not just weight wise, but environmentally, ethically, etc
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You have lots of willpower that some of us don't have!
I took a nutrition class many years ago...learned to take responsibility for what I eat, this is a lifestyle, not a diet. Recognize nutritional value, if you love a particular food, eat it occasionall'y, in moderation...no need to deprive yourself.
We should not do that, any food at all is too much in front of a person who has none. I like the way you are so descriptive in your examples!
That's sweet. If I'm carrying leftovers and someone asks for any chance for food, I happily will give them the food I'm carrying. I've only once seen it turned down, and that was because they guy was vegetarian
I've never heard of chilli cheese fries before - sounds divine, and you might just have tempted me to try some
Chili cheese fries are wonderful! They used to be my late night food at my favorite diner before I stopped eating meat
There are chili cheese fries sold locally, but I never had the urge to try them...just one of those things. I do know people who love them too.
Anyone who hasn't tried them should at least taste them once
So what exactly are they? Do you buy them in a packet or what?
You make fries, you put prepared chili on top of them, and then you melt cheese on top :)
ThompsonPen is exactly right. Some restaurants here in NC serve them. If you go out to eat at places like sports bars they may have them on the menu.
Gadfry. I think I'd rather have a fried lard sandwich.
LOL @ Attikos. That's why I feel guilty after eating them.
It's interesting that you bring that up. I'm a vegetarian, but I have no problem trying odd meats.
There is the element of social stigma that I hadn't thought about when I first asked this questions.
Halloween season is definitely my downfall when it comes to pb cups. I definitely indulge this time of year
I like these too. I recommend you eat it occasionally when you want it Don't deprive yourself and don't wait months because that's when you over indulge. "Moderation, not deprivation" is the key to guiltless eating habits.
I agree, since I wouldn't eat something that would make me feel guilty in the first place.
You may want to try peanut butter on a celery stick, tastes great. Maybe less guilt. There is also almond butter, also good.
Almond butter is excellently delicious! plus it has so many good nutrients in it too. Personally, I'm not a fan of celery. Too many stringy bits. But give me an apple, and I'm pretty happy