs baked slowly in the oven with herbs sprinkled on top for flavour and veges layered underneath to soak up the fat.

    Loving the fresh apricots for my snacks today (not to mention the sticky cheese ball).

    Also went shopping for lots of semi-primal Christmas gifts, that was actually a lot of fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Annieh View Post
    Well that cheese roll became a sticky mess. But it was a delicious sticky mess and I have eaten most of it now, haha.
    Oh I wonder why that was ?........ did you drain the prunes and apricots first ? add grated cheese ?
    "never let the truth get in the way of a good story "

    ...small steps....

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    Quote Originally Posted by NZ primal Gwamma View Post
    Oh I wonder why that was ?........ did you drain the prunes and apricots first ? add grated cheese ?
    Yes I did, but I also blended everything. I think that was my big mistake. It also made it a yukky colour because of the prunes.

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    yep - you have hit the nail. Actually the more it is mixed it does go a horrible colour, so I try not to stirr too much.
    What did you soak it in ?
    "never let the truth get in the way of a good story "

    ...small steps....

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    I chopped the apricots fairly small and soaked them in tea cos that's what I had.

    I didn't soak the prunes at all because I only found them at the last minute and decided to include them.

    Not sure of the consistency this is actually supposed to be and how big the chunks of things should be, or even quantities of anything.

    I would like to try a liquer version for Christmas though, but it needs some practice first.

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    kisses to you and Gwamma. Thank you.
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