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    @OP ... those tamales sound godly.

    The last non-paleo thing I had was a pint of Firestone's Union Jack IPA. Crisp, refreshing, and just the right amount of hops.
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    I am reloading the programs, so did an over-feed yesterday and I had 6 or so Russian candies, mostly caramel kind but one soy-based one (I was really surprised we had them), home made dulse de leche and blueberry jam. Sugar knockout! Now my body can't really say it was starved, lol & should be ready to shed fat. In principal. Before that I was clean for over 6 weeks.
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    I had some rice cereal today, although rice is now kinda seen as a safe starch, but as it's a grain it's not strictly Primal.

    About a week ago, I had some store-bought ice cream. No "bad" ingredients, but one of them was sugar.

    The last time I can remember having wheat (other than Communion) is when my former step-mom cooked gumbo about a year ago. She uses some flour to make the roux. Like the OP's meal, it was most definitely worth eating.
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    Latest grandson's First Birthday cake.

    I'll be eating Christmas Cake and Sherry Trifle on Christmas Day too.
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    Half a slice of sourdough bread when I was on vacation in San Francisco two weeks ago.

    It wasn't as good as I thought it would be, although the butter helped!

    *sigh*

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    Recently got an operation so I would guess whats best for me would be to eat as primal as possible to aid in the recovery process... but I have been feeling so crappy that I have given in on the wathev's boat.

    Artifiaclly flavored gelatin, since my mom bought them and I was too much in pain to get up and buy something else, the axiety from being in a near vegetable state, has left me overeating- definately not primal, dad thought I would like some blueberry muffins, didnt, but they were sweet so I said screw it, and today had a couple of merengues- mostly egg white, but the sugar overload hasnt helped :/ specially when all I'm going to do for the next few weeks (months??!!) is sitting on my ass...

    Glad to get that off my chest! XD

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    Carrot Cake!! Yum
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    And Godiva chocolates truffles, dark and white - but I will NOT regret those

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    Quote Originally Posted by Enilegna/hearts View Post
    And Godiva chocolates truffles, dark and white - but I will NOT regret those
    It's a shame they use partially hydrogenated oil in them. When I found out, I stopped even getting my free truffle of the month. =\

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    Corn dog at the fair while talking to the walking tree man

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