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30-10-2012, 09:09 PM

Food addictions

Are you enjoying something, perhaps a little too often right now?

Me? Honey!
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30-10-2012, 09:20 PM
Cheese!

I've always liked cheese, but i think right now it's becoming a problem. I went to the fridge a couple of weeks ago, and managed to count 10 different cheeses in there.

My name's Emma, and I'm addicted to cheese.
There - I said it
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30-10-2012, 09:23 PM
Chocolate ;-( Maybe should change to yoghurt and get the healthy eating back on track !
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30-10-2012, 09:27 PM
Im on a health kick.

Carrot Cake.
Chocolate Orange.
Banana Cake.
Fruit and nut chocolate.

All highlighted are one of your five a day!!
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30-10-2012, 09:30 PM
Loving your slant on healthy eating.
I must be getting real strong bones (that's my upside I guess)

Em x
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30-10-2012, 09:36 PM
Originally Posted by CuteRotts View Post
Loving your slant on healthy eating.
I must be getting real strong bones (that's my upside I guess)

Em x
Calcium in cheese, its a must for good health.
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30-10-2012, 09:36 PM
Originally Posted by CuteRotts View Post
Cheese!

I've always liked cheese, but i think right now it's becoming a problem. I went to the fridge a couple of weeks ago, and managed to count 10 different cheeses in there.

My name's Emma, and I'm addicted to cheese.
There - I said it
Do you know what? That's my second addiction! I have found a really nice organic goats cheese in Waitrose... they had it on offer a couple of weeks ago and I bought about 10 tubs (They are only small mind )

I've been eating them with... chestnut crispbread, zomg it's a match made in heaven. (Chestnut crispbread is gluten free hence I can have it)

Originally Posted by Blonderosie View Post
Chocolate ;-( Maybe should change to yoghurt and get the healthy eating back on track !
I know you were talking to Emma, but yoghurt is my third! It's St Helen's Goats milk yoghurt. I put some blueberries in the bottom of a glass, top it up with yoghurt add some chopped hazelnuts, and sprinkle on some chia seeds and some cherry concentrate. Yum

Originally Posted by Borderdawn View Post
Im on a health kick.

Carrot Cake.
Chocolate Orange.
Banana Cake.
Fruit and nut chocolate.

All highlighted are one of your five a day!!
Dawn you nutter!
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30-10-2012, 09:43 PM
Nuts almonds/wallnuts/brazils ..
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30-10-2012, 09:45 PM
Originally Posted by Minihaha View Post
Nuts almonds/wallnuts/brazils ..
I've gone off nuts Mini - they were my addiction earlier this year

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30-10-2012, 10:13 PM
What's that then? Home-made peanut butter (guessing)?
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