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    That was funny.

    The only Paleo bread I ever eat is called banana bread that I make myself.

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    Who scrubs a toilet with no gloves, then flops the sponge on the countertop after??

    Oh, and that 'bread' looks ass-nasty, too...

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    For me, one the hardest thing about going paleo was breakfast, breakfast HAS to have bread of some sort! right? but I did go paleo, quit bread cold turkey and now I realize I don't need it, if I had instead switched to a "bread substitute" I'm not sure I would have been able to maintain paleo, for me it was a complete change about the way I think about food (specially breakfast), using substitutes probably would have sabotaged my efforts in the long run.

    Bread is one a of my cheat meals, if I'm going to have bread then I'm going to eat the real thing and enjoy the heck out of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaczor View Post
    Bread is one a of my cheat meals, if I'm going to have bread then I'm going to eat the real thing and enjoy the heck out of it.
    I am the same way. For several months it was once a week, but now I am down to once or twice a month and I am perfectly satisfied with that. I will have a single serving of some really great bread and move on. We frequent a restaurant that makes amazing sweet potato rolls. If I am still hungry after a primal meal there, I may have a liberally buttered roll for dessert. The rest of the time there are so many other delicious things to eat.
    50yo, 5'3"
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    GW- Goals are no longer weight-related

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