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    When I feel that way, hopping on the treadmill for a mile takes it away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paleobird View Post
    Veggie sticks like celery, carrots, zucchini, cucumbers, etc. might scratch the munchie itch.
    I'd go with jerkty, its chewy and takes longer to consume.

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    Quote Originally Posted by specsAreGrok View Post
    I'd go with jerkty, its chewy and takes longer to consume.
    Oh yeah, that too. Depends on if your munchie urge is salty or not. But you either have or make your own or shop very carefully to find jerky without sugar and chemical nastiness in it. I make my own. Beef heart jerky is the best.

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    It's an acquired taste, but I love salted plums, and a few of them cures my cravings because they're so intensely flavorful.
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    I used to work with this hyperactive skinny computer programmer who was always bounding about the office boing, boing, like Tigger crying "Feed the Code, Feed the Code!" Brain work makes you hungry. It certainly made him hungry anyway, and he was a genius. Smartest guy I ever met. Could play the linux command line like a piano, not kidding, it was incredible.

    Anyway, I agree with the above ideas. I used to snack on Dulse seaweed for a while there.
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