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Paleo Cheating, what would make you most likely to cheat?

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Paleo Cheating, what would make you most likely to cheat?

Do you cheat on a schedule? When around others? Special Ocassions? Relatives and friends are cooking? On Vacation? Availabilty of prefered cheat food? etc...

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on September 04, 2011
at 09:57 PM

There are some really good paleo ice cream recipes out there, its like cheating, but not! I myself have made the pumpkin and its quite yummy!

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on September 04, 2011
at 02:10 PM

I can just imagine the cupcakes provoking you with their lusciousness, good for you for not givine into their siren call.

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on July 30, 2011
at 04:53 AM

wow that just made me want ice cream for the first time in months. ..I'm going to make my own with coconut milk and no sugar!

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on June 06, 2011
at 10:44 PM

Fazzari's Finest in Clarkston, WA. Clarkston is a hole-in-the-wall town where nothing fun happens. Unless you get the Shotzi pizza: mustard, salami, kraut. Mr. Kronk, we may be. I also show no will power toward red wine. Pizza, IPA, glass of red wine: I would be in a gluten/booze infused coma and I don't think I'd care until my hangover set in.

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on June 04, 2011
at 01:05 AM

"Temporarily expanding my food reality." Love it.

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on June 03, 2011
at 11:47 PM

A restaurant near me makes ginger cake with pumpkin ice cream and caramel sauce and it definitely does me in every time I go there. I don't order but always eat some of the other person's so that's not an official cheat right?

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at 11:44 PM

I'm lucky enough to have eaten there and I think it was even more than that. Thankfully I wasn't paying the bill, lol. It was a grand cheat and TOTALLY worth it.

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on June 03, 2011
at 11:28 PM

and generally floured up too, as getting a good sweet potato fry is hard to do without it.

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on June 03, 2011
at 10:07 PM

Every time I watch the Simpsons, I want to eat a donut. You could mitigate the fructose load by walking to the shop and buying one or something like that. I've got a donut shop that is 2.5 miles away from where I live, so if I ever want one, I'm gonna have to walk there to earn it.

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on June 03, 2011
at 10:06 PM

definetly! So easy to justify another cheat once uve cheated once!

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on June 03, 2011
at 04:52 PM

I really love just about everything pumpkin, I am a bit pumpkin crazy. But nothing beats the icecream!

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at 03:45 PM

Allie and Ali. You both think this looks super good, but I saw a big fat goose-egg next to Uggla's answer. I'm not big on ice cream either, but pumpkin ice cream is a unique answer, plus she put up a high quality pic of it. +1 from me.

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at 03:41 PM

TBD - Are we kin? Quality pizza and brew are my favorite cheat! In fact, I just went to Pizza Port the other night. For the first time in months, I had me some good pizza and several pints of frosty cold IPA. So yummy. Hey by the way.. your blog is cool but it's impossible to read the text on that background. Just thought I'd let you know. But we are still kin based on your answer.

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on June 03, 2011
at 02:14 PM

Word! http://www.elizadomestica.com/2009/11/09/pumpkin-spice-ice-cream-recipe/

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on June 03, 2011
at 01:53 PM

It's just not worth fighting with her. She gets offended if we bring food. It's not often that I spend more than one meal at a time with her except when my sister visits twice a year. I don't have any actual allergies or intolerances, so I can handle it.

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on June 03, 2011
at 01:43 PM

My mom is a little scary, too. Thankfully, my hubby is not at all scared of her and, even though he doesn't follow my diet, he has been known to play middle man and make sure I have food options beyond cheat or fast. 8)

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on June 03, 2011
at 01:40 PM

Yum, I love hot wings. 8)

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on June 03, 2011
at 01:40 PM

Yes, cheats cause me to cheat even more.

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on June 03, 2011
at 01:39 PM

Wow, looks tasty! Is that homemade? Do you have a recipe?

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on June 03, 2011
at 01:39 PM

I'll cheat for Satchel's Pizza (deep dish) in Gainesville, FL

7e746be2f0e550a8cd7df881322ae705

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on June 03, 2011
at 01:20 PM

Giordano's stuffed pizza.

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on June 03, 2011
at 01:19 PM

a good looking cave woman.....? just kidding. Food ca not tempt me because I have no cravings any longer

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on June 03, 2011
at 10:59 AM

Unfortunately YES. Having cheated once makes it generally more likely to cheat again. For example if I had a cebab I would definitley like to have ice cream too.

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on June 03, 2011
at 10:23 AM

wouldnt a hangover imply a cheat has already occured?? :D

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at 09:13 AM

Yes Allie, it is painfully good in every sense of the word!

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at 09:01 AM

Wow ... I don't like ice cream ... but that looks really good ...

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7e746be2f0e550a8cd7df881322ae705

on June 03, 2011
at 01:30 PM

Special occasions are probably my number one cheating time. I don't go overboard with the entire meal usually, but I will have birthday cake. I don't worry about these.

Stress gets me. I can either just not eat, which is what I do most of the time, but if I open the flood gates, then I'm never sure exactly what I will be shoving in. It's when I need to be most aware to stop and access the situation and try to fix what started it.

Being at my mom's house is always an issue. She just tells my sister (who does a pescatarian Ornish diet) and me that we are eating what she's cooking, no discussion. I am still afraid of my mom, so I do it. I gained 10lbs over the two weeks around Christmas last year. Mostly water though, from the extra carbs.

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on June 03, 2011
at 01:43 PM

My mom is a little scary, too. Thankfully, my hubby is not at all scared of her and, even though he doesn't follow my diet, he has been known to play middle man and make sure I have food options beyond cheat or fast. 8)

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on June 03, 2011
at 01:53 PM

It's just not worth fighting with her. She gets offended if we bring food. It's not often that I spend more than one meal at a time with her except when my sister visits twice a year. I don't have any actual allergies or intolerances, so I can handle it.

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on June 04, 2011
at 12:00 AM

I hate the word cheat. I like to think of it as temporarily expanding my food reality. In the end I eat paleo to improve my life. I still have to live it and enjoy it to the fullest. Sometimes that means eating un-paleo food and I'm good with that. A piece of bread or scoop of ice cream will not throw my little paleo world off its axis.

I will leave my paleo diet on very special occasions or at very special restaurants. PMS pretty much does me in every month. Also period of grief are very hard for me. Just coming off one of those and although it wasn't too ugly I did eat a lot of things I wouldn't normally though most of it was in the way of "safe" starch which come to find out is not very safe for me. Just ask the new roll of fat around my middle.

The only thing I will not do is eat non-pastured animal flesh. That's the only paleo rule I never break.

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on June 04, 2011
at 01:05 AM

"Temporarily expanding my food reality." Love it.

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on June 03, 2011
at 07:02 AM

Quality pizza = cheat. Oregon microbrew= cheat.

I'm pretty much Paleo, but I have no willpower towards an IPA and a slice of really, REALLY, good pizza.

61b801de5dc345b557cd4623d4a4f26b

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on June 03, 2011
at 01:39 PM

I'll cheat for Satchel's Pizza (deep dish) in Gainesville, FL

7e746be2f0e550a8cd7df881322ae705

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on June 03, 2011
at 01:20 PM

Giordano's stuffed pizza.

Af1d286f0fd5c3949f59b4edf4d892f5

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on June 03, 2011
at 03:41 PM

TBD - Are we kin? Quality pizza and brew are my favorite cheat! In fact, I just went to Pizza Port the other night. For the first time in months, I had me some good pizza and several pints of frosty cold IPA. So yummy. Hey by the way.. your blog is cool but it's impossible to read the text on that background. Just thought I'd let you know. But we are still kin based on your answer.

D0501f0cc09c961a06c3d188361e7b07

on June 06, 2011
at 10:44 PM

Fazzari's Finest in Clarkston, WA. Clarkston is a hole-in-the-wall town where nothing fun happens. Unless you get the Shotzi pizza: mustard, salami, kraut. Mr. Kronk, we may be. I also show no will power toward red wine. Pizza, IPA, glass of red wine: I would be in a gluten/booze infused coma and I don't think I'd care until my hangover set in.

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on June 03, 2011
at 09:04 AM

If I cheat, I usually feel like crap for three days. My body cries out against the non-paleo food and makes me pay for it.

I have found that it just isn't worth it.

I might cheat on once in a life time eats (e.g. pizza in Italy, world's best BBQ, a pastry in France) ... but I'm yet to endeavor to travel to such places.

To each his/her own I guess.

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on June 03, 2011
at 07:23 AM

Two words: PUMPKIN ICECREAM!

And I don't need any other reason to cheat with it other than it being around. It is my kryptonite!

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B1fcaceba952861d0324bdb291edbbe0

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on June 03, 2011
at 09:01 AM

Wow ... I don't like ice cream ... but that looks really good ...

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on June 03, 2011
at 09:13 AM

Yes Allie, it is painfully good in every sense of the word!

61b801de5dc345b557cd4623d4a4f26b

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on June 03, 2011
at 01:39 PM

Wow, looks tasty! Is that homemade? Do you have a recipe?

Af1d286f0fd5c3949f59b4edf4d892f5

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on June 03, 2011
at 03:45 PM

Allie and Ali. You both think this looks super good, but I saw a big fat goose-egg next to Uggla's answer. I'm not big on ice cream either, but pumpkin ice cream is a unique answer, plus she put up a high quality pic of it. +1 from me.

98bf2ca7f8778c79cd3f6c962011cfdc

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on June 03, 2011
at 11:47 PM

A restaurant near me makes ginger cake with pumpkin ice cream and caramel sauce and it definitely does me in every time I go there. I don't order but always eat some of the other person's so that's not an official cheat right?

8b982d4beccca9fcb85affe8d4bd4ff2

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on June 03, 2011
at 02:14 PM

Word! http://www.elizadomestica.com/2009/11/09/pumpkin-spice-ice-cream-recipe/

8b982d4beccca9fcb85affe8d4bd4ff2

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on June 03, 2011
at 04:52 PM

I really love just about everything pumpkin, I am a bit pumpkin crazy. But nothing beats the icecream!

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on July 30, 2011
at 04:53 AM

wow that just made me want ice cream for the first time in months. ..I'm going to make my own with coconut milk and no sugar!

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on September 04, 2011
at 09:57 PM

There are some really good paleo ice cream recipes out there, its like cheating, but not! I myself have made the pumpkin and its quite yummy!

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on September 03, 2011
at 10:30 PM

Tex-Mex

Chips 'n queso. Enchiladas. Flautas. Home made corn tortillas hot off the griddle with butter. Refried pinto beans. Yellow Mexican Beer with lime.

Can. Not. Resist.

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on June 03, 2011
at 09:11 PM

If i had a dinner at The French Laundry :) I would cheat. But i dont live in USA and i dont have money for 400 usd dinners ;)

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on June 03, 2011
at 11:44 PM

I'm lucky enough to have eaten there and I think it was even more than that. Thankfully I wasn't paying the bill, lol. It was a grand cheat and TOTALLY worth it.

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on June 03, 2011
at 08:51 AM

I hope I don't get your question wrong.

The most likely circumstances driving me to cheat are definitely lack of sleep, hunger and having a hangover. They are all pretty dangerous on their own but it gets even worse when they are combined together. Be aware of them and try to avoid them as often as possible :)

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on June 03, 2011
at 10:59 AM

Unfortunately YES. Having cheated once makes it generally more likely to cheat again. For example if I had a cebab I would definitley like to have ice cream too.

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on June 03, 2011
at 10:23 AM

wouldnt a hangover imply a cheat has already occured?? :D

61b801de5dc345b557cd4623d4a4f26b

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on June 03, 2011
at 01:40 PM

Yes, cheats cause me to cheat even more.

535fafe8afe6923870905c707c4f4454

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on June 03, 2011
at 10:06 PM

definetly! So easy to justify another cheat once uve cheated once!

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on June 03, 2011
at 09:54 PM

Two things for me: hormonal/stress issues, and being too busy. Someone on here once said that paleo has nothing to do with willpower, and everything to do with planning. The latter (too busy) issue definitely interferes with my ability to plan.

As for the former, when I occasionally indulge in an emotional cheat, I have a logical hierarchy in place. First, I make sure I truly want what it is I'm cheating with. Sometimes I'll try to talk myself into something more paleo-approved, and find myself still craving the thing I actually wanted afterwards. For example: sour cream and onion Lay's. I think, hey, I've got this bag of organic, palm-oil fried sweet potato chips, I'll just have some of those. But by the time I'm done, I'm still dying for the Lay's so I eat them TOO and now I've lost even more :P

Second, I avoid gluten at all costs (have not [knowingly] had gluten in 8+ months) and will usually go for some kind of high quality starch/sugar bomb, like Pamela's relatively low sugar, gluten free (but real butter and eggs) shortbread cookies or coffee cake. My palate has changed so much that I can rarely eat a lot of anything. Oh, and I make sure to enjoy it, not feel guilty.

Being used to some intermittent fasting also helps get through tempting situations.

But when I'm properly managing stress, sleep, and planning, I rarely have major cravings.

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on June 03, 2011
at 04:41 PM

Yam fries when eating out. Easier to justify in my head because they're yams. It's a shame they're fried in crappy vegetable oils!

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on June 03, 2011
at 11:28 PM

and generally floured up too, as getting a good sweet potato fry is hard to do without it.

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on June 03, 2011
at 01:48 PM

If I am left on my own with a "cheat" food, it is hard to resist.

For instance, someone brought made-from-scratch cupcakes to work today and they bombarded me in the break room. Luckily, before I gave in and picked one up, a co-worker came in the break room. Just having another person present usually keeps me from divulging.

Most of my cheats are planned: a trip to Satchel's Pizza in Gainesville, FL (yum, deep dish!), BOGO sale on a favorite cheat item, ladies' night out for drinks. Except for the pizza, I still keep it grain free. My biggest cheat is sugar...

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on September 04, 2011
at 02:10 PM

I can just imagine the cupcakes provoking you with their lusciousness, good for you for not givine into their siren call.

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on November 18, 2011
at 10:48 PM

Since for many the word "cheat" is now synonymous with "consuming foods I like though they may not be good for me" (forbidden food), I propose an allied term, "paleo penance," for post-consumption contrition, shame, guilt. "Oh dear Lord, why did I fall prey to that devilish ____ (name of food)? I fall on my knees and declare Never Again."

Or, one could choose to replace "cheat" with, like, "reward." You still might feel "sick" after eating what you shouldn't have. But at least without having to add the "I was so bad in doing that" veneer. Unless one finds contrition-for-sinning really pleasurable, in which case, "cheat" may be the right word after all.

Me, I'm thinking I'll opt for "I had the yummiest ___ ever yesterday."

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on November 18, 2011
at 10:30 PM

Before I found Paleo, I had three rules. Don't fuck without a condom, don't drive around in an automobile without a seatbelt, and don't ride a bicycle without a helmet. I abideded by these rules pretty (very) well for the first 55 years of my life. Eating off the Paleo template is a habit even less desirable than the afore mentioned three. The damage done by violating the first three "rules" remain a probability until they become a reality.The penalty for violating a Paleo Rule, rather Paleo "Law", results for me in a day after , Neolithic food hangover simply not worth the momentary pleasure. And really, what neolithic food or worse,processed crap,can beat a third of a lb. of grass feed beef and an organic vegetable soup.Food as nutrition YES/ Food as pleasure YES/food as entertainment NO. Life is too short to waste it on some form of indigestion/malnurishment.

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on September 04, 2011
at 08:44 PM

I tried mochi ice cream for the first time a couple weeks ago. For someone as tactile as me, it was heaven -- a chewy, soft, pillow-y gooey mochi shell, with cold, sweet, creamy strawberry ice cream in the middle. My mouth loved it, but my stomach hated it. It's a struggle to stay out of the rest of the box, as my partner is taking his leisurely time to finish it off.

Also, thick, fluffy white buttercream frosting gets me every time. I don't care one iota for chocolate icing, but put creamy vanilla in front of me and I'm a goner. Fortunately, I rarely have to face it. However, for my birthday, my fella got me a cookie cake slice with extra buttercream. I ate a few bites of the frosting and passed the cake off to him. It was a nice, once-a-year treat. :)

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on September 04, 2011
at 06:45 PM

Craft beer. I won't drink cheap fizzy nonsense (which ironically is probably "better" Paleo-wise), but craft beer is sort of a hobby of mine so I drink some a few times a week. I'm trying to cut down though to once a week.

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on September 04, 2011
at 06:00 PM

Chinese food, both authentic and American style. Dumplings, fried rice with Chinese sausage, noodles and most especially Sichuan food, so hot you get an endorphin rush from eating it, plus I've always had a special relationship with Singapore Mei Fun. I still make Kung Pao chicken at home, lord help me, which has soy, honey, sesame oil, and shaoxing cooking wine. I make it with almonds instead of peanuts though.

I've been dreaming about Dim Sum for days. :(

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on September 04, 2011
at 01:21 PM

ice cream in the summertime!

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on September 03, 2011
at 11:41 PM

For me its beer. I have season tix to the Seahawks, and go to a lot of Mariners, Huskies, and Sounders games. When not at the game I stick to wine or whiskey, but beer is just right at a sporting event.

since going paleo I do tend to watch the game at home rather than head to the pub, which helps. I can drink wine, or not drink at all if I'm at home. But i just have to have a beer at the game.

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on September 03, 2011
at 10:23 PM

Beer is definitely my vice. Then wine, and mead... pulque now, thanks to my travels. Good rum or mezcal, sweet champagne. Alcohol has definitely been the hardest thing for me to give up. I still eat raw and fermented dairy, fresh cheese, etc. and I drink coffee on a fairly regular basis.

Social events and special occasions, and perfect food in the perfect place while traveling are definitely the situations that drive me to make exceptions.

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on September 03, 2011
at 09:44 PM

My mom makes a blueberry pineapple dump cake that I always have to have a serving of.

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on June 03, 2011
at 04:46 PM

The Anti-Cheat: Realizing that paleo-approved food tastes 1000x better than anything on SAD. I guess the one thing I do sometimes cheat with is honey but very rarely. I almost never cheat with food. Beer is a different story. I haven't been in the situation yet but I don't think I'd be able to turn down a few pints of Guinness or a fresh microbrew.

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on June 03, 2011
at 04:44 PM

Malaysia. Hamee, laksa, chasiu, maifun.. DURIAN.

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on June 03, 2011
at 03:32 PM

My worst temptation is a locally owned amazing donut shop. They are incredibly good, and full of soy, sugar, wheat, and dairy. Despite the food allergies & leaky gut I am dealing with, I am sorely tempted to treat myself to a dozen (yes I said Dozen!) for my birthday. I haven't yet decided if they are worth wrecking all my progress for or not. I about lost it when my husband woke me up from a detailed dream where I was eating a donut from that shop. (Food fantasy dreams are the realm of dieters and people with food allergies. I have so many pathetic dreams where I go into a bakery or am out for a fancy dinner and I have say I can't eat those, I am allergic.) I dont count coffee (americano's) a couple times a week as a cheat. I count that as a full out necessity!

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on June 03, 2011
at 10:07 PM

Every time I watch the Simpsons, I want to eat a donut. You could mitigate the fructose load by walking to the shop and buying one or something like that. I've got a donut shop that is 2.5 miles away from where I live, so if I ever want one, I'm gonna have to walk there to earn it.

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on June 03, 2011
at 12:20 PM

Special occasions definitely. Also, ovulation makes me crave sweets. However, when I am out with other people at a birthday party or other celebration, I try to stick to paleo but if the cake looks good, I will have some. Otherwise, on my own, it's not so difficult.

Also, if someone offers me something I must eat, like if one of my students (whose Mom is an excellent baker) gives me cookies.

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on June 03, 2011
at 11:40 AM

The candy bars sold by people at work for their kids are my biggest offense. If I see a unique micro-brew at a bar I'll give it a try. Wing sauces are also cheats for me.

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on June 03, 2011
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Yum, I love hot wings. 8)

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on June 03, 2011
at 09:40 AM

I guess I regularly cheat with coffee. Then an occaisonal pieces of bitter chocolate at times. I will taste someones pizza, but never ever oder one when out.
For me, desert made at home with stevia and healthy ingredients is not a cheat. (??) Outside, my favorite desert cheat is mascarpone cream.......yummie fat cheese with egg yolks. Pity it has sugar.

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on November 18, 2011
at 09:41 PM

I had an iced coffee with 57 grams of sugar yesterday. Does that mean i'm not paleo any more? how long before i'm paleo again??

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