Your Food Weaknesses

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  1. GipsyQueen

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    How could I forget!!! Frozen grapes!! nom nom nom. Frozen Grapes are the absolute best!
     
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    RedHotDobe aka RedHotBabe

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    I thought of my one huge weakness... Ramen. Not the dehydrated packaged store-bought ramen, real ramen. I love it. I don't think Adam finds it amusing that I ask to go get it all. the. time. :p
     
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    Whoever mentioned pico de gallo, I'm with you. Every time I buy some I end up eating the whole container. Unfortunately my chopping skills suck so I wouldn't know how to make it.
     
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    Oh frozen grapes/strawberries/melons. Omnomnomnom
    And cheese. Oh god the cheese.
     
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    Cheese and chocolate croissants
    mexican food, especially nachos and burritos
    chewy fudgey brownies with chocolate ganache
    dried mango
     
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    Ever tried the Mexican version, dried with hot chili? AMAZING!
     
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    Blueberries with almond butter. Apple chips. Fried zucchini.
     
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    PlottMom The Littlest Hound

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    I feel so sad. Lol
     
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    Laurelin I'm All Ears

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    Nachos and guacamole recently.

    I go through sweet potato phases too.
     
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    Laurelin I'm All Ears

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    Oh and chinese food. I could live off of Chinese food. I know it has so much sodium and is not good for me. But I could eat chinese every meal and not get tired of it.

    Or substitute that with Japanese food. Either one is fantastic.

    Or Thai. Okay, Asian food in general.
     
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    Meat cooked with minimum ingredients, bread and alcohol to go with it followed by a great desert and a smoke.
     
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    CharlieDog Rude and Not Ginger

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    If we're talking about stuff that disappears as soon as it gets in the door... Then feta cheese in a half of a pita. Heat them both up so the cheese is melty and the pita is warm. OMFG. I could eat that every day.

    I have a lot of apple Toaster Strudels too. Those never last long around here. We'll see if I ever get around to going Paleo though. :p
     
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    Oh god yes.
     
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    Creole style coffee with heavy cream and demerara sugar.
     
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    Cheese.
    Avocados.
    Beer. Snobby beer. Craft beer.
    Ice Cream. Oh god ice cream.
     
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    RD Are you dead yet?

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    Wendy's burgers. grease and more grease...

    Also whipped cream and berries.

    I can't seem to kick grains out of my diet, either. :(
     
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    Is tequila a food? :p
     

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