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    I thought it might be fun, or helpful, to make a thread where we can post the temptations we're avoiding at the moment. I feel like I may be less likely to give in once I've written it down publicly!

    So, this morning I'm just saying no to the bagels and cream cheese my family just picked up.

    Anyone else just saying no this morning?

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    Im saying no to drop kicking the neighbor in the head.. cause you know..police and paperwork and bail and stuff...
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    Well, I'm not saying no to much right now because it's only 9am Sunday morning, and for a party city, New Orleans is oddly quiet on Sundays.

    But I did want to post for Seaglassgreen that if you're missing lox and bagels, I've found that chevre (fresh goat cheese found in a lot of grocery stores) and lox is awesome when wrapped like sushi in nori sheets. Once I tasted that, I never looked back. That was pretty much all I used bagels for.
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    Full fat yoghurt. I could literally drink the stuff. I know there's worse things but too much of anything is bad, especially dairy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoanieL View Post
    Well, I'm not saying no to much right now because it's only 9am Sunday morning, and for a party city, New Orleans is oddly quiet on Sundays.

    But I did want to post for Seaglassgreen that if you're missing lox and bagels, I've found that chevre (fresh goat cheese found in a lot of grocery stores) and lox is awesome when wrapped like sushi in nori sheets. Once I tasted that, I never looked back. That was pretty much all I used bagels for.
    Going shopping today...Resisting temptation to eat all the chevre and lox.
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    Sunday morning at work, nothing to say no to really. However, last night I said NO to some fantastic smelling AND looking banana muffins my sister brought over for my kids. I drooled a little, but still said no.

    Wish she hadn't brought them. As I am transitioning my kids, wheat is first to go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sbhikes View Post
    Going shopping today...Resisting temptation to eat all the chevre and lox.
    Resistance is futile. I'm just glad that lox is about $20/lb here and there's no Fred Meyers selling "pieces" for half that. No matter how much I buy, I just keep eating it 'til it's gone. At $20/lb, I'm rarely tempted to buy more than a half pound.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JoanieL View Post
    Resistance is futile. I'm just glad that lox is about $20/lb here and there's no Fred Meyers selling "pieces" for half that. No matter how much I buy, I just keep eating it 'til it's gone. At $20/lb, I'm rarely tempted to buy more than a half pound.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CiKi90 View Post
    Lox + goat cheese on cucumber slices
    Lox + avocado slices, wrapped in prosciutto (on toothpicks if you wanna get fancy)
    Lox + melon

    All these combos are magical.
    Oh man I am so trying all of those. Drool...
    Breathe. Move forward.

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