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    This might not be a good sign...

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    But smelling my roommates dinner is literally making me want to throw-up right now and the smell is ALL over the apartment.

    Granted, he doesn't eat primal at all (the contents of his dinner would disgust you), but that's not the point here...

    Has eating primal made me SO sensitive to non-primal foods that even the smell of them bother me now? If that's the case, that almost seems like a downfall to primal living. Most people don't (and probably never will) eat primal in this world so if you can't even stand to smell their food... Ugh.

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    Yes... I find the smell of most restaurants that FRY absolutely disgusting.
    I can even smell it outside them, sometimes when just driving past...
    Rancid grease smell.
    “You have your way. I have my way. As for the right way, the correct way, and the only way, it does not exist.”
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    Quote Originally Posted by cori93437 View Post
    Yes... I find the smell of most restaurants that FRY absolutely disgusting.
    I can even smell it outside them, sometimes when just driving past...
    Rancid grease smell.
    Yes, that's pretty bad. I might have to tell my roommate not to eat when I am around (totally not possible, but I can dream, right?).

    Ugh, eating with friends who refuse to eat primal is getting harder and harder and so much of human social interaction these days involves food. *sigh*

    Eating primal DOES involve some sacrifices...

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    much the same, but i've been that way since my vegetarian days. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by zoebird View Post
    much the same, but i've been that way since my vegetarian days. lol
    I had a brief vegetarian period where I disliked the smell of meats, but now that's gone. What REALLY gets me is that I can smell rancid fats (high poly fats used in everything processed these days) and THAT is awful. Ugh.

    My roommate's dinner of an entire microwaved large frozen pizza, two Pop Tarts, a bowl of microwaved popcorn with "non-dairy butter topping", and stack of Keebler cookies must be loaded because I can smell it a mile away, and the smell is not good.

    I remember disliking the meat smell when I was younger, but not as much as I dislike THIS smell.

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    There is no worse smell then someone deep frying inside with rancid oil.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zach View Post
    There is no worse smell then someone deep frying inside with rancid oil.
    You know, I disagree with a LOT of what you say around here, but this, is truth.

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    i don't like the smell of deep frying, at all, and i'm not sure i ever did.

    but i'm keeping it real - the smell of fresh baked bread is fucking fantastic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jakey View Post
    i don't like the smell of deep frying, at all, and i'm not sure i ever did.

    but i'm keeping it real - the smell of fresh baked bread is fucking fantastic.
    I dunno... Bread can smell alright sometimes, but a properly cooked roast or steak or even some chicken thighs in the oven... 100x better in my olfactory experience.

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