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what to eat?

Discussion in 'Health and Aging' started by KayTheCurler, Jan 5, 2019.

  1. Luce NDs

    Luce NDs Well-Known Member

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    Question! What to put in them for internal dressing ...
     
  2. Pinga

    Pinga Room for All

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    I fine that with food that I have made from scratch, it takes less to fill me. Not sure why that is.
     
  3. KayTheCurler

    KayTheCurler Well-Known Member

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    I have wondered about that too. Maybe, when we make poor food choices, our bodies are saying 'eat more, you haven't given me enough nutrition yet'.
     
  4. Jae

    Jae Well-Known Member

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    Big food has been designed by food scientists to be filling only for a short time. That way, you want more soon enough and they ever increase their profits.
     
  5. Luce NDs

    Luce NDs Well-Known Member

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    Thus piggies ...
     
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  6. Carolla

    Carolla wondering & wandering

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    Oh interesting - I didn't know Loblaws had bought out T&T! There's a huge T&T in my area - but I haven't been there for many years - it's like being in another country without leaving home!!
     
  7. Carolla

    Carolla wondering & wandering

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    Our dtr sent an interesting book for Xmas - "Salt Fat Acid Heat - Mastering the elemenets of good cooking" by Samin Nosrat. It's pretty interesting! Nice hand-drawn illustrations & excellent information - a good book for Canadian Winter Reading. Maybe local libraries would carry it? You know those times when a recipe just doesn't seem quite right and you're not sure why or what to add? This helps us to understand that ... and lots of other things!!

    And as I looked for a link to the book - I discovered (for you netflix folks!) there's also a TV series by this author that looks fascinating - The Simple, Revolutionary Joys of ‘Salt Fat Acid Heat’ (Column)
     
  8. Luce NDs

    Luce NDs Well-Known Member

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    Salt works in the relations of saponification of fatty acids ... acrylics really!
     

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