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PostPosted: Fri Jun 23, 2006 11:06 am 
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Corn. And just about anything made with corn. Corn chips, polenta, corn on the cob, cream of corn soup, corn fritters, corn bread.

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Corn hole?
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 23, 2006 6:05 pm 
Corns a great one because you can just wash it and use it again after you eat it :pottytrain4:


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natural peanut butter by the spoonful or on toast, all hot and gooey

chopped avocado w/lime, sea salt, cayenne

thai young coconut

my all-time favorite smoothie: thai coconut (water and the flesh), frozen pineapple, banana, spoon of coconut butter

2c frozen pineapple + 1 frozen banana, whipped up in a food processor...HEAVEN!!


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I adore oatmeal mixed with a banana, cinnamon and pb. I eat it every morning and it's my favorite meal of the day.

I also love mangoes. And pineapple and asian pears.

I'm not a huge junkfood person, but once in awhile flax/soy tortilla chips with refried beans is wonderful.


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I munch on bananas and cucumbers. But I'm weird.

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veganpotter wrote:
Corns a great one because you can just wash it and use it again after you eat it :pottytrain4:



8) :lol: :lol: :lol: 8)

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Corn. And just about anything made with corn. Corn chips, polenta, corn on the cob, cream of corn soup, corn fritters, corn bread.


...Corn Syrup, High Fructose Corn Syrup...;)


I don't eat much junk food at all anymore, though I have been trying a couple of vegan treats every now and again, more just to see if I'd recommend them to other people though. An organic food store by me carries these Rice krispy treats (though made with brown rice and natural peanut butter) which I liked, but I don't eat much.

I'm with BigBwii & Will though. If you cut my arm open with a knife, Citrus Juice would probably bleed out. I simply can't get enough.

But other than that there's lentils, kiwi, natural peanut butter, almonds, apples, berries (with the exception of raspberries).


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 26, 2006 1:27 pm 
I like to make deep fried funnel cakes...meaning I guy vegan funnel cakes already cooked then I deep fry them again...then I like to pickle the funnel cakes in High Fructose Corn Syrup for atleast a week...yum yum...and when I'm not on a diet I buy the cheapest vegan hydrogenated spread I can and dip the funnel cake in like I were dipping fries in katchup


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I really enjoy fresh, raw, preferably organic/wild & local berries and dark leafy greens. I usually eat lots of bars like Vega, Organic Food Bar - Active Greens, Clif & Builders. Favorite "ethnic" foods are (usually) Thai & Ethiopian.


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