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  1. #51
    Join Date
    Nov 2010
    New Zealand
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    I don't think you can. Adults make their own decisions, and you just have to let that happen.

    Which might mean that there are two meals. Or, you just make the meal, and he either eats it or makes his own.

  2. #52
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    Jul 2012
    Quote Originally Posted by Uncephalized View Post
    Hey no worries. I just try to be easy enough to live with that my wife can complain about me to my face if she needs to, y'know?
    oh yes - don't worry I DO do that !!!!!!!! Its the making up that I enjoy !!!!!!! as in "block your ears because you are for too young to hear what us oldies get up to " LOL coupled with a very sly smile
    "never let the truth get in the way of a good story "

    ...small steps....

  3. #53
    Quote Originally Posted by primal_alex View Post
    Ahah... this sounds familiar to me

    I spend 2 hours (because that's what it takes) to make a tasty bouillon from grass fed beef which I buy directly from the farmers, plus all the roots and herbs... and the critique is that I should have added some of that synthetic universal spice...
    on the upside, my husband thinks my soups are the best evah, so there's that.

  4. #54
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    Jun 2012
    Northern Utah
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    I guess I'm lucky. My husband will eat anything I cook, although we usually cook together. He does the meat, I do the rest. Sloooowly, he's coming over to the primal side. I don't think he'll ever give up his 1/4 cup of cereal in the morning, but he does now eat some meat with it (bacon or leftovers), along with unsweetened berries.

    And he'll never give up his popcorn, licorice, and fruit ice-pops (lots of sugar but oh, well). BUT he'll eat nuts for a snack now instead of peanut butter crackers. He eats lunch out a lot, but will get a burger or sandwich and not eat the bread part.

    I'm the health nut in the family, and for the past year or so I've just been giving him short summaries of interesting research stuff I've read about; just a few sentences, we might or might not discuss it, and I never try to "force feed" him primal information OR food. If he really doesn't like something I've made (can't recall that's ever happened), he knows he can say "yuck" and get himself something different.

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