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    Posted: 17 May 2012 at 10:15
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Pissaladiere that I made yesterday:


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How about some liquid food


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From a recent trip to a Polish restaurant.


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This is a "Cherry-Michael" (recipe from my grandma/Southern Germany, made of cherries, almonds and rusk) which I prepared yesterday evening - the last for this season.

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A lot of food:"


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Fruits, nuts, and seeds for breakfast:




I think this was the last time I ate meat.
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French Fries
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Post Options Post Options   Quote brettania Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 29 August 2012 at 17:28
@ Serdar and Chris

I would join you both.
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Originally posted by brettania brettania wrote:

@ Serdar and Chris

I would join you both.

How about joining for lunch?
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Post Options Post Options   Quote pegelli Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 29 August 2012 at 20:23
Looks yummie guys, can I join too?

Allthough, I'm also a great egg lover, especially if you get two yolks in one shell

In a glass bowl:


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Eggs are also casualties of my diet .
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I hope all of you who post here regularly realize that this thread is not so useful for someone who wants to loose weight?   

@Serdar A: your diet looks like mine except for the sweets and baked goods. Good for you, you have my support for not eating meat. I have never liked it but completely quit eating it two years ago for ethical reasons. Just two weeks ago my husband decided to quit eating meat as well for the same reasons. Everybody who knew him was shocked to hear this because he enjoyed eating it but he is firm so far and claims that he doesn't miss it at all. We will see what will future bring.

@pegelli: "In a glass bowl": looks like Siamese twins or two lovers unable to separate from each other.
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Originally posted by svjetlana svjetlana wrote:


@Serdar A: your diet looks like mine except for the sweets and baked goods. Good for you, you have my support for not eating meat. I have never liked it but completely quit eating it two years ago for ethical reasons. Just two weeks ago my husband decided to quit eating meat as well for the same reasons. Everybody who knew him was shocked to hear this because he enjoyed eating it but he is firm so far and claims that he doesn't miss it at all. We will see what will future bring.



svjetlana, you must have missed Serdar's earlier post of the Memorial Day grill, looks like a bunch of steaks on the barbie
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