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post #41 of 64 Old 05-17-2011, 09:09 PM Thread Starter
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I used to be hooked on bread, but I intentionally broke that obsession because I was becoming a little rolie polie. ;) Crackers are my weak point as well... and cereal. Mmmhhh. My favorite studying food is crackers and cereal. :)

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post #42 of 64 Old 05-17-2011, 09:23 PM
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Po, you sound like me. I'm a bit of a carb *****, I would say that 85-90% of my diet is chock full of carbs.
Yep! The only meat I really like is ham, which I love. I don't like chicken, turkey, or beef really at all, so I don't eat it. I eat pasta. All the time.If for some reason I had to go on a no-carb diet, I would probably just curl up in a corner and starve.
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pizza and coca cola, that + horses my life is complete
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I do enjoy my meat as well, but it is usually sided with a large serving of bread like a hamburger with a thick bun. I have found that I thoroughly enjoy cajun ziti pasta with blackened chicken breast though.

This place is my favorite for cajun pasta: TGI Fridays.
Yummmmmmm

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If it makes you feel any better, it's been about a year since I was able to get to a Fridays to eat that. It's still my fave though.

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oh my... fridays is the best.. here in NY they have the best pasta with penne a la vodka sauce.... yum!!

I don't know if they still have it but I might go over there later tomorrow for some... *drool*
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post #48 of 64 Old 05-18-2011, 01:33 AM
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I forgot to add to my list of comfort food and I can't believe I forgot it:

Milk!

I love milk. If I get upset and end up getting a stomach ache over it, a glass of milk fixes it right up. And when I'm really sick, it's usually one of the only things I can keep down. Apparently dairy is supposed to make you more sick, or so I was told by the doctor when I had the flu a couple years ago and asked for milk when I was getting some fluids (very dehydrated). They gave me the strangest look about it. Haha.

I haz a sad because I just drank the last of my milk.
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Mmmm, milk. Po, I think you and I would get along great as far as eating preferences go . I generally go through 3-4 gallons a week just by myself. It's becoming almost as expensive as a crack habit though, milk here is like $4.29 a gallon.

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It's like $3.80 a gallon here, depending on where you buy it. Bf uses milk for his random little pasta dishes, but that's about it. I think I drank the two cartons we had in about a week and a half, but that's not including the milk I drank at work either. I know I drank half of one of those cartons in one day, then I ran out of Cinnamon Cheerios and had to get more.

At least I know if I ever find myself lost in Texas, I have someone I can eat with.
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