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Thread: What "death" foods are in your 20%?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AmyMac703 View Post
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    note: I train pretty hard 3-4 days a week, and run or do something lighter on the other days, so I by no means consider sweet potatoes and mashed pumpkin protein pudding (godly, btw) and the like part of my 20%. Same goes for any carb heavy pre-climb food.
    It sounds like we have a similar training schedule - though I do take 1-2 days off a week. What is this "mashed pumpkin protein pudding" of which you speak?

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    definitley alcohol, really bad this summer between picnics and Friday night volleyball. Not too mention beers at golf... Hmm really need to return to my once a week I di Jan-April when I started Primal. Also Pizza about once a month (but it is homemade with decent ingredeints)

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    I'd say this...



    But it always seems to make me feel better.
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    Wow, that looks very sweet!
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    grilled cheese sandwiches, in fact, I was recently pretty ill with a lung infection of some kind (either bronchitis or walking pneumonia - will find out from the doctor on Monday) and almost completely lost my appetite for 4 weeks. Grilled cheese was the only thing I really wanted to eat so I had one or a half of one a few days when I was actually hungry and yeah Coca-Cola -maybe it goes back to childhood. Anyway there were other days I barely ate anything at at all. Lost about 5 lbs, but I think it was mostly muscle tone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by simpstr View Post
    Wow, that looks very sweet!
    Nah, I don't find cheesecake sweet. It's definitely a fatty, creamy, savory dessert. Probably why it's my favorite next to ice cream.
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    What "death" foods are in your 20%
    Fugu fish.

    If that's not enough, I was thinking of catching my own live alligator, which could be kind of dangerous, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cori93437 View Post
    The title of this thread is "Death" foods...

    Since when are things like

    "dark chocolate over 72% cacao"
    or
    "fruit"
    or
    "red wine 1-2x per month"
    or
    "full fat greek yogurt"

    ...or such going to KILL a person?
    +1000000

    Seriously, if you're considering fruit, a glass of red wine, some good cheese, or similar to be "death foods" then you really need to chill (in general--health conditions excused of course).

    Jeebus, this seems like it's turned into the primal purity thread. "I'm so primal, I consider dark chocolate a death food!" Really? Because my "death" foods are things like creme brulee or dill pickle potato chips or a sweet Kashmiri chai, and even then, they're not "death" foods, they're just non-primal foods I eat from time to time.
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    They do a thing here in the south called Crawfish Cheesecake. It's totally savory (I'm thinking that sweet crawfish would probably taste nasty). I've made it as a custard so as to avoid crust, and it's pretty awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoanieL View Post
    They do a thing here in the south called Crawfish Cheesecake. It's totally savory (I'm thinking that sweet crawfish would probably taste nasty). I've made it as a custard so as to avoid crust, and it's pretty awesome.
    That's the kinda cheesecake I'm talking about!
    I've had it with crawfish and andouille, a good creamy spicy thing.

    I wonder if my in-laws would be mad if I showed up with one of those as a "cheese cake" on T'day.
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